Online supplement: Nonparasitic warlords and geographic distance

Jerry Hionis


This is an online supplement for Jerry Hinois. “Nonparasitic warlords and geographic distance.” Economics of Peace and Security Journal. Vol. 10, No. 1 (2015). doi:10.15355/epsj.10.1.5

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