Micah Dillard

Ph.D. Candidate: International Relations

dillard2@wisc.edu

CV

Research Interests:

Economic Sanctions, Elections, Energy Policy, Foreign Aid, Foreign Policy, Methodology, Public Opinion, Race

About

Micah Dillard is a fourth year graduate student in international relations and political methodology. He has particular interests in economic sanctions, energy policy,  foreign aid, US elections, US foreign policy, and various forms of non-traditional security. He graduated with a BS in Economics and Political Science with university honors from the Ohio State University in 2014.

Dissertation

Leaders under Siege: Economic Sanctions and Political Survival

Dissertation committee

Jon C.W. Pevehouse (chair); Mark Copelovitch; Andrew Kydd; Lisa Martin; Jessica L.P. Weeks

Publications

Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Micah Dillard, David Kimball, and William Massengill, “The long and short of it: The unpredictability of late deciding voters,” Electoral Studies.