Franklin

The accuracy and generality of competing explanatory models of interstate behavior, a study of amicable transactions with the superpowers, 1953 and 1963.

Author/Creator:
Levine, Mark Stewart.
Publication:
[Philadelphia], 1973.
Format/Description:
Microformat
xxxviii, 372 l. illus. 29 cm.
Local subjects:
Penn dissertations -- Political Science.
Political Science -- Penn dissertations.
Notes:
"The purpose of this paper ... [is] to investigate a series of alternative explanatory schema of international behavior. Specifically, ... [the author evaluates] the predictive capability of several competing intellectual paradigms current in the literature on international relations in terms of their separate and combined ability to explain variatio in the intensity of transactional behavior of a set of seventy-five nations directed toward the United States and the Soviet Union in two years, 1953 and 1963."--p. 2.
Thesis (Ph.D. in Political Science)--Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, 1973.
Includes bibliography.
OCLC:
244997125
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