Ore Koren

U.S. Foreign Policy and International Security Fellow

Ore Koren is a PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota in Political Science and a former Jennings Randolph Peace Scholar at the United States Institute of Peace, specializing in international relations and methodology. Within international relations, his research has involved innovative approaches to studying the causes of civil conflict and political violence. His methodological interests include limited dependent variable models and applied Bayesian statistics, mixed and combined methods approaches, and event data. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Journal of PoliticsInternational Studies QuarterlyJournal of Peace Research, Food Security, Conflict Management and Peace Science, and Terrorism & Political Violence, as well as policy outlets such as The Monkey Cage (Washington Post), The United States Institute of Peace Policy Briefs, and Political Violence @ A Glance. He also has a contract with Oxford University Press for a coauthored book about the role of paramilitary groups in post-civil-war situations, and a forthcoming coauthored book at Palgrave Macmillan about the politics of mass killing in authoritarian regimes.

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Education: 
A.B. Dartmouth College
M.A. University of Minnesota
M.Sc. University of Minnesota
Ph.D. University of Minnesota (expected December 2017)
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