Professor Pevehouse's research interests lie in international relations, international political economy, American foreign policy, international organizations, and political methodology. Professor Pevehouse's work examines the relationship between domestic and international politics. Topics on which he has recently published include regional trade agreements, human rights institutions, exchange rate politics, and international organizations. He is the author, with Joshua Goldstein, of International Relations, the leading textbook on international politics. From 2012-2017, he was the editor of International Organization, the leading journal in the field of international relations. He is the co-editor of the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of International Political Economy, co-editor of the Cambridge Elements Series in International Relations, and co-editor of the Chicago Series on International and Domestic Institutions (University of Chicago Press).
Charles Fernandes Taylor, Jon CW Pevehouse, and Scott Straus, "Perils of pluralism: Electoral violence and incumbency in sub-Saharan Africa," Journal of Peace Research 54:3 (2017), pp. 297-411
Jon Pevehouse, Inken von Borskykowski "International Organizations and World Politics." In Oxford Handbook of International Organizations and International Law, ed. I. Hurd and I. Johnstone. Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016.
Jon Pevehouse, Joshua Goldstein International Relations, 11th ed. Pearson, 2016.
Jon Pevehouse, “An Opportunity Cost Theory of US Treaty Behavior”, International Studies Quarterly
Mark Copelovitch, Jon Pevehouse "International Trade and Finance." In Oxford Handbook of the Political Economy of International Trade, ed. L. Martin. Oxford University Press, 2015.
Honored Instructor Award
Best in Class instructor by the College of Letters and Science, based on student nomination
Honored Instructor Award, University Housing, UW-Madison
Honored Instructor Award, UW University Housing