Reed 2021-2022 (POL 240,359,444)
Reed 2020-2021 (POL 240,350,530)
Reed 2019-2020 (POL 240,344(372),444)
Reed 2018-2019 (ICPS 300;POL 240,350)
Reed 2017-2018 (POL 240,310(350),359,444)
Reed 2016-2017 (POL 240,422,301,302,372)
Reed 2015-2016 (POL 240,358,415,444)
Reed 2014-2015 (POL 240,359,415,422)
Reed 2011-2012 (POL 240,359,372,422)
Reed 2010-2011 (POL 240,358,372,422)
Reed 2009-2010 (POL 240,358,359,422)
Stanford 2008-2009 (PS 314,411A/B/C)
Reed 2007-2008 (POL 240,358,359,422)
Reed 2006-2007 (POL 240,358,373)
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with Emilie Hafner-Burton
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The Hegemon's Purse: No Economic Peace between Democracies. Journal of Peace Research 45, no.1 (Jan 2008): 111-120.
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