Despite the high cost and high frequency of failure in expatriate assignments, the potential value and U.S. participation in stabilization efforts create conditions for locally legitimate authorities to manage conflict and prevent violence. Stability functions conducted by the U.S. government include security, foreign humanitarian assistance, economic stabilization and infrastructure, the rule of law, and governance.
This research seeks to improve the understanding of the relationship between perceptions of security and governance on populations’ economic outlook during stability operations.
Authors: Juan Carlos Garcia
Cite as: Garcia, J.C. (2021). Predictors of economic outlook in stability operations. Muma Business Review, 5(8). 63-66. https://doi.org/10.28945/4832