David L. Richards
|David L. Richards|
|Institutions||University of Connecticut|
|Alma mater||Phillipsburg High School (New Jersey)|
|Known for||CIRI Human Rights Data Project|
His current book, co-authored with Jillienne Haglund, is Violence Against Women and the Law (2015: Paradigm).
With David Cingranelli, Richards was the co-founder and co-director of the CIRI Human Rights Data Project, which provided annual ratings of government respect for 15 human rights in 195 countries, 1981-2011. CIRI's data and documentation are archived at www.humanrightsdata.com.
- Richards, David L. and Benjamin Carbonetti. 2013. "Worth What We Decide: A Defense of the Right to Leisure." International Journal of Human Rights.
- Richards, David L. 2012. "What’s in a Name? Human Rights, Human Development, and Human Dignity." WIDER Angle UNU-WIDER. December.
- Richards, David L., Mandy M. Morrill, and Mary R. Anderson. 2012. "Some Psycho-Social Correlates of US Citizen Support for Torture." Nordic Journal of Human Rights 30.1: 63-95.
- Richards, David L. and K. Chad Clay. 2012. "An Umbrella with Holes: Respect for Non-Derogable Human Rights during Declared States of Emergency, 1996-2004" Human Rights Review 13.4: 443-471.
- Cingranelli, David L. and David L. Richards. 2010. "The Cingranelli and Richards (CIRI) Human Rights Data Project." Human Rights Quarterly 32.2: 401-424.
- Richards, David L. and Ronald D. Gelleny. 2007. "Good Things to Those Who Wait? National Elections and Respect for Human Rights" Journal of Peace Research 44.4: 505-523.
- Richards, David L. and Ronald D. Gelleny. 2007. "Women's Status and Economic Globalization" International Studies Quarterly 51.4: 855-876.
- Richards, David L., Ronald Gelleny, and David Sacko. 2001. "Money With A Mean Streak? Foreign Economic Penetration and Government Respect for Human Rights in Developing Countries." International Studies Quarterly 45.2: 219-239.
- Cingranelli, David L., and David L. Richards. 1999. "Measuring the Pattern, Level, and Sequence of Government Respect for Human Rights," International Studies Quarterly 43: 407-417.