Negotiating peace: the role of procedural and distributive justice in achieving durable peace

Druckman, Daniel and Wagner, Lynn (2017). Negotiating peace: the role of procedural and distributive justice in achieving durable peace. In: Deepinder Bajwa, Sabine T. Koeszegi and Rudolf Vetschera, 16th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, GDN 2016. 16th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, GDN 2016, Bellingham, United States, (152-174). 20 - 24 June 2016. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-52624-9_12


Author Druckman, Daniel
Wagner, Lynn
Title of paper Negotiating peace: the role of procedural and distributive justice in achieving durable peace
Conference name 16th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, GDN 2016
Conference location Bellingham, United States
Conference dates 20 - 24 June 2016
Proceedings title 16th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, GDN 2016
Journal name Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Place of Publication Heidelberg, Germany
Publisher Springer
Publication Year 2017
Sub-type Fully published paper
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-52624-9_12
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
ISBN 9783319526232
9783319526249
ISSN 1865-1348
1865-1356
Editor Deepinder Bajwa
Sabine T. Koeszegi
Rudolf Vetschera
Volume 274
Start page 152
End page 174
Total pages 23
Collection year 2018
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Many civil wars have been terminated with a peace agreement that ends the fighting, but these agreements have not always resulted in lasting peace. Earlier research on peace agreements has missed important points during which justice principles can play a role in establishing durable peace – during the negotiation process itself (procedural justice: PJ) and as incorporated into the negotiated outcome (distributive justice: DJ). Nor has the earlier research con-sidered the variety of dimensions that define durable peace, including recon-ciliation, governance and security institution building and economic growth. This study fills these gaps by examining the relationship between the justice and peace variables in 50 civil wars. Our analyses show that PJ and DJ led to more stable agreements and to a more durable peace: A significant time-lagged path from the justice to peace variables was demonstrated. The results suggest that just negotiation processes and outcomes are important contributors to peace.
Keyword Distributive justice
Durable peace
Peace agreements
Peacekeeping
Procedural justice
Stable agreements
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

 
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