Ph.D., Political Science, Binghamton University, SUNY
M.P.A., Public Administration, Binghamton University, SUNY
B.A., Volgograd State Pedagogical University, Volgograd, Russia
Tverdova, Yuliya V. 2012. “The Formation of Economic Perceptions in Post-Communist Countries of East Central Europe.” Political Behavior 34 (1): 137-158.
Tverdova, Yuliya V. 2011. “Human Trafficking in Russia and Other Post-Soviet States.” Human Rights Review 12 (3): 329-344.
Tverdova, Yuliya V. 2011. “See No Evil: Heterogeneity in Public Perception of Corruption.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 44 (1): 1-25.
Anderson, Christopher J., Aida Paskeviciute, Maria E. Sandovici, and Yuliya V. Tverdova. 2005. “In the Eyes of Beholder? The Foundations of Subjective Human Rights Conditions in East-Central Europe.” Comparative Political Studies 38 (7): 771-798.
Tverdova, Yuliya V., and Christopher J. Anderson. 2004. “Choosing the West? Referendum Choices on EU membership in East-Central Europe.” Electoral Studies 23 (2): 185-208.
Anderson, Christopher J., Silvia Mendes, and Yuliya V. Tverdova. 2004. “Endogenous Economic Perceptions: Evidence from the 1997 British Election.” Electoral Studies 23 (4): 683-708.
Anderson, Christopher J., and Yuliya V. Tverdova. 2003. “Corruption, Political Allegiances, and Attitudes Toward Government in Contemporary Democracies.” American Journal of Political Science 47 (1): 91-109.
Anderson, Christopher J., and Yuliya V. Tverdova. 2001. “Winners, Losers, and Attitudes Toward Government in Contemporary Democracies.” International Political Science Review 22 (4): 321-38.
Tverdova, Yuliya V. 2011. “Follow the Party or Follow the Leader? Candidate evaluations, Party Evaluations, and Macropolitical Context.” In Russell J. Dalton and Christopher J. Anderson (eds.), Citizens, Context, and Choice: How Context Shapes Citizens’ Electoral Choices. Oxford University Press.
Anderson, Christopher J., and Yuliya V. Tverdova. 2001. “The Economy and Public Opinion in East Germany, 1991-1995.” In Susan Stokes (ed.), Public Support for Market Reforms in New Democracies. New York: Cambridge University Press.