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The Globis Working Paper Series was founded in 2008 in conjunction with the Pelanda Award. It represents the continuing scholarship of Globis affiliated personnel.


The Globis Working Paper Series

The Globis Working Paper Series makes the latest research from Globis-affiliated scholars available to the broader scholarly community.  The papers focus on one or more of the Globis research initiatives, and address themes that are broadly consistent with the challenges and opportunities of globalization.  All papers in the series are draft versions and may not be cited without the explicit permission of the authors.  Comments, however, are encouraged and welcome.

Globis Faculty

"The New German Question" by Carlo Pelanda
"Basic Concepts for Building a Mediterranean Ekumene" by Carlo Pelanda

Globis Research Associates

"Patterns of Dimensionality" by Ryan Bakker (University of Georgia), Seth Jolly (Syracuse University), Jon Polk (University of Georgia)
"The US-India Nuclear Deal of 2008: The Causes and Consequences Analyzed" by Nitya Singh

Pelanda Award Recipients

There were two Grand Prizes in 2011 awarded to:

- Matthew Clary, a Ph.D. student in the Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, received his certificate and a $750 award from Dr. Carlo A. Pelanda in September 2011 for his paper "Asabiyyah Revisited: Exploring the Microfoundations for the Sustainability of Dynastic Monarchies in the Middle East". 

- Zachary Jones, a Ph.D. student in the Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, received his certificate and a $750 award from Dr. Carlo A. Pelanda in September 2011 for his paper "Risk Propensity & Conflict Initiation in Asymmetric Dyads". 

The 2010 Grand Prize was awarded to Leah Carmichael, a Ph.D. student in the Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, for her paper "Growing Concerns: Trade Distortions and Food Insecurity in Developing States." Ms. Carmichael received her certificate and a $1000 award from Dr. Carlo A. Pelanda in September 2010.

The 2010 Runner-Up Prize was awarded to Szhymon Stojek, a Ph.D. student in the Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, for his paper "Guns or Roses? Institutions of State, Social Trust and Recurrence of Domestic Armed Conflict." Mr. Stojek received his certificate and a $500 award from Dr. Carlo A. Pelanda in September 2010

The 2009 Grand Prize was awarded to Holger Meyer, a Ph.D. student in the Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, for his paper "Economic Liberalism and the Challenge of Domestic Armed Conflict." Mr. Meyer received his certificate and a $1000 award from Dr. Carlo A. Pelanda in September 2009.

The 2009 Runner-Up Prize was awarded to Cale Horne, a Ph.D. student in the Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, for his paper "Different but the Same: Opinion and Policy Beyond the Democratic Context." Mr. Horne received his certificate and a $500 award from Dr. Carlo A. Pelanda in September 2009.

The 2008 Prize was awarded to Mr. Johannes Karreth, a Ph.D. student in the Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, for his paper: “Adjustment or Ignorance? Globalization, Immigration, and Investment in Human Capital”. Mr. Karreth received his certificate and $500 award from Dr. Carlo A. Pelanda in September 2008.

2011 Award Winner - Mr. Matthew Clary, "Asabiyyah Revisited: Exploring the Microfoundations for the Sustainability of Dynastic Monarchies in the Middle East"
2011 Award Winner - Mr. Zachary Jones, "Risk Propensity & Conflict Initiation in Asymmetric Dyads"
2010 Award Winner - Ms. Leah Carmichael"Growing Concerns: Trade Distortions and Food Insecurity in Developing States."
2010 Award Runner-Up - Mr. Szymon Stojek "Guns or Roses? Institutions of State, Social Trust and Recurrence of Domestic Armed Conflict."
2009 Award Winner - Mr. Holger Meyer "Economic Liberalism and the Challenge of Domestic Armed Conflict."
2009 Award Runner-Up - Mr. Cale Horne, "Different but the Same: Opinion and Policy Beyond the Democratic Context."
2008 Award Winner - Mr. Johannes Karreth, “Adjustment or Ignorance? Globalization, Immigration, and Investment in Human Capital”.

Globis Fellows

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"THE MISSING LINK BETWEEN SYSTEM STRUCTURE AND STATE BEHAVIOR: PERCEPTIONS OF POWER IN PRE-WORLD WAR ONE GERMANY" by Brock F. Tessman, Chadwick Peltier and Dana Higgins


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