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War, Power, and Bargaining

Existing research on power and war contends that the distribution of power exerts an independent effect on the chances of armed conflict. However, theories of bargaining indicate that power's influence on war depends on theex antedistribution of benefits and has a specific functional form. We... Full description

1st Person: Reed, William
Additional Persons: Clark, David H. verfasserin; Nordstrom, Timothy verfasserin; Hwang, Wonjae verfasserin
Source: in The journal of politics : JOP Vol. 70, No. 4 (2008), p. 1203-1216
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: Undetermined
Published: 2008
Keywords: research-article
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