New Frontiers in Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Peace Science Vol: 29

Madhumita Chatterji
ABBS, India

Partha Gangopadhyay
Western Sydney University, Australia

Product Details
15 Feb 2021
Emerald Publishing Limited
184 pages - 152 x 229mm
Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development
New Frontiers in Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Peace Science explores the uncharted land of conflicts, human security and peace.

Bringing together a diverse, world-leading researchers, this 29th volume of Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development focuses on some of the most serious challenges to human security posed by intra-state conflict and terrorism, interstate wars, predatory globalisation, failed development, poverty and inequality, environmental problems and climate shocks, inefficient governance and man-made and natural disasters. In so doing, this book contributes to the crafting of well-grounded academic and policy responses to global problems that urgently require novel solutions.

For its breadth and depth of research, this book is essential reading for researchers working in peace studies, conflict studies, sustainability studies and economics. It is also of keen interest to policymakers in all of these areas.
Introduction; Partha Gangopadyay
Chapter 1. Rethinking Augustines Law: Armament Costs and Evolving Military Technology; Jurgen Brauer, Keith Hartley and Stefan Markowski 
Chapter 2. Multilateral Arms Races; Frank C. Zargare 
Chapter 3. Build Back Better, even Before Disaster: Adaptive Design of Communicative Process, Place and Practice; Norio Okada 
Chapter 4. Managing Climate-Related Financial Risk: Prospects and Challenges; Biswa Nath Bhattacharyay  
Chapter 5. Spillover Effects of Transport Infrastructure And Regional Conflicts In Spain; Fernando Barreiro-Pereira 
Chapter 6. Conflict and Migration; Uma Segal 
Chapter 7. On the Impacts of Globalisation on Public Employment and Human Security in India: A Long-run Analysis; Partha Gangopadyay, Agung Suwandaru and Walid Bakry  
Chapter 8. Is India backing out from its Commitment to No First Use of Nuclear Weapons?; P. M. Kamath  
Chapter 9. Health Security and Equity: A Global Health Histories Perspective; Sanjoy Bhattacharya 
Chapter 10. Business and Violence; Laszlo Zsolnai
Chapter 11. Gender & Conflict with special reference to Representation of Women in EUs Energy Sector; Madhumita Chatterji and Anindita Chakrabarti
Partha Gangopadhyay is Associate Professor at Western Sydney University. He is a leading Australian Economist who specialises in the relations between economic growth and policy and poverty and inequality. 
Madhumita Chatterji is Director of ABBS School of Management. Her areas of specialisation are CSR, Corporate Governance & Business Ethics and Cross Cultural Management Processes.

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