Uncertainty of the Liberal Peace

@inproceedings{Goenner2002UncertaintyOT,
  title={Uncertainty of the Liberal Peace},
  author={Cullen F. Goenner},
  year={2002}
}
In social science there often exists several plausible theories to explain actions, and hence several models which researchers can use in their empirical work. Researchers Barbieri (1996, 1998) and Oneal and Russett (1999) using different measures of trade interdependence (models) have come to disparate conclusions with respect to trade's effect on conflict. Each of their inferences is based on the belief that the variables they select form the " true " model that generates the data. The… CONTINUE READING

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