The Democratic Republic of the Congo: lessons and challenges for a country emerging from war / Jean A.P. Clément
The economics of postconflict countries: a survey of the literature / Ragnar Gudmundsson
The economics of civil war in sub-Saharan Africa / Charles Amo Yartey
Economic performance over the conflict cycle / Nicholas Staines
Sources of growth in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: an econometric approach / Bernardin Akitoby and Matthias Cinyabuguma
Political instability and growth in the Central African Republic, a neighbor of the Deomocratic Republic of the Congo / Dhaneshwar Ghura and Benoît Mercereau
Empirical evidence of the sources of hyperinflation and falling currency / Bernardin Akitoby
Challenges to financial intermediation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo / Bernard Laurens and Wim Fonteyne
Rebuilding fiscal institutions / Nicolas Calcoen
Structural and sectoral policies and their sequencing / Jacob Gons
The long road to demilitarization: 1997-2003 / Markus Kostner, Ely Dieng, and Adriaan Verheul.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is making significant strides on both the political and economic fronts to extricate itself from one of the bloodiest wars in African history. This remarkable turnaround offers other countries and the international community valuable lessons in preventing conflict and in coping with postconflict recovery. This book also provides a summary of the most recent research on conflict, an analysis of the causes of conflicts in Africa, and an outline of their key economic characteristics.--Publisher's description.