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Discrimination in the Warplace: Evidence from a Civil War in Peru
Social Science Research Network
Few events give the opportunity to observe the full range of human behavior as wars do. In the case of civil wars in ethnically-mixed societies, the distribution of violence across various segments of the population can provide evidence on the extent and nature of discrimination. As in the case of markets, identifying discrimination in the warplace is challenging. There is uncertainty on the reconstruction of events as well as the rationale behind the violence. We use a unique data setdoi:10.2139/ssrn.1030057 fatcat:4h7zx54tkbeajnxzvnapydcu7e