Explains how game theory can be used to explain political phenomena
Explores the ways states build political capacity; discusses how states learn to resolve conflict politically rather than violently
Discusses the effect of the process of candidate selection on democracy in the United States
Makes a compelling case for the importance of thoughtful research design and persuasive evidence in theory building
An intriguing examination of one of the most important unresolved problems in social choice theory: how do we best understand people's decision to pay the cost of a public good?
How do we explain judges' decisions?
A thoroughly revised version of this essential text, incorporating a wealth of new material on American foreign policy since 9/11
Richard McKelvey's classic papers, accompanied by original essays by leading names in the field
A comprehensive account of the field of political psychology with a focus on its implications for international relations