Indivisibility, Fairness, Farsightedness and their Implications for Security

@inproceedings{Murshed2006IndivisibilityFF,
  title={Indivisibility, Fairness, Farsightedness and their Implications for Security},
  author={S. Murshed},
  year={2006}
}
It is now two decades since the founding of UNU-WIDER, an institute that commenced its activities under the leadership of the late Lal Jayawardena. Although its remit is primarily development economics research, other issues not narrowly related to economics have also been studied at WIDER. A good example, is the work of the historian Eric Hobsbawm, whose masterly analysis of contemporary world history was penned while at WIDER. The central thesis of Hobsbawm’s (1995) opus is the pervasively… Expand

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