Returning Home after Civil War: The Consequences of Forced Displacement for Food Security, Nutrition and Poverty among Burundese Households
This paper from HiCN investigates the food security and poverty of formerly displaced persons and their households.
The objective of this paper from HiCN is to uncover the determinants of riot victimization in India and its economic consequences.
This paper from HiCN provides new evidence on the labour market effects of conflict-induced restrictions to mobility.
This working paper from HiCN analyzes the economic roles of women during and after violent conflict.
Nutrition, Governance and Violence: A Framework for the Analysis of Resilience and Vulnerability to Food Insecurity in Contexts of Violent Conflict
This working paper from HiCN examines the risks of food insecurity in conflict-affected settings.
In this paper from HiCN, the authors assess whether the use of SMS to communicate eligibility to social benefits fosters the welfare of victimized internal refugees. Only a fraction of IDP are eligible to benefits.
This paper analyzes the impact of remittances on the labor supply of men and women in post-conflict Tajikistan.
This paper seeks to identify the linkages between civil war and poverty that lead to the violent cycles that break out in various parts of the world.
This paper examines how natural resource location, rent sharing and fighting capacities of different groups matter for ethnic conflict.
Does production technology adoption affect conflict? This paper studies this question with yearly historical data on weather, peasant revolts and the diffusion of sweet potatoes in China between 1470 and 1900.