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International Journal of Peace Economics and Peace Science

ISSN No: 2058-2927
Series Editor(s):
Manas Chatterji and Chen Bo

Series Description

In this journal, some of the items to be covered in these key areas are Interface of Peace Studies and Peace Science, Gandhian Peace Studies, Arms Control. Nuclear Proliferation, Peace Science Methodology and Theory, Democracy and Conflict, Linkage of Internal and External Conflict, Ethnic Conflict, Coalition Politics, Environmental Conflict and Global Warming, Globalization and Conflict, International Trade and Financial Crisis, Disaster Management, Terrorism, Empirical Case Studies of South, Southeast Asian and Africa countries and Crisis of Identity and Conflict Management, Energy and Water Conflict, Military Institutions and Sociology.

Editorial Advisory Board:

Chairperson: Kenneth Arrow, Stanford University, California, US
Frank Zagare, University of Buffalo, US
Fernando Barreiro Pereira, National University of Distance Education, Spain
Gordon Burt, Open University, UK
Hao Wanlu, Logistics Academy, China
Iwan Azis, Asian Development Bank, Formally of Cornell University, US
Jacques Fontanel, University of Grenoble, France
Kaizhong Yang, Peking University, China
Keith Hartley, University of York, UK
Luk Bouckaert, Center for Economic Study, Catholic University at Leuven, Belgium
Lloyd J. Dumas, University of Texas, Dallas
Michael Brzoska, University of Hamburg, Germany
Mohan Munasinghee, Nobel Laureate, Sri Lanka
Na Hou, Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, China
Nils Petter Gleditsch, Peace Research Institute, Norway
Partha Gangopadhyay, University of Western Sydney, Austrailia
R.P.Misra, Allahabad, India
Urs Luterbacher, Graduate Institute of Internationl Studies, Switzerland
Vladimir Rukavishnikov, Formerly Professor in the Department of Global Politics and International Relations, Russia
Zhang Jia, China Reform Forum, China
Hamid Ali, American University, Cairo
Li Junsheng, Center For Fiscal Development Research, Central University of Financial Economics, China
Chi Zhipei, Central University of Finance and Economics, China
Benjamin Goldsmith, University of Sydney, Austrailia

Editor(s) Biography

Manas Chatterji is Professor of Management and Adjunct Professor in Economics and the Asian and Asian-American Studies Program at Binghamton University, State University of New York and Guest Professor, Peking University, Visiting Professor, Central University of Finance and Economics, Distinguished Professor in Poznan University, Poland. He was also an Honorary Distinguished Professor at Indian Institute of Management-Calcutta, India and George Mason University, U.S. He is an elected member of Polish Academy of Science – Committee on Regional Planning. Professor Chatterji is currently a fellow of the international organization Economists for Peace and Security. He previously taught at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and has held visiting appointments at Cornell University, Erasmus University, University of Karlsruhe, University of Munster and many other universities in the United States, Europe, Asia and South Africa.
He has served as a consultant to the World Bank and United Nations and has organized international meetings on Health Care, Technology Management and Disaster Management, etc. in many countries including Japan, China and Russia. During his career, he has edited three journals and serves on editorial boards of many others. He is the General Editor of a book series on Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development, Elsevier Publishing Co., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Emerald Publishing Company, UK. Twenty volumes in this series have been published. He has authored/edited 30 books and published about 80 scholarly articles in the areas of technology management, peace science, regional science, health care management, energy and environmental management, urban management, military spending, disarmament, economic conversion and conflict management. He has established Mahatma Gandhi International Center for Conflict Prevention and Management at University of Sydney, Australia.

Chen Bo is Dean and Professor at the Institute of Defense Economics and Management,Central University of Finance and Economics,China.Prof.Chen was previously a associate professor at the Department of Logistics Management at the Quartermaster University.He also served as a visiting scholar at the department of economics and department of Politics, University of California at Los Angeles(2008) and Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University(2009).His research interests include defense economics; economy and national security; strategy and conflict; war and finance; international political economics;defence industry;defense budget and military spending.

Prof.Chen is editorial advisory board member of the International Journal of Development and Conflict and editorial advisory board Member of Emerald Group Publishing book series in Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development. He is also the editor-in-chief of National Defense Economics series, and editor of Coperation for a Peaceful and SustainableWorld Ⅱ(Emerald Group Publishing,2013),Coperation for a Peaceful and SustainableWorldⅠ(Emerald Group Publishing,2012),Frontiers of Peace Economics and Peace Science(Emerald Group Publishing,2011).He is the author of 8 books include National Defense Economics Thought(Economic Science Press,2014),The Frontiers of National Defense Economics(Economic Science Press,2010) etc.Prof.Chen’s articles have appeared in such journals as Defense and Peace Economics, China Military Science, etc., Prof.Chen holds a Defense Economics from the National Defense University, a MS in Applied Economics from Wuhan University, and a BE in Biology from Northwest University.

Series Titles

International Journal of Peace Economics and Peace Science Vol.1, No.2

The journal covers a variety of topics centered around conflict management and resolution, including the role of uneven distribution of resources, inequity in income distribution, social and political discrimination, poverty, and arms funding. It also examines the impact of developmental issues, such as water resources, energy-envi...

International Journal of Peace Economics and Peace Science, Vol. 1, No. 1

Peace Science explores the conditions under which cooperation, as opposed to competition, between actors can lead to the peaceful resolution of problems between individuals, communities, nations, regional entities and non-governmental organizations. Scholars working in Peace Science typically borrow theories and methods from other ...