Philip B. K. Potter
|Office:||Joan and Sanford Weill Hall
735 S. State St. #3316
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-3091
Research and Teaching Interests:
- International Trade & Investment
- National Security/International Diplomacy
- Politics, Institutions & Processes: International
Ph.D. in Political Science, UCLA
\Media, Audience Costs and the Democratic Peace" Political Communication, (2010), vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 453 (with Matthew Baum).
"Does Experience Matter? American Presidential Experience, Age, and International Conflict" Journal of Conflict Resolution (2007), vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 351-78.
"The Relationship Between Mass Media, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy: Toward a Theoretical Synthesis" Annual Review of Political Science (2008), vol. 11, pp. 39-65 (with Matthew Baum).
"Methods of Foreign Policy Analysis" in International Studies Compendium Project (2010), R. A. Denemark ed. (Blackwell: Oxford).
\Electoral Margins and American Foreign Policy."
"Looking for Audience Costs in all the Wrong Places: Electoral
Institutions, Media Access, and Dispute Reciprocation (with Matthew Baum)."
"Terrorist Alliances: Consequences for Effectiveness" (with Michael Horowitz).
Philip Potter studies and teaches in the areas of international security and American foreign policy. His current research projects explore the relationship between interdependence and international conflict; the impact of public opinion and media on foreign policy; and the role of networks in transnational terrorism. Philip holds a B.A. from McGill University, a Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles and has been a fellow at Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania.
- Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
- Department of Political Science