Publications-Center for International Relations and Politics - Carnegie Mellon University


Leading thinkers in their respective research areas, affiliates of the Center for International Relations and Politics are firmly committed to improving public policy through distilling policy applications from basic science.  This philosophical orientation to scholarship is reflected in their scientific publications as well as in their popular writings, including opinion essays and smart blogs.  This page showcases affiliates' written work that is particularly relevant to international relations. 


Babcock, Linda, Hannah Riley Bowles, and Lei Lai. "Social Costs of Setting High Aspirations in Competitive Negotiation". Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 6, no. 1 (2013): 1-12

Braguinsky, Serguey and Sergey Mityakov. “Foreign corporations and the culture of transparency: Evidence from Russian administrative data.” Journal of Financial Economics (2013).

Broomell, Stephen. "The Luck of the Draw: The Role of Lotteries in Decision Making." Political Science Quarterly 127, no. 2 (2012): 339-340.

Bruin, Wändi Bruine De, Eric R. Stone, Jacqueline Macdonald Gibson, Paul S. Fischbeck, and Mohammad Baradaran Shoraka. "The effect of communication design and recipients’ numeracy on responses to UXO risk." Journal of Risk Research 16, no. 8 (2013): 981-1004.

Downs, Julie S.. "Does “Healthy” Fast Food Exist? The Gap Between Perceptions and Behavior." Journal of Adolescent Health 53, no. 4 (2013): 429-430.

Fischhoff, B. “The sciences of science communication.” PNAS, 110 (Supplement 3), (2013): 14033-14039. doi/10.1073/pnas.1213273110

Golman, Russell. "Homogeneity bias in models of discrete choice with bounded rationality." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 82, no. 1 (2012): 1-11.

Skinner, Kiron K. “Russian Revival.” Hoover Institution, Strategika. (November 14, 2013)