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Health and Human Security: The Public Health Impact of Violent Conflict

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The consequences of violent conflict permeate countless aspects of a society and are not
limited to the political and economic institutions of a state. I examine the e ect of militarized
conflict on the populations of states by evaluating the relationship between war and public
health, taking into account relevant political and economic factors, including democracy
and wealth. I argue that interstate and intrastate conflict negatively influence the health
achievement of states and, therefore, the human security of their populations. I assess this
relationship by analyzing data on summary measures of public health in all states between
1999 and 2001. My analysis suggests that the negative e ect of war on health is closely
linked to the levels of income, trade, and democracy.

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Iqbal, Zaryab. "Health and Human Security: The Public Health Impact of Violent Conflict" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Inter-Continental Hotel, New Orleans, LA, Jan 08, 2004 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p67767_index.html>

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Abstract: The consequences of violent conflict permeate countless aspects of a society and are not
limited to the political and economic institutions of a state. I examine the e ect of militarized
conflict on the populations of states by evaluating the relationship between war and public
health, taking into account relevant political and economic factors, including democracy
and wealth. I argue that interstate and intrastate conflict negatively influence the health
achievement of states and, therefore, the human security of their populations. I assess this
relationship by analyzing data on summary measures of public health in all states between
1999 and 2001. My analysis suggests that the negative e ect of war on health is closely
linked to the levels of income, trade, and democracy.

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Health and Human Security: The Public Health Impact of Violent Conflict† Zaryab Iqbal Department of Political Science Emory University ziqbal@emory.edu Abstract The consequences of violent conflict permeate countless aspects of a society and are not limited to the political and economic institutions of a state. I examine the effect of militarized conflict on the populations of states by evaluating the relationship between war and public health taking into account relevant political and economic factors including democracy and wealth. I
Maximum Dependent Variable ∆HALE -0.71 2.28 -12 7.8 Independent Variables Lagged ∆POLITY score 0.25 1.75 -13 12 Lagged ∆POLITY score squared 3.12 17.02 0 169 Lagged ∆ln(Population) 0.01 0.01 -0.08 -0.05 Lagged ∆ln(Per Capita GDP) 0.02 0.07 -0.44 0.55 Lagged ∆ln(Trade Openness) 0.02 0.12 -0.46 0.63 Lagged Conflict (major war) 0.05 0.22 0 1 Lagged Conflict (intermediate war) 0.07 0.23 0 1 Lagged Conflict (count) 0.33 0.74 0 6 Note: N =242 30


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