Civil War Exposure and Violence

@inproceedings{Miguel2009CivilWE,
  title={Civil War Exposure and Violence},
  author={Edward Miguel and Sebasti{\'a}n M. Saiegh and Shanker Satyanath},
  year={2009}
}
In recent years scholars have begun to focus on the consequences of individuals’ exposure to civil war, including its severe health and psychological consequences. Our innovation is to move beyond the survey methodology that is widespread in this literature to analyze the actual behavior of individuals with varying degrees of exposure to civil war in a common institutional setting. We exploit the presence of thousands of international soccer (football) players with different exposures to civil… CONTINUE READING

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