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Title:The intensity of conflict, growth and post-conflict recovery PDF Logo
Authors:Bleaney, Michael
Dimico, Arcangelo
Issue Date:2011
Series/Report no.:CREDIT Research Paper 11/03
Abstract:Growth rates of per capita GDP are depressed by civil conflict to a degree that reflects its severity. Only the more severe conflicts - ones that affect at least half of the country by land area and/or cause more than 1,000 fatalities in at least one year - have a significant negative growth effect. Post-conflict recovery of output is enhanced by aid flows but this finding may be subject to endogeneity bias.
Subjects:aid
conflict
growth
JEL:O1
O4
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:CREDIT Research Papers, The University of Nottingham

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