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Stephen Chaudoin
Department of Political Science chaudoin@illinois.edu

414 David Kinley Hall (678) 637-8392

University of Illinois www.stephenchaudoin.com

Urbana, IL 61801



Education and Employment
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Asst. Prof. 2014-Present
University of Pittsburgh, Asst. Prof. 2012-2014
Princeton University 2007-2012

Ph.D. in Politics


Emory University, Atlanta, GA 2002-2006

M.A. in Political Science

B.A. in International Studies and in Economics

Summa cum laude

Phi Beta Kappa, 2005

Co-recipient of Elliot Levitas Award for best undergraduate in PS
Research and Teaching Interests

International relations, International political economy, International institutions, Formal and quantitative methods, the WTO, the ICC.



Peer-Reviewed Publications
“How Contestation Moderates the Effects of International Institutions: the International Criminal

Court and Kenya.” February 2016. Journal of Politics 78(2): 557-571.

“Audience Features and the Strategic Timing of Trade Disputes.” September 2014. International

Organization 68(4): 877-911.
“Policies or Promises? An Experimental Analysis of International Agreements and Audience

Reactions.” January 2014. International Organization. 68(1): 235-256.



“Science and the System: IPE and International Monetary Politics,” with Helen Milner.

Forthcoming at Review of International Political Economy.

“Do We Really Know the WTO Cures Cancer?” with Jude Hays and Raymond Hicks. Forthcoming

at British Journal of Political Science.


“Do WTO Disputes Actually Increase Trade?” with Jeff Kucik and Krzysztof Pelc. Forthcoming at

International Studies Quarterly.
“Beyond Zeroes and Ones: The Effect of Income on the Severity and Evolution of Civil Conflict,”

with Christopher Stanton and Zachary Peskowitz. 2017. Journal of



Conflict Resolution 61(1): 56-83.
“International Systems and Domestic Politics: Linking Complex Theories with Empirical Models

in International Relations,” with Helen Milner and Xun Pang. March 2015. International Organization 69(2): 275-309.


“When is the Good News About Pro-Cooperation Lobbies Good News About Cooperation?” with

Johannes Urpelainen. April 2015. British Journal of Political Science 45(2): 411-433.


“American Evangelicals and Domestic Versus International Climate Policy,”

with David Smith and Johannes Urpelainen. December 2014. Review of



International Organizations 9(4): 441-469.
“Ratification Patterns and the Limits of the International Criminal Court,” with Terrence

Chapman. International Studies Quarterly. Summer 2013. 57, pp. 400-409.


“The Center Still Holds: Liberal Internationalism Survives,” with Helen V. Milner and Dustin

Tingley. International Security. Summer 2010. 35(1), pp. 75-94.



Working Papers
“How Hard to Fight? A Contest Experiment with Asymmetry and Value Shocks” with Jonathan

Woon. Presented at ESA 2014, MPSA 2015, APSA 2015. Conditionally Accepted at Journal of Politics.


“Contingent Public Support for International Legal Institutions.” With Terrence Chapman.

Presented at SPSA 2016, ISA 2016, MPSA 2016. Under Review.


“Financial Regulations, Networks, and Public Preferences” with Meredith Wilf. Presented at

Georgetown, 2015, IPES 2015, ISA 2016. Revise and Resubmit at Foreign Policy



Analysis.
Research In Progress
“Political Contestation and Firm Behavior in Response to WTO Disputes.” Presented at

IPES 2014, MPSA 2015, APSA 2015.


“Elections in the Lab” with Sarah Hummel and Jonathan Woon. Presented at MPSA 2017.
“International Law and Patterns of Violence in the Philippines’ War on Drugs.” Presented at MPSA 2017.

Teaching
Awards

2013, College of General Studies, Students’ Choice Award, University of Pittsburgh.

2015, List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, University of Illinois.

2016, List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent, University of Illinois.

2016, Lincoln Excellence for Assistant Professor, University of Illinois.
As Assistant Professor:
PS 596: Emerging Research and Politics Speaker Series (Grad., Illinois), Fall/Spring 2016

PS 280: Introduction to Int. Relations (Undergraduate, Illinois), Spring 2016, Fall 2016

PS 398: Strategy in Int. Relations (Undergraduate, Illinois), Spring 2015, Fall 2015

PS 582: International Political Economy (Graduate, Illinois), Fall 2014, Fall 2016

PS 2703: Formal Theory I (Graduate, Pitt), Spring 2014

PS 1503: Int. Organizations (Undergraduate, Pitt), Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013

PS 1514: Strategy in Int. Relations (Undergraduate, Pitt), Spring 2013, Spring 2014

PS 1581: Capstone Seminar in IR: International Courts (Undergraduate, Pitt), Fall 2013



Invited Talks
London School of Economics, October 2016.

University of Texas at Austin, April 2016.

New York University, April 2016.

UC San Diego, February 2016.

Harvard University, IR Graduate Seminar, October 2015.

FGV/EBAPE, Rio de Janiero, Brazil. March 2015.

Rice University. March 2015.

University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy. March 2014.


Grants
University of Illinois Research Board, $4,004 for “Political Contestation and Firm Behavior in Response to WTO Disputes.”
Conference Activity
2016
“Not in My Backyard: An Experimental Assessment of Public Reactions to International Prosecutions in Kyrgyzstan.” With Terrence Chapman. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, GA. March 2016.

  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2015.

  • Also presented at Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia PA. September 2016.

  • Also presented at the Peace Sciences Society Annual Meeting, South Bend, IA. October 2016.

“How Do Developing Countries Stay Committed to Globalization,” with Nita Rudra, presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, San Juan PR, January 2016.



  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, GA. March 2016

  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2015.

“Interdependence, Networks, and Public Preferences Over Financial Regulations,” with Meredith Wilf. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, GA. March 2016.


2015
“Do We Really Know the WTO Cures Cancer?” presented at Political Economy of International Organizations, Berlin, Germany. January 2015.
“International Institutions and Contests Over Compliance” presented at Comparative and International Political Economy of the Emergent Nations, FGV/EBAPE, Rio de Janiero, Brazil. March 2015.
“Political Contestation and Firm Behavior in Response to WTO Disputes” presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2015.

  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA. September 2015.

“How Hard to Fight? A Contest Experiment with Value Shocks,” with Jon Woon, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2015.



  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA. September 2015.

“How Do Developing Countries Stay Committed to Globalization,” with Nita Rudra, presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Political Economy Society, Stanford University, November 2015.


“Interdependence, Networks, and Public Preferences Over Financial Regulations,” with Meredith Wilf, presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Political Economy Society, Stanford University, November 2015.
2014
“Political Contestation and Firm Behavior in Response to WTO Disputes” presented at the International Political Economy Society Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. October 2014.
“International Institutions and Contests Over Compliance” presented at the Political Economy of International Organizations, Princeton, NJ. January 2014.

  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto, ON, CA. March 2014.

  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. March 2014.

  • Also presented at Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC. August 2014.

“Do We Really Know the WTO Cures Cancer?” presented at International Studies Association, Toronto, ON, CA. March 2014.



  • Also presented at Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC. August 2014.


2013
“Do We Really Know the WTO Cures Cancer?” presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Political Economy Society, Clarement, CA. November 2013.
“Who’s Afraid of WTO Disputes?” presented at at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2013.
“Promises or Policies? An Experimental Analysis of International Agreements and Audience Reactions” presented at the Political Economy of International Organizations, Mannheim/Heidelberg, Germany. January 2013.
2012
“International Cooperation, Legalized Dispute Settlement and Information Transmission to

Domestic Audiences,” presented at the Political Economy of International Organizations, Villanova, Philadelphia, PA. January 2012.


“When is the Good News About Pro-Cooperation Lobbies Good News About Cooperation?”

presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2012.


2011
“Political Agency and Dispute Settlement in International Organizations,” presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. March 2011.

  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Political Economy Society, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. November 2011.

“The Limits of an International War Crimes Regime,” presented at the 3rd Annual Conference of the Political Economy of International Organizations, Zurich, Switzerland. January 2011.



  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2011.


2010
“Information Transmission and the Strategic Timing of Trade Disputes,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Political Economy Society, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. November 2010.

  • Also presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. September 2010

  • Also presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2010.

“The Future of Liberal Internationalism,” Participant in roundtable discussion with Robert Jervis, Helen Milner, Joshua Busby, Dustin Tingley, Peter Trubowitz, and Charles Kupchan, American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC. September 2010.


“An Instrumental Variables Approach to the Effect of Economic Conditions on the Severity of Civil War,” with Christopher Stanton and Zachary Peskowitz, Stanford GSB, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2010.
2007
“The Impact of Incumbency on Budget Deficits,” with Jeffrey Kucik, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. April 2007.
Service and Activities

Participant, Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM). University of California, at Berkely. Summer 2010.


Journal Reviewer: American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, Review of International Organizations, Journal of Conflict Resolution, British Journal of Political Science, International Interactions, Conflict Management & Peace Sciences, Foreign Policy Analysis, Economics & Politics, Political Research Quarterly, International Studies Review, Journal of International Relations and Development, New Political Economy, The Latin Americanist.
Book Reviewer: MIT Press.
The Atlanta Urban Debate League, Emory University 2002-2007

New Jersey Urban Debate League, Newark, NJ. 2010

The Barkley Forum Debate Team, Emory University 2002-2006

A. W. Barkley Merit Scholar 2002-2006



Full, four-year debate scholarship to Emory for one H.S. senior
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