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The economic functions of violence in civil wars / David Keen
Bib ID 403255
Format BookBook
Author
Keen, David, 1958-
 
Description Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1998 
88 p. : maps ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0199223734
0199223734
Series

Adelphi papers ; no. 320.

Full contents
  • Ch. 1. The Economic Benefits of Civil War
  • Ch. 2. 'Top-down' Economic Violence
  • Ch. 3. 'Bottom-up' Economic Violence
  • Ch. 4. External Intervention and Economic Violence.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [80]-88).

Subjects Civil war - Economic aspects.  |  Political violence - Economic aspects.  |  Civil war - Economic aspects - Africa.  |  Political violence - Economic aspects - Africa.
Other authors/contributors International Institute for Strategic Studies

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