Professor Stoll is an accomplished scholar of international conflict. He has used computer simulation techniques and statistical analysis to study topics such as arms competitions, comparative foreign policy, and political realism. Dr. Stoll has participated in a ten-university effort funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to collect data on militarized interstate disputes. Dr. Stoll has also engaged in an effort to create events data from online news sources and to predict the outbreak of serious international conflict. This research has been supported by the National Science Foundation.
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Research interests include the study of international conflict, public attitudes on foreign and defense policy, and American national security policy. Professor Stoll’s current research encompasses a number of areas. He is studying naval arms races from 1816 to the present. In collaboration with other researchers, he is studying support for foreign policies that promote gender equality. Finally, he is working on whether the “rally ‘round the flag” effect is a general occurrence or whether it is only a rare event.