Sunday, December 13, 2015

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 59, no. 4, December 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • David Lindsey, Military Strategy, Private Information, and War
  • Isa Camyar & Bahar Ulupinar, War and the Sectoral Distribution of Wealth: Evidence from United States Firms
  • Anup Phayal, Prabin B. Khadka & Clayton L. Thyne, What Makes an Ex-Combatant Happy? A Micro-Analysis of Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration in South Sudan
  • Theodore McLauchlin, Desertion and Collective Action in Civil Wars
  • J. Michael Greig, Rebels at the Gates: Civil War Battle Locations, Movement, and Openings for Diplomacy
  • Paul Staniland, Armed Groups and Militarized Elections
  • Marcus Holmes, Believing This and Alieving That: Theorizing Affect and Intuitions in International Politics
  • Lise Morjé Howard, US Foreign Policy Habits in Ethnic Conflict
  • William Spaniel & Bradley C. Smith, Sanctions, Uncertainty, and Leader Tenure
  • Rachel L. Wellhausen, Bondholders vs. Direct Investors? Competing Responses to Expropriation
  • Leonardo Baccini, Andreas Dür & Manfred Elsig, The Politics of Trade Agreement Design: Revisiting the Depth–Flexibility Nexus
  • Andrey Tomashevskiy, Capital Preferences: International Capital and Government Partisanship
  • Wen-Chin Wu, When do Dictators Decide to Liberalize Trade Regimes? Inequality and Trade Openness in Authoritarian Countries
  • Cigdem V. Sirin & Michael T. Koch, Dictators and Death: Casualty Sensitivity of Autocracies in Militarized Interstate Disputes
  • Michael Poznansky, Stasis or Decay? Reconciling Covert War and the Democratic Peace
  • Tarak Barkawi, Scientific Decay