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Author Elbadawi, Ibrahim

Title External interventions and the duration of civil wars / Ibrahim A. Elbadawi, Nicholas Sambanis
Published Washington, D.C. : World Bank, Development Research Group, Public Economics, 2000
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Description 1 online resource
Series Policy research working paper ; 2433
Policy research working papers (Online) ; 2433
Summary The authors combine an empirical model of external intervention with a theoretical model of civil war duration. Their empirical model of intervention allows them to analyze civil war duration using "expected" rather than "actual" external intervention as an explanatory variable in the duration model. Unlike previous studies, they find that external intervention is positively associated with the duration of civil war--Summary findings
Analysis Governance, Civil Society, and Participation
Notes "September 2000"--Cover
Title from title screen as viewed on Oct. 10, 2002
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 17-18)
Subject Civil war -- Econometric models
Intervention (International law) -- Econometric models
Form Electronic book
Author Sambanis, Nicholas, 1967-
World Bank. Development Research Group. Public Economics
LC no. 2002616205