Erik Gartzke


All's Well That Ends Well: A Reply to Oneal, Barbieri and Peters.

With Quan Li. 2003. Journal of Peace Research 40(6):727-732.

War, Peace, and the Invisible Hand: Positive Political Externalities of Economic Globalization.

With Quan Li. 2003. International Studies Quarterly 47(4):561-586

Testing War In the Error Term. With Damon Coletta. 2003. International Organization 57(2):445-448.




Measure for Measure: Concept Operationalization and the Trade Interdependence -- Conflict Debate.

With Quan Li. 2003. Journal of Peace Research 40(5):555-574.


Democracy and the Preparation for War: Does Regime Type Affect States’ Anticipation of Casualties? 2001. International Studies Quarterly 45(3):467-484.

Investing in the Peace: Economic Interdependence and International Conflict.

With Quan Li and Charles Boehmer. 2001. International Organization 55(2):391-438.

Preferences and the Democratic Peace. 2000. International Studies Quarterly 44(2):191- 210

War is in the Error Term. 1999. International Organization 53(3):567-587. 20.


Hot Hand: A Critical Analysis of Enduring Rivalries.

With Michael W. Simon. 1999.

Journal of Politics 61(3):777-798.



Kant We All Just Get Along?: Opportunity, Willingness, and the Origins of the Democratic Peace. 1998. American Journal of Political Science 42(1):1-27.

Thinking Globally or Acting Locally?: Determinants of the GATT Vote in Congress.

With J. Mark Wrighton. 1998. Legislative Studies Quarterly 23(1):33-55.

Congress and Back Seat Driving: An Information Theory of the War Powers Resolution. 1996. Policy Studies Journal 24(2):259-286.

Political System Similarity and the Choice of Allies: Do Democracies Flock Together, or Do Opposites Attract?

With Michael W. Simon. 1996. The Journal of Conflict Resolution 40(4):617-635.



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