7 edition of The political economy of conflict and appropriation found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Michelle R. Garfinkel, Stergios Skaperdas.|
|Contributions||Garfinkel, Michelle R., 1960-, Skaperdas, Stergios.|
|LC Classifications||HB74.P65 P656 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||95045578|
This memo was prepared for a WPF seminar on “New Wars, New Peace” held at the Fletcher School, January All wars, large and small, new and old, have a “political economy.” But it is striking that “political economies of conflict” only became a truly distinctive and broadly recognizable research agenda in the post-Cold War era. This book is based on the results of a research project that was funded by the – Paul Richards (), The Political Economy of Internal Conflict in Sierra Leone. Also, the South African Institute of International Affairs facilitated a fieldwork new type of conflict-related political economy.
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This book is first of its kind insofar as it brings together the work done by a number of economists in the field of conflict and war. The authors are prolific writers on war and conflict. Treatment of issues relating to armament spending, political competetion and modeling conflict is detailed.5/5(1).
The essays in this volume integrate conflict and appropriation into economic analysis. In the first of two sets of essays, the actual or potential use of force is a primary determinant of aggregate outcomes. In the second set, appropriation takes subtler forms and is mediated by the political process.
First, it applies economic concepts and models to help one understand diverse conflict activities such as war, terrorism, genocide, and peace. Second, it treats coercive appropriation as a fundamental economic activity, joining production and exchange as a means of wealth : Charles H.
Anderton, John R. Carter. The Political Economy of Conflict and Appropriation This collection of essays departs from the conventional economic paradigm wherein individuals or groups choose among various productive activities for mutually beneficial trade.
A radical new collection addressing violence against women in conflict zones across the global South. The Political Economy of Conflict and Violence against Women shows how political, economic, social and ideological processes intersect to shape conflict related gender-based violence against women.
Through feminist interrogations of the politics of economies, struggles for political power. The political economy of conflict and appropriation book as a fundamental economic activity, joining production and exchange as a means of wealth acquisition.
Drawing on a half-century of scholarship, this book presents a primer on the key themes and principles of conﬂict economics. Although much work in the ﬁeld is abstract, the book is. The Oxford Handbook of Political Economy surveys the field of political economy.
Over its long lifetime, political economy has had many different meanings: the science of managing the resources of a nation so as to provide wealth to its inhabitants for Adam Smith; the study of how the ownership of the means of production influenced historical processes for Marx; the study of the inter.
The Political Economy of Civil War and Conflict Transformation Karen Ballentine and Heiko Nitzschke 1. Introduction Throughout history, economic factors have played a central role in warfare.
Until recently, however, the economic dimensions of civil wars have received little policy attention let alone systematic scholarly assessment. Chapter 14 Power, Politics and Conflict What the Chapter Covers Like Chapters 11 to 13, this one deals with phenomena that are largely encountered at the group (or intergroup) level.
In conceptual terms power, politics and conflict are three different topics, but. Economists offer a rational-choice perspective on conflict, using approaches that range from the game theoretic to the experimental.
Modern economics has largely ignored the issue of outright conflict as an alternative way of allocating goods, assuming instead the existence of well-defined property rights enforced by an undefined third party. political conflicts are analyzed within the context of history and geography.
Defining Conflict Theory In general, conflict theory seeks to scientifically explain the general contours of conflict in society: how conflict starts and varies, and the effects it brings.
The central concerns of conflict theory are the unequal distribution of scarce. The international political economy of conflict in poor countries is discussed, focusing on the impact of trade, finance, and aid on the process of conflict itself.
Keywords: armed conflicts, world economy, trade, finance, aid, nation states, political economy, poor countries. Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service.
Conclusions: The Political Economy of War-Making and State-Making in a Globalizing World By DIETRICH JUNG The “intermestic negotiations in south-eastern Europe,” the “Balkan routes to state formation,” or the deadly but profitable militia economies in war-torn Lebanon evoke a similar picture to Mandeville’s account of early capitalism.
Regional economic cooperation may be a viable alternative to the present conflicts. However, the varied experience of regional initiatives in Southeast Asia provides a cautionary note that, while there is the potential for peaceful development of the South China Sea, there are significant challenges to structuring successful programs.
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34 A political approach to conflict avoids the two shortcomings of a pure economic approach: it captures the costs of conflict and focuses on the rule-producing function of conflicts.
The dynamics of conflict shape the institutional identity of the contending parties and determine the type and size of their coalitions and group formation.
Globalization, suggest the authors of this collection, is creating new opportunities - some legal, some illicit - for armed factions to pursue their agendas in civil war. Within this context, they analyze the key dynamics of war economies and the challenges posed for conflict resolution and sustainable peace.
Thematic chapters consider key issues in the political economy of internal wars, as /5(2). On the Political Economy of Violence and Appropriation. Authors; Authors and affiliations on new institutional economics and sociology to an analysis of the emergence and logic of the rules of the game in the political economy of civil wars.
On the Political Economy of Violence and Appropriation. In: Beckmann V., Padmanabhan M. (eds. At the point of independence inSri Lanka was projected to be a success story in the developing world. However, in July a violent ethnic conflict which pitted the Sinhalese against the Tamils began, and did not come to an end until This conflict led to nea combatant deaths and approximat civilian deaths, as well as almost 1 million internally-displaced.
This collection examines implications of technological automation to global prosperity and peace. Focusing on robots, information communication technologies, and other automation technologies, it offers brief interventions that assess how automation may alter extant political, social, and economic institutions, norms, and practices that comprise the global political economy.
Political conflicts and the mechanisms behind the concept Paper presented at the XXIV Nordic Conference on Local Government Research, Gothenburg NovemberLouise Skoog @ School of Public Administration, University of Gothenburg For the reader In my PhD-project, the concept of political conflict is explored.Three case studies are discussed: the Democratic Republic of the Congo (violence in an era of conflict), Sierra Leone (violence post-conflict), and Tanzania (which has not seen armed conflict on the mainland).
This book fills a significant gap on the political economy of war and women/gender for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students.Conflict economics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Conflict economics is a branch of economics that puts the allocation of resources by means of violent fighting, i.e.
conflict, into economic models. In traditional economics, appropriation is a non-violent process that is guaranteed by perfect property rights and their costless enforcement.