Read my research statement for a broad overview of my research agenda.
My dissertation, “Amicable Contempt: The Strategic Balance between Dictators and International NGOs,” looks at:
View the theory and (forthcoming) data for the project at ingoresearch.org.
Peruse my open research notebook to see all the notes, primary sources, scribblings, code, figures, half-formed thoughts, and all the other raw materials, by-products, and miscellanea involved in my research.
Andrew Heiss and Judith G. Kelley. 2017. “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: International NGOs and the Dual Pressures of Donors and Host Governments.” Journal of Politics 79, no. 2 (April): 732–741. doi:
Andrew Heiss and Judith G. Kelley. 2016. “From the Trenches: A Global Survey of Anti-TIP NGOs and their Views of US Efforts.” Journal of Human Trafficking. doi:
Andrew Heiss and Tana Johnson. 2016. “Internal, Interactive, and Institutional Factors: Towards a Unified Theory of INGO Behavior.” International Studies Review 18, no. 3 (September): 528–541. doi:
Eva Witesman and Andrew Heiss. 2016. “Nonprofit Collaboration and the Resurrection of Market Failure: How a Resource Sharing Environment Can Suppress Social Objectives.” Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. doi:
Andrew Heiss. 2012. “The Failed Management of a Dying Regime: Hosni Mubarak, Egypt’s National Democratic Party, and the January 25 Revolution.” Journal of Third World Studies 28, no. 1 (Spring): 155–171.
Andrew Heiss. 2015. Review of Taco Brandsen, Willem Trommel, and Bram Verschuere (eds.), Manufacturing Civil Society: Principles, Practices, and Effects. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 26, no. 2 (April): 728–30. doi:
“Sources of Advocacy: When Does the Media Give Voice to Egyptian Advocacy NGOs?” (with Ken Rogerson, Duke University)
Presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA), Washington, DC, August 2014
“Discovering Discourse: The Relationship between Media and NGOs in Egypt between 2011–13” (with Ken Rogerson, Duke University)
Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Political Science Association (SPSA), New Orleans, LA, January 2014; and the International Studies Association (ISA), Toronto, Canada, March 2014
“Do Democracies Discourage NGO Cooperation?”
Prepared for PolSci 618, The Politics of Institutional Change, Duke University (taught by Karen Remmer)
Replication and extension of Amanda Murdie. 2014. "Scrambling for Contact: The Determinants of Inter-NGO Cooperation in Non-Western Countries." Review of International Organizations 9, no. 3 (September): 309–31.
“Explaining Support for Undemocratic Leaders in Democracies in the Middle East”
R Commander Plug-in for MPA Statistics (author)
A package that provides basic Stata syntax highlighting and automation for Sublime Text 2 and 3 (author)
A package that provides knitr Markdown and LaTeX support for Sublime Text 2 and 3, for easy reproducible research (author)
An R wrapper for the Data Science Toolkit API (contributor)
Prince, Mona. 2011. “Three Suitcases for Departure (Thalatha Haqaʾib lil-Safar).” In The Literary Life of Cairo: One Hundred Years in the Heart of the City, edited by Samia Mehrez, translated by Andrew Heiss, 212–13. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press.
Abdel Samad, Hamid. 2011. “Farewell, Heaven (Wadaʿan Ayatuha al-Samaaʾ).” In The Literary Life of Cairo: One Hundred Years in the Heart of the City, edited by Samia Mehrez, translated by Andrew Heiss, 347–50. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press.