Michael Colaresi

Affiliations: 
Political Science Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Area:
General, International Relations
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Park B, Greene K, Colaresi M. (2020) How to teach machines to read human rights reports and identify judgments at scale Journal of Human Rights. 19: 99-116
Park B, Greene K, Colaresi M. (2020) Human Rights are (Increasingly) Plural: Learning the Changing Taxonomy of Human Rights from Large-scale Text Reveals Information Effects American Political Science Review. 114: 888-910
Greene KT, Park B, Colaresi M. (2019) Machine Learning Human Rights and Wrongs: How the Successes and Failures of Supervised Learning Algorithms Can Inform the Debate About Information Effects Political Analysis. 27: 223-230
Jentzsch C, Kalyvas SN, Schubiger LI, et al. (2015) Governments, Informal Links to Militias, and Accountability Journal of Conflict Resolution. 59: 850-876
Carey SC, Colaresi MP, Mitchell NJ. (2015) Risk Mitigation, Regime Security, and Militias: Beyond Coup-proofing International Studies Quarterly
Colaresi M. (2014) With friends like these, who needs democracy? The effect of transnational support from rivals on post-conflict democratization Journal of Peace Research. 51: 65-79
Park J, Colaresi M. (2014) Safe Across the Border: The Continued Significance of the Democratic Peace When Controlling for Stable Borders International Studies Quarterly. 58: 118-125
Colaresi M. (2012) A Boom with Review: How Retrospective Oversight Increases the Foreign Policy Ability of Democracies American Journal of Political Science. 56: 671-689
Quinn KM, Monroe BL, Colaresi M, et al. (2010) How to analyze political attention with minimal assumptions and costs American Journal of Political Science. 54: 209-228
Brandt PT, Colaresi M, Freeman JR. (2008) The dynamics of reciprocity, accountability, and credibility Journal of Conflict Resolution. 52: 343-374
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