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Review of Development Economics, ISSN 1363-6669, 08/2019, Volume 23, Issue 3, pp. 1067 - 1072
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Review of Development Economics, ISSN 1363-6669, 08/2019, Volume 23, Issue 3, pp. 1238 - 1259
Peace is fragile, about half of all peace episodes break down within the first eight post‐conflict years. In Sub‐Saharan Africa this risk is even higher. Using... 
civil war | Sub‐Saharan Africa | fragility | internal armed conflict | peace keeping | GRIEVANCE | PEACE | DEATHS | TRENDS | Sub-Saharan Africa | DEVELOPMENT STUDIES | GREED | ECONOMICS | CIVIL-WARS | Peace | Survival analysis | Peacekeeping forces
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Oxford Economic Papers, ISSN 0030-7653, 10/2004, Volume 56, Issue 4, pp. 563 - 595
We investigate the causes of civil war, using a new data set of wars during 1960-99. Rebellion may be explained by atypically severe grievances, such as high... 
Peacetime | Civil wars | Rebellion | Income inequality | Commodities | Censuses | War | War conflict | Gross domestic product | Diasporas | ECONOMICS | SET | MODEL | DEMOCRACY | GROWTH | Civil war | Forecasts and trends | Economic conditions | Comparative analysis | Investigations
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Oxford Economic Papers, ISSN 0030-7653, 1/2009, Volume 61, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 27
Civil war is the most prevalent form of large-scale violence and is massively destructive to life, society, and the economy. The prevention of civil war is... 
Natural resources | Peacetime | Datasets | Civil wars | Rebellion | Population growth | Commodities | War | War conflict | Gross domestic product | CONFLICT | NATURAL-RESOURCES | ECONOMICS | Military aspects | Usage | Economic indicators | Analysis | Feasibility studies | Civil war | United Kingdom | Social indicators | Studies | Economic theory | Rebellions
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European Journal of Development Research, ISSN 0957-8811, 11/2017, Volume 29, Issue 5, pp. 945 - 963
Violence against children is a human rights challenge. According to the UN Sustainable Development Goal 16.2, all violence against children should be... 
Child development | Violence | UN Sustainable Development Goals | Corporal punishment | Punishment | Low income groups | Child discipline | Human rights | Child abuse & neglect | Parents & parenting | Human capital | Terrorism | Children | Sustainable development
Journal Article
The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 8/2005, Volume 49, Issue 4, pp. 625 - 633
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Journal of Peace Research, ISSN 0022-3433, 7/2008, Volume 45, Issue 4, pp. 461 - 478
Post-conflict societies face two distinctive challenges: economic recovery and reduction of the risk of a recurring conflict. Aid and policy reforms have been... 
Peacetime | Civil wars | Political conflict | Armed conflict | World Bank | Economic recovery | Democracy | War | Economic growth rate | War conflict | PEACE | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | CIVIL-WAR | AID | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Economic aspects | Civil war | Yugoslavia | Forecasts and trends | Economic policy | Economic aid
Journal Article
Review of Development Economics, ISSN 1363-6669, 05/2011, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp. 237 - 250
Previous studies of aid allocation have concluded that foreign aid is allocated not only according to development needs but also according to donor... 
FOREIGN-AID | ECONOMICS | PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT | Analysis | Economic assistance | Foreign aid | Studies | Allocations | Donations
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Politics, Philosophy & Economics, ISSN 1470-594X, 11/2017, Volume 16, Issue 4, pp. 422 - 445
This article presents estimates of the global cost of collective and interpersonal violence for the period of one year. This includes war, terrorism,... 
development | cost | harm | intimate partner violence | war | domestic violence | value of life | violence against children | gender-based violence | welfare | homicide | violence | CONFLICT | BATTLE DEATHS | CHINA | DATASET | GLOBAL PREVALENCE | POLITICAL SCIENCE | CONSEQUENCES | MISSING GIRLS | STATISTICAL LIFE | CHILD MALTREATMENT | ETHICS | Domestic violence | Costs | Assaults | Effectiveness | Homicide | Terrorism | Females | Gender-based violence
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Journal of Peace Research, ISSN 0022-3433, 7/2016, Volume 53, Issue 4, pp. 608 - 616
The holding of elections has become universal but only about half of all elections are free and fair. Electoral malpractice not only distorts the quality of... 
Voting rights | Databases | Voting | Malpractice | Special Data Features | Democracy | Ballots | Voter registration | Political elections | Political campaigns | Fairness | elections | database | democracy | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Elections | Database administration | Political aspects | Analysis | Innovations
Journal Article
European Economic Review, ISSN 0014-2921, 2009, Volume 53, Issue 3, pp. 293 - 308
Resource-rich countries have tended to be autocratic and also have tended to use their resource wealth badly. The neoconservative agenda of promoting... 
Natural resources | Political economy | Growth | AFRICA | NATURAL-RESOURCES | INSTITUTIONS | ECONOMICS | EDUCATION | AID | KENYAN | Political economy Natural resources Growth | Rents (Property) | Developing countries
Journal Article
The Journal of Conflict Resolution, ISSN 0022-0027, 2/2002, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 13 - 28
An econometric model of civil war is applied to the analysis of conflict in sub-Saharan Africa. Results show that Africa has had a similar incidence of civil... 
Economic trends | Peacetime | Civil wars | Rebellion | Economic models | Economic regions | Commodities | War conflict | Gross domestic product | Modeling | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Economics | Social conflict | Military aspects | Africa | Economic aspects | Developing countries | Civil war | Social aspects | Economic conditions | Political science | Econometrics | Conflict
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Kyklos, ISSN 0023-5962, 02/2018, Volume 71, Issue 1, pp. 86 - 109
Summary Using a gravity model, we examine the dynamics of migration from developing to OECD countries. Origin and destination countries are characterized by... 
LANGUAGE | ECONOMICS | IMMIGRANTS | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | UNEMPLOYMENT | Road construction | Analysis | Diaspora | Migration
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European Economic Review, ISSN 0014-2921, 2004, Volume 48, Issue 5, pp. 1125 - 1145
Countries emerging from civil war attract both aid and policy advice. This paper provides the first systematic empirical analysis of aid and policy reform in... 
Growth | Civil war | Aid | growth | ECONOMICS | civil war | aid | Developing countries | Social policy | Forecasts and trends
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Journal of Peace Research, ISSN 0022-3433, 5/2004, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 253 - 273
This article explores empirically the duration of civil war. It relates the duration of civil war to two alternative models of conflict and culls testable... 
Datasets | Peacetime | Civil wars | Income inequality | Rebellion | Economic models | Commodities | War | War conflict | Government intervention | IMPACT | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | SET | MODELS | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Evaluation | Influence | Civil war | Models | Economic conditions | Peace negotiations | Military history
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Oxford Economic Papers, ISSN 0030-7653, 10/1998, Volume 50, Issue 4, pp. 563 - 573
We investigate whether civil wars have economic causes. The model is based on utility theory, rebels will conduct a civil war if the perceived benefits... 
Natural resources | Civil wars | Rebellion | Secessionism | War | Population size | Warfare | War conflict | Proxy reporting | Proxy statements | ECONOMICS | GROWTH | Economic aspects | Civil war
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Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, ISSN 0305-9049, 02/2015, Volume 77, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 21
In mature democracies, elections discipline leaders to deliver good economic performance. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, most developing countries also... 
LEADERS | VOTE | COUNTRIES | DEMOCRACY | GROWTH | STATISTICS & PROBABILITY | SOCIAL SCIENCES, MATHEMATICAL METHODS | ECONOMICS | TRANSITIONS | WORLD | Elections | Analysis
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