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Dan Slater
Dan Slater
Weiser Professor of Emerging Democracies, University of Michigan
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Ordering power: Contentious politics and authoritarian leviathans in Southeast Asia
D Slater
Cambridge University Press, 2010
10652010
Systemic vulnerability and the origins of developmental states: Northeast and Southeast Asia in comparative perspective
RF Doner, BK Ritchie, D Slater
International organization 59 (2), 327-361, 2005
8302005
Iron cage in an iron fist: Authoritarian institutions and the personalization of power in Malaysia
D Slater
Comparative Politics, 81-101, 2003
3792003
Informative regress: Critical antecedents in comparative politics
D Slater, E Simmons
Comparative Political Studies 43 (7), 886-917, 2010
2892010
Institutions of the offensive: Domestic sources of dispute initiation in authoritarian regimes, 1950–1992
B Lai, D Slater
American Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 113-126, 2006
2862006
Indonesia's accountability trap: Party cartels and presidential power after democratic transition
D Slater
Indonesia, 61-92, 2004
2832004
The enduring indispensability of the controlled comparison
D Slater, D Ziblatt
Comparative Political Studies 46 (10), 1301-1327, 2013
2562013
State power and staying power: Infrastructural mechanisms and authoritarian durability
D Slater, S Fenner
Journal of International Affairs, 15-29, 2011
1802011
The strength to concede: Ruling parties and democratization in developmental Asia
D Slater, J Wong
Perspectives on Politics 11 (3), 717-733, 2013
1602013
Revolutions, crackdowns, and quiescence: Communal elites and democratic mobilization in Southeast Asia
D Slater
American Journal of Sociology 115 (1), 203-254, 2009
1552009
Southeast Asia: strong-state democratization in Malaysia and Singapore
D Slater
Journal of democracy 23 (2), 19-33, 2012
1272012
Democratic careening
D Slater
World Politics 65 (4), 729-763, 2013
1152013
Coping by colluding: Political uncertainty and promiscuous powersharing in Indonesia and Bolivia
D Slater, E Simmons
Comparative Political Studies 46 (11), 1366-1393, 2013
1102013
Can Leviathan be democratic? Competitive elections, robust mass politics, and state infrastructural power
D Slater
Studies in Comparative International Development 43 (3), 252-272, 2008
1072008
Altering authoritarianism: Institutional complexity and autocratic agency in Indonesia
D Slater
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
842009
Southeast Asia in political science: Theory, region, and qualitative analysis
EM Kuhonta, D Slater, T Vu
Stanford University Press, 2008
842008
Economic origins of democratic breakdown? The redistributive model and the postcolonial state
D Slater, B Smith, G Nair
Perspectives on Politics 12 (2), 353-374, 2014
832014
Dead but not gone: Contemporary legacies of communism, imperialism, and authoritarianism
A Simpser, D Slater, J Wittenberg
Imperialism, and Authoritarianism (June 27, 2017), 2017
682017
Standoffish states: nonliterate leviathans in Southeast Asia
D Slater, D Kim
TRaNS: Trans-Regional and-National Studies of Southeast Asia 3 (1), 25-44, 2015
612015
Party cartelization, Indonesian-style: Presidential power-sharing and the contingency of democratic opposition
D Slater
Journal of East Asian Studies 18 (1), 23-46, 2018
492018
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