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Benjamin Bagozzi, PhD (The Pennsylvania State University,
2013) joined the department in 2015. His primary areas of specialization are
political methodology and international relations. Within international
relations, his research and teaching interests include environmental politics,
international political economy, and the study of intra and international
political violence. Methodologically, he teaches and conducts research in
computational social science, text analysis, event data, and the analysis of
Bagozzi, Benjamin E., Daniel Berliner, and Ryan Welch. 2021. "The Diversity of Repression: Measuring State Repressive Repertoires with Events Data.'' Journal of Peace Research. 58(5): 1126-1136.
Erlich, Aaron, Daniel Berliner, Brian Palmer-Rubin, and Benjamin E. Bagozzi. 2021. "Media Attention and Bureaucratic Responsiveness.'' Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 31(4): 687-703.
Anderson, Noel, Benjamin E. Bagozzi and Ore Koren. 2021. "Addressing Monotone Likelihood in Duration Modeling of Political Events.'' British Journal of Political Science. 51(4): 1654-1671.
Maduka-Ezeh, Awele, Ikwesilotuto T. Ezeh, Benjamin E. Bagozzi, Jennifer A. Horney, Somawina Nwegbu, Joseph E. Trainor. 2021. "US Immigrants' Experiences with the Covid-19 Pandemic---Findings from Online Focus Groups.'' Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice. 14(1): 31-55.
Bagozzi, Benjamin E., Daniel Berliner, and Zack W. Almquist. 2021. "When Does Open Government Shut? Predicting Government Responses to Citizen Information Requests.'' Regulation & Governance. 15(2): 280-297.
Berliner, Daniel, Benjamin E. Bagozzi, Brian Palmer-Rubin, and Aaron Erlich. 2021. "The Political Logic of Government Disclosure: Evidence from Information Requests in Mexico.'' Journal of Politics. 83(1): 229-245.
Koren, Ore, Benjamin E. Bagozzi, and Thomas S. Benson. 2021. "Food and Water Insecurity as Causes of Social Unrest: Evidence from Geolocated Twitter Data.'' Journal of Peace Research. 58(1): 67-82.
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