Research

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Driving Saints to Sin: How Increasing the Difficulty of Voting Dissuades Even the Most Motivated Voters
John E. McNulty, Conor M. Dowling, and Margaret H. Ariotti
Political Analysis
, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 435-455,2009.

Partisan Portfolio Allocation in African Democracies
Margaret H. Ariotti and Sona N. Golder
Comparative Political Studies, 
forthcoming.

Editor-Reviewed Articles

Election note: Burkina Faso’s 2015 Presidential and Legislative Elections
Margaret H. Ariotti
Electoral Studies, Vol. 44 (December), pp. 445-448

 

Other Publications

Improving the Interpretability and Research Transparency of Maps
Margaret Ariotti and Charles Crabtree
CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association, Spring 2016.

Can Burkina Faso — Africa’s most coup-prone state — become a stable democracy?
Margaret (Molly) Ariotti and Naunihal Singh
The Monkey Cage Blog, The Washington Post (September 21, 2015)

The fall of the Hegemon in Burkina Faso
Margaret (Molly) Ariotti
The Monkey Cage Blog, The Washington Post (November 4, 2014)

 

Working Paper

Foreign Aid and Judicial Independence
Joseph Wright, Simone Dietrich, and Molly Ariotti

 

Works in Progress

State Capacity and Public Goods Provision: Evidence from Burkina Faso
Margaret H. Ariotti

Ethnicity, Electoral Support, and Public Goods Provision in Francophone Africa
Margaret H. Ariotti

Public Spending and Government Type in Africa
Margaret H. Ariotti