The Macroeconomic Costs of Conflict

The Macroeconomic Costs of Conflict
Macroeconomic costs of conflict are generally very large, with GDP per capita about 28 percent lower ten years after conflict onset. This is overwhelmingly driven by private consumption, which falls by 25 percent ten years after conflict onset. Conflict is also associated with dramatic declines in official trade, with exports (imports) estimated... READ MORE...

Publication date: June 2020
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