Conflicts with Multiple Battlefields 1

@inproceedings{Kovenock2010ConflictsWM,
  title={Conflicts with Multiple Battlefields 1},
  author={Dan Kovenock and Brian Roberson},
  year={2010}
}
This paper examines conflicts in which performance is measured by the players’ success or failure in multiple component conflicts, commonly termed “battlefields.” In multi-battlefield conflicts, behavioral linkages across battlefields depend both on the technologies of conflict within each battlefield and the nature of economies or diseconomies in how battlefield outcomes and costs aggregate in determining payoffs in the overall conflict. JEL Classification: C72, D74, H56 
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