The 2017 TRIP Faculty Survey surveyed scholars of international relations in 36 countries and 14 languages to examine teaching and research trends and foreign policy views in the IR discipline. 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).
For survey results, see the following reports: Topline Report U.S. Faculty and Topline Report International Faculty
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How to cite 2017 Faculty Survey data
Maliniak, Daniel, Susan Peterson, Ryan Powers, and Michael J. Tierney. 2017. TRIP 2017 Faculty Survey. Teaching, Research, and International Policy Project, Williamsburg, VA: Global Research Institute. Available at https://trip.wm.edu/.