Daniela Donno PhD, Yale University, 2008
Daniela Donno is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh. She received her Ph.D. from Yale University in 2008. Her research interests center on international organizations and norms, with a particular focus on the international influences on elections and human rights. Her book project, Defending Democratic Norms, explores how international actors can promote democracy in countries that hold flawed elections. Her research has been published in International Organization, World Politics and Comparative Political Studies.
Donno, Daniela. Forthcoming. "Elections and Democratization in Authoritarian Regimes." American Journal of Political Science
Donno, Daniela and Bruce Russett. 2004. "Islam, Authoritarianism and Female Empowerment: What are the Linkages?" World Politics 56(4): 582-607.
Donno, Daniela. Defending Democratic Norms: International Actors and the Politics of Electoral Misconduct. Book Manuscript: University of Pittsburgh.
Donno, Daniela. "Legalization and Leverage: Human Rights Conditionality in the European Union's Economic Partnerships" Working Paper: University of Pittsburgh.