## Economics and Conflict

2010
##### Publication type
Contribution to a collection
##### Published in
The International Studies Encyclopedia / Denemark, Robert A. (ed.). - Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. - ISBN 978-1-4051-5238-9
##### Abstract
The thesis that war redistributes income within as well as between societies, and that this creates a destructive, bellicose incentive, has a distinguished idea history in Marxism and other critical approaches. In this essay, I will introduce these and contending theories that help us to understand the economic causes and consequences of violent conflict in general and the empirical evidence that has been assembled in support of, or in contradiction to, these conjectures. My survey starts out with a statement and refinement of the standard opportunity cost arguments that are still used in this century in both political science (e.g. Russett and Oneal 2001) and economics (e.g. Collier and Hoeffler 2004).
320 Politics
##### Cite This
ISO 690SCHNEIDER, Gerald, 2010. Economics and Conflict. In: DENEMARK, Robert A., ed.. The International Studies Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-4051-5238-9
BibTex
@incollection{Schneider2010Econo-4132,
year={2010},
title={Economics and Conflict},
isbn={978-1-4051-5238-9},
publisher={Wiley-Blackwell},
booktitle={The International Studies Encyclopedia},
editor={Denemark, Robert A.},
author={Schneider, Gerald}
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