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Ora John Reuter

Assistant Professor
 Bolton Hall 670

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Website: http://ojreuter.com/

Degrees

PhD, Emory University (Political Science)
MA, Emory University (Political Science)
BA, The University of the South – Sewanee (Political Science and Russian)

Research Interests

Comparative politics; comparative political institutions; comparative political economy; elections, democratization; political parties; bureaucracy; authoritarian regimes; Russia and the former Soviet Union.

Selected Publications

Reuter, Ora John E., and Buckley, Noah. “Patrons, Clients, and Technorats: A Study of the Effects of Regime Type on Bureaucratic Appointment Strategies.” to be submitted to Public Choice.
Reuter, Ora John E., Robertson, Graeme, and . Getting the Opposition Together: Protest Coordination in Putin’s Russia. .
Frye, Timothy, Reuter, Ora John E., and Szakonyi, David. Political machines at Work: Voter Mobilization and Electoral Subversion in the Modern Workplace. .
Reuter, Ora John E. The Origins of Dominant Parties: Building Authoritarian Institutions in Post-Soviet Russia. Cambridge University Press, .
Reuter, Ora John E., and Robertson, Graeme. “Legislatures, Cooptation, and Social Protest in Contemporary Authoritarian Regimes.” Journal of Politics 77.1 .
Reuter, Ora John E. The Evolution of Elite Clientelism in Russia’s Regions. .
Reuter, Ora John E., Buckley, Noah, Garifullina, Guzel, and Shubenkova, Alexandra. “Why Authoritarian Elections? An Elite-Based Theory with Evidence from Russian May- oral Elections’.” Comparative Political Studies.
Reuter, Ora John E. “Russia: A ‘Normal’ Autocracy.” Post-Soviet Affairs.
Reuter, Ora John E., ed. Voter Turnout and Political Change under Autocracy. .
Frye, Timothy, Reuter, Ora John E., and Szakonyi, David. “\Hitting Them with Carrots: Vote Buying and Voter Coercion in Russia’.” TBD.
Reuter, Ora John E. Review of Moscow in Movement, by Samuel Greene. October. Russian Review, 2015.
Reuter, Ora John E., and Szakonyi, David. “Online Social Media and Political Awareness in Authoritarian Regimes.” British Journal of Political Science 45.1 (2015).
Buckley, Noah, Frye, Timothy, Garifullina, Guzel, and Reuter, Ora John E. “The Political Economy of Russian Gubernatorial Election and Appointment.” Europe-Asia Studies 66.8 (2014): 1213-1233.
Frye, Timothy, Reuter, Ora John E., and Szakonyi, David. “Political Machines at Work: Voter Mobilization and Electoral Subversion in the Workplace.” World Politics 66.2 (2014): 195-228.
Buckley, Noah, Garifullina, Guzel, Reuter, Ora John E., and Shubenkova, Alexandra. “Elections, Appointments, and Human Capital: The Case of Russian Mayors.” Demokratizatsiya 22.1 (2014).
Frye, Timothy, Reuter, Ora John E., and Szakonyi, David. “Political Machines at Work: Voter Mobilization and Electoral Subversion in the Workplace.” World Politics 66.2 (2014).
Reuter, Ora John E., and Turovsky, Rostislav. “Dominant party rule and legislative leadership in authoritarian regimes.” Party Politics 20.5 (2014): 663-674.
Reuter, Ora John E. “Regional patrons and hegemonic party electoral performance in Russia.” Post-Soviet Affairs 29.2 (2013): 101-135.
Reuter, Ora John E., and Robertson, Graeme B. “Subnational Appointments in Authoritarian Regimes: Evidence from Russian Gubernatorial Appointments.” The Journal of Politics 74.4 (2012): 1023-1037.