Todd Sandler is a Professor of Economics and holds the Vibhooti Shukla professorship of Economics and Political Economy. His research interests include:

  • Public Economics and Public Choice
  • Applied Microeconomic Theory
  • International Political Economy
  • International Relations
  • Study of Terrorism
  • Natural Resources and Environmental Economics
  • Defense and Peace Economics
  • International Trade and Finance

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Recent Submissions

  • International Peacekeeping Operations: Burden Sharing and Effectiveness 

    Sandler, Todd (Sage Publications Inc, 2018-10-22)
    This article takes stock of some of the important contributions to the study of peacekeeping (PK). Two key topics stand out: peacekeeping burden sharing and mission effectiveness. For burden sharing, the theoretical ...
  • An Empirical Study of Suicide Terrorism: A Global Analysis 

    Santifort-Jordan, Charlinda; Sandler, Todd (2014-04)
    This paper provides the first venue-based empirical investigation of the number and lethality of suicide terrorist attacks on a global scale. For 1998-2010, we assemble a data set of 2448 suicide terrorist incidents, drawn ...