Edited by Rachel M. Gisselquist
Publisher: Routledge, UNU-WIDER, 2018

198 pp. 2.0 MB
http://oapen.org/download?type=document&docid=632450

Development assistance to fragile states and conflict-affected areas can be a core component of peacebuilding, providing support for the restoration of government functions, delivery of basic services, the rule of law, and economic revitalization. What has worked, why it has worked, and what is scalable and transferable are key questions for both development practice and research into how peace is built and the interactive role of domestic and international processes therein. Despite a wealth of research into these questions, significant gaps remain. This volume speaks to these gaps through new analysis of a selected set of well-regarded aid interventions.

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