The Program in Foreign Policy Decision Making at Texas A&M University
announces the 2002 Winter Institute on Event Data Analysis to be held at Texas A&M University, January 7-11, 2002.
This year's Institute will be led by Professor Philip A. Schrodt of the Department of Political Science at the University of Kansas.
Professor Schrodt's major areas of research are formal models of political behavior, with an emphasis on international politics, and political methodology. Schrodt's current research focuses on predicting political change using statistical methods. He teaches a variety of courses in international relations, with an emphasis on international conflict and U.S. defense policy. Schrodt has published more than 60 articles in political science, and his Kansas Event Data System computer program (see http://www.ukans.edu/~keds) won the "Outstanding Computer Software Award" from the American Political Science Association in 1995
The Winter Institute is organized by Professor Alex Mintz, Director of the Program in Foreign Policy Decision Making at Texas A&M.
For more information on the 2002 Winter Institute see:
Edward Yang, 2002 Winter Institute Coordinator
Program in Foreign Policy Decision Making
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-4843
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