Where US Foreign Aid Goes
Via Chris Blattman, an eye-catching graph (data for 2004-2008).
Welcome to the political science papers blog, which seeks to serve as a rough-and-ready guide to political science papers which are likely to have some appeal to a general audience (as measured by the editor's idiosyncratic notions of 'appeal').
As currently constituted, the blog will post entries consisting of the abstracts of the papers, bibliographic details, and, where available, links to the papers in question. Where the editor has something additional to say about the paper, and time to say it, he'll include this too.
The editor by no means agrees with the arguments of all the papers linked to (even in those vanishingly rare instances where he is professionally capable of evaluating their merits). He merely suggests that they're interesting.
To submit papers for consideration, send the details (including URL, cut-and-pastable abstract and bibliographic details please) to henry at the domain name henryfarrell with the suffix .net. If the paper is available outside a journal's paywall, this is obviously likely to make non-academics more likely to read and download it.
People using papers linked to from this site should be aware that many of them are drafts and works in progress; e.g. journalists certainly shouldn't cite them as expressing the author(s)' views without checking with the author first.
For François Briatte's similar (and very useful) French political science papers blog, see here>
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