Faculty: Rafael Reuveny
Reports and Publications:
- "Reconsidering trade and conflict simultaneity: The risk of emphasizing technique over substance," (with O. Keshk), Conflict Management and Peace Science, 30 (1): 11-18 (2013)
- "On revolt and endogenous economic policy in autocratic 2 regimes," (with J. Guttman), Public Choice, 159: 27-52 (2012)
- "Taking stock of Malthus: Modeling the collapse of historical civilizations," Annual Review of Resource Economics, 4: 303-330 (2012)
- "Dynamic winner-take-all conflict," (with J. Davis and J. Maxwell), Defense and Peace Economics, 22: 471-492 (2011)
- "The perils of doctrine: A reply to Havard Hegre, John R. Oneal & Bruce Russett: Trade does promote peace: New simultaneous estimates of the reciprocal effects of trade and conflict," (with O. Keshk and B. Pollins), Journal of Peace Research, 47(6), 2011
- "Black September," The Sage Encyclopedia of Terrorism, 2nd Edition (C. Martin (Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing (2011)
- "Does trade prevent or promote interstate conflict initiation?" (with Q. Li), Journal of Peace Research, 48 (4): 437-454, (2011)
- "Trade and conflict: Proximity, country size, and measures," (with B. Pollins and O. Keshk), Conflict Management and Peace Science, 27 (1): 3-27 (2010)
Reports and Publications:
- Reuveny, Rafael, and William Thompson. Growth, Trade, and Systemic Leadership. University of Michigan Press. 2002.
- Reuveny, Rafael, and William Thompson. World Economic Growth, Northern Antagonism, and North-South Conflict. Journal Of Conflict Resolution 46:515-546. 2002.
- Reuveny, Rafael, and John Powers. Set for Instability: Prospect for Conflict and Cooperation Between Israel and Jordan. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 25:383-401. 2002.
- Reuveny, Rafael. Economic Growth, Environmental Scarcity and Conflict. Global Environmental Politics. 2:83-110. 2002.
- Reuveny, Rafael, and Krutilla, Kerry. The Quality of Life in the Dynamics of Economic Development. Environment and Development Economics 7:23-45.2002.
- Maxwell, John and Rafael Reuveny (eds.). Trade and Environment, Theory and Policy in the Context of EU Enlargement and Transition Economies, Cheltenham, England: Edward Elgar. 368 pp. 2005.
- Auer, Matt and Rafael Reuveny. External Actors and Their Prospective Roles in Environmental Cleanup in Central and Eastern Europe. In John Maxwell and Rafael Reuveny (eds.),Trade and Environment: Theory and Policy in the Context of EU Enlargement. 2005.
- Reuveny, Rafael. International Trade and Public Policy: The Big Picture. In Donijo Robbins (ed.), The Handbook for Public Economics. New York: Marcel Dekker: 705-742. 2005.
- Reuveny, Rafael and William Thompson. Growth, Trade and Systemic Leadership. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press: 304 pp. 2004.
- Reuveny, Rafael. The Triangle of Conflict: Fundamentalisms in Israel and the Territories. In Mary Ann Tetreault and Robert A. Denemark (eds.), Gods, Guns and Globalization: Religious Radicalism and International Political Economy, International Poli 2004.
- Reuveny, Rafael. Environmental Migration and Climate Change. In Eberhard Bohne, Charles Bonser, and Kenneth M. Spencer (eds.), Transatlantic Perspectives on Liberalization and Democratic Governance. Berlin: LIT Verlag Manster: 305-332.2004.
- Keshk, Omar, M.G., Brian Pollins, and Rafael Reuveny. Trade Still Follows the Flag: The Primacy of Politics in a Simultaneous Model of Interdependence and Armed Conflict. Journal of Politics 66:1155-1179. 2004.
- Reuveny, Rafael and William R. Thompson. World Economic Growth, Systemic Leadership and Southern Debt Crises. Journal of Peace Research 41:5-24. 2004.
- Krutilla, Kerry and Rafael Reuveny. A Renewable Resource-based Ramsey Model with Costly Resource Extraction. Environmental and Resource Economics 27:165-185. 2004.
- Decker, Christopher, S. and Rafael Reuveny. Endogenous Technological Innovation and the Malthusian Trap: Could Simon and Boserup Have Saved Easter Island? Human Ecology 36: 119-140. 2005.
- Barbieri, Katherine and Rafael Reuveny. Economic Globalization and Civil War. Journal of Politics 67: 1128-1247. 2005.
- Maxwell, John W. and Rafael Reuveny. Continuing Conflict. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 58: 30-52. 2005.
- Reuveny, Rafael and William R. Thompson, Uneven Economic Growth and the World Economy's North-South Stratification, International Studies Quarterly, 52: 579-605. 2008.
- Reuveny, Rafael and William Thompson. Observations on The North-South Divide, in The North-South Divide in the World Political Economy, 19-38, Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing. 19-38, 2008.
- Reuveny, Rafael, Forecasting Globalization Using World Models, in Globalization as Evolutionary Process, Chapter 17, London/New York: Routledge. 380-399, 2008.
- Reuveny, Rafael, The Last Colonialist: Israel in the Occupied Territories since 1967, The Independent Review, Vol. 12: 325-374. 2008.
- Reuveny, Rafael and William R. Thompson, Southern Democracy in the Long Run, International Interactions, Vol. 34: 1-24. 2008.
- Reuveny, Rafael, Controversy: Colonialism or Something Else?: A Reply to Ira Sharkansky Comment, The Independent Review, Vol. 13: 293-297. 2008.
- Reuveny, Rafael, Ecomigration and Violent Conflict: Case Studies and Public Policy Implications, Human Ecology, Vol. 36: 1-13. 2008.
- Reuveny, Rafael and William R. Thompson (eds.), The North-South Divide in the World Political Economy, Oxford, UK: Blackwell. 2008.
- Li, Quan and Rafael Reuveny. Democracy and Economic Openness in an Interconnect System. Cambridge, July 2009.
- Reuveny, Rafael and William R. Thompson (eds.). Coping with Terrorism Origins, Escalation, Counterstrategies, and Responses. SUNY Press. November 2010.