Terror as a Bargaining Instrument

Terror as a Bargaining Instrument
Author : Francis Bloch
Publisher : World Bank Publications
Total Pages : 29
Release : 2000
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Terror as a Bargaining Instrument Book Description:

Some aspects of violent behavior are linked to economic incentives. In India, domestic violence is used as a bargaining instrument, to extract larger dowries from a wife's family after the marriage has taken place.


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