On the duration of civil war / Paul Collier, Anke Hoeffler, and Måns Söderbom Collier, Paul

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Collier, Paul
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Journal of Peace Research
Subjects
Civil war - Economic aspects - Econometric models.; Civil war -- Evaluation; Civil war -- Models
Audience
Academic
Summary
The duration of large-scale violent civil conflict increases substantially if the society is composed of a few large ethnic groups, if there is extensive forest cover, and if the conflict has commenced since 1980. None of these factors affect the initiation of conflict. And neither the duration nor the initiation of conflict is affected by initial inequality or political repression.
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256266

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