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Harrington, Anne and Downer, John 2019. Homo Atomicus: An actor worth psychologizing? The problems of applying behavioral economics. In: Dupuy, Jean-Pierre ed. Behavioral Economics and Nuclear Weapons, Studies in Security and International Affairs, Atlanta: University of Georgia Press,
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Harrington, Anne, Gheorghe, Eliza and Loukianova, Anya 2017. What arguments motivate citizens to demand nuclear disarmament. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 73 (4) , pp. 255-263. 10.1080/00963402.2017.1338039

Harrington, Anne I. 2016. Power, violence, and nuclear weapons. Critical Studies on Security 4 (1) , pp. 91-112. 10.1080/21624887.2016.1177784

Englert, Matthias and Harrington, Anne 2016. Next Generation Nuclear Technologies: New Challenges to the Legal Framework of the IAEA from Intense Neutron Sources. In: Black-Branch, Jonathan L. and Fleck, Dieter eds. Nuclear Non-proliferation in International Law. Volume II - Verification and Compliance, Vol. II. Asser Press, pp. 187-212. (10.1007/978-94-6265-075-6_9)

Harrington, Anne and Englert, Matthias 2014. How much is enough? The politics of technology and weaponless nuclear deterrence. The Global Politics of Science and Technology , pp. 287-302. 10.1007/978-3-642-55010-2_17

Harrington, Anne 2011. The strategy of non-proliferation: maintaining the credibility of an incredible pledge to disarm. Millennium - Journal of International Studies 40 (1) , pp. 3-19. 10.1177/0305829811413312

Harrington, Anne 2009. Nuclear weapons as the currency of power. The Nonproliferation Review 16 (3) , pp. 325-345. 10.1080/10736700903255029

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