Experimental Approaches to International Relations

Mintz, Alex; Yang, Yi; Mc Dermott, Rose
June 2011
International Studies Quarterly;Jun2011, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p493
Academic Journal
An introduction to the issue is presented that discusses experiments in international relations research.


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