Book Project

Bowersox, Zack. (2018). International Sporting Events and Human Rights: Does the Host Nation Play Fair? Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Journal Articles

Choi, Min Jae, Seong Wook Yoo, & Zack Bowersox. Conscription and Political Participation: How Conscription Policies Affect Voter Turnout. Armed Forces & Society, In Press.

Bowersox, Zack.  Union Density & Human Trafficking: Labor Solidarity as a Trafficking Deterrent. Journal of Human Trafficking, In Press.

Ji, Elliot, & Zack Bowersox. (2022) Censorship in the Semi private Domain A Theory of Cross domain Variation and Evidence from WeChat (1). Journal of Contemporary China, 31(136): 592 – 608.

Bowersox, Zack. (2021). Workers Rights and the Olympic Games_ The International Olympic. California Western International Law Journal, 52(2): 423.

Bowersox, Zack. (2019). Does Human Trafficking Extend Conflict Duration? Journal of Human Trafficking, 5(4): 267-280.

Bowersox, Zack. (2018). Natural Disasters and Human Tafficking: Do Disasters Affect State Anti-Trafficking Performance? International Migration, 56(1): 196 – 212.

Bowersox, Zack. (2017). Does Social Spending Add Substance to Formal Rights? Journal of Human Rights, 16(1): 44-60. Replication

Bowersox, Zack. (2016).Naming, Shaming, and International Sporting Events: Does the Host Nation Play Fair? Political Research Quarterly, 69(2): 258-269. Replication

Bowersox, Zack. (2016). International Sporting Events and Human Trafficking: Effects of Mega-Events on a State’s Capacity to Address Trafficking, Journal of Human Trafficking, 2(3): 201-220.

Working Papers

Bowersox, Zack. Abuse of Power or a Position of Vulnerability? The Varying Coercive Tactics of Human Traffickers.

Bowersox, Zack. Knowing the Science of their Own Misery: The Victims of “Voluntary” Trafficking.

Bowersox, Zack. Federalism & International Sporting Events: The Unequal Distribution of Risk and Reward for Event Bids.

Bowersox, Zack. The State and Exile: Knowing When to Keep your Enemies Close and When to Send Them Away.