Date of conversation: 15 August 2019
Date of conversation: July 17 2019
A conversation with Timur Kuran Duke Economics, Wednesday, March 21, 2018
(with Diego Romero) “The Logic of Revolutions: Rational Choice Perspectives.” Oxford Handbook of Public Choice, vol. 2, ed. Roger D. Congleton, Bernard Grofman, and Stefan Voigt (New York: Oxford University Press 2019), pp. 345-62.
Interview by Virginia Postrel on “Why Weinstein Held On for So Long and Fell So Fast.” BloombergView, 17 October 2017.
“Another Road to Serfdom: Cascading Intolerance,” in Can It Happen Here? Authoritarianism in America, ed. Cass R. Sunstein (New York: Dey Street Books, 2018), pp. 233-76. Typescript.
(with Diego Romero) “The Logic of Revolutions: Rational Choice Perspectives.” Oxford Handbook of Public Choice: forthcoming 2017.
“You Can’t Keep a Lid on Discontent Forever.” Cato Unbound, March 16, 2016.
“The Authenticity Deficit in Modern Politics.” Cato Unbound, March 7, 2016.
with Denis Volkov, “An Atmosphere of Repression Leads to Preference Falsification among Opinion Leaders,” Institute of Modern Russia, 14 October 2015.
with Metin Under, “Arap Baharı’nın Sonrası.” Optimist, Mayıs 2013, 26-29.
“The Politics of Revolutionary Surprise,” Project Syndicate, February 2, 2011.
- Arabic translation: سياسة المفاجأة الثورية
- Chinese translation: 突发革命背后的政治
- French translation: La politique de surprise révolutionnaire
- German translation: Politik der revolutionären Überraschungen
- Russian translation: Политика революционного сюрприза
- Spanish translation: La política de la sorpresa revolucionaria
with Aaron Steelman: “Research Past and Present.” Region Focus, Journal of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, 13 (Summer 2009): 28-32.
“Ethnic Norms and Their Transformation through Reputational Cascades ,” Journal of Legal Studies, 27 (Summer 1998, pt. 2): 623-59. Abstract