Browsing Himalayan Research Papers Archive by Subject "Conflict"
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[2006-03-11] Opportunity, Democracy and Political Violence: A Sub-national Analysis of Conflict in Nepal With more than 8000 deaths in eight years, a Maoist insurgency, reinforced by ethnic cleavages, has resulted in substantial levels of political violence in Nepal. With fresh district-level data, and drawing on theoretical ...
[2012-06-28] Poverty, Inequality, Violent Conflict, and Welfare Loss: Micro-Level Evidence from Nepal Poverty alleviation has become one of the main global agendas of the twenty first century, but the identification and targeting of the poor is facing fundamental problems due to the lack of required information. We utilize ...