Revisiting Strategies for Post-Conflict Economic Recovery: Assessing the Findings of the 2011 World Development Report
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- Youth as a Form of Conflict
Essay by Jomana Amara, Naval Postgraduate School
- Importance of Benefit-Cost Analysis
Essay by Robert Aten, retired U.S. Agency for International Development
- Role of Markets in Promoting Peace
Essay by Tilman Brück, German Institute for Economic Research
- Prioritizing Innovative Governance Partnerships
Essay by Sasha Lezhnev, Grassroots Reconciliation Group
- Innovation and Control Mechanisms in Conflict-Affected States
Essay by Domenico Lombardi, Brookings Institution
- Optimal Mix of Development Assistance
Essay by Vijaya Ramachandran, Center for Global Development
The Center for Sustainable Economies at the United States Institute of Peace hosted this two-day eSeminar in partnership with Economists for Peace and Security, August 3-4, 2011, to consider economic reconstruction strategies for countries/regions that have been affected by violent conflict. A panel of experienced scholars and practitioners evaluated the new research presented in the World Bank’s 2011 World Development Report: Conflict, Security and Development and offered their thoughts on the design, implementation and monitoring of conflict-sensitive initiatives. Additionally, these experts* were available to respond to the comments and questions or participants for the duration of the eSeminar. The eSeminar will consider their remarks and (hopefully) identify concrete steps that could be taken to achieve
Although the eSeminar has ended, we invite you to participate in three ways:
- Review the notes from all six commentators (listed and linked above);
- Contribute your insights via the “comment” feature at the bottom of each essay; and
- Share examples, publications and case studies.
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*Tilman Brück was unavailable to participate in the eSeminar due to scheduling conflicts.