Economic governance in failed states : a study of the money men in Afghanistan
Can transitive state-building and post-conflict reconstruction models ever exist in a vacuum, or must they always be crafted to specific circumstances? Much of the current discourse and practice around state-building and war economies seeks to understand how change can be achieved through an analytic lens that poses dichotomies of formal versus informal institutions, public versus private authority, and legal versus illegal or morally unacceptable activity. Through an examination of the...[Show more]
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