"To be sure, conflicts are a subset of social interactions, many of which are the subject of economics. However, conflicts, virtually by definition, do not involve voluntary trades and prices, which is the traditional field for economic analysis. Seen from this perspective, conflicts might seem a more apt subject for some of the other social sciences, such as political science or even sociology. ..." – By Ragnar Arnason
"Restoration projects are generally implemented with the primary aim of achieving ecological objectives. However, the importance of considering the broader benefits of restoration is gradually becoming prominent as factors such as population growth, urban expansion, and increased food demand necessitate the need for restoration solutions that integrate socioeconomic considerations..." – By Md Sayed Iftekhar and Maksym Polyakov
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