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World development report 2011: conflict, security, and development /

By: World Bank.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Washington, DC : World Bank, c2011Description: xxv, 384 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780821384398.Subject(s): Economics | Economic development | Violence | Security | ConflictDDC classification: 338.9 Online resources: WorldCat details | E-book Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Contiene: The challenge of repeated cycles of violence. -- A roadmap for breaking cycles of violence at the country level. -- Reducing the risks of violence: directions for international policy. -- WDR framework and structure -- The Challenge: 1. Repeated violence threatens development ; 2. Vulnerability to violence -- Lessons from national and international responses: 3. From violence resilience: restoring confidence and transforming institutions ; 4. Restoring confidence: moving away from the brink ; 5. Transforming institutions to deliver citizen security, justice, and jobs ; 6. International support to building confidence and transforming institutions ; 7. International action to mitigate external stresses -- Practical options and recommendations: 8. Practical country directions and options ; 9. New directions for international support.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents Contiene: The challenge of repeated cycles of violence. --
A roadmap for breaking cycles of violence at the country level. --
Reducing the risks of violence: directions for international policy. --
WDR framework and structure --
The Challenge: 1. Repeated violence threatens development ; 2. Vulnerability to violence --
Lessons from national and international responses: 3. From violence resilience: restoring confidence and transforming institutions ; 4. Restoring confidence: moving away from the brink ; 5. Transforming institutions to deliver citizen security, justice, and jobs ; 6. International support to building confidence and transforming institutions ; 7. International action to mitigate external stresses --
Practical options and recommendations: 8. Practical country directions and options ; 9. New directions for international support.

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