* Head of Political Science Unit, IHEID 2008-present * Prof. International Relations, IHEID 1991-present * Assistant Prof. Political Science, Syracuse University 1979-1987 * Associate Prof. Political Science, University of Minnesota 1987-1991 * Principal investigator, research grants from United Nations, National Science Foundation (US), National Science Foundation (Switzerland), MacArthur Foundation * Database coordinator, GIAN grant * B.A., Williams College 1975, Ph.D., Yale University 1979
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