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Economics of Peace and Security Journal

2006 - 2019

Current editor(s): Jurgen Brauer and J Paul Dunne

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Volume 14, issue 2, 2019

The effects of terror attacks on happiness: Evidence from Turkey pp. 5-20 Downloads
Julide Yildirim, Tekin Kose and Gizem Tanrivere
Conflict determinants in Africa pp. 21-31 Downloads
John Dunne and Nan Tian
The incumbent, challenger, and population during revolution and civil war pp. 32-41 Downloads
Kjell Hausken and Mthuli Ncube
Combining data on military supply and demand for arms production estimates pp. 42-54 Downloads
Michael Brzoska
Don’t just click ‘download’: The case of U.S. military expenditure data pp. 55-64 Downloads
Jurgen Brauer

Volume 14, issue 1, 2019

‘Tis but thy name that is my enemy: On the construction of macro panel datasets in conflict and peace economics pp. 5-26 Downloads
Vanessa A. Boese and Katrin Kamin
Burden-sharing for global cooperation on safety and security pp. 27-38 Downloads
Marion Bogers, Robert Beeres and Myriame Bollen
Demilitarizing a small African country: Rationale, necessary conditions, and financing pp. 39-45 Downloads
Geoff Harris and Tlohang Letsie
The impact of terror attacks on global sectoral capital markets: An empirical study pp. 46-59 Downloads
Stelios Markoulis and Nikolas Neofytou
Participation in the international coalition against Daesh and the rise of foreign fighters pp. 60-67 Downloads
Cind Du Bois and Caroline Buts

Volume 13, issue 2, 2018

SIPRI’s arms producing and military services companies database pp. 5-10 Downloads
Aude Fleurant and Nan Tian
Issues in the quantitative analysis of the SIPRI arms industry database pp. 11-18 Downloads
Ronald Smith and John Dunne
Filling arms production data gaps: South America as a case in point pp. 19-25 Downloads
Diego Lopes da Silva
Analysis of SIPRI’s arms production data: Some suggestions for expansion pp. 26-29 Downloads
Herbert Wulf
Arms industry data: Knowns and unknowns pp. 30-36 Downloads
Keith Hartley
Arms, corruption, and the state: Understanding the role of arms trade corruption in power politics pp. 37-46 Downloads
Sam Perlo-Freeman

Volume 13, issue 1, 2018

The need to be governed: Governance and violence in conflict contexts pp. 5-11 Downloads
Patricia Justino
Security and development: Shifting the focus to interpersonal violence pp. 12-23 Downloads
Anke Hoeffler
The European origins of the Israeli–Palestinian economic union: A genealogical approach pp. 24-34 Downloads
Jamie Levin
The enemy votes: Weapons improvisation and bargaining failure pp. 35-42 Downloads
Garrett Wood
The evolution of revolution: Is splintering inevitable? pp. 43-54 Downloads
Atin Basuchoudhary and Laura Razzolini

Volume 12, issue 2, 2017

On peace and development economics pp. 5-9 Downloads
Shikha Silwal
The bargaining theory of war and peace pp. 10-15 Downloads
Charles Anderton
Peace economics and peaceful economic policies pp. 16-20 Downloads
Raul Caruso
War, peace, and development pp. 21-31 Downloads
John Dunne
Peace economics in a changing world pp. 32-36 Downloads
Raymond Gilpin

Volume 12, issue 1, 2017

Against the odds: The evolution of the European naval shipbuilding industry pp. 5-11 Downloads
Renaud Bellais
The restructuring of the European land armaments industry: Between political incentives and economic pressures pp. 12-19 Downloads
Adrien Caralp
The European military helicopter industry: Trends and perspectives pp. 20-27 Downloads
Josselin Droff
The European space-industrial complex: New myths, old realities pp. 28-36 Downloads
Vasilis Zervos
The European defense market: Disruptive innovation and market destabilization pp. 38-45 Downloads
Renaud Bellais and Daniel Fiott
Global perspectives on the European arms industries pp. 46-53 Downloads
Richard Bitzinger, Aude Fleurant, Keith Hartley, William Hartung, Stefan Markowski, Yannick Quéau and Robert Wylie
Incumbent policy, benefits provision, and the triggering and spread of revolutionary uprisings pp. 54-63 Downloads
Kjell Hausken and Mthuli Ncube

Volume 11, issue 2, 2016

Snakes and ladders: The development and multiple reconstructions of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute’s military expenditure data pp. 5-13 Downloads
Sam Perlo-Freeman and Elisabeth Skons
Some exercises with SIPRI’s military expenditure alpha data: Same story for Greece and Turkey? pp. 14-19 Downloads
Gulay Gunluk-Senesen
Greece, Portugal, Spain: New evidence on the economic effects of military expenditure using the new SIPRI data pp. 20-27 Downloads
Eftychia Nikolaidou
Investment, growth, and defense expenditure in the EU15: Revisiting the nexus using SIPRI’s new consistent dataset pp. 28-37 Downloads
Christos Kollias and Suzanna-Maria Paleologou
Military expenditure and economic growth in the European Union: Evidence from SIPRI’s extended dataset pp. 38-44 Downloads
Julien Malizard
A dynamic panel analysis using SIPRI’s extended military expenditure data: The case of Middle Power nations pp. 45-49 Downloads
Mohamed Douch and Binyam Solomon
Military expenditure and economic growth, 1960–2014 pp. 50-56 Downloads
John Dunne and Nan Tian

Volume 11, issue 1, 2016

A rationalist explanation of Russian risk-taking pp. 5-11 Downloads
Frank Lehrbass and Valentin Weinhold
The evolution of concentration in the arms market pp. 12-17 Downloads
John Dunne and Ronald Smith
The role of military expenditure and arms imports in the Greek debt crisis pp. 18-27 Downloads
Eftychia Nikolaidou
Military expenditure in Greece: Security challenges and economic constraints pp. 28-34 Downloads
Christos Kollias, Suzanna-Maria Paleologou and Andreas Stergiou
Turkey’s changing security perceptions and expenditures in the 2000s: Substitutes or complements? pp. 35-45 Downloads
Gulden Ayman and Gulay Gunluk-Senesen

Volume 10, issue 2, 2015

The social evolution of genocide across time and geographic space: Perspectives from evolutionary game theory pp. 5-20 Downloads
Charles Anderton
Rational atrocities and state formation: A game theoretic approach to the case of ISIS pp. 21-30 Downloads
Sebastian Ille and Dina Mansour
Hysteresis of targeting civilians in armed conflicts pp. 31-40 Downloads
Uih Ran Lee
On the ground: Field research from Afghanistan pp. 41-42 Downloads
Travers Barclay Child
Aid, Power, and Grievances: Lessons for War and Peace from Rural Afghanistan pp. 43-52 Downloads
Daniel Karell
Honing the proper edge: CERP and the two-sided potential of military-led development in Afghanistan pp. 53-60 Downloads
Greg Adams
Toward mixed-methods impact evaluation: Making stabilization assessments work for development cooperation pp. 61-74 Downloads
Jan Koehler, Kristof Gosztonyi, Basir Feda and Keith Child
Economic impediments to a Taliban peace process pp. 75-84 Downloads
James Weir and Hekmatullah Azamy

Volume 10, issue 1, 2015

Nonparasitic warlords and geographic distance pp. 5-12 Downloads
Jerry Hionis
Wage differentials and economic restrictions: Evidence from the Occupied Palestinian Territories pp. 13-22 Downloads
Belal Fallah and Yousef Daoud
The economics of peace and war in the Chinese military classics pp. 23-31 Downloads
Matthew McCaffrey
The political economy of securitization: The case of Boko Haram, Nigeria pp. 32-39 Downloads
Michael Okwuchi Nwankpa
Political instability and discontinuity in Nigeria: The pre-colonial past and public goods provision under colonial and post-colonial political orders pp. 40-53 Downloads
Kostadis Papaioannou and Angus Edwin Dalrymple-Smith
The Effect of Farmer-Pastoralist Violence on Income: New Survey Evidence from Nigeria’s Middle Belt States pp. 54-65 Downloads
Topher McDougal, Talia Hagerty, Lisa Inks, Claire-Lorentz Ugo-Ike, Caitriona Dowd, Stone Conroy and Daniel Ogabiela
Macroeconomic benefits of farmer-pastoralist peace in Nigeria’s Middle Belt: An input-output analysis approach pp. 66-77 Downloads
Topher McDougal, Talia Hagerty, Lisa Inks, Caitriona Dowd and Stone Conroy
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