Books

Gent, Stephen, and Mark Crescenzi, 2021. “Market Power Politics: War, Institutions, and Strategic Delay in World Politics.” Oxford University Press

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. 2018. “Of Friends and Foes: Reputation and Learning in International Politics.”  Oxford University Press.

  • This research was generously supported by the National Science Foundation (HSD-0729405). Thank you NSF!

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. 2005. Economic Interdependence and Conflict in World Politics.” Lexington Books.

 

Articles

Published

Reid, Lindsay, Kelly Kadera, Rachel Myrick, and Mark Crescenzi, 2020. “Conflict Environments and Civil War Onset.” the Journal of Global Security Studies

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. and Bailee Donahue, 2017. “Rediscovering Reputation Through Theory and Evidence” in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, ed. William Thompson. New York: Oxford University Press.

Crescenzi, Mark J.C.  and Bailee Donahue, 2017. “Reputation in International Relations” in Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations, ed. Patrick James. New York: Oxford University Press. (Annotated Bibliography)

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. and Kelly M. Kadera. 2016. “Built to Last: Understanding the Link between Democracy and Conflict in the International System” International Studies Quarterly

Gent, Stephen, Mark J.C. Crescenzi, Elizabeth Menninga, and Lindsay Reid. 2015. “The Reputation Trap of NGO Accountability.” International Theory, 7(3):(forthcoming, October 2015).

Crescenzi, Mark J.C., Rebecca Best and Christine Carpino. (2013) “An Analysis of the TABARI Coding System”  Conflict Management and Peace Science Vol. 30(4): 335-348. .

  • This research was generously supported by the National Science Foundation (HSD-0729405). Thank you NSF!

Crescenzi, Mark J.C., Jacob D. Kathman, Katja B. Kleinberg, and Reed M. Wood. 2012. “Reliability, Reputation, and Alliance Formation” in International Studies Quarterly

  • This research was generously supported by the National Science Foundation (SES-0450111, HSD-0729405). Thank you NSF!
  • Replication Data

Crescenzi, Mark J.C., Kelly M. Kadera, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, and Clayton L. Thyne. 2011 “A Supply Side Theory of Mediation” in International Studies Quarterly

Crescenzi, Mark J.C., Rebecca Best, and Bo Ram Kwon. 2010 “Reciprocity in International Relations” in International Studies Association Compendium Project http://www.isacompss.com/

 

Mitchell, Sara M., Kelly M. Kadera and Mark J.C. Crescenzi. 2009 “Practicing Democratic Community Norms: Third Party Conflict Management and Successful Settlements” in International Conflict Mediation: New Approaches and Findings. Jacob Bercovitch and Scott Gartner, eds., Routledge Press.

Crescenzi, Mark, Andrew Enterline and Stephen Long 2008. “Bringing Cooperation Back In: A Dynamic Model of Interstate InteractionConflict Management and Peace Science, Vol.25(3).

  • This research was generously supported by the National Science Foundation (SES-0450111). Thank you NSF!
  • Replication Data

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. 2007. “Reputation and Interstate Conflict (Of Friends and Foes).” American Journal of Political Science.

  • This research was generously supported by the National Science Foundation (SES-0450111). Thank you NSF!
  • Replication Data 

Crescenzi, Mark, Jacob Kathman and Stephen Long 2007. “Reputation, History and War.” Journal of Peace Research.

  • This research was generously supported by the National Science Foundation (SES-0450111). Thank you NSF!
  • Replication Data

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. 2003. “Economic Exit, Interdependence, and Conflict: An Empirical Analysis.” The Journal of Politics. 65(3).

Kadera, Kelly M., Mark J.C. Crescenzi, and Megan L. Shannon. 2003. “Democratic Survival, Peace and War in the International System.” American Journal of Political Science. 47(2).

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. 2003.”Interdependence, and Conflict: When Does Symmetry Matter?Conflict Management and Peace Science. 20(1).

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. and Andrew J. Enterline. 2001. “Time Remembered: A Dynamic Model of Interstate Interaction.International Studies Quarterly. 45(3).

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. 1999. “Violence and Uncertainty in Transitions.” Journal of Conflict Resolution.43(2).

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. and Andrew J. Enterline. 1999. “Ripples from the Waves?: A Systemic, Time-series Analysis of the Impact of Regime Changes on Interstate Conflict, 1816-1992.” Journal of Peace Research. 36(1).

Diehl, Paul F. and Mark J.C. Crescenzi. 1998. “Reconfiguring the Arms Race-War Debate.” Journal of Peace Research. 35(1).

 

Chapters:

Mark J.C. Crescenzi, Rebecca Best and Bo Ram Kwon, 2010 “Reciprocity in International Relations.”  International Studies Association Compendium Project. Blackwell.  http://www.isacompss.com/

Sara M. Mitchell, Kelly M. Kadera, and Mark J.C. Crescenzi, 2009. “Practicing Democratic Community Norms: Third Party Conflict Management and Successful Settlements.” in International Conflict Mediation: New Approaches and Findings. Jacob Bercovitch and Scott Gartner, eds. Routledge Press, pp 243-263.

Reviews and Other Publications:

Mark J.C. Crescenzi, 2017. “How Trading Similar Goods Makes States More Cooperative” for International Studies Review. A review of Intra-Industry Trade: Cooperation and Conflict in the Global Political Economy,” by Cameron Thies and Timothy Peterson. Stanford University Press (2016).

Mark J.C. Crescenzi, 2008. Review of Senese, Paul D. and John A. Vasquez.  The Steps to War: An Empirical Study (Princeton University Press), for PS.

Mark J.C. Crescenzi, 1999. Review of Papayoanou, Paul A. 1999. Power Ties: Economic Interdependence, Balancing, and War (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press), for the Journal of Politics.

In Progress:

Drafts available upon request, but please do not cite without permission.

Kadera, Kelly M., Lindsay Reid, Rachel Myrick, and Mark J.C. Crescenzi, “Regime Change, Global Democratic Strength, and the Conflict Environment.” in revisions

Reid, Lindsay, Rachel Myrick, Kelly M. Kadera, and Mark J.C. Crescenzi, “Conflict Resolution in Conflict Environments.”