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A publication by Economists for Peace and Security
Aims and Scope:
This journal raises and debates all issues related to the economics and political economy of (inter)personal, communal, national, international, and global violence, peace, and security. The scope includes implications and ramifications of conventional and nonconventional conflict for all human and nonhuman life and for our common habitat. Special attention is paid to constructive proposals for conflict resolution and peacemaking. While open to noneconomic approaches, most contributions emphasize economic analysis of causes, consequences, and possible solutions to mitigate conflict and violence.
The journal is aimed at specialist and nonspecialist readers, including policy analysts, policy and decisionmakers, national and international civil servants, members of the armed forces and of peacekeeping services, the business community, members of nongovernmental organizations and religious institutions, and others. Contributions are scholarly or practitioner-based, but written in a general-interest style.
All articles appearing in EPSJ are peer-reviewed. We commission or solicit articles. We also consider unsolicited submissions. For submission information click here. In addition, comments on published articles (<800 words) are welcome. Please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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