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Dear All, 

Available now: An ESRC Advanced Quantitative Methods fully-funded studentship.

If you are interested, please contact me as soon as possible.
The deadline for applications has been extended, but is very close.

The student will be based in Glasgow, Scotland, and will start in the Autumn of 2018. More details below. 

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ESRC AQM Studentship: Strategic and Relational Event Models in International Climate Treaty-Making

Existing statistical approaches ignore the strategic and relational contexts in which specific agreements are made; they only consider a government’s current choice, independent of how their own choice affects future behaviour by others (strategic context) and what to learn from historic ratifications (relational context). This PhD project hence proposes to assess, both substantively and statistically, the relative merits of two advanced quantitative methods: Strategic Estimation and the Relational Event Model (REM) to investigate international agreement-making to better understand the nature of government choice over time.

Supervisors: Patrick Bayer and Mark Tranmer. 


Mark Tranmer
Professor of Quantitative Social Science
Room 1201, Adam Smith Building
School of Social & Political Sciences 
University of Glasgow
G12 8RT
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