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Spending to save: Is conflict prevention cost-effective.

By Malcolm G. Chalmers


YesThe objective of this study is to provide an evidence base concerning the costs and benefits of conflict prevention (CP) activities (defined as those activities undertaken primarily to reduce the risk of conflict), compared with those of engaging after large-scale conflict has begun

Topics: Conflict prevention, Cost-effectiveness
Publisher: University of Bradford
Year: 2005
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Provided by: Bradford Scholars

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