Practising Social Change | Issue Three | April 2011 The practitioner’s journal of The NTL Institute for Applied Behavioural Science © NTL 4 - 8 Employee Engagement and the Organization Development Practitioner Dick Axelrod Contact Details NTL Institute 1901 South Bell Street, Suite 300 ...
PS Online *www.apsanet.org * 171 I t is a great honor for the American Political Science Association to have Robert Axelrod as our current president.
The AMA History Program Presents : Biography of SID AND CAROLYN AXELROD AMA Lifetime membership numbers L-22 and L-23 Written by JM (1978) Formatted by JS (5/2010) The following was published in a 1978 issue of Model Aviation magazine, written by Jim McNeill, AMA Historian.
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As in the first round, each pair was matched in five games (24). 24. * K. Axelrod, J. Conflict Resollition 24, 379 (1980). 25. * K. A. Fisher, The Gmericrtl Theory ofNrtturrt1 Selection (Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, 1930); J. B. S. Haldane, Nrtrure (Loncion) New Hiol.
1 The Evolution of Ethnocentrism ROSS A. HAMMOND Department of Political Science University of Michigan, Ann Arbor ROBERT AXELROD Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Ethnocentrism is a nearly universal syndrome of attitudes and behaviors, typically including ...
1 The Evolution of Cooperation* * Robert Axelrod Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Dr. Axelrod is a member of the American National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
- 1 - On Six Advances in Cooperation Theory Robert Axelrod School of Public Policy University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA Axe@umich.edu January 2000 Prepared for a Special Issue of Analyse & Kritik on The Evolution of Cooperation
AN EVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO NORMS ROBERT AXELROD University of Michigan Iorms provide a powerful mechanism for regulating conflict in groups, even when there are more than two people and no central authority.
volume 17, no. 2•june 2006 1 Beat the Odds and Succeed in Organizational Change Richard H. Axelrod, Emily Axelrod, Robert W. Jacobs, Julie Beedon S eventy percent of organizational change efforts fail or fall short of achieving their intended objectives.