Patrick M. Regan

Professor of Political Science Binghamton University

Patrick M. Regan
Patrick M. Regan left PRIO in 2013. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons. Patrick M. Regan is an External Associate at PRIO.

Research Interests

At PRIO for a year (2004-2005) as a Fulbright Scholar and visiting professor with the CSCW working group on Civil Peace. Worked on a project exploring what strategies by outside parties are the most effective at contributing to the resolution of civil wars.


​Working experience:

Professor and Director for the Center on Democratic Performance at the Department of Political Science, Binghamton University in New York.

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All Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Wig, Tore; Håvard Hegre & Patrick M. Regan (2015) Updated data on institutions and elections 1960–2012: presenting the IAEP dataset version 2.0, Research & Politics 2(2): 1–11.
Regan, Patrick M. & Peter Wallensteen (2013) Federal Institutions, Declarations of Independence and Civil War, Civil Wars 15(3): 261–280.
Regan, Patrick M. & Aysegul Aydin (2005) Diplomacy and Other Forms of Intervention in Civil Wars, Journal of Conflict Resolution 50(5): 736–756.
Regan, Patrick M. & Aida Paskeviciute (2003) Women’s Access to Politics and Peaceful States, Journal of Peace Research 40(3).
Gartner, Scott Sigmund & Patrick M. Regan (1996) Threat and Represssion: The Non-Linear Relationship Between Government and Opposition Violence, Journal of Peace Research 33(3): 273–287.
Regan, Patrick M. (1994) War Toys, War Movies, and the Militarization of the United States, 1900-85, Journal of Peace Research 31(1): 45–58.