Supplying peace: Participation in and troop contribution to peacekeeping missions

  title={Supplying peace: Participation in and troop contribution to peacekeeping missions},
  author={V. Bove and Leandro Elia},
  journal={Journal of Peace Research},
  pages={699 - 714}
We explore the supply side of peacekeeping – the determinants of a country’s voluntary contributions to peacekeeping operations. We focus on troop contribution and examine a large set of operations, from UN-led missions to operations led by NATO, the African Union, the European Union, and ad hoc coalitions. We rely on a theoretical model of the private provision of public goods and a dataset on troop contribution across 102 states and 45 operations from 1999 to 2009 to explain both the… Expand

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