Danielle Jung

Danielle F. Jung, BA Rice University (2004), PhD University of California, San Diego (2012). Dr. Jung is an international relations scholar with interests in international cooperation, terrorist and insurgent organizations, and elections in the developing world. She uses agent-based models to study how social organizations promote cooperation, specifically within rebel groups, amongst states, and voters. She also uses field experiments and conducts impact evaluations to study social and political mobilization in emerging democracies. Her work has been published in journals including the American Journal of Political Science and Terrorism and Political Violence. Prior to Emory, she was a Postdoctoral Researcher on the Empirical Studies of Conflict Project at Princeton University. 

Content by Danielle Jung
  • Project

    Building trust in a reformed security sector: A field experiment in Liberia

    Over the past decade, a consensus has emerged among both scholars and policymakers that rule of law is a prerequisite for sustainable peace and economic growth in countries recovering from civil conflict. Rule of law helps ensure security of property rights, builds confidence among businesses and investors and provides mechanisms for resolving disputes without recourse to...

    1 May 2014 | Danielle Jung, Robert Blair, Benjamin Morse, Sabrina Karim