Conor O'Dwyer
Conor O'Dwyer
Professor of Political Science, University of Florida
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Runaway state-building: Patronage politics and democratic development
C O'Dwyer
JHU Press, 2006
Runaway state building: how political parties shape states in postcommunist Eastern Europe
C O'Dwyer
World Politics 56 (4), 520-553, 2004
Does the EU help or hinder gay-rights movements in post-communist Europe? The case of Poland
C O’Dwyer
Social Movements in Post-Communist Europe and Russia, 26-46, 2015
Minority rights after EU enlargement: A comparison of antigay politics in Poland and Latvia
C O'dwyer, KZS Schwartz
Comparative European Politics 8, 220-243, 2010
Reforming regional governance in East Central Europe: Europeanization or domestic politics as usual?
C O’Dwyer
East European Politics and Societies 20 (02), 219-253, 2006
And the Last Shall be First: Party System Institutionalization and Second-Generation Economic Reform in Postcommunist Europe.
C O'dwyer, B Kovalčík
Studies in Comparative International Development 41 (4), 2007
From conditionality to persuasion? Europeanization and the rights of sexual minorities in post‐accession Poland
C O'Dwyer
European Integration 32 (3), 229-247, 2010
Coming out of communism: The emergence of LGBT activism in Eastern Europe
C O'Dwyer
Coming Out of Communism, 2018
Does decentralisation make government more efficient and effective?
C O'dwyer, D Ziblatt
Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 44 (3), 326-343, 2006
The benefits of backlash: EU accession and the organization of LGBT activism in postcommunist Poland and the Czech Republic
C O’Dwyer
East European Politics and Societies 32 (04), 892-923, 2018
Gay Rights and Political Homophobia in Postcommunist Europe: Is There an ‘EU Effect’?
C O’dwyer
Global homophobia: States, movements, and the politics of oppression, 103-126, 2013
Civilizing the State Bureaucracy: The Unfulfilled Promise of Public Administration Reform in Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic (1990-2000)
C O'Dwyer
Local-level democratic backsliding? the consolidation of aspiring dominant-party regimes in hungary and poland
C O'Dwyer, M Stenberg
Government and Opposition 57 (3), 508-531, 2022
What Accounts for Party System Stability? Comparing the Dimensions of Party Competition in Postcommunist Europe
C O'Dwyer
Europe-Asia Studies 66 (4), 511-535, 2014
From pride to politics: Niche-party politics and LGBT rights in Poland
C O’Dwyer, P Vermeersch
The EU enlargement and gay politics: The impact of Eastern enlargement on …, 2016
From NGOs to naught: The rise and fall of the Czech gay rights movement
C O’Dwyer
Beyond NGO-ization, 117-138, 2016
Europeanization of attitudes towards homosexuality: Exploring the role of education in the transnational diffusion of values
K Slootmaeckers, C O'Dwyer
Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 31 (4), 406-428, 2018
Return to (Illiberal) Diversity? Resisting Gay Rights in Poland and Latvia
C O’Dwyer, KZS Schwartz
Diversity in the European Union, 115-133, 2009
Does Decentralization Make Government More Efficient and Effective?
D Ziblatt, C O’Dwyer
Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 44 (3), 2006
Re-stating party development in central and Eastern Europe: a response
C O’Dwyer
Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review 44 (06), 1181-1188, 2008
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