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Books

  1. Pickering, Steve (2017), Understanding Geography and War: Misperceptions, Foundations and Prospects, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journal articles

  1. Pickering, Steve (2017), ``A New Way to Proxy Levels of Infrastructure Development'', Research and Politics 4(1): 1--9. doi: 10.1177/2053168016687430
  2. Pickering, Steve (2016), ``Introducing SpatialGridBuilder: A new system for spatial analysis'', Conflict Management and Peace Science 33(4): 423--447. doi: 10.1177/0738894215581320

    BibTeX

    @article{pickering2016introducing,
    title={Introducing SpatialGridBuilder: A new system for spatial analysis},
    author={Pickering, Steve},
    journal={Conflict Management and Peace Science},
    volume={33},
    number={4},
    pages={423--447},
    year={2016},
    }

    MLA

    Pickering, Steve. "Introducing SpatialGridBuilder: A new system for creating geo-coded datasets." Conflict Management and Peace Science 33.4 (2016): 423--447.

    APA

    Pickering, S (2016). "Introducing SpatialGridBuilder: A new system for creating geo-coded datasets." Conflict Management and Peace Science 33(4), 423--447.

    Chicago

    Pickering, Steve. "Introducing SpatialGridBuilder: A new system for creating geo-coded datasets." Conflict Management and Peace Science 33.4 (2016): 423--447.
     

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  3. Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede and Steve Pickering (2014), ``Wars are becoming less frequent: a response to Harrison and Wolf'', The Economic History Review 67(1): 214--230. doi: 10.1111/1468-0289.12002

    BibTeX

    @article{gleditsch2014wars,
    title={Wars are becoming less frequent: a response to Harrison and Wolf},
    author={Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede and Pickering, Steve},
    journal={The Economic History Review},
    volume={67},
    number={1},
    pages={214--230},
    year={2014},
    publisher={Wiley Online Library} }

    MLA

    Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede, and Steve Pickering. "Wars are becoming less frequent: a response to Harrison and Wolf." The Economic History Review 67.1 (2014): 214--230.

    APA

    Gleditsch, K. S., & Pi ckering, S. (2014). Wars are becoming less frequent: a response to Harrison and Wolf. The Economic History Review, 67(1), 21-4-230.

    Chicago

    Gleditsch, K. S., & Pickering, S. (2014). Wars are becoming less frequent: a response to Harrison and Wolf. The Economic History Review, 67(1), 214--230.
     

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  4. Pickering, Steve (2014), ``Divide and Conquer: The impact of political maps on international relations'', Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 20(3): 461--478. doi: 10.1515/peps-2014-0012

    BibTeX

    @article{pickering2014divide,
    title={Divide and Conquer: The Impact of "Political" Maps on International Relations},
    author={Pickering, Steve},
    journal={Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy},
    volume={20},
    number={3},
    pages={461--478},
    year={2014} }

    MLA

    Pickering, Steve. "Divide and Conquer: The Impact of "Political" Maps on International Relations." Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 20.3 (2014): 461-478.

    APA

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    Chicago

    Pickering, S. (2014). Divide and Conquer: The Impact of "Political" Maps on International Relations. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 20(3), 461-478.

    Chicago

    Pickering, Steve. "Divide and Conquer: The Impact of "Political" Maps on International Relations." Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 20, no. 3 (2014): 461-478.
     

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  5. Pickering, Steve (2012), ``Proximity, Maps and Conflict: New measures, new maps and new findings'' Conflict Management and Peace Science 29(4): 425--443. doi: 10.1177/0738894212449092

    BibTeX

    @article{pickering2012proximity,
    title={Proximity, Maps and Conflict: New Measures, New Maps and New Findings},
    author={Pickering, Steve},
    journal={Conflict Management and Peace Science},
    volume={29},
    number={4},
    pages={425--443},
    year={2012},
    publisher={SAGE Publications} }

    MLA

    Pickering, Steve. "Proximity, Maps and Conflict: New Measures, New Maps and New Findings." Conflict Management and Peace Science 29.4 (2012): 425-443.

    APA

    Details to follow.

    Chicago

    Pickering, S. (2012). Proximity, Maps and Conflict: New Measures, New Maps and New Findings. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 29(4), 425-443.

    Chicago

    Pickering, Steve. "Proximity, Maps and Conflict: New Measures, New Maps and New Findings." Conflict Management and Peace Science 29, no. 4 (2012): 425-443.
     

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  6. Pickering, Steve (2011), ``Determinism in the mountains: the ongoing belief in the bellicosity of `mountain people' '', The Economics of Peace and Security Journal 6(2): 21--25. doi: 10.15355/epsj.6.2.21

    BibTeX

    @article{pickering2011determinism,
    title={Determinism in the mountains: The ongoing belief in the bellicosity of `mountain people'},
    author={Pickering, Steve},
    journal={The Economics of Peace and Security Journal},
    volume={6},
    number={2},
    pages={21--25},
    year={2011} }

    MLA

    Pickering, Steve. "Determinism in the mountains: The ongoing belief in the bellicosity of `mountain people'." The Economics of Peace and Security Journal 6.2 (2011): 21-25.

    APA

    Pickering, S. (2011). Determinism in the mountains: The ongoing belief in the bellicosity of `mountain people'. The Economics of Peace and Security Journal, 6(2), 21-25.

    Chicago

    Pickering, Steve. "Determinism in the mountains: The ongoing belief in the bellicosity of `mountain people'." The Economics of Peace and Security Journal 6, no. 2 (2011): 21-25.
     

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  7. Geyer, Robert and Steve Pickering (2011), ``Applying the tools of complexity: moving from X-Y graphs to fitness landscapes'', Cambridge Review of International Affairs 24(1): 5--26. doi: 10.1080/09557571.2011.558053

    BibTeX

    @article{geyer2011applying,
    title={Applying the tools of complexity to the international realm: from fitness landscapes to complexity cascades},
    author={Geyer, Robert and Pickering, Steve},
    journal={Cambridge review of international affairs},
    volume={24},
    number={01},
    pages={5--26},
    year={2011},
    publisher={Taylor \& Francis} }

    MLA

    Geyer, Robert, and Steve Pickering. "Applying the tools of complexity to the international realm: from fitness landscapes to complexity cascades." Cambridge review of international affairs 24.01 (2011): 5-26.

    APA

    Geyer, R., & Pickering, S. (2011). Applying the tools of complexity to the international realm: from fitness landscapes to complexity cascades. Cambridge review of international affairs, 24(01), 5-26.

    Chicago

    Geyer, Robert, and Steve Pickering. "Applying the tools of complexity to the international realm: from fitness landscapes to complexity cascades." Cambridge review of international affairs 24, no. 01 (2011): 5-26.
     

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Book chapters

  1. Pickering, Steve, (2017), ``Geography and Foreign Policy'', in Oxford Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2. Pickering, Steve, (2015), ``The Geography of War: Avoiding the curse of high geo-politics'', in Jakobsen, Tor Georg (ed.) War: An introduction to Theories and Research on Collective Violence, Hauppauge, NY: Nova.
  3. Pickering, Steve, (2012), ``The Terrain of War: How using the word `mountain' biases conflict research'', in Chatterji, Manas (ed.) Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development, Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Popular media

  1. Pickering, Steve, Seiki Tanaka and Kyohei Yamada (5 February 2014), ``In Tokyo Elections, Twitter Reveals Voter Preferences in a way Surveys do not'' Washington Post ``Monkey Cage''
  2. Pickering, Steve, Seiki Tanaka and Kyohei Yamada (10 February 2014), ``How Tweets Helped Predict the Vote in the Tokyo Mayoral Election'' Washington Post ``Monkey Cage''

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