Research

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Millard, Matthew and Chase Porter. 2018. “Testing the Hard Case: Reactive Devaluation, Iran, and Nuclear Negotiation” Journal of Political Science. 46.

Millard, Matthew. 2018. "Rethinking the Kantian Peace: Evidence from a Liberal, Moderate, and Conservative Measure of Norm Diffusion." New Global Studies, 12.3:325-341.

Millard, Matthew. 2017. “A Tale of Two Systems: Learning to Cooperate and Compete in the International System.”  Spectra, 6(1).

Millard, Matthew. 2017. “Challenging Institutions: Getting Goods or Getting your own Institutions?” Journal of Regional Studies. 

Millard, Matthew. Editor and forward, Special Curated Issue, Conflict Management and Peace Science, (Alliances).  2016.  http://cmp.sagepub.com/site/VSI/Reexamining_Alliance_Literature.xhtml

 

Working Papers

Millard, M.C. & Bachus, T. "Nobody Knows What Goes on Behind Closed Doors: Targeting, Division of Goods, and Secret Alliances". Submitted to JOGS.

Gartzke, E., Millard, M.C., & Hulme, P.  "Throwing in the Towel:  Democracies and the Acceptance of Defeat".  Submitted to IS.

Millard, M.C. "Of Mountains, Rivers, and Oceans: Territorial Effects on Military Expenditures".  Submitted to ISQ.

Reid, M.R. & Millard, M.C. "The Hidden Utility of Brexit".  Submitted to EJPR.

Millard, M.C. "When States Copy: An Analysis of  Alliance Texts and Learning in International Relations". 

Millard, M.C. “Making the Conflict Jump: Evidence for Causal Mechanism of Diffusive Violence”.

                   

Non Peer-Reviewed Publications

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Millard, Matthew. 2009. Gender-Based Violence in Darfur" Gold Star Journal (The Citadel):8-22.

Conference Presentations (selected)

Institute for Human Studies, Scholarship and Free Society, June 2012

“Conflicting notions: Locke, Property, Virtue, and Early American Republican Thought.”

                           

University of South Carolina, Graduate Student Conference, February 2013

“The Calculus of the Casualty-Aversion Hypothesis: Afghanistan, Public Opinion in the

Use of Drones, and Elite Strategic Choice.”

                                                              

Texas A&M, Reflections on Violence Conference, March 2013                                               “Gender-Based Violence in Darfur.”

                           

Southern Political Science Conference, January 2015

“Uncle Sam is here to Help: An Analysis of US Involvement in International Crises, 1919-2007."

                                                                 

International Studies Association Conference, February 2015

“Uncle Sam is here to Help: An Analysis of US Involvement in International Crises, 1919-2007."

                                                                    Educational Studies in Psychology and Research Methodology, April 2015

“Revisiting Reactive Devaluation: The Case of Nuclear Weapons” (poster presentation)

                                              

Southern Political Science Association, January 2016

"Revisiting Reactive Devaluation: The Case of Nuclear Weapons”

International Studies Association (Southern), October 2015

"Learning to Race: An Analysis of the Soviet/American Arms Race."

                               

International Studies Association (Midwest), November 2015

“Learning the Trade: State Leaders and the Teaching of International Relations”

International Studies Association (Midwest), November 2016

“Learning to Become Friends: Plagiarism and the Making of International Alliances”

 

International Studies Association (Midwest), November 2016

“Introducing the PLAD Dataset: Plagiarism, Leaders, and Alliances Data"

Southern Political Science Association,

January 2017

“Learning to Become Friends: Plagiarism and the Making of International Alliances”

International Studies Association

February 2017
“Learning Different Lessons: New State Membership, MID Success, and MID Initiation”

International Studies Association

February 2017

"Learning to Become Friends: Plagiarism and the Making of International Alliances”

 

Midwest Political Science Association

March 2017 (with Matthew Reid Krell, University of Alabama)

“The Hidden Utility of Brexit”

American Political Science Association. September 2017 “Learning Different Lessons: Externalizing Rivalry Lessons to Unrelated MIDs”
 
International Studies Association (Midwest), November 2017-(with Doug Gibler, University of Alabama)

“Why States Ally: Using Alliance Texts to Understand Choice”
 
International Studies Association, February 2018       

“Is Anyone Listening? Crisis Signaling by the British House of Commons, 1918-2004”

American Political Science Association, August 2018

"Keeping it Secret: Selection into Secret Alliances and Internal Signaling"

ISA, 2019
"Military Expenditure and Size as a Function of Border Threat and Historical Experience"


ISA, 2019
"Keeping it Secret: Secret Alliance Texts as Signaling and Coordination Agreements"


MPSA, 2019
"Of Mountains, Battleships, and Tanks: Territorial Effcts on Military Expenditures"


CEEISA-ISA, 2019
"Military Expenditure and Size as a Function of Border Threat and Historical Experience"


CEE-ISA, 2019
"Nobody Knows What Goes on Behind Closed Doors: Experience and Secret Diplomacy"

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