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Civil conflicts, ethnicity and development

AuthorsRay, Debraj CSIC; Esteban, Joan CSIC ORCID
Issue Date19-Jan-2016
CitationMid-Year Conference EDI (2017)
AbstractIn this review, we examine the links between economic development and social conflict. By economic development, we refer broadly to aggregate changes in per-capita income and wealth, or in the distribution of that wealth. By social conflict, we refer to within-country unrest, ranging from peaceful demonstrations, processions and strikes to violent riots and civil war. We organize our review by critically examining three common perceptions: that conflict declines with ongoing economic growth; that conflict is principally organized along economic differences rather than similarities; and that conflict, most especially in developing countries, is driven by ethnic motives
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en la Mid-Year Conference - "Economic Development and Institutions" (EDI) celebrada en la Universidad de Namur (Bélgica) el 19 de enero de 2016
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/175404
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