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Economics of Peace and Security Journal

2006 - 2021

Current editor(s): Michael Brown and J Paul Dunne

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Volume 16, issue 1, 2021

Accounting for numbers: Group characteristics and the choice of violent and nonviolent tactics pp. 5-25 Downloads
Marianne Dahl, Scott Gates, Kristian Skrede and Belen Gonzalez
Accounting for numbers: Symposium on Middle East and North African (MENA) conflict. Part 1: An introduction pp. 26-27 Downloads
Dina Mansour-Ille and Hamid E Ali
Warlord politics and economic clientelism in Lebanon pp. 28-40 Downloads
Sebastian Ille and Dina Mansour-Ille
Restructuring state power in Sudan pp. 41-51 Downloads
Andrew E. Yaw Tchie and Hamid E. Ali
Humanitarian aid and war economies: The case of Yemen pp. 52-65 Downloads
Moosa Elayah and Matilda Fenttiman
Did the Qatar blockade work? Evidence from trade and consumer welfare three years after the blockade pp. 66-73 Downloads
Hanan Al-Mal and Ayhab F. Saad

Volume 15, issue 2, 2020

Historical origins of land rights insecurity and implications for conflict in Thailand pp. 5-18 Downloads
Jessica Vechbanyongratana and Kawita Niwatananun
Offsets in practice: Forests, peoples, and governments: Persistent land-use conflict in Northern Thailand pp. 19-35 Downloads
Khemarat Talerngsri-Teerasuwannajak
Protracted statelessness and nationalitylessness among the Lahu, Akha and Tai-Yai in Northern Thailand: Problem areas and the vital role of health insurance status pp. 36-52 Downloads
Chantal Herberholz
Poverty and conflict in Thailand’s Deep South pp. 53-65 Downloads
Sawarai Boonyamanond and Papusson Chaiwat
Income inequality and conflicts: A new Gini decomposition analysis pp. 66-82 Downloads
Isra Sarntisart
Capital flows and political conflicts: Evidence from Thailand pp. 83-100 Downloads
Pongsak Luangaram and Yuthana Sethapramote

Volume 15, issue 1, 2020

Red flags for arms trade corruption pp. 5-19 Downloads
Samuel Perlo-Freeman
Offsets in practice: The experience of South Africa pp. 20-30 Downloads
Paul Holden
Arms for export? A reappraisal of the Brazilian arms industry pp. 31-38 Downloads
Diego Lopes da Silva
14 empty airframes: public–private relations in the Swedish arms industry pp. 39-48 Downloads
Linda Akerstrom
The weaponized Gulf riyal politik(s) and shifting dynamics of the global arms trade pp. 49-57 Downloads
Emma Soubrier
Strategic choices by the incumbent and challenger during revolution and civil war pp. 58-81 Downloads
Kjell Hausken and Mthuli Ncube

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
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