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      Stephen Gent
    International conflict, civil conflict, military intervention, conflict management, game theory more...
    Stephen Gent
    Email:gent@unc.edu
    Webpage:http://gent.web.unc.edu/
    Telephone:(919) 962-3044
    Title:Associate Professor, Political Science
    Department/School:Political Science
    Appointment:2005
    Education:PHD Political Science, University of Rochester 2005; MA Political Science, University of Rochester 2003; BA Political Science and Spanish, University of Mississippi 1999
    World Area Of Study:
    International (100%)
    Languages:
    Spanish (limited working proficiency)
    Specialization:International conflict, civil conflict, military intervention, conflict management, game theory
    Relevant Experience:
    Distinctions:
    Dissertations and Theses Supervised in Past 5 Years:1
    Relevant Courses Taught:POLI750 - International Relations Theory I; POLI289 - Strategy and International Relations; POLI754 - Formal Models of International Relations; POLI150H - International Relations and World Politics (Honors); POLI783 - Introductory Statistics; POLI691H - Honors Seminar on Research Design; POLI457 - International Conflict Processes
    Selected Publications:
    1. Gent, Stephen E. “Strange Bedfellows: The Strategic Dynamics of Major Power Military Intervention.” Journal of Politics, Vol. 69, No. 4, 1089-1102. 2007.
    2. Gent, Stephen E., and Megan Shannon. "The Effectiveness of International Arbitration and Adjudication: Getting Into a Bind." Journal of Politics, vol. 72, no. 2, 366–380. 2010.
    3. Gent, Stephen E., and Megan Shannon. 2010. “Decision Control and the Pursuit of Binding Conflict Management: Choosing the Ties that Bind.” Forthcoming, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 55, No. 5, 710-734. 2011.
    4. Gent, Stephen E. "Going in When it Counts: Military Intervention and the Outcome of Civil Conflicts." International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 52, No. 4, 2008.
    Last Updated:26-MAR-12
     
     

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