Post-Conflict Economic Reconstruction
From Supply and Demand to Power and Data: The Case for a More Restrained Handling of Job Creation Programs in Conflict-Affected Situations
When implemented in countries affected by conflict, livelihood programs often face a dual imperative: support people’s livelihoods and economic activity and contribute to peacebuilding
The effects of economic development are well known: reduced suffering, increased opportunity, broader prosperity, and enriched lives. Development also helps to stabilize governments and incre
This blog post comes from Del Fitchett, Independent Economics Consultant and former Senior Economist at the World Bank.