Publications

Spoon, Jae-Jae, Sara B. Hobolt and Catherine E. de Vries.  2014. “Going Green:  Explaining Issue Competition on the Environment.” European Journal of Political Research. 53.2:  363-380

 

Spoon, Jae-Jae. 2011. Political Survival of Small Parties in Europe.  2011.  New Comparative Politics Series.  University of Michigan Press.   [Paperback published January 2015.]

 

 

Social Movements and World-System Transformation (forthcoming, Routledge 2017; co-editor).

 

Human Rights: Politics and Practice (Oxford 2016; editor).

 

“Recent Works on Dignity and Human Rights: A Road Not Taken,” Perspectives on Politics 12.4 (2014): 846-56.

 

“Accountable International Relations,” in The Oxford Handbook of Public Accountability, Mark Bovins, Robert Goodin, and Thomas Schillemans, eds.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.

 

“Human Rights and the Politics of Contestation,” in Human Rights at the Crossroads, Mark Goodale, ed.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Comparative Governance: Rediscovering the Functional Dimension of Governing (Cambridge University Press, 2016).  With Jon Pierre

 

Contemporary Approaches to Public Policy (Macmillan, 2016), with Philippe Zittoun

 

An Advanced Introduction to Public Policy (Edward Elgar, 2015)

 

“Two Roads to nowhere”, Governance 2016, with Jon Pierre

 

 “Screening out Risk: IGOs, Member State Selection and Interstate Conflict,” with Shawna Metzger and Bruce Russett. 2015. International Studies Quarterly 59(2).

Are Politics Local? The Two Dimensions of Party Nationalization around the World (Cambridge University Press; forthcoming) Chapter 1 Available (DOC)

Reforming Communism: Cuba in Comparative Perspectives
University of PIttsburgh Press

Reforming Communism: Cuba in Comparative Perspective: (University of Pittsburgh Press, forthcoming)
Introduction Available Here

2006. Anatomy of the PRIMexico DF: Random House-Mondadori. 2006 (coauthored with Héctor Zagal).

 

Magar, Eric, Alejandro Trelles, Micah Altman and Michael McDonald. 2017. “Components of partisan bias originating from single-member districts in multi-party systems: An application to Mexico.” Political Geography. 57, 1-12.