Benjamin Bagozzi is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Delaware. He earned a B.A. in Psychology and B.A. in Spanish from Michigan State University, M.P.I.A. in International Politics from the University of California, San Diego, and Ph.D. in Political Science from Pennsylvania State University.
He studies political methodology and international relations. Within international relations, his research focuses on political violence, international political economy, and environmental politics.
Koren, Ore, and Benjamin E. Bagozzi. “Living off the land: The connection between cropland, food security, and violence against civilians.” Journal of Peace Research 54.3 (2017): 351-364.
Bagozzi, Benjamin E., and Daniel Berliner. “The Politics of Scrutiny in Human Rights Monitoring: Evidence from Structural Topic Models of US State Department Human Rights Reports.” Political Science Research and Methods (2016): 1-17.
Bagozzi, Benjamin E., and Kathleen Marchetti. “Distinguishing Occasional Abstention from Routine Indifference in Models of Vote Choice.” Political Science Research and Methods (2015): 1-18.