By Gilles Carbonnier
Carbonnier's ebook is the 1st to give humanitarian economics to a large readership, defining its parameters, explaining its software and convincing us why it issues. one of the concerns he discusses are: how are feelings and altruism integrated inside a rational-choice framework? How do the economics of conflict and terrorism tell humanitarians' negotiations with warring parties, and make clear the position of relief in clash? What do disaster bonds and risk-linked securities carry for catastrophe response?
As extra actors input the humanitarian market (including inner most firms), Carbonnier's revealing portrayal is mainly well timed, as is his critique of the transformative energy of crises.
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