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Jurgen Brauer and Raul Caruso put up the first-ever article on peace economics on wikipedia.
They write: "Apologies to colleagues... Read more
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has just published new data on international arms transfers. According to SIPRI, the... Read more
In this article, the authors examine the incidence of piracy worldwide and question the assumption of a negative correlation between... Read more
In his 2011 State of the Union, President Obama outlined a sweeping program for economic transformation, resting on innovation, education,... Read more
This report addresses the issues of economic governance in war-torn economies. In particular it makes a case for the early... Read more
In the working paper "Peace economists and peace economics", Jurgen Brauer and Raul Caruso delve into the question what has... Read more
The Minister for Development Cooperation of the Netherlands, Minister Koenders, has requested a strategy paper presenting an overview of different... Read more
The protest movement that began in Tunisia in January, subsequently spreading to Egypt, and then to Spain, has now become... Read more
Dambisa Moyo (www.dambisamoyo.com) is a Zambian economist who used to work for Goldman Sachs and the World Bank. In her... Read more
After 15 years since the 1996-1998 parliamentary Defence Review, EPS South Africa Terry Crawford-Browne on 17 November 2011 finally succeeded in South... Read more
This issue includes articles on Algeria, the global airline industry, the duration of war and the onset of peace, and... Read more
By Joppe de Ree and Maarten Bosker (published on VoxEU)
Civil wars are devastating to a country’s development perspectives. What’s more,... Read more