The Institute's longstanding, peer-reviewed Working Paper Series provides a vehicle for Kellogg faculty fellows, visiting fellows, distinguished research affiliate, and guest scholars to rapidly disseminate their research. They are free to subsequently publish the work in books or journals. The Institute publishes about 10 papers a year in their original languages, with abstracts in English and Spanish or Portuguese. Most papers are available for download free of charge. Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo serves as series editor.
For questions regarding the series, please contact Editorial Manager Elizabeth Rankin.
Recently Published Working Papers
"Islam, Christianity, and Attitudes Toward Women's Political Equality: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa"
Kristin Michelitch and Keith R. Weghorst
"The Time Inconsistency of Long Constitutions: Evidence from the World"
"Resilience and Change: The Party System in Redemocratized Chile"
J. Samuel Valenzuela, Nicolás M. Somma, and Timothy R. Scully, CSC
"Proleptic Protest: Local Resistance to New Extractive Projects in Ecuador"
Thea N. Riofrancos
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Papers can be viewed by author, by Kellogg research themes, by regions of the world, and date of publication. There is also a search box in the upper right hand corner of the page to facilitate more specific searches. Please note that the papers were works-in-progress at the time of posting, and author information was current as of publication date.