Games & Political Behavior eJournal

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts focused on the application of formal models to problems in political science. Accordingly, papers in this section will take seriously how formal models can illuminate political processes and outcomes. Papers may be purely formal or they may include empirical analysis based on a formal model. We expect that papers using the following approaches will be distributed in the eJournal - spatial models, cooperative and noncooperative games, games of complete and incomplete information, games of learning, principal-agent models, and a variety of other formal approaches to politics and choice settings.

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