Karleen Jones West
Karleen Jones West
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations, SUNY Geneseo
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Alone or together? How institutions affect party entry in presidential elections in Europe and South America
JJ Spoon, KJ West
Party Politics 21 (3), 393-403, 2015
Indigenous belief systems, science, and resource extraction: climate change attitudes in Ecuador
TA Eisenstadt, KJ West
Global Environmental Politics 17 (1), 40-58, 2017
Who speaks for nature?: indigenous movements, public opinion, and the petro-state in Ecuador
TA Eisenstadt, KJ West
Oxford University Press, 2019
Public opinion, vulnerability, and living with extraction on ecuador's oil frontier: where the debate between development and environmentalism gets personal
TA Eisenstadt, K Jones West
Comparative Politics 49 (2), 231-251, 2017
Veto players revisited: Internal and external factors influencing policy production
KJ West, H Lee
Legislative Studies Quarterly 39 (2), 227-260, 2014
Credibility versus competition: the impact of party size on decisions to enter presidential elections in South America and Europe
KJ West, JJ Spoon
Comparative Political Studies 46 (4), 513-539, 2013
Bottoms up: How subnational elections predict parties’ decisions to run in presidential elections in Europe and Latin America
JJ Spoon, KJ West
Research & Politics 2 (3), 2053168015602039, 2015
Coordination and presidential coattails: do parties’ presidential entry strategies affect legislative vote share?
KJ West, JJ Spoon
Party Politics 23 (5), 578-588, 2017
Decentralization, the Inclusion of Ethnic Citizens, and Support for Democracy in Latin America
KJ West
Latin American Research Review 50 (3), 46 - 70, 2015
Programmatic or personalistic? Pachakutik strategies in Ecuador's 2006 elections
KJ West
The Latin Americanist 55 (1), 49-68, 2011
The Effects of Decentralization on Minority Inclusion and Democratic Values in Latin America
K West
Americas Barometer Small Grants and Data Awards Recipients, 2011
Candidate Matters: A Study of Ethnic Parties, Campaigns, and Elections in Latin America
KJ West
Oxford University Press, 2020
Where the Debate between Development and Environmentalism Gets Personal: Public Opinion, Vulnerability, and Living with Extraction on Ecuador’s Oil Frontier
T Eisenstadt, KJ West
Comparative Politics (forthcoming), 2017
Environmental Attitudes in a Climate-Vulnerable State: Rainforests, Oil, and Political Competition along Ecuador’s Extractive Frontier
TA Eisenstadt, K West
Working Paper, 2014
Limits to Decolonization: Indigeneity, Territory, and Hydrocarbon Politics in the Bolivian Chaco. By Penelope Anthias. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2018. 312p. 27.95 …
KJ West
Perspectives on Politics 18 (3), 962-963, 2020
Small versus Statewide Parties: How Subnational Contestation and Decentralisation Influence Presidential Elections in Europe and Latin America
JJ Spoon, KJ West
Political Studies Review 18 (1), 145-159, 2020
GEP Food Sustainability Reflection
K West
Food Sustainability Across Disciplines Curriculum
K West, S Yang
Soil Not Oil discussion (Activity)
K West
Food Systems and Climate Change mini-lecture
K West
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