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This paper considers why economic policies may need to be distinctive if a country is post-conflict relative to others which are equally poor but peaceful. Objectives should probably be distinctive because the risk of conflict is typically much higher. I argue that appropriate responses are job...
This paper argues that the search for a policy framework for transiting from post-conflict recovery to sustainable development in Sub-Saharan Africa could be anchored in the broad concept of development as a process of expanding the freedoms that people enjoy. Under such concept the overarching...
This paper attempts to identify the key challenges of financing countries in post-conflict transition. Such countries constitute a critical development challenge given their enormous socio-economic needs and the difficulties associated with providing effective development assistance. Conflict...
The papers in this volume deal with some aspects of the process of development in post-conflict countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, namely, policy framework for transiting from post-conflict to sustainable development; mechanisms for financing post-conflict recovery; poverty reduction strategies...
The period 19902000 saw 19 major armed conflicts in Africa. Peace has been elusive, and the term post-conflict often a sad misnomer. War is expensive and hence has powerful economic consequences. Civil war, which is now, by far, the most common form of conflict in Africa, is particularly...
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