My research focuses on International Relations, Comparative Politics, and Methods. In particular, I am interested in estimating and analyzing reputation effects in both internal and interstate conflicts. The rest of my research agenda focuses on developing tools for estimating formal model of conflict.
- Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Rochester - (Rochester, New York, United States) 2016
- M.A. in Political Science, University of Rochester - (Rochester, New York, United States) 2014
- B.A. in Political Science, Pennsylvania State University - (State College, Pennsylvania, United States) 2011
- Crisman-Cox, C. (2022). Democracy, reputation for resolve, and civil conflict. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 59(3), 382-394.
- Crisman-Cox, C. (2021). Estimating Substantive Effects in Binary Outcome Panel Models: A Comparison. JOURNAL OF POLITICS. (2), 532-546.
- Crisman-Cox, C., & Gibilisco, M. (2021). Estimating signaling games in international relations: problems and solutions. POLITICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH AND METHODS. (3), 565-582.
- Crisman-Cox, C., & Gibilisco, M. (2018). Audience Costs and the Dynamics of War and Peace. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE. 62(3), 566-580.
- Crisman-Cox, C. (2018). Enemies within: Interactions between Terrorists and Democracies. JOURNAL OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION. (8), 1661-1685.