Vol 5, No 1 (2010)

The issue contains articles by Scott Kjar and William Anderson on war and the Austrian School; Peter M. Li on military alliances; Alexandre Debs on economic theories of dictatorship; Joel Potter and John Scott on issues in third-party intervention and the role of destruction in conflict; Yang-Ming Chang, Shane Sanders, and Bhavneet Walia on conflict persistence and third-party intervention; C. Jill Stowe, Kate Krause, and Janie Chermak on preferences for privacy and security; and Neil Cooper on voluntarism, regulation, and supervision.

Table of Contents


War and the Austrian School: Applying the economics of the founders PDF
Scott A. Kjar, William L. Anderson
Relational similarity: An introduction and an application to military alliances PDF
Peter M. Li
Economic theories of dictatorship PDF
Alexandre Debs
Issues in third-party intervention research and the role of destruction in conflict PDF
Joel Potter, John L. Scott
Conflict persistence and the role of third-party interventions PDF
Yang-Ming Chang, Shane Sanders, Bhavneet Walia
Preferences for privacy and security: An experimental investigation PDF
Jill C. Stowe, Kate Krause, Janie M. Chermak
Online supplementary materials PDF
Jill C. Stowe, Kate Krause, Janie M. Chermak
On forgetful goldfish and failed mnemonics: Transforming political economies of conflict using voluntarism, regulation, and supervision PDF
Neil Cooper
Entire issue PDF