Economic Policy in Post-Conflict Societies
Once a civil war has ended, what economic policies should a society adopt? Should institutions such as the World Bank, which provide policy advice, recommend policies that are distinctive because the society is post-conflict? Should donors modify their own policies — notably their rules of aid allocation — so as to make special provision for countries that are post-conflict?
KeywordsPolicy Reform Public Capital Military Expenditure Thematic Issue Policy Improvement
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