Refereed Book

Danielle L. Lupton. 2020. Reputation for Resolve: How Leaders Signal Determination in International Politics. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, Cornell Studies in Security Affairs. [Amazon] [Publisher's Website]

Refereed Journal Articles

Jessica Blankshain, David Glick, and Danielle L. Lupton. 2022. "Thank You For Your Service? Militaristic Framing and Public Support for COVID-19 Essential Workers," American Politics Research, forthcoming.

Danielle L. Lupton and Clayton Webb. 2022. "Wither Elites? The Role of Elite Credibility and Knowledge in Public Perceptions of Foreign Policy," International Studies Quarterly, forthcoming.

Danielle L. Lupton. 2022. "Military Experience and Elite Decision-Making: Self-Selection, Socialization, and the Vietnam Draft Lottery," International Studies Quarterly 66(1): sqab052. [PDF] [Publisher's Website]

Danielle L. Lupton. 2020. "The Reputational Costs and Ethical Implications of Coercive Limited Air Strikes: The Fallacy of the Middle Ground Approach," Ethics & International Affairs 34(2): 217-228. [PDF] [Publisher's Website]

Jonathan N. Brown, Danielle L. Lupton, and Alex Farrington. 2019. "Embedded Deception: Interpersonal Trust, Cooperative Expectations, and the Sharing of Fabricated Intelligence," Journal of Global Security Studies 4(2): 209-226. [PDF] [Publisher's Website]

Danielle L. Lupton. 2019. "The External Validity of College Student Subject Pools in Experimental Research: A Cross-Sample Comparison of Treatment Effect Heterogeneity," Political Analysis 27(1): 90-97. [PDF] [Publisher's Website]

Danielle L. Lupton. 2018. "Reexamining Reputation for Resolve: Leaders, States, and the Onset of International Crises," Journal of Global Security Studies 3(2): 198-216. [PDF] [Publisher's Website]

Danielle L. Lupton. 2018. "Signaling Resolve: Leaders, Reputations, and the Importance of Early Interactions," International Interactions 44(1): 59-87. [PDF] [Publisher's Website]

Danielle L. Lupton. 2017. "Out of the Service, Into the House: Military Experience and Congressional War Oversight," Political Research Quarterly 70(2): 327-339. [PDF] [Publisher's Website] [Stata Data File] [Stata Do File]

Book Chapters

Danielle L. Lupton and Clayton Webb. 2022. "Experimental Methods," in Routledge Handbook of Foreign Policy Methods, eds. Patrick Mello and Falk Ostermann, New York: Routledge, forthcoming.

Danielle L. Lupton. 2021. "Veterans in the Post-2001 House: The Impact of Military Service on War Oversight," in Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy: Activism, Assertiveness and Acquiescence in a Polarized Era, eds. Ralph Carter and James Scott. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield. [Publisher's Website]

Danielle L. Lupton and Valerie Morkevicius. 2019. "The Fog of War: Violence, Coercion, and Jus ad Vim," in Force Short of War in Modern Conflict: Jus Ad Vim, ed. Jai Galliot. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 36-56. [PDF] [Publisher's Website]

Book Reviews

Danielle L. Lupton. 2021. "What if? A Look Back at the Strategic Logic of U.S. Alliances," Review of Mira Rapp Hopper's Shields of the Republic (Harvard University Press, 2020). Texas National Security Review, 9 August. [Link]

Danielle L. Lupton. 2017. Review of Frank P. Harvey and John Mitton, Fighting for Credibility: U.S. Reputation and International Politics (University of Toronto Press, 2016). H-DIPLO/ISSF Roundtable Review. Vol. X, No. 3, December 1. [Link]