is a second-year Political Science PhD student, specializing in Security, Peace, and Conflict. He is a formal theorist, however, he also uses econometrics/statistics and computational methods to approach various problems. He is interested in studying how emerging military technologies influence bargaining, warfighting, and conflict processes. Kendrick also plans to work on topics like crisis bargaining, political economics, international/national security law, wargaming, terrorism and counterterrorism, and civil-military relations. He completed his undergraduate degrees from Francis Marion University in 2017 with a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.S. in Economics. After this, he attended the University of Georgia where he received an M.A. in Economics in 2018 and an M.A. in Political Science and International Affairs in 2019.
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