The European Studies Council presents a book talk:
Isabela Mares, Arnold Wolfers Professor of Political Science, Yale University: “Conditionality and Coercion.”
Professor Mares conducted an intensive multi-year investigation of political clientelism — illegal exchanges of goods and services for political support — in several Eastern European nations. Her research combined ethnography, an observational method used in anthropology for studying cultures in depth, with a variety of survey experiments. She describes her findings in “Conditionality and Coercion,” a new book coauthored with Lauren Young, an assistant professor of political science at the University of California-Davis.
You can find more infortmation on the book at the Oxford University Press.