James D. Morrow
Research Professor, CPS
Professor, LSA Political Science
A F K Organski Collegiate Professor of World Politics
James Morrow's research addresses theories of international politics, both their logical development and empirical testing. He pioneered the application of noncooperative game theory from economics to international politics. His published work covers crisis bargaining, the causes of war, military alliances, arms races, power transition theory, links between international trade and conflict, the role of international institutions, and domestic politics and foreign policy. Professor Morrow has written three books, Order within Anarchy, The Logic of Political Survival, coauthored with Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, Alastair Smith, Randolph M. Siverson, and Game Theory for Political Scientists. He has also published over 30 articles in refereed journals and over 30 other papers and book chapters. Professor Morrow is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He received the Karl Deutsch Award from the International Studies Association in 1994. Morrow was President of the Peace Science Society in 2008-2009 and has held fellowships from the Social Science Research Council and the Hoover Institution. He served on the National Science Foundation Advisory Panel for Political Science from 1995-1997.
- Morrow, James D. 2017. "When Do Defensive Alliances Provoke Rather than Deter?" Journal of Politics 79(1): 341-345.
- Morrow, James D. 2014. "Order within Anarchy: The Laws of War as an International Institution." Cambridge University Press.
- Mitchell, Sara McLaughlin, Paul F. Diehl, and James D. Morrow. 2012. "Guide to the Scientific Study of International Processes." John Wiley & Sons.