Understanding civil war : evidence and analysis. Volume 2 Europe, Central Asia, and other regions

Other titles
  • Europe, Central Asia, and other regions
Published
  • Washington, DC : World Bank 2005
Physical description
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations, map
ISBN
  • 0821360507
  • 9780821360507
  • 6610214077
  • 9786610214075
  • 1280214074
  • 9781280214073
  • 0821360493
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • Print version record.
Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; 1 The Collier-Hoeffler Model of Civil War Onset and the Case Study Project Research Design; 2 Resources and Rebellion in Aceh, Indonesia; 3 The Lebanese Civil War, 1975-90; 4 Crime, Violence, and Political Conflict in Russia; 5 Conflict, Violence, and Crime in Colombia; 6 The "Troubles" of Northern Ireland: Civil Conflict in an Economically Well-Developed State; 7 Bosnia's Civil War: Origins and Violence Dynamics; 8 Greed and Grievance Diverted: How Macedonia Avoided Civil War, 1990-2001; 9 Civil Wars in the Caucasus.
  • 10 Conclusion: Using Case Studies to Refine and Expand the Theory of Civil WarContributors; Index; Figures; 4.1 Map of Russia Showing Number of Homicides per 100,000 Population in Year 2000; 5.1 Colombia's Homicide Rate (1945-2000); 5.2 Kidnappings and Guerrilla Attacks, 1984-99; 5.3 FARC Men and Size of the Cocaine Crops; 5.4 Property Crime Rate and Road Piracy Rate; 5.5 Local and Neighbor Homicide Rate (1995-2000 mean); 5.6 Neighbor FARC vs. Neighbor Homicide Rate (1995-2000 mean); 5.7 Neighbor ELN vs. Neighbor Homicide Rate (1995-2000 mean).
  • 5.8 Neighbor Common Criminals vs. Neighbor Homicide Rate (1995-2000 mean)5.9 Contagious Diffusion Patterns; 5.10 Hierarchical Diffusion; 5.11 Local and Neighbor Homicide Rate (number of municipalities that experienced change between 1995-98 and 1998-2000); 5.12 Neighbor Homicide Rate vs. Neighbor FARC (number of groups that experienced change between 1995-98 and 1998-2000); 5.13 Neighbor Homicide Rate vs. Neighbor ELN (number of groups that experienced change between 1995-98 and 1998-2000).
  • 5.14 Neighbor Homicide Rate vs. Neighbor Common Criminals (number of groups that experienced change between 1995-98 and 1998 6.1 Deaths by Month in the Northern Ireland Conflict; 6.2 Total Deaths per Year, 1969-99; 7.1 Spatial Variation of Reported Human Rights Abuse Incidents and Mass Grave Locations; 7.2 Estimated Number of Bodies in Mass Graves (1992 -93); 7.3 Temporal Variation in Reported Incidents of Human Rights Abuses; Tables; 1.1 Outbreaks of War in the CH Model; 1.2 Descriptive Statistics: CH Variables; 1.3 Opportunity Model; 1.4 Grievance Model.
  • 1.5 Combined Opportunity and Grievance Model2.1 The Three Incarnations of GAM; 3.1 War Period Militias; 3.2 CH Model Coefficients for Core and Alternative Models; 3.3 Data on Lebanon; 3.4 Estimates of Financial Resources Accruing to Militias During the Civil War; 3.5 Estimates of Financial Resources Accruing to Militias During the Civil War; 4.1 Descriptive Statistics and Variable Definitions; 4.2 GMM Core Regression Results; 4.3 GMM Extended Regression Results; 4.4 Impact on Crimes from Additional Variance of Independent Variable (Percent); 4.5 Conflict Regression Results.
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Genre
  • Bibliography
  • Case studies.
  • Electronic books.
  • Illustrated
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Language
  • English

Summary

  • VOLUME 1: AfricaVOLUME 2: Europe, Central Asia, and Other Regions"This is a superb manuscript, and one that will become a standard reference in the field for students of conflict and civil war." Robert Bates, Eaton Professor of the Science of Government.

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