Anders Corr founded Corr Analytics Inc to provide strategic analysis of international politics. He is Publisher of the Journal of Political Risk. His areas of analytic expertise include global macro, quantitative analysis, and public opinion, and he maintains a global network of regional and sector-specific experts.

Corr has researched Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Vietnam, Israel, the Palestinian territories, and U.S. elections for private clients. He led the U.S. Army Social Science Research and Analysis group in Afghanistan, which oversaw 600 Afghan contract employees on 44 survey projects, and he conducted quantitative predictive analysis of insurgent attacks. Corr conducted analysis at US Pacific Command (USPACOM) and U.S. Special Operations Command Pacific (SOCPAC) on catastrophic risks for U.S. national security in Asia, including in the Philippines, Nepal, and Bangladesh. He also conducted red team modeling and simulation for the Defense Department of terrorist attacks against extremely sensitive military installations, and worked on social networking for early warning of biological weapons of mass destruction.

Corr’s research focuses on effects of military technology on the likelihood and outcome of war, predictors for revolutions and coups, and terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction. He is Editor of Great Powers and Grand Strategies: The New Game in the South China Sea (U.S. Naval Institute Press, 2017). South End Press published his first book, No Trespassing: Squatting, Rent Strikes, and Land Struggles Worldwide (1999). He peer reviews for the Journal of Conflict Resolution, the Journal of Urban History, and Routledge Press, and frequently appears in the press and journals, including Bloomberg, Financial Times, National Interest, The New York Times, CNBC, Nikkei Asian Review, UPI, Nonproliferation Review, and World Policy. He is a regular contributor at Forbes.

Corr received his B.A. from Yale University and Ph.D. from Harvard University.

Last Updated: April 4, 2017



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