Sarah Kreps
Sarah Kreps
Professor of Government, Cornell University
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COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and hesitancy in low-and middle-income countries
JS Solís Arce, SS Warren, NF Meriggi, A Scacco, N McMurry, M Voors, ...
Nature medicine 27 (8), 1385-1394, 2021
Factors associated with US adults’ likelihood of accepting COVID-19 vaccination
S Kreps, S Prasad, JS Brownstein, Y Hswen, BT Garibaldi, B Zhang, ...
JAMA network open 3 (10), e2025594-e2025594, 2020
Release strategies and the social impacts of language models
I Solaiman, M Brundage, J Clark, A Askell, A Herbert-Voss, J Wu, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1908.09203, 2019
Model uncertainty, political contestation, and public trust in science: Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic
SE Kreps, DL Kriner
Science advances 6 (43), eabd4563, 2020
The foreign policy consequences of trade: China’s commercial relations with Africa and Latin America, 1992–2006
GA Flores-Macías, SE Kreps
The Journal of Politics 75 (2), 357-371, 2013
Agents of destruction? Applying principal-agent analysis to state-sponsored terrorism
D Byman, SE Kreps
International Studies Perspectives 11 (1), 1-18, 2010
Cadmium in the environment: sources, mechanisms of biotoxicity, and biomarkers
F Pinot, SE Kreps, M Bachelet, P Hainaut, M Bakonyi, BS Polla
Reviews on environmental health 15 (3), 299-324, 2000
Elite consensus as a determinant of alliance cohesion: Why public opinion hardly matters for NATO-led operations in Afghanistan
S Kreps
Foreign policy analysis 6 (3), 191-215, 2010
All the news that’s fit to fabricate: AI-generated text as a tool of media misinformation
S Kreps, RM McCain, M Brundage
Journal of experimental political science 9 (1), 104-117, 2022
Coalitions of convenience: United States military interventions after the cold war
SE Kreps
Oxford University Press, 2011
Drone warfare
J Kaag, S Kreps
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
Separating fact from fiction in the debate over drone proliferation
MC Horowitz, SE Kreps, M Fuhrmann
International Security 41 (2), 7-42, 2016
Americans’ perceptions of privacy and surveillance in the COVID-19 pandemic
B Zhang, S Kreps, N McMurry, RM McCain
Plos one 15 (12), e0242652, 2020
International law, military effectiveness, and public support for drone strikes
SE Kreps, GPR Wallace
Journal of Peace Research 53 (6), 830-844, 2016
Targeting nuclear programs in war and peace: A quantitative empirical analysis, 1941-2000
M Fuhrmann, SE Kreps
Journal of Conflict Resolution 54 (6), 831-859, 2010
Escalation firebreaks in the cyber, conventional, and nuclear domains: moving beyond effects-based logics
S Kreps, J Schneider
Journal of Cybersecurity 5 (1), tyz007, 2019
Public attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccination: The role of vaccine attributes, incentives, and misinformation
S Kreps, N Dasgupta, JS Brownstein, Y Hswen, DL Kriner
npj Vaccines 6 (1), 73, 2021
Drones: What everyone needs to know
SE Kreps
Oxford University Press, 2016
The use of unmanned aerial vehicles in contemporary conflict: A legal and ethical analysis
S Kreps, J Kaag
Polity 44 (2), 260-285, 2012
Flying under the radar: A study of public attitudes towards unmanned aerial vehicles
S Kreps
Research & Politics 1 (1), 2053168014536533, 2014
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