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Augier M. (2010). Cyert, March and the Carnegie School. In P. Klein & M. E. Sykuta (Eds.), The Elgar companion to transaction cost economics. Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar. Full Volume

Augier, M. & MacIntosh, J. Beyond good and evil. In Military ethics: International perspectives. J. Stouffer & S. Seiler (Eds.). Ottawa: Canadian Defence Academy Press. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Augier, M. & McNab, R. M. (2011). New security economics: A challenge for future leaders. In J. Belanger & P. Lew (Eds.), Developing the next generation of military leaders: Challenges, imperatives and strategies. Ontario: Canadian Defense Academy Press.

Augier, M., Guo, J. & McNab, R. M. (2012). The new economic togetherness: Globalization of economies and some implications for security and the military profession. In J. Stouffer and D. Lindsay (Eds.), Threats to military professionalism: International perspectives (123–146). Kingston: Ontario: Canadian Defence Academy Press.

Christman, W. & Wells, L., II. (2009). Transformational initiatives in civil-military operations: STAR-TIDES and maritime environments. In D. Neal, H. Friman, R. Doughty, & L. Wells II (Eds.), Cross cutting issues in international transformation (pp. 87–102). Washington, DC: National Defense University Press. Full Volume

Guttieri, K. (2010). Interim governments in theory and practice after protracted conflict. In F. D. Kramer, T. Dempsey, J. Gregoire & S. Merrill (Eds.). Civil power in irregular conflict. Washington, DC: Center for Naval Analyses, U.S. Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute and Association of the U.S. Army. Available online at:

Guttieri, K. (2010). Metrics in Iraq's complex conflict environment. In H. S. Gregg, H. S. Rothstein, & J. Arquilla (Eds.), The three circles of war: Understanding the dynamics of conflict in Iraq (pp. 137–152). Dulles, VA: Potomac Books.  Full Volume

Hussain, A. A. & Ventresca, M. J. (2010). Formal organizing and transnational communities: evidence from global finance governance associations, 1879–2006. In M. L. Djelic & S. Quack (Eds.), Transnational communities: Shaping global economic governance (pp. 153–173). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  View PDF
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