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Max Gallop
Max Gallop
Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) of International Relations, University of Strathclyde
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Learning from the past and stepping into the future: Toward a new generation of conflict prediction
MD Ward, NW Metternich, CL Dorff, M Gallop, FM Hollenbach, A Schultz, ...
International Studies Review 15 (4), 473-490, 2013
1372013
Antigovernment networks in civil conflicts: How network structures affect conflictual behavior
NW Metternich, C Dorff, M Gallop, S Weschle, MD Ward
American Journal of Political Science 57 (4), 892-911, 2013
1232013
Networks of violence: Predicting conflict in Nigeria
C Dorff, M Gallop, S Minhas
The Journal of Politics 82 (2), 476-493, 2020
532020
Cabinet formation and portfolio distribution in European multiparty systems
J Cutler, S De Marchi, M Gallop, FM Hollenbach, M Laver, M Orlowski
British Journal of Political Science 46 (1), 31-43, 2016
382016
Endogenous networks and international cooperation
MB Gallop
Journal of Peace Research 53 (3), 310-324, 2016
332016
Geographical models of crises: Evidence from ICEWS
MD Ward, NW Metternich, C Carrington, C Dorff, M Gallop, ...
Advances in Design for Cross-Cultural Activities 429, 2012
232012
More dangerous than dyads: bargaining and war in multi-actor disputes
M Gallop
Journal of Theoretical Politics 29 (3), 353-381, 2017
22*2017
Assessing the impact of non-random measurement error on inference: a sensitivity analysis approach
M Gallop, S Weschle
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (2), 367-384, 2019
202019
Taking dyads seriously
S Minhas, C Dorff, MB Gallop, M Foster, H Liu, J Tellez, MD Ward
Political Science Research and Methods 10 (4), 703-721, 2022
92022
A network approach to measuring state preferences
M Gallop, S Minhas
Network Science 9 (2), 135-152, 2021
92021
Network competition and civilian targeting during civil conflict
C Dorff, M Gallop, S Minhas
British Journal of Political Science 53 (2), 441-459, 2023
52023
[W] hat lies beneath: using latent networks to improve spatial predictions
C Dorff, M Gallop, S Minhas
International Studies Quarterly 66 (1), sqab086, 2022
4*2022
Who are in charge, who do i work with, and who are my friends: A latent space approach to understanding elite coappearances in China
N Huhe, M Gallop, S Minhas
Social Networks 66, 26-37, 2021
42021
Spatial dynamics of election violence: how repression spreads dissent around elections
JK Sudduth, M Gallop
The Journal of Politics 85 (3), 000-000, 2023
22023
Building cybersecurity capacity: a framework of analysis for national cybersecurity strategies
AJS Craig, RAI Johnson, M Gallop
Journal of Cyber Policy 7 (3), 375-398, 2022
12022
Polarisation, accountability, and interstate conflict
M Gallop, Z Greene
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 23 (1), 121-138, 2021
2021
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