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Europe, Central Asia, and other regions, Volume 2
 
Author:Collier, Paul [editor]; Sambanis, Nicholas [editor]; Country:Kenya; Senegal; Congo, Democratic Republic of ; Algeria; Mali; Nigeria; Burundi; Mozambique; Sudan;
Date Stored:2005/11/21Document Date:2005/08/22
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Post Conflict Reintegration; Social Conflict and Violence; Peace & Peacekeeping; International Affairs; Services & Transfers to Poor
ISBN:ISBN 0-8213-6049-3Language:English
Region:Africa; Middle East and North AfricaReport Number:34411
Volume No:2  

Summary: The two volumes of Understanding Civil War build upon the World Bank's prior research on conflict and violence, particularly on the work of Paul Collier and Anke Hoeffler, whose model of civil war onset has sparked much discussion on the relationship between conflict and development in what came to be known as the "greed" versus "grievance" debate. The authors systematically apply the Collier-Hoeffler model to 15 countries in 6 different regions of the world, using a comparative case study methodology to revise and expand upon economic models of civil war. (The countries selected are Burundi, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Kenya, Mozambique, Sudan, Algeria, Mali, Senegal, Indonesia, Lebanon, Russian Federation, Colombia, Northern Ireland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, and the Caucasus.) The book concludes that the "greed" versus "grievance" debate should be abandoned for a more complex model that considers greed and grievance as inextricably fused motives for civil war.

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