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Conflict and control in the world economy

R. J. Barry Jones

Conflict and control in the world economy

contemporary economic realism and neo-mercantilism

by R. J. Barry Jones

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Published by Wheatsheaf Books, Distributed by Harvester Press in Brighton, Sussex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mercantile system.,
  • Economic policy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-263).

    StatementR.J. Barry Jones.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB91 .J66x 1986b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 276 p. ;
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1800883M
    ISBN 100745000444
    LC Control Number89204793

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    conflict country and with the rest of the world, and the extent of external assistance the country received. The sections below review the literature and summarize shared and country-specific trends for each of the conflicts noted above, both in regard to the impact of the conflict on the affected economy and also the post-conflict recovery. Today, conflict is the number one driver of extreme poverty and hunger. It is propelling an unprecedented rise in fragile states after decades of decline. That is why my organisation, Mercy Corps, argues that the pathway to achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals starts with goal 16 and its emphasis on peace, governance and justice.

    Conflict economics is a branch of economics that puts the allocation of resources by means of violent fighting, i.e. conflict, into economic models.. In traditional economics, appropriation is a non-violent process that is guaranteed by perfect property rights and their costless enforcement. Conflict economics sheds a different light on appropriation.   According to JP Morgan, a conflict that blocks the Strait of Hormuz for six months could drive up oil prices by %. Photograph: Giuseppe Cacace/AFP via Getty Images. F ollowing the US.


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