Dr. Matthew Hoddie



Contact Information

CLA 3225


Ph.D. Political Science,
University of California,
Davis, 2000

M.A. Political Science,
Columbia University, 1993

B.A. Political Science,
Boston University, 1992

Areas of Expertise

Ethnic Conflict
Civil War Resolution
Politics of Asia

Recent Publications

Caroline A. Hartzell and Matthew Hoddie. 2015. “The Art of the Possible: Power Sharing and Post-Civil War Democracy.” World Politics 67 (January): 37-71.

Matthew Hoddie and Caroline A. Hartzell. 2014. “Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain? The Effects of IMF Economic Reform Programs on Public Health.” Social Science Quarterly 95 (December): 1022-1042.

Matthew Hoddie. 2014. “Tibet and the Segment State Hypothesis.” Ethnopolitics 13 (January): 67-85.

Caroline A. Hartzell and Matthew Hoddie. 2010. “Economic Liberalization via IMF Structural Adjustment: Sowing the Seeds of Civil War?” International Organization 64 (Spring): 339-356. (with Molly Bauer)

Matthew Hoddie and Jason Smith. 2009. “Forms of Civil War Violence and Their Consequences for Future Public Health.” International Studies Quarterly 53 (March): 173-201.