C. Abdoll, Y. Mayet / Institute for Security Studies, 2018
Government budgets are much like household budgets. In households, we make decisions about how to allocate limited income to buy food, pay for education, transport, childcare and so on. In the same way, a government needs to make decisions about how to allocate funds to buy various public services. As in a household, priorities normally dictate where the government spends funds.
M. Ottmann, F. Haass / Arnold Bergstraesser Institut, 2017
Do peace agreements generate socio-economic peace dividends for citizens in post-war countries? While much research has focused on the elite level implications of peace agreements for the survival of peace, little is known about the micro-level, redistributive effects of peace agreements.
A. Kirbyshire, E. Lovell, H. Morsi, P. Sayers, T. Tanner, L. Weingärtner / Overseas Development Institute, 2017
This Resilience Scan summarises writing and debates in the field of resilience during the third quarter of 2017. It comprises an 'expert view' on coastal resilience, an analysis of Twitter discussions from the past six months, and summaries of high-impact grey literature and academic journal articles.