Ph.D., University of Iowa
Daniel Morey is an Associate Professor in Political Science; he received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Iowa. He specializes in the study of international relations, with special interest in international conflict. Recent research articles have appeared in the American Journal of Political Science, International Studies Quarterly, and Conflict Management and Peace Science. Current research projects include modeling the rivalry process, the influence of IOs on conflict duration, and the politics of military coalitions.
Area of Specialization - International Relations, International Conflict, Rivlary, Military Coalitions, and Dynamic Models.
Daniel S. Morey. 2011. “When War Brings Peace: A Dynamic Model of the Rivalry Process.” American Journal of Political Science 55 (2): 263-275.
Megan Shannon, Daniel S. Morey, and Frederick J. Boehmke. 2010. “The Influence of International Organizations on Militarized Dispute Initiation and Duration.” International Studies Quarterly 54: 1123-1141.
Daniel S. Morey. 2009. “Conflict and the Duration of Peace in Enduring Internal Rivalries.” Conflict Management and Peace Science 26 (4): 331-345.
Frederick J. Boehmke, Daniel S. Morey, and Megan Shannon. 2006. “Selection Bias and Continuous-Time Duration Models: Consequences and a Proposed Solution.” American Journal of Political Science 50 (1): 192-207.