- A published review of Statecraft Simulation: Intro to IR as a teaching tool by Dr. Eric Cox at Texas Christian University.
- Sim Research: a multi-year study on whether or not the Statecraft Simulation is an Effective Pedagogical Tool.
- A Co-Authorship on the effectiveness of computer based simulations between Dr. Katsuo Nishikawa and Joe Jaeger
- The Great Pedagogical Debate: A multiyear debate about the pedagogical effectiveness of the Statecraft Simulation: Intro to IR between 3 Academics and 10 Statecraft Classes.
- As a grad student Gustavo Carvalho wrote an article critical of the effectiveness of Statecraft as a teaching tool. Virtual World Can Be Dangerous
- Professor Keller questioned Carvalho’s approach in simulation administration concluding that if Carvalho had followed instructions the sim results would have been drastically different. Misusing Virtual Worlds Can Be Dangerous: A Response to Carvalho
- Professor Saiya, as an independent third party, replicated Carvahlo’s survey/research method while administering the simulation recommend in the instructor manual.How Dangerous Are Virtual Worlds Really? A Research Note on the StatecraftSimulation Debate
- For an article discussing the effects of the Statecraft Simulation on student pacifist or hawkish attitudes towards foreign policy decision making: The statecraft simulation and foreign policy attitudes among undergraduate students
- Read about the The Statecraft Simulation’s Effect on Student Decision Making written by Dr. Chad Raymond of Salve Regina University.