Publications

[15] Ji Yeon Hong and Christopher Paik, forthcoming, “Hate Thy Communist Neighbor: Protestants and Politics in South Korea” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization

[14] Lisa Blaydes and Christopher Paik, forthcoming, “Trade and Political Fragmentation on the Silk Roads: The Economic Effects of Historical Exchange between China and the Muslim East,” American Journal of Political Science

[13] Lisa Blaydes and Christopher Paik, forthcoming, “Muslim Trade and City Growth Before the Nineteenth Century: Comparative Urbanization in Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia,” British Journal of Political Science

[12] S.P. Harish and Christopher Paik, 2020, “Historical State Stability and Economic Development in Europe,” Political Science Research and Methods 8(3): 425-443

[11] Ola Olsson and Christopher Paik, 2020, “A Western Reversal since the Neolithic? The Long-Run Impact of Early Agriculture,” Journal of Economic History 80(1): 100–135

[10] Christopher Paik and Jessica Vechbanyongratana, 2019, “Path to Centralization and Development: Evidence from Siam,” World Politics 71(2): 289–331

[9] Ji Yeon Hong and Christopher Paik, 2018, “Colonization and Education: Exploring the Legacy of Local Elites in Korea,” Economic History Review 71(3): 938–964

[8] Abbey Steele, Christopher Paik and Seiki Tanaka, 2018, “Constraining the Samurai: Rebellion and Taxation in Early Modern Japan,” International Studies Quarterly 61(2): 352–370

[7] Enze Han and Christopher Paik, 2017, “Ethnic Integration and Development in China,” World Development 93: 31–42

[6] Lisa Blaydes and Christopher Paik, 2016, “The Impact of Holy Land Crusades on State Formation: War Mobilization, Trade Integration and Political Development in Medieval Europe,” International Organization 70(3): 551-586

[5] Ola Olsson and Christopher Paik, 2016, “Long-Run Cultural Divergence: Evidence from the Neolithic Revolution,” Journal of Development Economics 122: 197–213

[4] Enze Han and Christopher Paik, 2014, “Dynamics of Political Resistance in Tibet: Religious Repression and Controversies of Demographic Change,” China Quarterly 217: 69–98

[3] Enze Han, Joseph O’mahoney, and Christopher Paik, 2014, “External kin, economic disparity and minority ethnic group mobilization,” Conflict Management and Peace Science 31(1): 49–69

[2] Christopher Paik, 2014, “Does Lineage Matter? A Study of Ancestral Influence on Educational Attainment in Korea,” European Review of Economic History 18(4): 433–451

[1] Christopher Paik and Tsering Wangyal Shawa, 2013, “Altitude and Adaptation: A Study of Geography and Ethnic Division,” Applied Geography 40: 212–221