Papers from Previous Conferences

University of Michigan, October 8-10, 1999

The papers below are not available from the Society, and those interested in obtaining copies should contact the author(s).

  • Erick Duchesne and William R. Clark, Injury, Threats, and Retaliation: Crisis Decision-Making and the American Use of Section 301
  • Brian Lai, Testing What Factors Lead a Government to Respond to Domestic Unrest with Concessions, Repression, or Diversion
  • Glenn Palmer and Pat Regan, Structural Impediments to Conflict Escalation: Political and Pivotal Parties in Parliamentary Democracies
  • Patrick James, Athanasios Hristoulas, and Jean-Sebastien Rioux, Modelling the Simultaneous Impact of Domestic and International Factors
  • Heejoon Kang and Rafael Reuveny, An Investigation of Multi-Country Dynamic Relationships between Trade and Conflict
  • Vesna Danilovic, Democracy and Deterrence: The Historical Record of Major Powers, 1895-1985
  • Zeev Maoz and Ben D. Mor, The Strategic Dynamics of Enduring Rivalries: A Comparative Analysis of Case Studies and Quantitative Methods
  • Katherine Barbieri, Commerce vs. Conquest: A False Dichotomy?
  • Erik Gartzke, The Logic and Limits of Two-Level Games
  • Matthew Baum, How Public Opinion Constrains the Political Use of Force
  • James Ray, Identifying Interstate War Initiators on the Directed Dyadic Level of Analysis
  • Michael McGinnis, Conflict Dynamics in a Three-Level Game: A Model of Local, National & International Conflict in the Horn of Africa
  • William Reed and David Clark, Why Do Democracies Win the Wars They Fight?
  • Brett Ashley Leeds, Andrew Long, and Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, Re-Evaluating Alliance Reliability: Specific Threats, Specific Promises
  • Curtis Meek, A Competing Risks Model of Civil War Duration
  • Curtis Peet and Marc Simon, Embedded Liberal Democracies and Militarized Disputes
  • HÃ¥vard Hegre, Asymmetric Trade Relationships and Militarized Conflict
  • Dan Reiter, Winning Wars on the Factory Floors? Democracies, Wartime Economic Mobilization, and Victory
  • David Lektzian and Mark Souva, Institutions and International Cooperation: A Duration Analysis of the Effects of Sanctions
  • Paul Senese, Sowing the Seeds of War: Explaining Recurrent Patterns of Conflict
  • Michelle Benson, The Ties that Bind: The Status Quo, Democracy, and Conflict
  • Suzanne Werner, The Duration of War
  • Marie Besancon and Ismene Gizelis, Poverty, Religion, Ethnicity, and the Death Trap
  • Rafael Reuveny and John Maxwell, Toward a Dynamic Model of Conflict Over Renewable Resources in Developing Countries
  • Hanna Newcombe, Philip Klaassen, Ruth Klaassen, and Steven Holloway, Across the Great Divide: UN Voting Before and After the End of the Cold War
  • Douglas Gibler, Military Buildups, Counter-Alliances, and Crises: Exploring the Non-War Effects of Alliance Formation
  • Jonathan DiCicco and Jack Levy, Power Shifts and Problem Shifts: The Evolution of the Power Transition Research Program
  • Marc Kilgour, Prospects for Conflict Management: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
  • Taehyun Kim, How Korean Reunification Will Shape and Be Shaped by the Next East Asian Order: A Computer Simulation
  • Michael Simon, Nuclear Acquisition as a Strategic Choice
  • J. David Singer, Wars of the Nth Kind?
  • Karl DeRouen, Jr., Presidents and the Diversionary Use of Force
  • Jaroslav Tir, Territorial Disputes and International Conflict: Impact of Territorial Exchanges
  • Sara McLaughlin Mitchell and Will H. Moore, A New Look at US Presidents and the Use of Force
  • Jeffrey Dixon, Predicting Civil War Termination: Effects of Capabilities, Costs, and Third Parties
  • Kristian Gleditsch, Determinants of Democracy and Democratization: Wealth, Conflict, and Diffusion
  • Pelle Andersen, Justin Bumgardner, J. Michael Greig, and Paul F. Diehl, Turning Down the Heat: Exogenous and Endogenous Influences on Conflict Management in Enduring Rivalries
  • Andrew J. Enterline, Some Other Time: The Timing of Third Party Intervention in Dynamic Interstate Conflicts, 1816-1992
  • Jacek Kugler, Yi Fang, and Paul Zak, Capacity, Freedom, Fertility and Development
  • Brian Efird, The Primacy of Power: Formal Dynamics of Power Transitions
  • Michael Koch, Time is Not on our Side: Democracies, Dyads, and Dispute Duration
  • Renato Corbetta and William Dixon, Capabilities and Constraints in Third Party Alignment Choices
  • T. Clifton Morgan and Anne Miers, When Threats Succeed: A Formal Model of the Threat And Use of Economic Sanctions
  • Michael Mousseau, Explaining the Conflict in Kosovo: Market Democracy and Collaboration in Militarized Interstate Disputes
  • Thomas Sowers, Belinda Davis, and Juan Copa, The Myth of a Vigiliant Public: The Impact of Public Opinion on Foreign Policy
  • Christopher Sprecher, The Duration of Extended Deterrence via Alliance
  • Steven Brams, Marc Kilgour, and Michael A. Jones, The Paradox of Disconnected Coalitions
  • Volker Krause and Jonathan Canedo, Civil War and Militarized Interstate Dispute Involvement: Testing a Simultaneous Equation Model
  • Peter Brecke, Violent Conflicts 1400 AD to the Present in Different Regions of the World
  • Michael Ireland and Scott Gartner, Government Type and Conflict Initiation in Parliamentary Systems
  • Mark Crescenzi, Economic Exit, Interdependence, and Conflict: An Empirical Analysis
  • Bruce Russett, John R. Oneal, and Michaeline Cox, Clash of Civilizations or Liberalism and Realism Deja Vu? Some Evidence
  • Walter Isard, Empire Emergence and Decay; Past and Future: Implications for Balance of Power Theory
  • Doug Stinnett, Uncertainty and the Second Image Reversed: International Politics and Surplus Majority Coalitions in Israel
  • Chad Atkinson, The Spatial Connection: Assessing the Interdependence of Interstate Conflict
  • David Sacko, Pinnacle Leadership in the World Economy
  • David Sobek, The Determinants of War in the Developing World
  • Hyun Sub Yun, Peace Intelligence and Human Conflicts
  • Alexandra Guisinger and Alastair Smith, The Role of Domestic Political Institutions in Signaling Intentions During Disputes
  • Mark Mullenbach, Intrastate Disputes and Dispute Management in the 20th Century: Identification and Categorization
  • Robert Muncaster and Raymond Dacey, Levels of Interaction in the International Political Economy
  • Bernadette Jungblut and Richard Stoll, International Trade and Interstate Conflict: The Influence of Domestic Political Institutions
  • Carmela Lutmar, Normalizing Relations after Wars: Defining Processes and Identifying Patterns
  • Siddharth Swaminathan, Government Capacity, Democracy and Civil Conflict
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