Michael Koch
Michael Koch
Associate Professor of Political Science Texas A&M
Verified email at pols.tamu.edu
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In the defense of women: Gender, office holding, and national security policy in established democracies
MT Koch, SA Fulton
The Journal of Politics 73 (01), 1-16, 2011
Should I Stay or Should I Go Now? Partisanship, Approval, and the Duration of Major Power Democratic Military Interventions
MT Koch, P Sullivan
The Journal of Politics 72 (03), 616-629, 2010
Military Intervention by Powerful States, 1945—2003
PL Sullivan, MT Koch
Journal of Peace Research 46 (5), 707-718, 2009
Testing the “Dick Cheney” hypothesis: do governments of the left attract more terrorism than governments of the right?
MT Koch, S Cranmer
Conflict Management and Peace Science 24 (4), 311-326, 2007
Casualties and Constituencies Democratic Accountability, Electoral Institutions, and Costly Conflicts
M Koch, SS Gartner
Journal of Conflict Resolution 49 (6), 874-894, 2005
Governments, partisanship, and foreign policy: The case of dispute duration
MT Koch
Journal of Peace Research 46 (6), 799-817, 2009
Testing competing institutional explanations of the democratic peace: The case of dispute duration
BB Mesquita, MT Koch, RM Siverson
Conflict Management and Peace Science 21 (4), 255-267, 2004
War Voting Interstate Disputes, the Economy, and Electoral Outcomes
LK Williams, DJ Brule, M Koch
Conflict Management and Peace Science 27 (5), 442-460, 2010
The political consequences of terrorism: Terror events, casualties, and government duration
LK Williams, MT Koch, JM Smith
International Studies Perspectives 14 (3), 343-361, 2013
Casualties and incumbents: Do the casualties from interstate conflicts affect incumbent party vote share?
MT Koch
British Journal of Political Science 41 (04), 795-817, 2011
Jumping into the fray: Alliances, power, institutions, and the timing of conflict expansion
MM Melin, MT Koch
International interactions 36 (1), 1-27, 2010
Death and Turnout: The Human Costs of War and Voter Participation in Democracies
T Koch, Michael, SP Nicholson
American Journal of Political Science, 2015
Dictators and Death: Casualty Sensitivity of Autocracies in Militarized Interstate Disputes
CV Sirin, MT Koch
International Studies Quarterly 59 (4), 802-814, 2015
Deterring or Mobilizing? The Influence of Government Partisanship and Force on the Frequency, Lethality and Suicide Attacks of Terror Events
M Koch, B Tkach
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 18 (2), 2012
Some Agents are Freer than Others: Variation in the Reelection Incentive, Agency Loss, and the Timing of Democratic Interstate Conflict
MT Koch
Presidential Studies Quarterly 46 (4), 828-848, 2016
Building a reputation: Government partisanship, the use of force and the frequency and lethality of terror events
MT Koch
annual meeting of the International Studies Association. San Diego, CA, 2006
Reevaluating the Gambling for Resurrection Problem: Does it Matter Whether Principals are Parties or Voters?
MT Koch
Democracy and Counterterrorism: Lessons from the Past-ed. by Robert J. Art and Louise Richardson
MT Koch
Journal of Conflict Studies 28, 163, 2008
Parliaments and Foreign Policy: Parties, Costs, and Conflict Behavior
MT Koch
University of California, Davis, 2002
War Terms? Term Limits, Election Cycles, and Interstate Conflict
MT Koch, DW Kuberski
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