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Cooperative Models in International Relations Research

Author: Michael D Intriligator; Urs Luterbacher
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1994.
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This volume further explores the possibilities that rational choice and game theory have to offer for international relations research, using a variety of approaches. For instance, while paying due attention to the importance of bilateral representations of international situations in the form of two person games, it also covers cooperative problems in international relations at a multilateral level. In order to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael D Intriligator; Urs Luterbacher
ISBN: 9781461527909 1461527902
OCLC Number: 852789942
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 385 pages)
Contents: Cooperative Models in International Relations Research --
I Game Theory and Cooperation: General Aspects --
1 Sources in Game Theory for International Relations Specialists --
2 On Coalition Games --
3 From Conflict to Cooperation in the Study of International Security --
4 A Theory of Cooperation in the Triad --
II Game Theory and Cooperation: Specific Applications --
5 International Cooperation Among Relative-Gains Maximizers --
6 The Problem of Absolute and Relative Gains in International Relations Theory --
7 Implementation Through Sequential Unanimity Games --
III Deterrence --
8 Rational Deterrence in an Imperfect World --
9 A Question of Procedure at the Vienna Arms Talks --
IV Escalation and Crises --
10 Limited Nuclear Options and the Dynamics of Escalation --
11 Signaling Difficulties with Linkage in Crisis Bargaining --
12 Are Crises Rational? A Game-Theoretic Analysis --
V Other Approaches to Modeling International Cooperation --
13 The Origin of Games: A Theory of the Formation of Ordinal Preferences and Games --
14 An Economic Analysis of Cooperation in the European Community --
15 Labor Relations in International Comparison, or Why Humans (and Nations) Sometimes Cooperate and Sometimes Don't.
Responsibility: edited by Michael D. Intriligator, Urs Luterbacher.

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The association between cooperation problems at the international level and the study of international organizations influenced by the international legal tradition have certainly contributed to this  Read more...

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