Robert L. POWELL
Robert L. POWELL
Professor of Political Science, UC Berkeley
Verified email at berkeley.edu
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In the shadow of power
R Powell
In the Shadow of Power, 2020
11522020
War as a commitment problem
R Powell
International organization, 169-203, 2006
10892006
Absolute and relative gains in international relations theory
R Powell
The American Political Science Review, 1303-1320, 1991
10041991
Anarchy in international relations theory: the neorealist-neoliberal debate
R Powell
International organization 48 (2), 313-344, 1994
6541994
Nuclear deterrence theory: The search for credibility
R Powell
Cambridge University Press, 1990
5921990
Bargaining theory and international conflict
R Powell
Annual Review of Political Science 5 (1), 1-30, 2002
5532002
Bargaining and learning while fighting
R Powell
American Journal of Political Science 48 (2), 344-361, 2004
4792004
Strategic choice and international relations
DA Lake, R Powell
Princeton University Press, 1999
4221999
The inefficient use of power: Costly conflict with complete information
R Powell
American Political science review, 231-241, 2004
3642004
The relative-gains problem for international cooperation
J Grieco, R Powell, D Snidal
American Political Science Review, 727-743, 1993
3331993
Guns, butter, and anarchy
R Powell
American Political Science Review, 115-132, 1993
3211993
Defending against terrorist attacks with limited resources
R Powell
American Political Science Review, 527-541, 2007
3172007
International relations: A strategic-choice approach
DA Lake, R Powell
Strategic choice and international relations 248, 1999
2271999
Stability and the Distribution of Power
R Powell
World Politics 48 (2), 239-267, 1996
2131996
Crisis bargaining, escalation, and MAD
R Powell
The American Political Science Review, 717-735, 1987
2071987
Nuclear deterrence theory, nuclear proliferation, and national missile defense
R Powell
International Security 27 (4), 86-118, 2003
1662003
Bargaining in the Shadow of Power
R Powell
Games and Economic Behavior 15 (2), 255-289, 1996
1651996
Allocating defensive resources with private information about vulnerability
R Powell
American Political Science Review, 799-809, 2007
1452007
Nuclear brinkmanship with two-sided incomplete information
R Powell
The American Political Science Review, 155-178, 1988
1321988
Uncertainty, shifting power, and appeasement
R Powell
American Political Science Review, 749-764, 1996
1301996
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