2016. The Effects of Shocks on International Networks: Changes in the Attributes of States and the Structure of International Alliance Networks (with Zeev Maoz). Journal of Peace Research 53(3): 292-309.
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2015. Challenges to Inference in the Study of Crisis Bargaining (with Philip Arena).
Political Science Research and Methods 3(3): 569-587.
2014. When and Whom to Join: The Expansion of Ongoing Violent Interstate Conflicts (with Faten Ghosn and Resat Bayer). British Journal of Political Science 44(1): 205-238.
2013. Geographic Proximity and Third Party Joiners in Militarized Interstate Disputes (with Alex Braithwaite). Journal of Peace Research 50(5): 595-608.
2008. Third-Party Intervention and the Civil War Process (with Dylan Blach-Lindsay and Andrew J. Enterline). Journal of Peace Research 45(3): 345-363.
2007. Event Dependence and Heterogenity in Duration Models: The Conditional Frailty Model (with Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier and Suzanna De Boef). Political Analysis 15(3): 237-256.
2012-2016. The Effects of Shocks on Interacting Social and Physical Networks (Co-PI with George Barnett, Raissa D'Souza, and Zeev Maoz). National Science Foundation, Interface between Computer Science and Economics & Social Science Program. ICES-1216048. $275,691.
2012-2015. The Effects of Shocks on International Networks: An Agent-Based Model with Simulated and Real-World Data (Co-PI with Zeev Maoz). National Science Foundation, Political Science Program. SES-1155643. $255,220.
2012-2013. Endogenous Shocks and International Networks. Hellman Fellowship, University of California, Davis.
2011. Modeling War-Size Distributions: The Role of Diffusion (Co-PI with Lars-Erik Cederman). International Short Visit Fellowship, ETH Zurich, Swiss National Science Foundation.
2007-2008. Third Parties and the Dynamics Of War Expansion. Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, National Science Foundation, Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics Program. SES-0648771. $8,532.
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The Cascading Dynamics of War Expansion: An Agent-Based Computational Model