Simulation in International Relations: Developments for Research and Teaching

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Index*

A
Air Force Academy, simulation at, 155-156, 202, 206
Alger, C. F., 37, 114, 146, 148
All-computer simulation, 18-19, 34, 147, 194, 197-200
Alliances in simulation, 29, 45, 55, 58, 126-127, 143, 145
definition of, 140
All-man simulation, 19, 147, 197, 200- 206
American Management Association, business game, 34, 36
Arms race in simulation, 80, 127, 143
Aspiring decision maker, 43-47, 50, 62, 98, 114, 167

B
Basic capability, 29, 44-45, 49, 52-53, 58, 122, 128, 132, 217
Benson's Diplomatic Game, 34, 36, 197-200
Beshers, J. M., 193
Bilateral interaction in simulation, 29, 45, 62, 78, 98, 109, 121, 136, 138
Bipolarization in simulation, 95-97, 216-217
Bloomfield, L. P., 2, 155, 184-185
and N. J. Padelford, 152, 154-155, 156, 205
Boguslaw, R., 17-18
and W. Pelton, 18
Bozeman, A., 7, 10
Brodbeck, M., 191
Brody, R. A., 9, 17, 216
Bruner, Jerome, 12
Bureaucratic phenomena in simulation, 98, 165-166

C
Campbell, D. T., 3, 6
Campbell, D. T. and J. C. Stanley, 195
Carnegie Tech, laboratory study of organizations, 26
Carnegie Tech Management Game, 153
Carter, L., 17
Cartwright, D. D. and A. Zander, 26
Case Institute of Technology, laboratory study of organizations, 26
Case method of teaching, 11-12, 37 comparison with simulation teaching, 14
Center for Research on World Political Institutions, 35
Central decision-maker (CDM), 43- 53, 56, 62, 73, 107, 116, 120, 165
Chamberlin, W., 154
Chapin, F. S., 3
Cohen, K. J., et al., 153
Cold war:
development of, by RAND'S Division of Mathematics, 26, 202
N-country simulation, 216-217
Coleman, J. S., 3, 11
Columbia University's simulation, 205
Communications in simulation, 29-30, 35, 44-45, 46, 61-63, 73-74, 82, 86, 90, 95, 97-98, 109, 135-
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Prepared by Allen W. Sherman.

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