Economic Dynamics of Territorial Military Conflicts: The Case of Kashmir

  title={Economic Dynamics of Territorial Military Conflicts: The Case of Kashmir},
  author={Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada and Evangelos Koutronas and Alam Khan and Baskaran Angathevar},
  journal={Claremont McKenna College Robert Day School of Economics \& Finance Research Paper Series},
This paper intends to establish conceptual foundations of analyzing the economic dimensions of warfare. The Post-War Final Economic Damage Simulator (PFEDS) attempts to estimate the heterogeneous macroeconomic effects of a potential military conflict. The model suggests nine different indicators: (i) the territorial dispute tension, ∆T; (ii) the territorial dispute strategy, Sn; (iii) warfare dimension, Ak; (iv) warfare losses, -π, (v) warfare economic leaking, -Ψ, (vi) warfare economic… 



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