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Richard J. Stoll
Prof. Richard J. Stoll

School of Social Sciences , James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy

Rice University, USA

Professor


Email: stoll@rice.edu


Qualifications

1979 Ph.D., Political Science, University of Michigan, USA

1974 B.A., Political Science, University of Rochester, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. Boehmer, Charles R., Bernadette M.E. Jungblut, and Richard J. Stoll. 2011. “Tradeoffs in Trade Data.” Conflict Management and Peace Science 28(2): 145 –167.
  2. Bolks, Sean, and Richard J. Stoll. 2000. “The Arms Acquisition Process:  The Effect of Internal and External Constraints on Arms Race Dynamics.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 44(5): 580–603.
  3. Bolks, Sean, and Richard J. Stoll. 2003. “Examining Conflict Escalation Within the Civilizations Context.” Conflict Management and Peace Science 20(2): 85–109.
  4. Cusack, Thomas R., and Richard J. Stoll. 1990a. “Adaptation, State Survival and System Endurance: A Simulation Study.” International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique 11(2): 231–278.
  5. Cusack, Thomas R., and Richard J. Stoll. 1990b. Exploring Realpolitik: Probing International Relations Theory With Computer Simulation. Lynne Rienner Pub
  6. Eichenberg, Richard C, and Richard J Stoll. 2011. “Gender Difference or Parallel Publics? The Dynamics of Defense Spending Opinions in the United States, 1965-2007.” Journal of Conflict Resolution.
  7. Eichenberg, Richard C., and Richard J. Stoll. 2006. “War President: The Approval Ratings of George W. Bush.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 50(6): 783–808.
  8. Russett, Bruce, Harvey Starr and Richard J. Stoll (ed). 1989. Choices in World Politics: Sovereignty and Interdependence. W H Freeman & Co (Sd).
  9. Stoll, Richard J. 1987. “System and State in International Politics: A Computer Simulation of Balancing in an Anarchic World.” International Studies Quarterly 31(4): 387–402.
  10. Stoll, Richard J. and Michael Ward (ed.). 1989. Power in World Politics. Lynne Rienner Pub.
  11. Stoll, Richard J. 1990. “The Russians Are Coming: A Computer Simulation.” Armed Forces & Society 16(2): 193–213.
  12. Stoll, Richard J. 1992. “Steaming in the Dark? Rules, Rivals, and the British Navy, 1860-1913.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 36(2): 263–283.
  13. Stoll, Richard J. 1998. “Nice states finish ... pretty well: Collective security behavior in militarized interstate disputes, 1816–1992.” International Interactions 24(3): 287–313.
  14. Stoll, Richard J. 2011a. “Civil Engineering: Does a Realist World Influence the Onset of Civil Wars?” Simulation & Gaming 42(6): 747–770.
  15. Stoll, Richard J. 2011b. “Is Chinese Foreign Policy Targeting Sub-Saharan Africa?”  http://www.bakerinstitute.org/publications/ EF-pub-RiseOfChinaStoll-120211-WEB.pdf/view?searchterm=oil
  16. Maoz, Zeev, Alex Mintz, Cliff Morgan, Glenn Palmer and Richard J. Stoll. 2004.  Multiple Paths to Knowledge in International Relations: Methodology in the Study of Conflict Management and Conflict Resolution.  Lexington Books, Lanham, MD. 2004.
  17. Subramanian, Devika, and Richard Stoll. 2006. “Events, Patterns, and Analysis: Forecasting International Conflict in the Twenty-First Century.” In Programming for Peace: Computer-Aided Methods for International Conflict Resolution and Prevention.  Edited by Robert Trappl, New York, New York: Springer, p. 145–160.