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Essence of decision: explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis

By: Allison, Graham
Contributor(s): Zelikow, Philip
Language: English Publisher: USA: Addison-Wesley Longman, 1997Edition: Segunda ediciónDescription: xv, 416 páginas : ilustracionesContent type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 0321013492Subject(s): Relaciones Internacionales | Crisis de Los Misiles de Cuba | Estados Unidos-Relaciones Exteriores-Cuba | Unión Soviética-Relaciones Exteriores-Estados Unidos | Cuba-Historia-1959 | Bases Militares Rusas-CubaDDC classification: 327.7307291 /
Contents:
I. The Rational Actor 1. A Rigorous Model of Action 2. A rational Actor Paradigm 3. Variants and Uses of the Classical Model II. The Cuban Missile Crisis: A First Cut 4. Why Did the Soviet Union Decide to Place Offensive Missiles in Cuba? 5. Why Did the United States Respond to the Missile Deployment with a Blockade? 6. Why Did the Soviet Union Withdraw the Missiles? III. Organizational Behavior 7. Organizational Logic and Efficiency 8. Organizational Logic and Organizational Culture 9. Interactive Complexity NASA: Hero and Goat 10. Organizational Behavior Paradigm IV. The Cuban Missile Crisis: A Second Cut 11. Deployment of Soviet Missiles in Cuba 12. Imposition of a U.S. Blockade of Cuba 13. The Withdrawal of Soviet Missiles from Cuba V. Governmental Politics 14. Group Processes and Their Effects on Choices and Action 15. A Governmental Politics Paradigm VI. The Cuban Missile Crisis: A Third Cut 16. The Imposition of a Blockade by the United States 17. Soviet Withdrawal of theMissilesFrom Cuba
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I. The Rational Actor 1. A Rigorous Model of Action 2. A rational Actor Paradigm 3. Variants and Uses of the Classical Model II. The Cuban Missile Crisis: A First Cut 4. Why Did the Soviet Union Decide to Place Offensive Missiles in Cuba? 5. Why Did the United States Respond to the Missile Deployment with a Blockade? 6. Why Did the Soviet Union Withdraw the Missiles? III. Organizational Behavior 7. Organizational Logic and Efficiency 8. Organizational Logic and Organizational Culture 9. Interactive Complexity NASA: Hero and Goat 10. Organizational Behavior Paradigm IV. The Cuban Missile Crisis: A Second Cut 11. Deployment of Soviet Missiles in Cuba 12. Imposition of a U.S. Blockade of Cuba 13. The Withdrawal of Soviet Missiles from Cuba V. Governmental Politics 14. Group Processes and Their Effects on Choices and Action 15. A Governmental Politics Paradigm VI. The Cuban Missile Crisis: A Third Cut 16. The Imposition of a Blockade by the United States 17. Soviet Withdrawal of theMissilesFrom Cuba

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