[Paleopsych] Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy: new bepress journal
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Subject: Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy: new bepress
The Berkeley Electronic Press, in conjunction with editors Walter Isard,
Cornell University, and Johan Moyersoen, University of Oxford, is
pleased to announce publication of Peace Economics, Peace Science and
Public Policy (PEPS), located at http://www.bepress.com/peps/ . To view
any of the articles in this peer-reviewed journal, simply click on the
links below. Additional PEPS details follow at bottom of message.
Walter Isard and Jiyoun An (2004) "A Hierarchical Decision-Making Model
for Progress in Reducing Three Evils: Terrorism, Poverty and
Environmental Degradation", Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public
Policy: Vol. 10: No. 3, Article 1.
Lisa J. Carlson and Raymond Dacey (2004) "Sequential Decision Analysis
of the Traditional Deterrence Game", Peace Economics, Peace Science and
Public Policy: Vol. 10: No. 3, Article 2.
Urs Luterbacher (2004) "Conflict and Irrevocable Decisions", Peace
Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy: Vol. 10: No. 3, Article 3.
Paul S. Han (2004) "Report on Critical Dimensions and Problems of the
North Korean Situation (1996-2004)", Peace Economics, Peace Science and
Public Policy: Vol. 10: No. 3, Article 4.
ABOUT PEACE ECONOMICS, PEACE SCIENCE AND PUBLIC POLICY
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy (PEPS) aims to foster
the exchange of ideas and promote research focusing on peace analysis
and utilizing tools, methods, and theoretical frameworks specifically
designed for peace science, as well as concepts, procedures, and other
analytical techniques of the various social and natural sciences, law,
engineering, and other disciplines and professions. The journal accepts
rigorous, non-technical papers especially in research methods in peace
science, but also regular papers dealing with all aspects of the peace
science field, from pure abstract theory to practical applied research.
As a guide to topics: Arms Control and International Security,
Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Studies, Behavioral Studies,
Conflict Analysis and Management, Cooperation, Alliances and Games,
Crises and War Studies, Critical Economic Aspects of the Global Crises,
Deterrence Theory, Empirical and Historical Studies on the Causes of
War, Game/Prospect and Related Theory, Harmony and Conflict, Hierarchy
Theory, Long-Run Aspects of the Behavior of International Systems,
Mathematical Approaches to Conflict Management, Mathematical Models of
Arms Races and Wars, Peace Science Methodology and Theory, Sanctions
Theory, and World Models. For more details, or to submit your next
paper, visit http://www.bepress.com/peps/ .
PEPS was previously published by Cornell University. All back issues
are available at the bepress site.
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