- 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 by Dr. Katsuo Nishikawa and Joe Jaeger
- The Great Pedagogical Debate: A multiyear debate about the pedagogical effectiveness of 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 and setup 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.