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Roseanne McManus
Roseanne McManus
Associate Professor of Political Science, Pennsylvania State University
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The COW-2 International Organizations Dataset Version 3.0
JC Pevehouse, R McManus, T Nordstrom, M Shannon, M Widmann
Find this resource, 2016
649*2016
Tracking organizations in the world: The Correlates of War IGO Version 3.0 datasets
JCW Pevehouse, T Nordstrom, RW McManus, AS Jamison
Journal of Peace Research 57 (3), 492-503, 2020
1602020
The MID5 Dataset, 2011–2014: Procedures, coding rules, and description
G Palmer, RW McManus, V D’Orazio, MR Kenwick, M Karstens, C Bloch, ...
Conflict Management and Peace Science 39 (4), 470-482, 2022
932022
The Logic of “Offstage” Signaling: Domestic Politics, Regime Type, and Major Power-Protégé Relations
RW McManus, K Yarhi-Milo
International Organization 71 (4), 701-733, 2017
892017
Updating the militarized interstate dispute data: A response to Gibler, Miller, and Little
G Palmer, V D'Orazio, MR Kenwick, RW McManus
International Studies Quarterly 64 (2), 469-475, 2020
742020
Statements of Resolve: Achieving Coercive Credibility in International Conflict
RW McManus
Cambridge University Press, 2017
742017
Making it personal: The role of leader-specific signals in extended deterrence
RW McManus
The Journal of Politics 80 (3), 982-995, 2018
702018
Fighting words The effectiveness of statements of resolve in international conflict
RW McManus
Journal of Peace Research 51 (6), 726-740, 2014
602014
Threats and Assurances in Crisis Bargaining
AH Kydd, RW McManus
Journal of Conflict Resolution 61 (2), 325-348, 2017
582017
Identifying the level of major power support signaled for protégés: A latent measure approach
RW McManus, MD Nieman
Journal of Peace Research 56 (3), 364-378, 2019
452019
Revisiting the Madman Theory: Evaluating the Impact of Different Forms of Perceived Madness in Coercive Bargaining
RW McManus
Security Studies 28 (5), 976-1009, 2019
322019
Crazy Like a Fox? Are Leaders with Reputations for Madness More Successful at International Coercion?
RW McManus
British Journal of Political Science 51 (1), 275-293, 2021
222021
The Impact of Context on the Ability of Leaders to Signal Resolve
RW McManus
International Interactions 43 (3), 453-479, 2017
212017
The Domestic Sources of International Reputation
MA Goldfien, MF Joseph, RW Mcmanus
American Political Science Review 117 (2), 609-628, 2023
102023
The role of statements of resolve in international conflict
RW McManus
THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON, 2014
32014
The Militarized Interstate Dispute Dataset: Putting Things in Perspective
G Palmer, V D'Orazio, MR Kenwick, RW McManus
International Studies Quarterly 64 (2), 480-481, 2020
22020
Sending the B team: The impact of lesser signals of resolve
RW McManus, T Sendinç
Journal of Peace Research, 00223433241243194, 2024
2024
Resolve, Reputation, and Foreign Policy
RW McManus
The Oxford Handbook of Foreign Policy Analysis, 429, 2024
2024
Crazy Like a Fox? Are Leaders with Reputations for Madness More Successful at International Coercion?-CORRIGENDUM
RW McManus
British Journal of Political Science 51 (1), 294-307, 2021
2021
Resolve in International Politics. By Joshua D. Kertzer. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2016. 264p. $39.50 cloth.
RW McManus
Perspectives on Politics 16 (2), 465-466, 2018
2018
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