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Hays, Jude C. and Kachi, Aya. (2015) Interdependent Duration Models in Political Science. In: Quantitative Research in Political Science, 5. Los Angeles, pp. 33-62.

Kachi, Aya. (2002) The Economics of Food Safety. In: Food and Agricultural Affairs in Japan: Political Economics of Producers and Consumers (Japanese). Tokyo, Japan.

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Anderson, Brilé and Bernauer, Thomas and Kachi, Aya. (2018) Does international pooling of authority affect the perceived legitimacy of global governance? The Review of International Organizations. pp. 1-23.

Blumer, Yann B. and Braunreiter, Lukas and Kachi, Aya and Lordan-Perret, Rebecca and Oeri, Fintan. (2018) A two-level analysis of public support: Exploring the role of beliefs in opinions about the Swiss energy strategy. Energy Research & Social Science, 43. pp. 109-118.

Kachi, Aya and Bernauer, Thomas and Gampfer, Robert. (2015) Climate policy in hard times: Are the pessimists right? Ecological economics, 114. pp. 227-241.

Bernauer, Thomas and Gampfer, Robert and Kachi, Aya. (2014) European unilateralism and involuntary burden-sharing in global climate politics: A public opinion perspective from the other side. European Union Politics, 15 (1). pp. 132-151.

Gampfer, Robert and Bernauer, Thomas and Kachi, Aya. (2014) Obtaining public support for North-South climate funding: Evidence from conjoint experiments in donor countries. Global Environmental Change, 29. pp. 118-126.

Franzese Jr., Robert J. and Hays, Jude C. and Kachi, Aya. (2012) Modeling History Dependence in Network-Behavior Coevolution. Political Analysis, 20 (2). pp. 175-190.

Hays, Jude C. and Kachi, Aya and Franzese Jr., Robert J.. (2010) A spatial model incorporating dynamic, endogenous network interdependence: A political science application. Statistical Methodology, 7. pp. 406-428.