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Title Economic aspects of genocides, other mass atrocities, and their prevention [electronic resource] / edited by Charles H. Anderton and Jurgen Brauer.
Publication Info New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2016]



Descript xvi, 709 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Part I: Economics and mass atrocities: overview -- On the economics of genocides, other mass atrocities, and their prevention / Charles H. Anderton and Jurgen Brauer -- "A crime without a name": defining genocide and mass atrocity / James E. Waller -- Datasets and trends of genocides, mass killings, and other civilian atrocities / Charles H. Anderton -- The demography of genocide / Tadeusz Kugler -- The macroeconomic toll of genocide and the sources of economic development / Dimitrios Soudis, Robert Inklaar, and Robbert Maseland -- Part II: Economics and mass atrocities: theoretical approaches and reviews of empirical literature -- Genocide and mass killing risk and prevention: perspectives from constrained optimization models / Charles H. Anderton and Jurgen Brauer -- Incentives and constraints for mass killings: a game-theoretic approach / Joan Esteban, Massimo Morelli, and Dominic Rohner -- Genocide: from social structure to political conduct / Néstor Duch-Brown and Antonio Fonfría -- The microeconomic causes and consequences of genocides and mass atrocities / Patricia Justino -- Development and the risk of mass atrocities: an assessment of the empirical literature / Anke Hoeffler -- Who stays and who leaves during mass atrocities? / Ana María Ibáñez and Andrés Moya -- Media persuasion, ethnic hatred, and mass violence: a brief overview of recent advances / Maria Petrova and David Yanagizawa-Drott -- Part III: Economics and mass atrocities: case studies I -- "For being aboriginal" - economic perspectives on pre-Holocaust genocides / Jurgen Brauer and Raul Caruso -- Identity and incentives: an economic interpretation of the Holocaust / Raul Caruso -- The economics of genocide in Rwanda / Willa Friedman -- Peace and the killing: compatible logics in the Democratic Republic of the Congo / Zoë Marriage -- Gender and the genocidal economy / Elisa von Joeden-Forgey -- Part IV: Economics and mass atrocities: case studies II -- On the logistics of violence: evidence from Stalin's great terror, Nazi-occupied Belarus, and modern African civil wars / Yuri M. Zhukov -- Strategic atrocities: civilians under crossfire - theory and evidence from Colombia / Juan F. Vargas -- From Pax Narcótica to Guerra Pública: explaining civilian violence in Mexico's illicit drug wars / Neil T.N. Ferguson, Maren M. Michaelsen, and Topher L. McDougal -- Long-term economic development in the presence of an episode of mass killing: the case of Indonesia, 1965-1966 / S. Mansoob Murshed and Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin -- Economic foundations of religious killings and genocide with special reference to Pakistan, 1978-2012 / Partha Gangopadhyay -- Understanding civil war violence through military intelligence: mining suspects' records from the Vietnam War / Rex W. Douglass -- Part V: Economics and mass atrocities: toward prediction and prevention -- Economic risk factors and predictive modeling of genocide and mass killing / Charles R. Butcher and Benjamin E. Goldsmith -- Business in genocide: understanding and avoiding complicity / Nora M. Stel and Wim Naudé -- Valuing lives you might save: understanding psychic numbing in the face of genocide / Paul Slovic, Daniel Västfjäll, Robin Gregory, and Kimberly G. Olson -- Genocides and other mass atrocities: a law and economics approach / Jurgen Brauer, Charles H. Anderton, and David Schap -- Local and national democracy in political reconstruction / Roger B. Myerson.
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ISBN 9780199378296 (alk. paper)
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Subject Genocide -- Economic aspects.
Genocide -- Case studies.
Genocide -- Prevention.
Atrocities -- Economic aspects.
Atrocities -- Prevention.
Alt author Anderton, Charles H.
Brauer, Jurgen, 1957-
Descript xvi, 709 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Part I: Economics and mass atrocities: overview -- On the economics of genocides, other mass atrocities, and their prevention / Charles H. Anderton and Jurgen Brauer -- "A crime without a name": defining genocide and mass atrocity / James E. Waller -- Datasets and trends of genocides, mass killings, and other civilian atrocities / Charles H. Anderton -- The demography of genocide / Tadeusz Kugler -- The macroeconomic toll of genocide and the sources of economic development / Dimitrios Soudis, Robert Inklaar, and Robbert Maseland -- Part II: Economics and mass atrocities: theoretical approaches and reviews of empirical literature -- Genocide and mass killing risk and prevention: perspectives from constrained optimization models / Charles H. Anderton and Jurgen Brauer -- Incentives and constraints for mass killings: a game-theoretic approach / Joan Esteban, Massimo Morelli, and Dominic Rohner -- Genocide: from social structure to political conduct / Néstor Duch-Brown and Antonio Fonfría -- The microeconomic causes and consequences of genocides and mass atrocities / Patricia Justino -- Development and the risk of mass atrocities: an assessment of the empirical literature / Anke Hoeffler -- Who stays and who leaves during mass atrocities? / Ana María Ibáñez and Andrés Moya -- Media persuasion, ethnic hatred, and mass violence: a brief overview of recent advances / Maria Petrova and David Yanagizawa-Drott -- Part III: Economics and mass atrocities: case studies I -- "For being aboriginal" - economic perspectives on pre-Holocaust genocides / Jurgen Brauer and Raul Caruso -- Identity and incentives: an economic interpretation of the Holocaust / Raul Caruso -- The economics of genocide in Rwanda / Willa Friedman -- Peace and the killing: compatible logics in the Democratic Republic of the Congo / Zoë Marriage -- Gender and the genocidal economy / Elisa von Joeden-Forgey -- Part IV: Economics and mass atrocities: case studies II -- On the logistics of violence: evidence from Stalin's great terror, Nazi-occupied Belarus, and modern African civil wars / Yuri M. Zhukov -- Strategic atrocities: civilians under crossfire - theory and evidence from Colombia / Juan F. Vargas -- From Pax Narcótica to Guerra Pública: explaining civilian violence in Mexico's illicit drug wars / Neil T.N. Ferguson, Maren M. Michaelsen, and Topher L. McDougal -- Long-term economic development in the presence of an episode of mass killing: the case of Indonesia, 1965-1966 / S. Mansoob Murshed and Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin -- Economic foundations of religious killings and genocide with special reference to Pakistan, 1978-2012 / Partha Gangopadhyay -- Understanding civil war violence through military intelligence: mining suspects' records from the Vietnam War / Rex W. Douglass -- Part V: Economics and mass atrocities: toward prediction and prevention -- Economic risk factors and predictive modeling of genocide and mass killing / Charles R. Butcher and Benjamin E. Goldsmith -- Business in genocide: understanding and avoiding complicity / Nora M. Stel and Wim Naudé -- Valuing lives you might save: understanding psychic numbing in the face of genocide / Paul Slovic, Daniel Västfjäll, Robin Gregory, and Kimberly G. Olson -- Genocides and other mass atrocities: a law and economics approach / Jurgen Brauer, Charles H. Anderton, and David Schap -- Local and national democracy in political reconstruction / Roger B. Myerson.
Note .
ISBN 9780199378296 (alk. paper)
Subject Genocide -- Economic aspects.
Genocide -- Case studies.
Genocide -- Prevention.
Atrocities -- Economic aspects.
Atrocities -- Prevention.
Alt author Anderton, Charles H.
Brauer, Jurgen, 1957-

Subject Genocide -- Economic aspects.
Genocide -- Case studies.
Genocide -- Prevention.
Atrocities -- Economic aspects.
Atrocities -- Prevention.
Descript xvi, 709 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Part I: Economics and mass atrocities: overview -- On the economics of genocides, other mass atrocities, and their prevention / Charles H. Anderton and Jurgen Brauer -- "A crime without a name": defining genocide and mass atrocity / James E. Waller -- Datasets and trends of genocides, mass killings, and other civilian atrocities / Charles H. Anderton -- The demography of genocide / Tadeusz Kugler -- The macroeconomic toll of genocide and the sources of economic development / Dimitrios Soudis, Robert Inklaar, and Robbert Maseland -- Part II: Economics and mass atrocities: theoretical approaches and reviews of empirical literature -- Genocide and mass killing risk and prevention: perspectives from constrained optimization models / Charles H. Anderton and Jurgen Brauer -- Incentives and constraints for mass killings: a game-theoretic approach / Joan Esteban, Massimo Morelli, and Dominic Rohner -- Genocide: from social structure to political conduct / Néstor Duch-Brown and Antonio Fonfría -- The microeconomic causes and consequences of genocides and mass atrocities / Patricia Justino -- Development and the risk of mass atrocities: an assessment of the empirical literature / Anke Hoeffler -- Who stays and who leaves during mass atrocities? / Ana María Ibáñez and Andrés Moya -- Media persuasion, ethnic hatred, and mass violence: a brief overview of recent advances / Maria Petrova and David Yanagizawa-Drott -- Part III: Economics and mass atrocities: case studies I -- "For being aboriginal" - economic perspectives on pre-Holocaust genocides / Jurgen Brauer and Raul Caruso -- Identity and incentives: an economic interpretation of the Holocaust / Raul Caruso -- The economics of genocide in Rwanda / Willa Friedman -- Peace and the killing: compatible logics in the Democratic Republic of the Congo / Zoë Marriage -- Gender and the genocidal economy / Elisa von Joeden-Forgey -- Part IV: Economics and mass atrocities: case studies II -- On the logistics of violence: evidence from Stalin's great terror, Nazi-occupied Belarus, and modern African civil wars / Yuri M. Zhukov -- Strategic atrocities: civilians under crossfire - theory and evidence from Colombia / Juan F. Vargas -- From Pax Narcótica to Guerra Pública: explaining civilian violence in Mexico's illicit drug wars / Neil T.N. Ferguson, Maren M. Michaelsen, and Topher L. McDougal -- Long-term economic development in the presence of an episode of mass killing: the case of Indonesia, 1965-1966 / S. Mansoob Murshed and Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin -- Economic foundations of religious killings and genocide with special reference to Pakistan, 1978-2012 / Partha Gangopadhyay -- Understanding civil war violence through military intelligence: mining suspects' records from the Vietnam War / Rex W. Douglass -- Part V: Economics and mass atrocities: toward prediction and prevention -- Economic risk factors and predictive modeling of genocide and mass killing / Charles R. Butcher and Benjamin E. Goldsmith -- Business in genocide: understanding and avoiding complicity / Nora M. Stel and Wim Naudé -- Valuing lives you might save: understanding psychic numbing in the face of genocide / Paul Slovic, Daniel Västfjäll, Robin Gregory, and Kimberly G. Olson -- Genocides and other mass atrocities: a law and economics approach / Jurgen Brauer, Charles H. Anderton, and David Schap -- Local and national democracy in political reconstruction / Roger B. Myerson.
Note .
Alt author Anderton, Charles H.
Brauer, Jurgen, 1957-
ISBN 9780199378296 (alk. paper)

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