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Title:Post-conflict recovery: Does the global economy work for peace? PDF Logo
Authors:Addison, Tony
Issue Date:2005
Series/Report no.:WIDER Discussion Papers // World Institute for Development Economics (UNU-WIDER) 2005/05
Abstract:Countries as diverse as Afghanistan, Angola, and Sierra Leone are now attempting to recover from major wars, often amidst continuing insecurity. The challenge is to achieve a broad-based recovery that benefits the majority of people. The economic and social recovery of conflict-affected countries cannot be separated from their interaction with the rest of the world through flows of finance, goods, and people. Unfortunately, the global economy is not working well for peace. Trade reform, in particular, must take account of the need to create better, and non-violent, livelihoods for the world’s poor: rich-country protectionism in agriculture hinders broad-based recovery and thereby harms the new international security agenda. Post-conflict economies also need more external finance to support early institutional development and reform, thereby increasing the effectiveness of longer-term aid inflows.
Subjects:conflict
terrorism
international trade
global public goods
JEL:F02
F34
F35
ISBN:9291906778
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:WIDER Discussion Papers, United Nations University (UNU)

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