SIS Class Visit: Economics of Violence and Peace
Monday, March 23, 2020
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
This course examines political economic issues concerning war and peace, including civil war, terrorism, and insurgency. Taking a broad view that emphasizes the interaction between economic and non-economic factors, including religion and culture, it discusses economic causes of wars, focusing on economic grievances, resources, environmental problems, and poverty; economic consequences of wars; and economic measures for conflict prevention and resolution, as well as post-conflict reconstruction.
Registration period closes Friday, March 20, 2020