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Conflict, Postwar Rebuilding and the Economy

Page history last edited by EEM 7 years, 10 months ago

 

Bibliographic information:

 

Carbonnier, Gilles. 1998. Conflict, Postwar Rebuilding and the Economy: A Critical Review of the Literature. War-torn Societies Project Occasional Paper 2. Geneva: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development; Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies. 

 


Abstract:

 

One of the first reviews of the economic literature to focus on post-conflict reconstruction.  Literature on the root causes of conflict and the subsequent impact on the economy is also examined.  Economic research in this area has been limited.  The author highlights recommendations from the literature for rebuilding wartorn economies and concludes with suggestions for future research.  Over 110 references are listed. 

 


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Category:

 

Reconstruction

 


Resource type:

 

Report

 


 

 

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