Companies in Peace Processes

A Guatemalan Case Study

The role of private companies in violent conflicts has gained increasingly more attention in recent years. Although the private sector is often associated with sustaining conflicts, companies are also assumed to be self-interested as well as able to support the prevention, settlement and transformation of violent conflicts.

This book explores the role of the private business sector during the civil war and the peace process in Guatemala. It examines and analyses the corporate positions during this period, aiming to add to a better understanding on the potentials and limits of integrating private business actors in conflict transformation.

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2007-06-27, 310 pages
ISBN: 978-3-89942-690-8

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Author(s)
Ulrike Joras
Book title
Companies in Peace Processes A Guatemalan Case Study
Publisher
transcript Verlag
Pages
310
Features
kart.
ISBN
978-3-89942-690-8
DOI
Commodity Group
1737
BIC-Code
GTJ K
BISAC-Code
POL034000 BUS000000
THEMA-Code
GTU K
Release date
2007-06-27
Edition
1
Topics
Gewalt, Wirtschaft
Readership
Policy Studies, Peace Studies, Conflict Studies, Economic Studies
Keywords/Tags
Conflict Transformation, Peace, Public-Private-Partnership, Business/Companies, Guatemala, Violence, Economy, Conflict Studies, Economics, South American History, Cultural Studies

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