Past Recipients

Year Recipient Title
2019 Jessica Edry Mastering the Double-Edged Sword: How Shallow Commitments to Human Rights Treaties Deepen over Time.
2018 Hannah Schmidt Making Electoral Peace: How Peacekeeping Activities Influence Electoral Violence
2016 Adam Scharpf Dirty Skills: Guerrilla Wars and Military Training at the School of the Americas
2014 Anita Gohdes Information, Connectivity, and Strategic State Repression
2014 Yuri M. Zhukov Peace Through Resettlement? Theory and Evidence from the NKVD Archives
2013 Daniel Milton Friends in Low Places: Military Arms, Repression, and Transnational Terrorism
2012 Daina Chiba International Institutions and the Durations of International Conflict and Post-conflict Peace
2011 Nils W. Metternich and Julian Wucherpfennig Rebel Group Interdependence and Duration of Civil War
2010 Jesse C. Johnson Do Alliances Matter? A Counterfactual Analysis of Alliance Formation and War Intervention
2009 Ursula Daxecker and Jacqueline DeMeritt TBD
2008 Daniela Donno TBD
2006 Shuhei Kurizaki TBD
2005 Michaela Mattes TBD
2004 Idean Salehyan TBD
2002 Carmela Lutmar TBD
2001 Belinda Bragg TBD
2000 Michael Simon TBD

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