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Fragile StatesCauses, Costs, and Responses$

Wim Naudé, Amelia U. Santos-Paulino, and Mark McGillivray

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780199693153

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199693153.001.0001

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(p.xii) List of Tables

(p.xii) List of Tables

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Fragile States
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  1. 1.A1 States in conflict, end 2006 (from consolidated state failure events) 23

  2. 1.A2 States recently emerging from conflict, 2001–6 (from consolidated state failure events) 23

  3. 1.A3 Low-income countries according to the World Bank 24

  4. 1.A4 Heavily indebted poor countries, 2007 24

  5. 1.A5 The least developed countries, 2007 24

  6. 1.A6 Bottom 20 per cent of countries in the Environmental Performance Index, 2007 25

  7. 1.A7 Bottom 20 per cent of countries in the Happy Planet Index, 2006 25

  8. 1.A8 Extremely vulnerable countries/islands according to the Environmental Vulnerability Index 26

  9. 1.A9 Most fragile states 1999–2005 according to the CIFP Fragility Index 26

  10. 2.1 IDA CPIA Scores and fuzzy CPIA scores, 2005 38

  11. 2.A1 Parameters for computing degrees of membership used in Table 2.1 41

  12. 3.1 Summary statistics 50

  13. 3.2 Aid allocation to fragile states based on ALC (aid per capita, US$) 53

  14. 3.3 Aid allocation to fragile states based on ALC (aid as a % of GNI) 54

  15. 3.A1 Fragility indices compared, 2006 59

  16. 3.A2 CIFP’s top 40 fragile states, 2006 60

  17. 3.A3 Fragility index scoring scale 62

  18. 3.A4 Correlation matrix 62

  19. 3.A5 Determinants of fragility: fragility index, 4 and above 62

  20. 3.A6 Determinants of fragility: fragility index, 6 and above 63

  21. 4.1 Investment programmes in Iraq, 1970–8 75

  22. 4.2 National accounts: trends in GDP 75

  23. 5.1 Growth effect of failing states, 1974–2001 98

  24. 5.2 Cost of failing states 100

  25. 5.A1 Robustness checks 108

  26. 6.1 Key determinants of WB&G economic activity 118

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  27. 6.2 Estimated losses in workers’ remittances from Israel because of cuts in employment and closures, 2001–5 120

  28. 6.3 Increase in transport costs along major trade routes because of longer distances in December 2005 124

  29. 6.4 Exports lost because of closures in relation to actual and hypothetical exports during 1999–2003 127

  30. 6.A1 The impact of uncertainty on transport costs: an example from the wood industry in Gaza 130

  31. 7.1 Mean household characteristics 141

  32. 7.2 Female-headed households, ethnicity, and per capita consumption 142

  33. 10.1 Basic combinations of absorption and spending in response to aid inflows 188