Faculty Surveys

TRIP conducted surveys of IR scholars in the United States and around the world in 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2011. TRIP surveys all international relations scholars employed at a college or university who have an affiliation with a political science department or school of public policy and who teach or conduct research on issues that cross international borders. A full summary of the methodology can be found in “International Relations in the U.S. Academy (ISQ, 2011).

How to Cite 2011 Faculty Survey Data

Maliniak, Daniel, Susan Peterson, and Michael J. Tierney. 2012. TRIP Around the World: Teaching, Research, and Policy Views of International Relations Faculty in 20 Countries. Williamsburg, VA: Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations. Available at https://trip.wm.edu/.

How to Cite 2004, 2006, and 2008 Faculty Survey Data

Maliniak, Daniel, Amy Oakes, Susan Peterson, and Michael J. Tierney. 2011. "International Relations in the US Academy." International Studies Quarterly, 55:437-464. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2478.2011.00653.x.

Survey Reports

2011 Faculty Survey

The 2011 TRIP survey included IR scholars in 20 countries. The survey had 3,466 respondents out of 7,001 individuals contacted for a response rate of 49.5 percent. For survey results, see the survey report, "TRIP Around the World: Teaching, Research, and Policy Views of International Relations Faculty in 20 Countries."

2008 Faculty Survey

The 2008 TRIP survey included IR scholars in ten countries. The survey had 2,724 respondents out of 5,868 individuals contacted for a response rate of 46.4 percent. For survey results, see the survey report, "One Discipline or Many? TRIP Survey of International Relations Faculty in Ten Countries."

2006 Faculty Survey

The 2006 TRIP survey included IR scholars in the United States and Canada, The survey had 1,112 respondents out of 2,685 individuals contacted for a response rate of 41.4 percent. For survey results, see the survey report, "The View from the Ivory Tower: TRIP Survey of International Relations Faculty in the United States and Canada."

2004 Faculty Survey

The first TRIP survey included IR scholars in the United States. The survey had 1,084 respondents out of 2,320 individuals contacted for a response rate of 46.7 percent. For survey results, see the survey report, "Teaching and Research Practices, Views on the Discipline, and Policy Attitudes of International Relations Faculty at U.S. Colleges and Universities."