Dealing with Failed States
Crossing Analytic Boundaries

 

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Dealing with Failed States
Crossing Analytic Boundaries

Harvey Starr (Editor)

 

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The contributors to this volume have addressed failed states through: multiple levels of analysis, assessing domestic and cross-border phenomena, internal and external conflict, domestic and international political economy; multiple disciplines and interdisciplinary approaches representing political science, sociology, and economics; various methodological approaches, including large-N empirical analyses, case studies, and simulations; and through both basic and applied research, drawing on the work of academics, IGOs, NGOs, and national governments. This book was originally published as a special issue of Conflict Management and Peace Science.


 

ISBN 415664411
ISBN13 9780415664417
Publisher Routledge
Format Paperback
Publication date 10/07/2011
Pages 142
Weight (grammes) 280
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 246
Width (mm) 174

1. Introduction Harvey Starr
2. Pathways to State Failure Jack Goldstone
3. The Logic of State Failure: Learning From Late Century Africa Robert H. Bates
4. Bad Neighbors: Failed States and their Consequences Zaryab Iqbal and Harvey Starr
5. What are the Preconditions for Turnarounds in Failing States? Lisa Chauvet and Paul Collier
6. State Fragility and Implications for Aid Allocation: An Assessment Empirical Analysis David Carment, Yiagadeesen Samy and Stewart Prest
7. Temporal Analysis of Political Instability through Descriptive Subgroup Discovery Lambach and Gamberger
8. Failing States and Failing Regimes: The Prediction and Simulation of State Failure Neil A. Englehart and Marc V. Simon