In this paper from the International Labor Organization, Bernd Beber and Christopher Blattman analyze the relationship between the role of coercion and child soldiering.
This report from the GIZ Center for Cooperation with the Private Sector outlines the strategic role that Corporate Social Responsbility can play in Africa's cumulative development.
In this paper from International Alert, Zuleika Candan explores the effectiveness of the component geared towards providing ex-combatants with long-term livelihood opportunities and psycho-social support in Liberia.
The aim of the series is to stimulate discussions at the local, national and international level about the role that private sector actors can play in the effective reintegration of ex-combatants, and to strengthen practice by developing recommendations for future socio-economic reintegration programs.
This paper prepared for the West Point Conference on Expeditionary Economics discusses the challenges practitioners face when attempting critical infrastructure reconstruction.
Aid, Employment and Inclusive Growth in Conflict-Affected Countries: Policy Recommendations for Liberia
This paper by Graciana del Castillo with UNU-WIDER highlights the imperative importance of the economics of peace and strategic use of reconstruction zones with insightful suggestions for Liberia.
This paper draws on experience from five countries to assess how aid-effectiveness can be improved in fragile situations.
Using data from Liberia, this paper analyzes the possibility of predicting local-level violence.