Jake Richardson

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1 2 Abstract This paper aims to improve our understanding of how transnational terrorist organizations emerge, survive, thrive, and eventually die. We use a data set that catalogues terrorist organizations and their attacks over time (the ITERATE data base of thousands of terrorist events from 1968 through 2007) and merge those data with socioeconomic(More)
Handicapping experiments on species with biparental care show that a focal parent increases its contribution when its partner is handicapped. Such results are interpreted as evidence for negotiation, whereby each parent adjusts its amount of care to that of its partner. However, it is currently unclear whether the focal parent responds to a change in its(More)
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