Modern trends in microeconomic research on violent conflict (ძალადობრივი კონფლიქტის მიკროეკონომიკური კვლევის თანამედროვე ტენდენციები)

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2022
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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Press
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The article discusses modern advances in microeconomic research on violent conflict. The impact of the results of conflict microeconomic research on policies and future studies is analyzed. The article shows the emergence of violent conflict microeconomics as a new subfield of empirical development economics in the last decade. Some common misconceptions about the microeconomics of conflict are critically evaluated. The role of other disciplines related to conflict research is presented. Contributions to modern economic theory by empirical research methods and data from conflict microeconomics is underlined
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კონფლიქტი, ძალადობა, მიკროეკონომიკა, განვითარების ეკონომიკა, კვლევა
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International Scientific Conference Dedicated to the Establishment of the University and the 100th Anniversary of the Faculty of Economics and Business “Covid 19 Pandemic and Economics”, Tbilisi, 2022, pp. 250-259
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