Research

Working Papers

Makito Takei and Phil Paolino. “Backing Out but Backing In Audience Costs? A
Replication of Levy et al. (2015).” (Under Review)

Leo Tamamizu and Makito Takei. “The Influence of An International Institution on Domestic Peace: Military Alliances and Internal Armed Conflict Onset.” (Under Review)

Makito Takei and Andrew Enterline. “All the World’s A Stage: International Audiences in Interstate Crisis Bargaining in the Context of Defensive Alliances.”

Work in Progress

Makito Takei. “In Search of Audience Costs: The Media, Personality, and Public Threats.” (Dissertation)

Makito Takei and Phil Paolino. “Audience Costs and Personality.”

Makito Takei and Andrew Enterline. “Major Power Bargaining Moves in International Crises.”

Makito Takei and Leo Tamamizu. “Military Alliance, State Repression, and Resistance.”

Makito Takei. “Promises and Perils of Manipulation Checks: For a Better Experimental
Research in Political Science.”

Rui Asano and Makito Takei. “Peacekeeping and the Causes of War: A Review Essay.”

Presentations

Makito Takei and Andrew Enterline. 2022 (Scheduled). “All the World’s A Stage: International Audiences in Interstate Crisis Bargaining in the Context of Defensive Alliances.” Paper presented at the Peace Science Society Annual Meeting, Denver, United States.

Leo Tamamizu and Makito Takei. 2022. “Serving the Two Ends: The Influence of Military Alliances on Internal Armed Conflict Onset.” Paper presented at Japanese Society for Quantitative Political Science (JSQPS) 2022 Winter Meeting. (Online)

Leo Tamamizu and Makito Takei. 2021. “Serving the Two Ends: The Influence of Military Alliances on Internal Armed Conflict Onset.”Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. (Online)

Makito Takei and Phil Paolino. 2021 . “You May Care, But I Don’t: Personality Traits & Audience Costs in Foreign Policy.” Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. (Online)

Makito Takei and Phil Paolino. 2021 . “You May Care, But I Don’t: Personality Traits & Audience Costs in Foreign Policy.” Annual Meeting of the International Studies
Association. (Online)

Makito Takei. 2020. “Audience Costs and the Media: The Case of Obama and
Truman.”Asian Online Political Science Seminar Series.

Makito Takei. 2020. “Audience Costs and Media: The Case of Obama’s “Red Line” Speech.” Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, United States. (Online)

Makito Takei and Andrew J. Enterline. 2020. “Audience Costs, Conflict Management Strategies, and Conflict Outcome.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, United States. (Online)

Makito Takei and Andrew J. Enterline. 2019. “Shield of Words? Extended Audience Costs in Interstate Bargaining.” Poster presented at the Peace Science Society Annual Meeting, Kansas, United States, November 2019.

Makito Takei. 2019. “Foreign Aid and Foreign Public Opinion: An Experimental Approach,” the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada.

Makito Takei. 2019. “Unpacking Internationalized Internal Conflicts: An Exploratory Study,” the Castleberry Peace Institute Human Security Research Workshop Series, University of North Texas, Texas, the United States.

Makito Takei. 2017. “A Trade-off between Two Reputations,” the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, United States.

Makito Takei. 2017. “Reputations and Military Intervention during International Conflicts,” the Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Vancouver, Canada.

Makito Takei. 2017. “Reputations and Military Intervention during International Conflicts,” the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, United States.

Makito Takei. 2015. “Domestic Politics in Taiwan and Coercive Diplomacy―The 1995-96 Taiwan Strait Crisis,” the Annual Meeting of the Taiwanese Political Science Association, Quemoy, Taiwan.

Makito Takei. 2015. “Does Past Action Matter on the Credibility of Threat? ―The Cases of the First and Second Taiwan Strait Crises,” the Graduate Student Conference of East Asian Culture and Political Economy in Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Other Publications

“Country Assistance Evaluation of Cambodia” (2018) (with Jyuuichi Inada, Masato Noda, Takeshi Daimon, Sadaharu Kataoka, and Junpei Suzuki), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (in Japanese).