207 Social Sciences and Humanities
PhD, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, 2019
Before coming to OSU, Dr. Harvey was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Wisconsin - Madison's Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia from 2019 - 2020. His research is focused on non-democratic politics, especially the causes and consequences of election manipulation. His work has been published in Electoral Studies, Democratization, Europe-Asia Studies, and Government and Opposition. Prior to his graduate study, he was a Herbert Scoville Fellow and policy researcher in Washington DC, with a focus on nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation issues.
Non-democratic politics, Electoral manipulation, Post-communist politics, Protest
- Harvey, Cole J. Forthcoming. "Principal-agent dynamics and electoral manipulation: Local risks, patronage, and variation in tactics in Russian elections." Europe-Asia Studies.
- Harvey, Cole J. and Paula Mukherjee. 2018. "Methods of Election Manipulation and the Likelihood of Post-Election Protest." Government and Opposition, 1-23.
- Greenstein, Claire and Cole J. Harvey. 2017. "Trials, Lustration, and Clean Elections: The uneven effects of transitional justice mechanisms on electoral manipulation." Democratization, 24 (6): 1195-1214.