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Amy H. Liu
Amy H. Liu
Associate Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin
E-mailová adresa ověřena na: austin.utexas.edu - Domovská stránka
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Standardizing diversity: The political economy of language regimes
AH Liu
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015
116*2015
Process-tracing research designs: a practical guide
JI Ricks, AH Liu
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (4), 842-846, 2018
722018
Lingua mercatoria: Language and foreign direct investment
M Kim, AH Liu, KL Tuxhorn, DS Brown, D Leblang
International Studies Quarterly 59 (2), 330-343, 2015
622015
Racial and ethnic disparities in COVID-19 outcomes: social determination of health
S Raine, A Liu, J Mintz, W Wahood, K Huntley, F Haffizulla
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (21), 8115, 2020
522020
Coalitions and language politics: Policy shifts in Southeast Asia
AH Liu, JI Ricks
World Politics 64 (3), 476-506, 2012
402012
Linguistic effects of political institutions
AH Liu
The Journal of Politics 73 (1), 125-139, 2011
392011
Challenges and opportunities for skills development in Asia: changing supply, demand, and mismatches
S Ra, B Chin, A Liu
Asian Development Bank, 2015
332015
The hanification of Xinjiang, China: the economic effects of the great leap west
AH Liu, K Peters
Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 17 (2), 265-280, 2017
312017
Nation-building, collective identity, and language choices: Between instrumental and value rationalities
W Safran, AH Liu
Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 18 (3), 269-292, 2012
272012
Linguistic origins of gender equality and women’s rights
AH Liu, S Shair-Rosenfield, LR Vance, Z Csata
Gender & Society 32 (1), 82-108, 2018
232018
Linguistic recognition as a source of confidence in the justice system
AH Liu, VA Baird
Comparative Political Studies 45 (10), 1203-1229, 2012
232012
Democracy and minority language recognition: tyranny of the majority and the conditional effects of group size
AH Liu
Democratization 24 (3), 544-565, 2017
21*2017
The language of economic growth: A new measure of linguistic heterogeneity
AH Liu, E Pizzi
British Journal of Political Science 48 (4), 953-980, 2018
162018
Immigrant threat and national salience: Understanding the “English official” movement in the United States
AH Liu, AE Sokhey, JB Kennedy, A Miller
Research & Politics 1 (1), 2053168014531926, 2014
152014
When and why do US states make English their official language
AH Liu, AE Sokhey
The Washington Post, 2014
142014
Ethnic identity and attitudes toward state institutions: evidence of judicial legitimacy among the indigenous in Latin America
ET Huebert, AH Liu
Politics, Groups, and Identities 5 (4), 561-579, 2017
132017
Incorporating native American history into the curriculum: descriptive representation or campaign contributions?
R Foxworth, AH Liu, AE Sokhey
Social Science Quarterly 96 (4), 955-969, 2015
102015
The politics of language regime: A comparative analysis of Southeast Asia
AH Liu
State Traditions and Language Regimes, 137-153, 2015
92015
How to head count ethnic minorities: Validity of census surveys versus other identification strategies
Z Csata, R Hlatky, AH Liu
East European Politics 37 (3), 572-592, 2021
82021
Using linguistic networks to explain strength of intellectual property rights
TR Cook, AH Liu
World Development 87, 128-138, 2016
82016
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Články 1–20