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Table of contents for Greed & grievance : economic agendas in civil wars / edited by Mats Berdal, David M. Malone.


Contents

Acknowledgments     vii

1 Introduction
   Mats Berdal and David M. Malone      1

PART 1
APPROACHES TO THE
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CIVIL WARS

2 Incentives and Disincentives for Violence
   David Keen  19

3 Shadow States and the Political Economy of
   Civil Wars
   William Reno          43

4 Globalization, Transborder Trade, and
   War Economies
   Mark Duffield         69

5 Doing Well out of War: An Economic Perspective
   Paul Collier     91

6 The Resource Curse: Are Civil Wars Driven by
   Rapacity or Paucity?
   Indra de Soysa   113

7 The View from Below
   Musifiky Mwanasali    137

PART 2
CONFRONTING ECONOMIC AGENDAS IN CIVIL WARS

8 Arms, Elites, and Resources
   in the Angolan Civil War
   Virginia Gamba and Richard Cornwell  157
     
9 Targeted Financial Sanctions
   Samuel D. Porteous    173

10 Aiding or Abetting? Humanitarian Aid and
     Its Economic Role in Civil War
     David Shearer  189

11 Shaping Agendas in Civil Wars:
     Can International Criminal Law Help?
     Tom Farer 205

List of Acronyms    233
Selected Bibliography    235
The Contributors    239
Index          243
About the Book 251