How Much War Will we see

@inproceedings{Elbadawi2002HowMW,
  title={How Much War Will we see},
  author={Ibrahim Elbadawi and Nicholas Sambanis},
  year={2002}
}
  • Ibrahim Elbadawi, Nicholas Sambanis
  • Published 2002
  • Economics
  • Quantitative studies of civil war have focused on war initiation (onset) or war duration and termination and produced important insights into these processes. An empirical analysis of civil war prevalence is used to show that the prevalence or amount of war observed at any given time is important. Civil war prevalence is defined as the probability of observing either a new war onset or the continuation of an ongoing war or both. Two economic theories of war onset and duration are combined to… CONTINUE READING

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