Affiliate & Associate
Jeannie Annan, Christopher Blattman, Dyan Mazurana, and Khristopher Carlson
Civil War, Reintegration, and Gender in Northern UgandaWhat are the impacts of war, and do they vary by gender?
Maria Angélica Bautista, Felipe González, Luis Martínez, Pablo Muñoz, Mounu Prem
The Geography of Repression and Opposition to AutocracyIs state repression effective in fostering regime survival?
Global GovernanceWhat are the mechanisms of global governance?
Ethan Bueno de Mesquita, Sandeep Baliga, Alexander Wolitzky
Deterrence with Imperfect AttributionIn cyberwarfare, under which conditions can improved attribution strengthen deterrence?
Leonardo Bursztyn, Lucas C. Coffman
The Schooling Decision: Family Preferences, Intergenerational Conflict, and Moral Hazard in the Brazilian FavelasCan parental incentives impact school attendance?
Kara Ross Camarena
When Do Displaced Persons Return? Postwar Migration among Christians in Mount LebanonUnder what conditions will forcibly displaced persons return to their original homes after war has ended?
Transnational Feminism and the Women's Rights Agenda in AfghanistanHow have Afghan women organized and advocated for their rights in the post-Taliban era?
Doing Global Fieldwork: A Social Scientist's Guide to Mixed-Methods Research Far from HomeHow can social scientists prepare themselves to effectively conduct research in challenging global settings?
The Consequences of TerrorismWhat does a close reading of the history of terrorism tells us about the effectiveness of such violence?
Leopoldo Fergusson, Daron Acemoglu, Simon Johnson
Population and ConflictHas an increase in population increased the likelihood of resource-based conflict?
Thiemo Fetzer, Pedro CL Souza, Oliver Vanden Eynde, Austin L. Wright
Security TransitionsHow do foreign powers disengage from a conflict?
Scott Gehlbach, Evgeny Finkel
Reform and Rebellion in Weak StatesWhy does reform often lead to rebellion—not just by the losers of reform, but also among its intended beneficiaries?
Authoritarian International Law?What would international law look like in an increasingly authoritarian world?
Benjamin Lessing, Graham Denyer Willis
Legitimacy in Criminal Governance: Managing a Drug Empire from Behind BarsHow do prison gangs create rational-bureaucratic legitimacy in criminal governance?
Preventing the Next Insurgency: A Pathway for Reintegrating Iraq's Sunni PopulationHow can we address reintegration in post-ISIS Iraq?
Transnational Insurgents: Evidence from Colombia’s FARC at the Border with Chávez’s VenezuelaDoes access to foreign territory increase conflict?
Alicia S. Menendez, Pamela Baxter, Aparna Ramesh, Lindsay North, Varuni Dayaratna
Accelerated Education Programs in Crisis and ConflictAre Accelerated Education Programs good policy?
Paul Poast, Tanisha M. Fazal
War Is Not OverWhat do the optimists get wrong about conflict?
Biden Must Stand Up to China on Human RightsHow can a U.S. administration promote human rights in China?
Rebel Territorial Control and Civilian Collective Action in Civil War: Evidence from the Communist Insurgency in the PhilippinesUnder what conditions do rebel organizations control territory during civil war?
Raúl Sánchez de la Sierra,
On the Origins of the State: Stationary Bandits and Taxation in Eastern CongoCan armed actors perform essential functions of a state and increase welfare?
Militias, Ideology, and the StateWhat factors shape relations between governments and militias?
Cultural Heritage Preservation Work in Afghanistan and Central AsiaHow can war-torn countries protect and preserve cultural heritage?
Rebecca J. Wolfe, J. Kurtz, B. Tesfaye
Can Economic Interventions Reduce Violence?Does improving young people’s economic conditions reduce their willingness to support political violence and armed opposition groups?
Austin L. Wright, Anna Getmansky, Guy Grossman
Border Walls and Smuggling SpilloversWhat is the effect of a border wall on crime?