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Leaders and International Conflict e-book

Author:

Professor Giacomo Chiozza,Professor H. E. Goemans

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Politics & Government

ePub size:

1434 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press (August 18, 2011)

Pages:

252

ISBN:

1107660734

Leaders and International Conflict e-book

by Professor Giacomo Chiozza,Professor H. E. Goemans


Leaders and International Conflict. Chiozza and Goemans make an important contribution to the literature on war and politics.

Leaders and International Conflict. by Professor Giacomo Chiozza (Author),‎ Professor H. E. Goemans (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0511996429. The book's great strength is its return to an analytic focus on the role of leaders and the incentives they face as individuals. Allan C. Stam, Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan. ISBN-13: 978-1107011724.

Giacomo Chiozza is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Vanderbilt University and is a student and scholar of international relations and international security

Giacomo Chiozza is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Vanderbilt University and is a student and scholar of international relations and international security. He is an expert on the study of attitudes towards US power and the study of political leaders in conflict processes.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Leaders and International Conflict by Professor H. .Chiozza and Goemans seek to explain why and when political leaders decide to initiate international crises and wars

Chiozza and Goemans seek to explain why and when political leaders decide to initiate international crises and wars. They argue that the fate of leaders and the way leadership changes, shapes leaders' decisions to initiate international conflict.

H. Goemans is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Rochester and studies international relations with a focus on conflict

H. Goemans is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Rochester and studies international relations with a focus on conflict.

On November 29, 2012, the Mortara Center awarded Professor Giacomo Chiozza of Vanderbilt University and Professor . Goemans of the University of Rochester the 2011 Lepgold Book Prize for their book "Leaders and International Conflict. The Lepgold Prize honors Professor Joseph S. Lepgold, a Georgetown University professor who died in a tragic Hotel fire in Paris in 2001, and recognizes exceptional contributions to the study of international relations each year.

Title: Leaders and International Conflict. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Publication Date: 2011. Chiozza and Goemans seek to explain why and when political leaders decide to initiate international crises and wars. They argue that the fate of leaders and the way leadership changes shapes leaders' decisions to initiate international conflict. Leaders who anticipate regular removal from office, through elections for example, have little to gain and much to lose from international conflict, whereas leaders who anticipate a forcible removal from office, such as through coup or revolution, have little to lose and much to gain from conflict.

We measure conflict using two batteries of indicators that distinguish international crises short of war and wars.

University of Rochester. H. Goemans is Assistant professor, Department of Political Science, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 14627 (hgoemans. We measure conflict using two batteries of indicators that distinguish international crises short of war and wars. Our primary source for the conflict data is Gelpi and Griesdorf ’s (2001) list of con-flict events from the International Crisis Behavior (ICB) Project of Brecher and Wilkenfeld (1997) for the years. M − 1)(1 + r −1)2, where r is the ratio of the between-to-within variances (multiplied by the correction factor (1 + 1/M)).

1 Leaders and International Conflict Chiozza and Goemans seek to explain why and when . Professor Chiozza holds a P.

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Leaders and International Conflict Giacomo Chiozza & H. Goemans October 22, 2009. TAGS Civil War, World War II, Proportional Hazard Test. Contents List of Tables vii List of Figures xiv Acknowledgments xvi 1 Introduction 1 . The Central Question. 3 . The Central Argument. 4 . Leaders in the Study of International Politics. 1 Is War Costly for Leaders .

Chiozza and Goemans seek to explain why and when political leaders decide to initiate international crises and wars. They argue that the fate of leaders and the way leadership changes shapes leaders' decisions to initiate international conflict. Leaders who anticipate regular removal from office, through elections for example, have little to gain and much to lose from international conflict, whereas leaders who anticipate a forcible removal from office, such as through coup or revolution, have little to lose and much to gain from conflict. This theory is tested against an extensive analysis of more than 80 years of international conflict and with an intensive historical examination of Central American leaders from 1848 to 1918. Leaders and International Conflict highlights the political nature of the choice between war and peace and will appeal to all scholars of international relations and comparative politics.

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