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57 J. Conflict Resol. 3 (2013)

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                                                            journal of Conflict Resolution
                                                                         57(1) 3-19
                                                                @ The Author(s) 2012
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Entrepreneurship                     andDO:10.1177/0022002712464846
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Violent Conflict in                                                   OSAGE

Developing Countries


Tilman Bruckl,2, Wim           Naude3,4 and
Philip  Verwimps,6





Abstract
In this article, we provide an introduction to the Special Issue of thejournal of Conflict
Resolution devoted to the impact of violent conflict on entrepreneurship in devel-
oping countries. First we note that there is insufficient attention in the literature on
the impact of violent conflict on the firm or entrepreneur level. Then, after we define
entrepreneurship  and  violent conflict, we provide a  summary   of the  existing
literature and give an overview  of the  contributions in this Special Issue. We
conclude by noting policy implications and areas for further research.


Keywords
entrepreneurship, conflict, development, violence, firms


This Special Issue of the Journal of Conflict Resolution is devoted to the impact of
violent conflict on entrepreneurship in developing countries. Violent conflict entails


Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), Stockholm, Sweden
2Households in Conflict Network, (HiCN), Stockholm, Sweden
UNU-MERIT,   Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, University of Maastricht, Maastricht,
Netherlands
4 Maastricht School of Management, Maastricht, Netherlands
s Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management at Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
6 ECARES, Centre Emile Bernheim and Households in Conflict Network, Brussels, Belgium

Corresponding Author:
Tilman Bruck, Signalistgatan 9, 16970 Solna, Sweden.
Email: brueck@sipri.org

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