Table of contents for Causes and consequences of international conflict : data, methods and theory / edited by Glenn Palmer.

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Introduction Glenn Palmer Part I: Contributions to the Understanding of the Causes of Conflict Multiparty Disputes and the Probability of War, 1816-1992 Karen K. Petersen, John A. Vasquez, and Yijia Wang Comparing New Theory with Prior Beliefs: Market Civilization and the Democratic Peace Michael Mousseau Testing Competing Institutional Explanations of the Democratic Peace: The Case of Dispute Duration Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, Michael T. Koch, and Randolph M. Siverson Part II: How to Study Conflict: Data and Methods The MID3 Data Set, 1993-2001: Procedures, Coding Rules, and Description Faten Ghosn, Glenn Palmer and Stuart A. Bremer Danger Beyond Dyads: Third-Party Participants in Militarized Interstate Disputes Renato Corbetta and William J. Dixon Dangerous Dyads Revisited: Democracies May Not Be That Peaceful after All Halvard Buhaug Assessing the Dyadic Approach to Interstate Conflict processes: A.k.a. "Dangerous" dyad Years Sarah E. Croco and Tze Kwang Teo Part III: Conflict, Survival and Political Issues Was Leo Durocher Right? Do "Nice States" Finish Last?" Richard J. Stoll Balancing against Extinction: Alliance Politics among Non-State Actors Douglas Lemke Chinese Acquisition of the Spratly Archipelago and Its Implications for the Future Paul D. Senese Negotiations, Guns and Money: Do Constrained Leaders Do Better? Faten Ghosn, Tamar R. London and Glenn Palmer

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

War -- Causes -- Research.
Conflict management -- Research.
International relations -- Research.