Vol 6, No 2 (2011)

Sterling Huang and David Throsby write on quantitative political, economic, and social determinants of peace. Vincenzo Bove studies the theory of supply and demand for peacekeeping. Alvaro Riascos and Juan Vargas review the quantitative literature on violence and economic growth in Colombia. Zachary Tambudzai examines determinants of military expenditure in Zimbabwe. Steve Pickering questions the supposed "bellicosity" of mountain people. John Gilbert, Krit Linananda, Tanigawa Takahiko, Edward Tower, and Alongkorn Tuncharoenlarp study the deadweight cost of war with an illustrative computable general equilibrium (CGE) model. 

Table of Contents


Economic, political, and social determinants of peace PDF
Sterling Huang, David Throsby
Violence and growth in Colombia: A review of the quantitative literature PDF
Alvaro J. Riascos, Juan F. Vargas
Determinism in the mountains: The ongoing belief in the bellicosity of 'mountain people' PDF
Steve Pickering
A theoretical approach to the demand and supply for peacekeeping PDF
Vincenzo Bove
The deadweight cost of war: An illustrative CGE PDF
John Gilbert, Krit Linananda, Tanigawa Takahiko, Edward Tower, Alongkorn Tuncharoenlarp
Determinants of military expenditure in Zimbabwe PDF
Zachary Tambudzai
Entire issue PDF