Joseph J. Ruggiero

Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University

About Curriculum vitae

I use formal theory and empirical methods to research international politics, conflict, and political economy. My focus is on applying game theory and structural estimation methods to study dynamic models of war, but I am also working on models of strategic information transmission and games on networks.

Working papers

Bargaining, War, and Cooperation in the Long Run

Economic Growth in the Shadow of Power

Nation Persuasion: Political Regimes Under Influence

Some for the Price of One: Vote Buying on a Network (w/ Perry Carter)


Preventive War and Sovereign Debt (w/ Colin Krainin, Kris Ramsay, & Bella Wang)

Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2021

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