A Multi‐Transition Approach to Evaluating Peacekeeping Effectiveness
SUMMARY Past studies of the effectiveness of peacekeeping operations (PKOs) mainly focus on the preservation of peace. If the transitions from peace to conflict or from conflict to peace are correlated based on grievances or war weariness, then a multi‐transition survival analysis provides more effi...
|Place of publication:||
|published in:||Kyklos (Basel) Vol. 73; no. 4; pp. 543 - 567|
|Data of publication:||November 2020|
|Discipline:||Social Sciences (General)
We thank two anonymous reviewers and David Stadelmann for very helpful comments on an earlier draft. Sandler acknowledges funding from the Vibhooti Shukla endowment at the University of Texas at Dallas.
|Database:||Wiley Free Content
Wiley-Blackwell Open Access Titles
Database information Databases - DBIS