Michael Tomz is a Professor of Political Science at Stanford University and a Senior Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research and the Stanford Center for International Development. He was awarded the prestigious Marshall Scholarship and has been a MacArthur Fellow. Professor Tomz earned his B.S. in International Relations from Georgetown University, M.Phil. in Politics from Oxford University, and Ph.D. in Political Science from Harvard University.
His research focuses on the areas of international relations, political economy, public opinion, and methodology.
Tomz, Michael R., and Jessica L.P. Weeks. “Public Opinion and the Democratic Peace.” American Political Science Review 107.04 (2013): 849-865.
Tomz, Michael, and Robert P. Van Houweling. “The Electoral Implications of Candidate Ambiguity.” American Political Science Review 103.01 (2009): 83-98.
Tomz, Michael. “The Foundations of Domestic Audience Costs: Attitudes, Expectations, and Institutions.” Expectations, Institutions, and Global Society (2009).