Tony Ingesson

Senior Lecturer

Research

Main Research and Teaching Areas

  • Military Decision-Making
  • Organizational Cultures
  • Security and Foreign Policy
  • Intelligence Analysis

Current Research

Tony Ingesson's research is primarily concerned with decision-making, how subcultures shape "gut-level" decisions, and the role of biases. His dissertation analyzed the role of subcultures in relation to the strategic and political implications of military decision-making at the lower levels (ship captains and leaders on the squad, platoon, company and  battalion levels). He also publishes research on the role of bias in intelligence analysis.

Recent research outputs

Tony Ingesson & Kimball, R., 2018 Oct 9, From the Green Notebook.

Research output: Contribution to specialist publication or newspaperSpecialist publication article

Tony Ingesson, 2018 Oct 1, Redefining the Modern Military: The Intersection of Profession and Ethics. Mayfield, T. & Finney, N. (eds.). Annapolis, MD: US Naval Institute Press

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

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