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Prof Hugh Ward

Emeritus Professor
Department of Government
Prof Hugh Ward
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  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 872513

  • Location

    5.020, Colchester Campus

Publications

Journals (28)

Cao, X. and Ward, H., (2017). Transnational Climate Governance Networks and Domestic Regulatory Action. International Interactions. 43 (1)

Lehrer, R., Ezrow, L., Ward, H. and Bohmelt, T., (2017). Intra–Party Democracy and Responsiveness to Rival Parties’ Policies. Social Science Quarterly. 98 (3)

Böhmelt, T., Vaziri, F. and Ward, H., (2017). Does green taxation drive countries towards the carbon efficiency frontier?. Journal of Public Policy

Anderson, B., Böhmelt, T. and Ward, H., (2017). Public opinion and environmental policy output: a cross-national analysis of energy policies in Europe. Environmental Research Letters. 12 (11)

Böhmelt, T., Böker, M. and Ward, H., (2016). Democratic inclusiveness, climate policy outputs, and climate policy outcomes. Democratization. 23 (7)

Ward, H. and Dorussen, H., (2016). Standing alongside your friends. Journal of Peace Research. 53 (3)

Bohmelt, T., Ezrow, L., Lehrer, R. and Ward, H., (2016). Party Policy Diffusion. American Political Science Review. 110 (2)

Hovi, J., Ward, H. and Grundig, F., (2015). Hope or Despair? Formal Models of Climate Cooperation. Environmental and Resource Economics. 62 (4)

Grundig, F. and Ward, H., (2015). Structural Group Leadership and Regime Effectiveness. Political Studies. 63 (1)

Ward, H. and Dorussen, H., (2015). Public Information and Performance: The Role of Spatial Dependence in the Worldwide Governance Indicators among African Countries. World Development. 74

Cao, X., Milner, HV., Prakash, A. and Ward, H., (2014). Research Frontiers in Comparative and International Environmental Politics: An Introduction. Comparative Political Studies. 47 (3)

Ward, H., Cao, X. and Mukherjee, B., (2014). State Capacity and the Environmental Investment Gap in Authoritarian States. Comparative Political Studies. 47 (3)

Cao, X. and Ward, H., (2014). Winning Coalition Size, State Capacity, and Time Horizons: An Application of Modified Selectorate Theory to Environmental Public Goods Provision. International Studies Quarterly

Ward, H. and John, P., (2013). Competitive learning in yardstick competition: testing models of policy diffusion with performance data. Political Science Research and Methods. 1 (1)

Ward, H. and Cao, X., (2012). Domestic and International Influences on Green Taxation. Comparative Political Studies. 45 (9)

Dorussen, H., Murshed, SM. and Ward, H., (2011). Any Ties that Bind? Economic Diplomacy on the South Asian Subcontinent. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy. 6 (1)

Ward, H., Ezrow, L. and Dorussen, H., (2011). Globalization, Party Positions, and the Median Voter. World Politics. 63 (3)

Ward, H., Dorussen, H. and Ezrow, L., (2011). Globalization, Social Democratic Parties and the Median Voter. World Politics. 63 (3)

Hovi, J., Underdal, A. and Ward, H., (2011). Potential Contributions of Political Science to Environmental Economics. Environmental and Resource Economics. 48 (3)

Ward, H. and Weale, A., (2010). Is Rule by Majorities Special?. Political Studies. 58 (1)

Dorussen, H. and Ward, H., (2010). Liberal Peace en Economische Diplomatie. Internationale Spectator. 64 (2)

Ward, H. and Dorussen, H., (2010). Trade Links and the Kantian Peace: A Network-Theoretic Approach to Communication, Inter-Cultural Understanding, and Conflict. Journal of Peace Research. 47 (1)

Dorussen, H. and Ward, H., (2010). Trade networks and the Kantian peace. Journal of Peace Research. 47 (1)

Allen, N. and Ward, H., (2009). ?Moves on a Chess Board?: A Spatial Model of British Prime Ministers' Powers over Cabinet Formation. British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 11 (2)

Dorussen, H. and Ward, H., (2008). Inter Governmental Organizations and the Kantian Peace: A Network Perspective. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 52 (2)

Ward, H., (2008). Liberal democracy and sustainability. Environmental Politics. 17 (3)

Ward, H. and John, P., (2008). A Spatial Model of Competitive Bidding for Government Grants: Why Efficiency Gains Are Limited. Journal of Theoretical Politics. 20 (1)

Dorussen, H., Lenz, H. and Ward, H., (2007). Public commitment strategies in intergovernmental negotiations on the EU Constitutional Treaty. The Review of International Organizations. 2 (2)

Chapters (1)

Ward, H., (1998). The Glass Bead Game: Testing Game-Theoretic Models of Politics. In: Research Strategies in the Social Sciences: A Guide to New Approaches. 978-0-19-829238-8

Contact

hugh@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 872513

Location:

5.020, Colchester Campus