Stephen L. Quackenbush

 

 

Publications and Data

 

Publications

BOOKS

International Conflict: Logic and Evidence. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2014.

Understanding General Deterrence: Theory and Application. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

Centers of Gravity and War Outcomes.” Conflict Management and Peace Science, forthcoming.

“We Always Fight the Last War? The Effect of Prior Experiences in Counterinsurgency and Conventional Warfare on War Outcomes” [with Amanda Murdie]. International Interactions, forthcoming 2015.

“The Durability of International Conflict Settlements.” In Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, ed. David Armstrong. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

“Game Theory and Interstate Conflict.” In Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, ed. David Armstrong. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

"National Missile Defense and (Dis)Satisfaction" [with A. Cooper Drury], Journal of Peace Research 48(4): 469-480, 2011.

"Deterrence Theory: Where Do We Stand?" Review of International Studies 37(2): 741-762, 2011.

“Not All Peace Years are Created Equal: Trade, Imposed Settlements, and Recurrent Conflict” [with Tim Peterson]. International Interactions 36(4): 363-383, 2010.

"Territorial Issues and Recurrent Conflict." Conflict Management and Peace Science 27(3): 239-252, 2010.

"General Deterrence and International Conflict: Testing Perfect Deterrence Theory." International Interactions 36(1): 60-85, 2010.

"Evaluating the Monadic Democratic Peace" [with Michael Rudy]. Conflict Management and Peace Science 26(3): 268-285, 2009.

"Settlements, Outcomes, and the Recurrence of Conflict" [with Jerome F. Venteicher]. Journal of Peace Research 45(6): 723-742, 2008.

"National Missile Defense and Deterrence." Political Research Quarterly 59(4): 533-541, 2006.

"Not only Whether but Whom: Three-party Extended Deterrence." Journal of Conflict Resolution 50(4): 562-583, 2006.

"Identifying Opportunity for Conflict: Politically Active Dyads." Conflict Management and Peace Science 23(1): 37-51, 2006.

"Game Theory: Modeling Interstate Conflict" [with Frank C. Zagare]. In Making Sense of International Relations Theory, ed. Jennifer Sterling-Folker. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2006.

"The Rationality of Rational Choice Theory." International Interactions 30(2): 87-107, 2004.

"Sowing the Seeds of Conflict: The Effect of Dispute Settlements on Durations of Peace" [with Paul D. Senese]. Journal of Politics 65(3): 696-717, 2003.

OTHER

"Testbank to Accompany Bruce Bueno de Mesquita's Principles of International Politics," 3rd edition. CQ Press, 2005.

"Testbank to Accompany Bruce Bueno de Mesquita's Principles of International Politics" [with Will H. Moore], 2nd edition. CQ Press, 2003.

 

Data

GENERAL DETERRENCE AND INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT: TESTING PERFECT DETERRENCE THEORY

To view the online appendix to accompany "General Deterrence and International Conflict: Testing Perfect Deterrence Theory," International Interactions 36(1): 1-26, click here.

POLITICALLY ACTIVE DYADS

Version 1.0 of the Politically Active Dyads Data identifies whether or not each dyad is politically active (along with associated variables) between 1816 and 2000.

To download EUGene data files in zipped form, click here. These files must be saved to your EUGene User Data Sets folder (typically C:\Program Files\EUGene\User Data Sets) in order to work through EUGene.

This data set is also available for download directly through EUGene. From the EUGene main menu, select 'User Data Transfer User Dataset(s) to/from Website.'

Please use the following citation when using these data:

Quackenbush, Stephen L. 2006. "Identifying Opportunity

for Conflict: Politically Active Dyads." Conflict Management and Peace Science 23(1): 37-51.

SETTLEMENTS, OUTCOMES, AND RECURRENT CONFLICT

A dataset and .do file (both for Stata) to replicate the results in “Settlements, Outcomes, and the Recurrence of Conflict” [with Jerome F. Venteicher], Journal of Peace Research 45(6): 735-54, is available here.

THREE-PARTY EXTENDED DETERRENCE

To view the online appendix to accompany "Not only Whether but Whom: Three-party Extended Deterrence," Journal of Conflict Resolution 50(4): 562-83, click here.