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Haïti Priorise: Violence conjugale, Hoeffler

Le problème En Haïti, des résultats d’enquêtes confidentielles suggèrent que la violence conjugale est un problème grave : environ 273 200 femmes souffrent de violences physiques et/ou sexuelles...

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Haïti Priorise: Domestic Violence, Hoeffler

The Problem In Haiti, evidence from confidential surveys suggests that intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious problem: about 273,200 women suffer from severe physical and/or sexual violence per...

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Assessment Paper

Post-2015 Consensus: Conflict and Violence Assessment, Hoeffler Fearon

There is an ongoing debate on what brought about the reduction in violence over the past three decades in high income countries but the phenomenon cannot be reduced to the application of a few...

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Policy Advice

Preliminary Benefit-Cost Assessment of Final OWG Targets

This report assesses the targets in the OWG’s Final Outcome Document from 19 July 2014. This builds upon the information presented in similar documents which the Copenhagen Consensus Center released...

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Policy Advice

Preliminary Benefit-Cost Assessment for 12th Session OWG Goals

The Copenhagen Consensus has updated our benefit-cost assessment of UN Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals for the 12th session of the Open Working Group. The Copenhagen Consensus will present...

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Policy Advice

Preliminary Benefit-Cost Assessment for 11th Session OWG Goals

Some of the world’s top economists have assessed the targets from the 11th session Open Working Group document into one of five categories, based on economic evidence: Phenomenal, Good, Fair, Poor and Uncertain.

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Perspective Paper

Third Copenhagen Consensus: Armed Conflict Perspective, Hoeffler

A Perspective Paper on Armed Conflict has been written by Anke Hoeffler in response to J. Paul Dunne's Assessment Paper for the Third Copenhagen Consensus.

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Assessment Paper

Copenhagen Consensus: Conflicts Assessment, Collier Hoeffler

By Paul Collier and Anke Hoeffler. Although wars between nations have become less common in recent decades, the frequency of civil wars around the world has increased. These two types of conflict cannot sensibly be analysed together. This paper focuses entirely on reducing the incidence of civil wars.

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