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Some economic consequences of the transition from civil war to peace.

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Drawing on evidence from Africa - especially Ethiopia and Uganda - the authors of this volume draw conclusions about economic policy in the aftermath of civil war. A sample of conclusions follows. Civil wars differ from international wars. They are informal, often have no clear beginning and end, weaken rather than strengthen the authority of the state, and leave two unreconciled armies to be demobilized within one territory. Civil wars erode the institutions of civil society, leading to a de...

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Volume:
1392
Series:
Policy Research Working Paper Series
Publication date:
1994-01-01
URN:
uuid:c36bdca4-c6a4-488c-a794-18d63c5987d5
Local pid:
oai:economics.ouls.ox.ac.uk:12073
Language:
English

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