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Archive: Schneider, Oct 08, 2009, "International Political Business Cycles"
Christina Schneider, University of California, San Diego “International Political Business Cycles” More)
Archive: Bradford, Oct 15, 2009, "Global Climate Change Treaty and the Credibility of Enforcement"
Anu Bradford, University of Chicago “Global Climate Change Treaty and the Credibility of Enforcement” More)
Archive: Ahmed, Oct 22, 2009, "Unearned Foreign Income and Autocratic Survival"
Faisal Ahmed, University of Chicago “Unearned Foreign Income and Autocratic Survival” More)
Archive: Vreeland, Oct 29, 2009, "The Costs of Favoritism: Is Politically-driven Aid Less Effective?"
James Vreeland, Georgetown University “The Costs of Favoritism: Is Politically-driven Aid Less Effective?” More)
Archive: Tierney, Nov 05, 2009, "TBD: Testing Alexander Thompson’s UNSC Theory with British Public"
Michael Tierney, College of William and Mary “TBD: Testing Alexander Thompson’s UNSC Theory with British Public” More)
Archive: Croco, Nov 12, 2009, "Audience Costs and International Conflict"
Sarah Croco, University of Maryland “Audience Costs and International Conflict” More)
Archive: Kadercan, Nov 19, 2009, "Political Survival and Bargaining Models of War: Exploring Territorial Wars from 1648 till Present"
Burak Kadercan, University of Chicago “Political Survival and Bargaining Models of War: Exploring Territorial Wars from 1648 till Present” More)
Archive: Copelovitch, Jan 14, 2010, "Sore Losers? GATT/WTO Disputes and Exchange Rate Policy Choice"
Mark Copelovitch, University of Wisconsin, Madison “Sore Losers? GATT/WTO Disputes and Exchange Rate Policy Choice” More)
Archive: Ruby, Jan 07, 2010, "Fearing Fear Itself: Terror, Panic and the Public Threat to National Security"
Keven Ruby, University of Chicago “Fearing Fear Itself: Terror, Panic and the Public Threat to National Security” More)
Archive: Inbar, Jan 28, 2010, "The Rise and Demise of the 2-State Paradigm: What Next?"
Efraim Inbar, Bar-Ilan University “The Rise and Demise of the 2-State Paradigm: What Next?” More)
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