Paul Schuler
Paul Schuler
Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
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Nodding or needling: Analyzing delegate responsiveness in an authoritarian parliament
E Malesky, P Schuler
American political science review, 482-502, 2010
The adverse effects of sunshine: a field experiment on legislative transparency in an authoritarian assembly
E Malesky, P Schuler, A Tran
American political science Review, 762-786, 2012
The single‐party dictator's dilemma: Information in elections without opposition
E Malesky, P Schuler
Legislative Studies Quarterly 36 (4), 491-530, 2011
Paint-by-numbers democracy: the stakes, structure, and results of the 2007 Vietnamese national assembly election
E Malesky, P Schuler
Journal of Vietnamese Studies 4 (1), 1-48, 2009
2012 Vietnam poverty assessment: well begun, not yet done-Vietnam's remarkable progress on poverty reduction and the emerging challenges
R Badiani, B Baulch, L Brandt, VH Dat, NT Giang, J Gibson, J Giles, ...
The World Bank, 2013
Authoritarian legislatures
P Schuler, EJ Malesky
The Oxford handbook of legislative studies, 2014
Why do Single-Party Regimes Hold Elections? An Analysis of Candidate Data in Vietnam’s 2007 National Assembly Contest
E Malesky, P Schuler
APSA Annual Meeting, Boston, MA 28, 2008
Position taking or position ducking? A theory of public debate in single-party legislatures
P Schuler
Comparative Political Studies 53 (9), 1493-1524, 2020
Vietnam: Familiar patterns and new developments ahead of the 11th party congress
E Malesky, P Schuler, A Tran
Southeast Asian Affairs, 339-363, 2011
Star Search: Do Elections Help Nondemocratic Regimes Identify New Leaders?
E Malesky, P Schuler
Journal of East Asian Studies 13 (1), 35-68, 2013
Keeping your head down: Public profiles and promotion under autocracy
DD Gueorguiev, PJ Schuler
Journal of East Asian Studies 16 (1), 87-116, 2016
Triple duel: The impact of coalition fragmentation and three-corner fights on the 2018 Malaysian election
K Ostwald, P Schuler, JM Chong
Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 37 (3), 31-55, 2018
Testing the “China Model” of Meritocratic Promotions: Do Democracies Reward Less Competent Ministers than Autocracies?
DS Lee, P Schuler
Comparative Political Studies 53 (3-4), 531-566, 2020
Delayed transition: The end of consensus leadership in Vietnam?
P Schuler, K Ostwald
ISEAS Perspective 2, 2016
Risk and reward: The differential impact of authoritarian elections on regime decay and breakdown
PJ Schuler, DD Gueorguiev, F Cantu
Available at SSRN 1718056, 2013
Rematch: Islamic politics, mobilisation, and the Indonesian presidential election
D Gueorguiev, K Ostwald, P Schuler
Political Science 70 (3), 240-252, 2018
Leadership reshuffle and the future of Vietnam’s collective leadership
P Schuler, M Truong
ISEAS Perspective, 2019
Myanmar's Landmark Election: Unresolved Questions
K Ostwald, P Schuler
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2015
Single-party incumbency advantage in Vietnam: A conjoint survey analysis of public electoral support
E Malesky, P Schuler
Journal of East Asian Studies 20 (1), 25-52, 2020
Female autocrats as role models? The effect of female leaders on political knowledge and engagement in Vietnam
P Schuler
The Journal of Politics 81 (4), 1546-1550, 2019
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