Monthly Archives: November 2013

Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Financing From Below

Written by Prudence Manirakiza, PharmD After an armed conflict ends, a broad range of damages are likely to be observed in a given country. Not only are public institutions not fully functioning, but infrastructures may also be destroyed as the economy is at its lowest level of activity. Indeed, the financial capability of the government in postwar era is very ...

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