Dotan Haim

Dotan Haim
Florida State University | FSU · Department of Political Science


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Introduction My research examines the influence of family network structures on counterinsurgency effectiveness and local violence. In addition to data-oriented social network analysis, I design field experiments to understand the conditions under which civilians are willing to cooperate with state security institutions. The majority of my research takes place in Southeast Asia and the Philippines in particular. My previous work includes research using applied social network analysis.
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September 2012 - present
University of California, San Diego
  • PhD Student


Publications (4)
How does the network of international political alliances influence trade flows? Previous work suggests that alliances matter in predicting trade outcomes because governments align trade policies with national security interests and firms take political relations between states into account when assessing risk. However, work to date investigates on...
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Seasonal influenza infects approximately 5-20% of the U.S. population every year, resulting in over 200,000 hospitalizations. The ability to more accurately assess infection levels and predict which regions have higher infection risk in future time periods can instruct targeted prevention and treatment efforts, especially during epidemics. Google F...
The position people occupy in their social and professional networks is related to their social status and has strong effects on their access to social resources. While attainment of particular positions is driven by behavioral traits, many biological factors predispose individuals to certain behaviors and motivations. Prior work on exposure to fet...
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What effect does exposure to political television advertisements have on self directed information-seeking behavior? Of the $2.6 billion spent on political advertisements during the 2008 election, $2 billion was spent on local TV ads. Previous work shows that these TV spots have a direct effect on turnout, candidate evaluation, and political engage...


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