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, Lindsay P. Cohn, and Danielle L. Lupton. 2024. "I’m From the Government and I’m Here to Help: Public Perceptions of the Use of Coercive State Power." American Political Science Review, forthcoming.

Danielle L. Lupton. 2024. "Threat Construction and Coercive Credibility." Security Studies, forthcoming. [Publisher's Website]

John A. Doces and Danielle L. Lupton. 2023. "Leader Turnover, Regime Type, and Growth Volatility."  Global Studies Quarterly 3(2): ksad020.  [Publisher's Website - Open Access].

Jessica Blankshain, David Glick, and Danielle L. Lupton. 2023. "War Metaphors (What Are They Good For?): Militarized Rhetoric and Attitudes Toward Essential Workers During the Covid-19 Pandemic," American Politics Research 51(2): 161-173. [PDF] [Publisher's Website]

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 66(3): sqac057. [PDF]  [Publisher's Website]

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. 2023. "Experimental Methods," in Routledge Handbook of Foreign Policy Methods, eds. Patrick Mello and Falk Ostermann, New York: Routledge, 338-353. [Publisher's Website]

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. 2023. Author's Response to H-Diplo/RJISSF Roundtable Review of Reputation for Resolve: How Leaders Signal Determination in International Politics (Cornell University Press, 2020), 10 February. [Link]

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]