Arms Race Theory: Strategy and Structure of Behavior

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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

The Richardson Literature

Abelson R. "A 'Derivation' of Richardson's Equations." Journal of Conflict Resolution. 7:1 ( March 1963): 13-15.

Abolfathi Farid. "Defense Expenditures in the Persian Gulf: Internal, Interstate, and International Factors in the Iraqi-Iranian Arms Race, 1950 to 1969." In Exploring Competitive Armaments Processes, pp. 99-131. Edited by W. L. Hollist. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1978.

Abt Clark C., and Gorden Morton. "Report on Project Temper." In Theory and Research on the Causes of War, pp. 245-262. Edited by D. G. Pruitt and R. C. Snyder . Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1969.

Achen Christopher. "A Misperception Model for a Spiral Arms Race." Paper presented to the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, March 27-31, 1984.

Afheldt H., and Sonntag P. "Stability and Deterrence Through Strategic Nuclear Arms." Journal of Peace Research. 3 ( 1973): 245-250.

Albrecht U. "The Costs of Armamentism." Journal of Peace Research. 3 ( 1973): 265-283.

Alcock Norman Z. "Arms Races--A Cause of War?" Peace Research. 2:2 ( 1970): 3.

--. "An Empirical Measure of International Threat: Some Preliminary Implications for the Middle East Conflict." Peace Research Society (International) Papers. 15 ( 1970): 51-72.

--. The War Disease. Oakville, Ontario: CPRI Press, 1972.

Alcock N. Z., and Lowe Keith W. "The Vietnam War as a Richardson Process." Journal of Peace Research. 6:2 ( April 1969): 105-112.

Alker Hayward R., Jr. "The Structure of Social Action in an Arms Race." Paper presented to the North American Peace Research Society (International) meeting, Cambridge, MA, November 10-12, 1968.

--. "Research Paradigms and Mathematical Politics." Paper presented to the International Political Science Association meeting, Mannheim, Germany, 1971.

--. "Global Modeling Alternatives: The First Twenty Years." In Theories, Models, and Simulations in International Relations, pp. 9-37. Edited by Michael D. Ward. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1985.

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Military Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • INTRODUCTION: STRATEGY AND THE STRUCTURE OF BEHAVIOR IN ARMS RACES 1
  • 1 - The Problem of Interaction in Arms Accumulation 3
  • Notes 17
  • 2 - Theories of Interaction in Arms Accumulation 25
  • Notes 57
  • 3 - Methods for Representing Interaction in Arms Accumulation 75
  • Notes 108
  • 4 - A Computational Model of Arms Accumulation 115
  • Notes 133
  • 5 - Strategies of Arms Accumulation Research 135
  • Notes 155
  • 6 - Summary and Conclusions on Arms Accumulation 159
  • Notes 166
  • APPENDICES 169
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 183
  • Index 239
  • About the Author 247
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