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Bargaining and Rationalist Explanations for War
Unformatted Document Text:  36 References Blainey, Geoffrey. 1988. The Causes of War. 3 rd edition, New York: Free Press. Bueno de Mesquita, Bruce. 1980. The War Trap. New Haven: Yale University Press. Bueno de Mesquita, Bruce, and David Lalman. 1992. War and Reason. New Haven: Yale University Press. von Clausewitz, Carl. 1832/1976. On War. Edited and translated by Michael Howard and Peter Paret. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Fearon, James. 1995. Rationalist Explanations for War. International Organization 49(3): 379- 414. Filson, Darren, and Suzanne Werner. 2002. A Bargaining Model of War and Peace: Anticipating the Onset, Duration, and Outcome of War. American Journal of Political Science 2002(4): 819-837. Filson, Darren, and Suzanne Werner. 2004. Bargaining and Fighting: The Impact of Regime Type on War Onset, During, and Outcomes. American Journal of Political Science 48(2): 296-313. Moody, Peter, Jr. 1979. Clausewitz and the Fading Dialectic of War. World Politics 31(3): 417- 433. Morrow, James. 1985. A Continuous-Outcome Expected Utility Theory of War. Journal of Conflict Resolution 29(3): 473-502. Morrow, James. 1989. Capabilities, Uncertainty, and Resolve: A Limited Information Model of Crisis Bargaining. American Journal of Political Science 33(4): 941-972. Osborne, Martin, and Ariel Rubinstein. 1990. Bargaining and Markets. San Diego: Academic Press, INC. Powell, Robert. 2002. Bargaining Theory and International Conflict. Annual Review of Political Science 5: 1-30. Powell, Robert. 2004a. Bargaining and Learning While Fighting. American Journal of Political Science 48(2): 344-361. Powell, Robert. 2004b. The Inefficient Use of Power: Costly Conflict with Complete Information. American Political Science Review 98(2): 231-241. Powell, Robert. 2006. War as a Commitment Problem. International Organization 60 (winter): 169-203.

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References
Blainey, Geoffrey. 1988. The Causes of War. 3
rd
edition, New York: Free Press.

Bueno de Mesquita, Bruce. 1980. The War Trap. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Bueno de Mesquita, Bruce, and David Lalman. 1992. War and Reason. New Haven: Yale
University Press.

von Clausewitz, Carl. 1832/1976. On War. Edited and translated by Michael Howard and Peter
Paret. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Fearon, James. 1995. Rationalist Explanations for War. International Organization 49(3): 379-
414.

Filson, Darren, and Suzanne Werner. 2002. A Bargaining Model of War and Peace: Anticipating
the Onset, Duration, and Outcome of War. American Journal of Political Science 2002(4):
819-837.

Filson, Darren, and Suzanne Werner. 2004. Bargaining and Fighting: The Impact of Regime
Type on War Onset, During, and Outcomes. American Journal of Political Science 48(2):
296-313.

Moody, Peter, Jr. 1979. Clausewitz and the Fading Dialectic of War. World Politics 31(3): 417-
433.

Morrow, James. 1985. A Continuous-Outcome Expected Utility Theory of War. Journal of
Conflict Resolution
29(3): 473-502.

Morrow, James. 1989. Capabilities, Uncertainty, and Resolve: A Limited Information Model of
Crisis Bargaining. American Journal of Political Science 33(4): 941-972.

Osborne, Martin, and Ariel Rubinstein. 1990. Bargaining and Markets. San Diego: Academic
Press, INC.

Powell, Robert. 2002. Bargaining Theory and International Conflict. Annual Review of Political
Science
5: 1-30.

Powell, Robert. 2004a. Bargaining and Learning While Fighting. American Journal of Political
Science
48(2): 344-361.

Powell, Robert. 2004b. The Inefficient Use of Power: Costly Conflict with Complete
Information. American Political Science Review 98(2): 231-241.

Powell, Robert. 2006. War as a Commitment Problem. International Organization 60 (winter):
169-203.


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