Stabilization in Afghanistan: Trends in Violence, Attitudes, Well-Being and Program Activity

115 Pages Posted: 16 Jun 2017

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Jacob N. Shapiro

Princeton University - Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs; Princeton University - Department of Political Science

Benjamin Crisman

Princeton University

Manu Singh

Princeton University

James Mao

Princeton University, Students

Date Written: June 15, 2017

Abstract

This paper analyzes data from multiple sources to better understand the relationship between stabilization programming and trends in key outcomes - including: security, popular support for the government, popular support for antigovernment elements, community cohesion and resilience, health of the Afghan people, economic well-being of the Afghan people, and conflict.

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Plumb, Radha and Shapiro, Jacob N. and Crisman, Benjamin and Singh, Manu and Mao, James, Stabilization in Afghanistan: Trends in Violence, Attitudes, Well-Being and Program Activity (June 15, 2017). RAND Working Paper Series WR-1192. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2987607 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2987607

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Jacob N. Shapiro

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Manu Singh

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James Mao

Princeton University, Students ( email )

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