Kevin A. Clarke, Brenton Kenkel, and Miguel Rueda, “Omitted Variables, Countervailing Effects, and the Possibility of Overadjustment,” forthcoming at Political Science Research and Methods.
Mark Fey, Jinhee Jo, and Brenton Kenkel, “Information and International Institutions Revisited,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 59, no. 1 (2015).
Brenton Kenkel and Curtis S. Signorino, “Estimating Extensive Form Games in R,” Journal of Statistical Software 56, no. 8 (2014).
“Is an Ultimatum the Last Word on Crisis Bargaining?” (with Mark Fey). Under review.
“Diplomatic Relations and Conflict Management: A Dynamic Analysis.”
“Incentives and Intelligence Sharing.”
“A General Solution to Nonignorable Missing Outcomes in Binary Choice Data.” Winner of the 2011 prize for the best poster presented at the Society for Political Methodology summer meeting.
“A Quantitative Bargaining Theory of War” (with Kristopher W. Ramsay).