Research Papers


This page contains Adobe PDF files of my published articles and working papers organized in descending temporal order within those categories. If you prefer to browse by topic you can find links to my research organized that way at my research page.

The papers are organized by whether they are working papers or published articles (including forthcoming studies). In the spirit of Gary King’s “Replication, Replication” (PS, Fall 1995), if data were used, an ascii file that contains the data is available for the studies published after 1996 (I failed to pay adequate attention to the server that housed the pre-1997 studies, and when it went off line, I lost those files).


Mini-Conference on Delegation and Independence in Domestic and International Law, February 2008, Tallahassee, FL.

Working Papers: These are papers on which I am actively working:

  • “Waterboarding in a Democracy? Torture, Political Threats and the Palliative Impact of Democratic Institutions,” Christian Davenport, Will H. Moore, & Dave Armstrong, unpublished working paper, July 2008.

These are papers I am unlikely to work further on.

Forthcoming Work

  • None at present.

Published Work:

  • “Domestic–International Conflict Linkages.” Will H. Moore and Ahmer Tarar. The International Studies Encyclopedia. Denemark, Robert A. (ed.) Blackwell Publishing. Blackwell Reference Online, 2010.
  • Risk Factors for Forced Migrant Flight,” Jacqueline H. Rubin & Will H. Moore, Conflict Management & Peace Science, 24(2):85 104, 2007.
    • The replication data is available as study #1319 at the ICPSR’s Publication Related Archive.
  • “Transnational Ethnic Ties and Foreign Policy,” Will H. Moore and David R. Davis, in David A. Lake and Donald Rothchild (eds.) Ethnic Fears and Global Engagement: The International Spread and Management of Ethnic Conflict, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998, pp. 89-103.

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