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  • Dr. Benjamin Bagozzi, Assistant Professor, Political Science and International Relations

    Assistant Professor, Political Science and International Relations
    University of Delaware
    405 Smith Hall
    Newark, DE 19716
    302-831-6864
    http://www.benjaminbagozzi.com/

    Biography

    ‚ÄčBenjamin Bagozzi, PhD (The Pennsylvania State University, 2013) joined the department in 2015. His primary areas of specialization are political methodology and international relations. Within international relations, his research and teaching interests include environmental politics, international political economy, and the study of intra and international political violence. Methodologically, he teaches and conducts research in computational social science, text analysis, event data, and the analysis of rare events.

    Recent Publications

    Bagozzi, B.E., D.W. Hill Jr., W.H. Moore, and B. Mukherjee. 2015. "Modeling Two Types of Peace: The Zero-inflated Ordered Probit (ZiOP) Model in Conflict Research." Journal of Conflict Resolution. 59(4): 728-752.

    Bagozzi, B.E. and S.T. Landis. 2015. "The Stabilizing Effects of International Politics on Bilateral Trade Flows." Foreign Policy Analysis. 11(2): 151-171.

    Bagozzi, B.E., T. Brawner, B. Mukherjee, and V. Yadav. 2014. "Regional International Organizations and Individual Immigration Attitudes: Results from Finite Mixture Models." International Interactions. 40(3): 350-375.

    Mukherjee, B. and B.E. Bagozzi. 2013. "The IMF, Domestic Public Sector Banks and Currency Crises in Developing States." International Interactions. 39(1): 1-29.

 

 

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