Andrew G. Long Department of Political Science January 2016

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Andrew G. Long
Department of Political Science
January 2016
228c Waters Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506-4030
Email: [email protected]
Office: 785.532.0448
Fax: 785.532.2339
Academic Positions
Director. Security Studies Program. Kansas State University. 2012-present.
Associate Professor. Department of Political Science. Kansas State University. 2010-present.
Assistant Professor. Department of Political Science. Kansas State University. 2007-2010.
Assistant Professor. Department of Political Science. University of Mississippi. 2003-2007.
Research Associate. Public Policy Research Center and Social Science Research Laboratory.
University of Mississippi. 2004-2007.
Education
Florida State University. Political Science. Ph.D. May 2004.
Florida State University. Political Science. M.S. May 2000.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Political Science. B.A. May 1998.
Publications
n.d. “Trade Interdependence and the Use of Force: Do Issues Matter?,” with Sam R. Bell.
International Interactions Forthcoming.
2013. “Is Food Security The New Tariff? Explaining Changes in Sanitary and Phytosanitary
Regulatory Notifications of World Trade Organization Members,” with Raymond Kassatly and
Justin Kastner. Global Economy Journal 13:25-46.
2008. “Bilateral Trade in the Shadow of Armed Conflict.” International Studies Quarterly. 52: 81-101.
2007. “Allying for Peace: Treaty Obligations and Conflict between Allies,” with Timothy Nordstrom
and Kyeonghi Baek. Journal of Politics 69:1103-1117.
2006. “Trading for Security: Military Alliances and Economic Agreements,” with Brett Ashley Leeds.
Journal of Peace Research 43:433-451.
2003. “Defense Pacts and International Trade.” Journal of Peace Research. 40: 537-552.
2002. “Alliance Treaty Obligations and Provisions, 1815-1944,” with Brett Ashley Leeds, Jeffrey M.
Ritter, and Sara McLaughlin Mitchell. International Interactions 28:237-260.
2000. “Re-evaluating Alliance Reliability: Specific Threats, Specific Promises,” with Brett Ashley
Leeds, and Sara McLaughlin Mitchell. Journal of Conflict Resolution 44:686-699. Also reprinted in
Simmons, Beth A., ed. 2008. International Law. New York: Sage Publications.
Working Papers
2015. “Foreign Patronage and Civil War,” with Juste Codjo. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the
Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago, Illinois, April 2015.
2015. “A Brighter Future? Trade, Military Intervention and Civil Conflicts,” with Sam R. Bell.
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago, Illinois,
April 2015.
2013. “Presidents, Foreign Policy Power and Militarized Conflict.” Presented at the Annual General
Conference of the European Political Science Association in Barcelona, Spain, June 2013
2011. “Domestic Terrorism and Bilateral Trade, 1970-2000,” with Stephen C. Nemeth and Craig J.
Stapley. Presented at the Joint BISA-ISA Convention in Edinburgh, Scotland, June 2012.
2009. “Relational Contracting and Alliance Formation,” with Ethan Bernick. Presented at the
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association in Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
September 2009.
2008. “Major Powers and Membership in International Environmental Agreements,” with Renato
Corbetta. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association in
Chicago, IL. April 3-6, 2008.
Grants and Awards
Office of Research. Kansas State University. 2010. University Small Research Grant ($3,000).
Research support for “Expanding the IMI Dataset for Dyadic Analysis,” with Sam Bell.
Office of Research. Kansas State University. 2008. Faculty Development Award ($1,500).
International Travel Support for presentation of “A Dynamic Model of Bilateral Trade and
Conflict,” with Emizet Kisangani and Harvey D. Palmer at the 2009 Jan Tinbergen European Peace
Science Conference in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. June 29-July 1, 2009.
Institute for Twentieth Century Studies. Kansas State University. 2008. International Travel Grant
($2,200). Presentation of “Alliance Formation: A Multilevel Model,” with Ethan Bernick at CISS
Millenium Conference in Paris, France. June 13-15, 2008.
College of Liberal Arts. University of Mississippi. 2006 Summer Research Grant ($6,500).
United Nations Peacekeeping and Post-Conflict Development. Principle Investigator: Andrew G.
Long.
College of Liberal Arts. University of Mississippi. 2004 Summer Research Grant ($6,200).
Analyzing the Consequences of Conflict for Bilateral Trade. Principle Investigator: Andrew G.
Long.
National Science Foundation Grant. (SES-0241877) ($5,504) Doctoral Dissertation Research in
Political Science: Rational Expectations, International Trade, and Interstate Conflict. CoPrinciple Investigators: Andrew G. Long and Will H. Moore.
George W. Pruet Jr. Award. Best Graduate Paper in Political Science 2000-2001 Academic Year
($100 Award). Florida State University.
Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Methodology Fellowship ($2000).
Department of Political Science. Florida State University. Summer 2000.
Research and Educational Experience
Research Assistant. NSF Grant Project SES-0095983. Alliance Treaty Obligations and
Provisions: Designing Reliable International Agreements. July 2001-July 2003.
ICPSR. Summer Program in Quantitative Methods. University of Michigan. 2000.
Maximum Likelihood Estimation I. Dr. Charles Franklin.
Teaching
Undergraduate Courses:
Introduction to Political Science
Introduction to International Relations.
Politics of the World Economy.
International Conflict.
Graduate Courses:
International Relations.
International Conflict and Security.
International Political Economy.
Research Methods in Security Studies.
International Cooperation
Qualitative Methodology
Extensions to Regression Analysis
Professional Memberships and Service
Reviewer:
American Political Science Review
American Journal of Political Science
The Journal of Politics
International Studies Quarterly
Journal of Conflict Resolution
Journal of Peace Research
International Interactions
Conflict Management and Peace Science
Comparative Political Studies
References
Dr. Jeffrey J. Pickering
Chair
Department of Political Science
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
[email protected]
Dr. David Stone
Executive Director
Institute for Military History
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
[email protected]
Dr. Joseph Aistrup
Associate Dean
College of Arts and Sciences
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
[email protected]
Professional Association Memberships:
American Political Science Association
Midwest Political Science Association
International Studies Association
Peace Science Society (International)
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