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Eric Min

Eric Min

Affiliate

CISAC

Stanford University

Encina Hall, C246-2

Stanford, CA 94305-6165

(650) 723-3442 (voice)

Research Interests

Interstate diplomacy | War diplomacy | Information gathering and sharing during interstate crises | Application of text analysis and machine learning methods to declassified foreign policy documents

Bio

Eric Min is Assistant Professor of Political Science at UCLA. He is received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Stanford University, where he was the Zukerman Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation for the 2017-2018 academic year. From 2011-2013 he held the Sakurako and William Fisher Family Graduate Fellowship at Stanford, and from 2013-2017 he held a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. His dissertation, entitled “Negotiation in War,” was the recipient of the 2018 Kenneth Waltz Dissertation Prize from American Political Science Association’s International Security Section. His work has won the Midwest Political Science Association’s 2017 Robert H. Durr Award (for best paper applying quantitative methods to a substantive problem), Stanford University’s 2016 Goldsmith Writing Prize, and he won the New York University Roland P. Beattie Award as the 2010 university valedictorian. He is an expert on the application of machine learning, text, and statistical methods to the analysis of interstate war, diplomacy, and conflict management.