Publications

Human Rights are (Increasingly) Plural: Learning the Changing Taxonomy of Human Rights From Large-scale Text Reveals Information Effects

Park, Baekkwan, Kevin Greene, Michael Colaresi. 2020. "Human Rights are (Increasingly) Plural: Learning the Changing Taxonomy of Human Rights From Large-scale Text Reveals Information Effects." American Political Science Review. 1(1).

Once More, With Feeling: Using Sentiment Analysis to Improve Models of Relationships Between Non-State Actors

Greene, Kevin, Caleb Lucas. 2020. "Once More, With Feeling: Using Sentiment Analysis to Improve Models of Relationships Between Non-State Actors." International Interactions. 1(1).

How to Teach Machines to Read Human Rights Reports and Identify Judgments at Scale

Park, Baekkwan, Kevin Greene, Michael Colaresi. 2020. "How to Teach Machines to Read Human Rights Reports and Identify Judgments at Scale." Journal of Human Rights. 1(1).

Machine Learning Human Rights and Wrongs: How the Successes and Failures of Supervised Learning Algorithms Can Inform the Debate About Information Effects

Greene, Kevin, Baekkwan Park, Michael Colaresi. 2019. "Machine Learning Human Rights and Wrongs: How the Successes and Failures of Supervised Learning Algorithms Can Inform the Debate About Information Effects." Political Analysis. 1(1).

Rebel Natural Resource Exploitation and Conflict Duration

Conrad, Justin, Kevin Greene, James Igoe Walsh, Beth Elise Whitaker. 2019. "Rebel Natural Resource Exploitation and Conflict Duration." The Journal of Conflict Resolution. 1(1).

Beyond a Bag of Words: Using PULSAR to Extract Judgments on Specific Human Rights at Scale

Park, Baekkwan, Michael Colaresi, Kevin Greene. 2018. "Beyond a Bag of Words: Using PULSAR to Extract Judgments on Specific Human Rights at Scale." Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 1(1).

Competition, Differentiation and the Severity of Terrorist Attacks

Conrad, Justin, Kevin Greene. 2015. "Competition, Differentiation and the Severity of Terrorist Attacks." The Journal of Politics. 1(1).