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Listed below are several working papers as well as forthcoming and recent publications. If there is no link to a paper, please feel free to email me at dmgibler(at)ua.edu for current versions.
The Missing Military: How International Conflict Shapes Domestic Political Bargaining. More.
Parity, Threats from Rivals, and the Democratic Peace. (with Phil Arena). More.
Taking Democratic Differences Seriously: A Split-Population Approach. (with Mark Nieman). More.
When Will States Liberalize?: Lost Monies as an Explanation for Institutional Change. (with Olga Chyzh). More.
Reversing Democracy's Gains: Territorial Threat and Regime Reversals (with Johannes Karreth and Jaroslav Tir). More.
An Update of the Formal Interstate Alliance Dataset, 1816-2010. More.
Is Anyone Listening? Crisis Signaling by the British House of Commons, 1918-2004. (with Dennis Foster) More.
2013-2016. D.M. Gibler. Intradispute Bargaining: Collecting and Coding Individual Incidents in the Militarized Interstate Dispute (MID) Data, 1816-2001. Funded by the National Science Foundation. More.
Does Force or Agreement Lead to Peace?: A Collection and Analysis of Militarized Interstate Dispute (MID) Settlement, 1816 to 2001. Funded by the National Science Foundation
Democracy and the Settlement of International Borders, 1919-2000 (with Andrew Owsiak). Forthcoming at Journal of Conflict Resolution More.
State Development, Parity, and International Conflict. Forthcoming at American Political Science Review. More.
An Analysis of the Militarized Interstate Dispute (MID) Dataset, 1816-2001. (with Steven Miller and Erin Little) Conditionally accepted for publication at International Studies Quarterly. More.
What They Fight For: Specific Territorial Issues in Militarized Interstate Disputes, 1816-2001. Forthcoming at Conflict Management and Peace Science. More
Heterogeneity in the Militarized Interstate Disputes (MIDs), 1816-2001: What Fatal MIDs Cannot Fix (with Erin Little). Forthcoming at Political Science Research and Methods. More.
Combining Behavioral and Structural Predictors of Violent Civil Conflict: Getting Scholars and Policymakers to Talk to Each Other. Forthcoming at International Studies Quarterly. More.
Examining the Development of Judicial Independence. (with Kirk A. Randazzo and Rebecca Reid) Forthcoming at Political Research Quarterly. More.
2014. D.M. Gibler and S.V. Miller. External Threats, State Capacity, and Civil War. Journal of Peace Research. More.
2014. D.M. Gibler. Contiguous States, Stable Borders and the Peace between Democracies. International Studies Quarterly. More.
2014. D.M. Gibler and Jaroslav Tir. Territorial Peace and Democratic Clustering. The Journal of Politics. More.
2013. D.M. Gibler and M.L. Hutchison. Territorial Issues, Audience Costs, and the Democratic Peace: The Importance of Issue Salience. The Journal of Politics. More.
2013. D.M. Gibler and S.V. Miller. Quick Victories? Territory, Democracies and Their Disputes. Journal of Conflict Resolution}. More.
2013. C.N. Kang and D.M. Gibler. An Assessment of the Validity of Empirical Measures of State Satisfaction with the Status Quo. European Journal of International Relations. More.
2012. D.M. Gibler, M.L. Hutchison, and S.V. Miller. Individual Identity Attachments and International Conflict: The Importance of Territorial Threat. Comparative Political Studies. More.
2012. D.M. Gibler and Alex Braithwaite. Dangerous Neighbours, Regional Territorial Conflict, and the Democratic Peace. British Journal of Political Science. More.
2012. D.M. Gibler and S.V. Miller. Comparing the Foreign Aid Policies of Presidents Bush and Obama. Social Science Quarterly. More.