The approaches developed by Acemoglu and Robinson (2006) and Bueno de Mesquita et al.
What does BDM stand for?
BDM stands for Bueno de Mesquita (political scientist)
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Frequently funded by the Defense Department, political scientist Bruce Bueno de Mesquita insists that foreign affairs can be predicted with 90 percent accuracy using his own secret formula.
Ahmadinejad is on the way down," Bueno de Mesquita told a Technology, Entertainment, Design Conference audience while describing how the outcomes of complex negotiations are predictable.
In one experiment, Cenedese and Rachel Bueno de Mesquita, a visiting undergraduate from the University of Rome, inserted a 12-centimeter-high plastic mound in the center of their box to investigate how water flows around a seamount sticking 1,000 meters (3,281 feet) up from the seafloor.
Skinner, Serhiy Kudelia, Bruce Bueno De Mesquita and Condoleezza Rice, University of Michigan Press, 338 pages, $35.
Bueno de Mesquita, Bruce; Smith, Alastair; Siverson, Randolph M.
The authors leave at least one very important gap of particular relevance to those who might actually be faced with the task of predicting political events in a particular circumstance-the expected utility approach pioneered by Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and colleagues.