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The Political Economy of Conflict in South Asia

  • Matthew J. Webb
  • Albert Wijeweera

Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Matthew J. Webb, Albert Wijeweera
    Pages 1-11
  3. Howard Brasted, Zahid Shahab Ahmed
    Pages 114-131
  4. Christos Kollias, Stephanos Papadamou
    Pages 191-210
  5. Ali C. Tasiran, Zainab Kazim Ali
    Pages 211-226
  6. Matthew J. Webb, Albert Wijeweera
    Pages 227-230
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 231-234

About this book


Destructive conflicts have thwarted growth and development in South Asia for more than half a century. This collection of multi-disciplinary essays examines the economic causes and consequences of military conflict in South Asia from a variety of perspectives embracing fiscal, social, strategic, environmental and several other dimensions.


South Asia conflict separatism violence war on terror terrorism political economy development growth transition

Editors and affiliations

  • Matthew J. Webb
    • 1
  • Albert Wijeweera
    • 2
  1. 1.The Petroleum InstituteUnited Arab Emirates
  2. 2.Southern Cross UniversityAustralia

About the editors

Zahid Shahab Ahmed, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Pakistan Zainab Kazim Ali, Middlesex University, UK Howard Brasted, University of New England, Australia Michael B. Charles, Southern Cross University, Australia Judgep S. Chima, University of California, Berkeley, USA Syed Serajul Islam, Lakehead University, Canada Pramod Kantha, Wright State University, USA Christos Kollias, University of Thessaly, Greece Stefanos Papadamou, University of Thessaly, Greece Farhan Hanif Siddiqi, Middle East Research Institute (MERI) Elisabeth Sinnewe, Southern Cross University, Australia Ali C. Tasiran, Middlesex University and Birkbeck College London, UK Lavanya Vemsani, Shawnee State University, USA.

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