Economic Agendas in Civil Wars: What We Know, What We Need to Know
The political economy of civil wars has acquired unprecedented scholarly and policy attention. Among others, the International Peace Academyâ€™s programme on Economic Agendas in Civil Wars (EACW) has aimed to contribute to a better understanding of the complex dynamics of civil war economies and has identified areas for policy development critical for improved conflict prevention, conflict resolution, and post- conflict peacebuilding. [Discussion Paper No. 2005/07]
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