Monday, May 1, 2017

New Issue: International Organization

The latest issue of International Organization (Vol. 71, no. S1, Supplement 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Emilie M. Hafner-Burton, Stephan Haggard, David A. Lake, & David G. Victor, The Behavioral Revolution and International Relations
  • Brian C. Rathbun, Joshua D. Kertzer, & Mark Paradis, Homo Diplomaticus: Mixed-Method Evidence of Variation in Strategic Rationality
  • Richard K. Herrmann, How Attachments to the Nation Shape Beliefs About the World: A Theory of Motivated Reasoning
  • Sungmin Rho & Michael Tomz, Why Don't Trade Preferences Reflect Economic Self-Interest?
  • Joshua D. Kertzer, Resolve, Time, and Risk
  • A. Burcu Bayram, Due Deference: Cosmopolitan Social Identity and the Psychology of Legal Obligation in International Politics
  • Dustin Tingley, Rising Power on the Mind
  • Jonathan Renshon, Julia J. Lee, & Dustin Tingley, Emotions and the Micro-Foundations of Commitment Problems
  • Elizabeth N. Saunders, No Substitute for Experience: Presidents, Advisers, and Information in Group Decision Making
  • Janice Gross Stein, The Micro-Foundations of International Relations Theory: Psychology and Behavioral Economics
  • Robert Powell, Research Bets and Behavioral IR