• James Bisbee, Joshua D. Clinton, Cassy Dorff, Brenton Kenkel, and Jennifer Larson. (2024). "Synthetic Replacements for Human Survey Data? The Perils of Large Language Models." Conditionally accepted at Political Analysis.  [preprint]
  • Tarek Abou Chadi, Kanisha D. Bond, Cassy Dorff, Jamie Hagen, Cullen S. Hendrix, Cameron Thies "International Studies and Struggles for Inclusion. International Studies Review. 25:2 (2023): viad018. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff, Grace Adcox and Amanda Konet. "Data Innovations on Protests in the United States." Journal of Peace Research. 60.1 (2023): 172-189. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff, Max Gallop, and Shahryar Minhas. "Networks of Violence and Civilian Targeting During Civil War." British Journal of Political Science. 53.2 (2023): 441-459. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff, Colin Henry, and Sandra Ley." Does Violence Against Journalists Deter Detailed Reporting? Evidence from Mexico." Journal of Conflict Resolution. (2023): 1218-1247. [article]
  • Jennifer Barnes, Cassy Dorff, and Bradley C. Smith. "Virtual Seminars and Support Strategies for Junior Scholars: Lessons from the Online Peace Science Colloquium." PS: Political Science & Politics. 55.3 (2022): 558-559. [article]
  • Colin Henry, Anita Gohdes, and Cassy Dorff. "Digital Footprints and Data-security Risks  for Political Scientists." PS: Political Science & Politics. 55.4 (2022): 804-808. [article]
  • Shahryar Minhas, Cassy Dorff, Max Gallop, Margaret Foster, Howard Liu, Juan Tellez, and Michael D. Ward. "Taking Dyads Seriously." Political Science Research and Methods. 10.4 (2022): 703-721. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff, Max Gallop, and Shahryar Minhas. "[W]hat Lies Beneath: Using Networks to Improve Spatial Predictions." International Studies Quarterly. 66:1 (2022): sqab086. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff, Max Gallop, and Shahryar Minhas. "Networks of Violence: Predicting Conflict in Nigeria." The Journal of Politics. 82.2 (2020): 476-493. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff. "Violent and Nonviolent Resistance in Contexts of Prolonged Crisis: The Civilian Perspective." Forum on Studying Peace and Studying Conflict: Complementary or Competing Projects? Journal of Global Security Studies. 4.2 (2019): 286-291. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff and Jessica Maves Braithwaite. "Fear of Nonviolent Organizing in Mexico's Criminal Conflict." Journal of Global Security Studies. 3.3 (2018): 271-284. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff. "Violence, Kinship Networks, and Political Resilience: Evidence from Mexico." Journal of Peace Research. 54.4 (2017): 558-573. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff and Shahryar Minhas. "When Do States Say Uncle? Network Dependence and Sanction Compliance." International Interactions. 43.4 (2017): 563-588. [article]
  • Andreas Beger, Cassy Dorff, and Michael D. Ward. "Irregular Leadership Changes in 2014: Forecasts Using Ensemble, Split-population Duration Models." International Journal of Forecasting. 32.1 (2016): 98-111. [article]
  • Andreas Beger, Cassy Dorff, and Michael D. Ward. "Ensemble Forecasting of Irregular Leadership Change." Research & Politics. 1.3 (2014): 1-7. [article]
  • Nils Metternich, Cassy Dorff, Max Gallop, Simon Weschle, and Michael D. Ward."Antigovernment Networks in Civil Conflicts: How Network Structures Affect Conflictual Behavior." American Journal of Political Science. 57.4 (2013): 892-911. [article]
  • Cassy Dorff and Michael D. Ward. "Networks, Dyads, and the Social Relations Model." Political Science Research and Methods. 1.2 (2013): 159-178. [article]
  • Michael D. Ward, Nils Metternich, Cassy Dorff, Max Gallop, Florian Hollenbach, Anna Schultz, and Simon Weschle. "Learning From the Past and Stepping into the Future: Toward a New Generation of Conflict Prediction." International Studies Review. 15.4 (2013): 473-490. [article]
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Working Projects

  • Criminal Victimization and Agency Attitudes in Mexico. Under Review.
  • Which Way to Peace? Estimating Directionality in Conflict Event Data – with Shahryar Minhas. Under Review.
  • Assessing Research-Related Stress Among Research Assistants – with Dara Kay Cohen. Draft Available.
  • Pride and Protest: Victimization, Social Support, and Political Engagement: Lifetime Effects Among LGBT+ Individuals – with Lauren Chojnacki, Tara Mckay, and Kristin Michelitch. Draft Available.
  • Phantoms in the Residuals: Testing for Network Dependence – with Shahryar Minhas. In Progress.
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