The philosophy behind interventions from Western powers commonly being to contain and suppress, the outcomes of military interventions by the United States and Allies have been mixed. Lessons learned from the push-pull approach, behavioural economics, business development services, economic interventionism, and inclusive markets are all potentially powerful tools in coordinating economic interventions aimed at development. The 2011 World Development Report, published by the World Bank, reflects this view of liberal peace, saying “Strengthening legitimate institutions and governance to provide citizen security, justice, and jobs is crucial to fight cycles of violence”. Work by the World Bank has shown some positive prospects for business plan competitions in Nigeria, but there are few empirically rigorous studies on this. An appetite for loss should be considered in programs that wish to invest in more violent areas, given higher likelihood of losses.