2 edition of War and the health of nations found in the catalog.
War and the health of nations
Includes bibliographical references (p. -181) and index.
|LC Classifications||RA646 .I67 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||2009029235|
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"War and the Health of Nations makes an important contribution to the literature on human security, a concept that has a great deal of appeal but lacks strong empirical underpinnings. This work helps fill that gap by examining the links between health and violent conflict - or between 'freedom from want' and 'freedom from fear'."Cited by: "War and the Health of Nations makes an important contribution to the literature on human security, a concept that has a great deal of appeal but lacks strong empirical underpinnings.
This work helps fill that gap by examining the links between health and violent conflict - or between 'freedom from want' and 'freedom from fear'.".
The Wealth of Nations is a clearly written account of economics at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution. The book was a landmark work in the history and economics as it was comprehensive and an accurate characterization of the economic mechanisms at work in modern economics.
Smith believed in a Meritocracy/5(). In War and the Health of Nations, Zaryab Iqbal explores these human costs by offering the first large-scale empirical study of the relationship between armed conflict and population : Zaryab Iqbal.
Climate Change and the Health of Nations: Famines, Fevers, and the Fate of Populations. When we think "climate change," we think of man-made global warming, caused by greenhouse gas emissions. But natural climate change has occurred throughout human history, and populations have had to adapt to its vicissitudes/5.
Andrew Price-Smith's The Health of Nations is a riveting and vital read. Price-Smith documents the major and growing role of disease in stunting development, and the growing role of environmental change in the emergence of new diseases.
This book is required reading for anyone interested in international relations.