Leadership and Decision Making in International Relations
Because linking the micro and the macro research in psychology, behavioral economics and behavior genetics to international relations is the core goal of the book series, for illustrative purposes potential topics of interest include:
- psychological and biological explanations of decision making, risk-taking, violence, cooperation, and alliances
- the role of emotion (affect) in relations between leaders and followers and between countries
- evolutionary perspectives on war and peace, negotiation, trade and finance, and environmental change.