Dr. Noah Buckley
Assistant Professor, Political Science
Publications and Further Research Outputs
Buckley, Noah and Tucker, Joshua A, Staring at the West through Kremlin-tinted glasses: Russian mass and elite divergence in attitudes toward the United States, European Union, and Ukraine before and after Crimea, Post-Soviet Affairs, 35, (5-6), 2019
Buckley, Noah and Reuter, Ora John, Performance Incentives under Autocracy: Evidence from Russia's Regions, Comparative Politics, 51, (2), 2019
Reuter, Ora John and Buckley, Noah and Shubenkova, Alexandra and Garifullina, Guzel, Local elections in authoritarian regimes: An elite-based theory with evidence from Russian mayoral elections, Comparative political studies, 49, (5), 2016
Buckley, Noah and Frye, Timothy and Gehlbach, Scott and McCarthy, Lauren A, Cooperating with the state: Evidence from survey experiments on policing, Journal of Experimental Political Science, 3, (2), 2016
Buckley, Noah and Garifullina, Guzel and Reuter, Ora John and Shubenkova, Alexandra, Elections, Appointments, and Human Capital: The Case of Russian Mayors, Demokratizatsiya, 22, (1), 2014
Buckley, Noah and Frye, Timothy and Garifullina, Guzel and Reuter, Ora John, The political economy of Russian gubernatorial election and appointment, Europe-Asia Studies, 66, (8), 2014
Buckley, Noah, Calculating Corruption: Political Competition and Bribery under Authoritarianism, 2017
DescriptionMy research interests include authoritarian politics and political economy, Russia and the post-communist world, corruption, and political methodology. Current research projects focus on the use of large, innovative datasets including public opinion data and MRP, novel search engine data, and deep biographical data on elites to examine authoritarian popularity, arrests of authoritarian elites, and how loyalty works within networks in authoritarian cadres. Keywords: comparative politics; authoritarian politics; corruption; political methodology and experimental methods; Russian and post-communist politics; political economy; transitions to democracy and capitalism; bureaucracy; policing.
Journal reviewer for APSR, AJPS, JOP, BJPS, Comparative Politics, Problems of Post-Communism, Governance, Democratization, Europe-Asia Studies.
Serving on conference coordinating and organizing committee for an upcoming conference on political economy, to be held (online, due to COVID-19) in June in Moscow, Russia. The conference includes a number of invited keynote speakers and presenters from a large number of countries.
American Political Science Association
European Political Science Association
Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies
British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies