Areas of expertise: Civil war dynamics; civil war termination and recurrence; peace agreement design and implementation
Jason Michael Quinn is Research Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and a principal researcher for the Peace Accords Matrix data project. Quinn’s scholarship focuses on civil war dynamics surrounding termination and recurrence processes. He currently is researching peace agreement design and implementation and has provided research support in these areas to negotiation processes in Colombia, Myanmar, Nepal, Syria, Venezuela, South Sudan, and the Philippines.
Quinn’s work has appeared in the British Journal of Political Science, the Journal of Conflict Resolution, the Journal of Peace Research, Negotiation Journal, Research and Politics, Defense and Peace Economics, International Studies Perspectives, Social Science Research, International Interactions, and edited volumes. He is principal researcher in the official implementation technical support unit to the 2016 Colombian Peace Agreement.
Quinn holds a Ph.D. in comparative politics from the University of North Texas.