Households in Conflict Network
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.
This study focuses on the impact of violent conflict on self-employment, enlarging the usual determinants by a set of conflict variables.
This paper presents a rent-seeking model of conflict, which highlights the role of ideology in determining whether the government or the rebels take the initiative. The authors use the model to interpret the impact of a large-scale Community-Driven Development project on civil conflict in the Philippines.
This paper analyses the role of mass violent conflict in influencing individual expectations.
This paper provides, for the first time, comparative evidence of the impact of various types of extreme events – natural disasters, terrorism, and violent conflicts – on the perceptions of entrepreneurs concerning some key entrepreneurial issues.
This paper studies the relationship between some of the most important recent events of the Colombian armed conflict and the foreign perception of sovereign risk, as measured by the Credit Default Swap (CDS) of the Colombian bonds.
In this paper, the authors construct a dynamic theory of civil conflict hinging on inter-ethnic trust and trade.
This study documents the nature of individual selection into conflict-induced displacement and the effects of displacement on labor market outcomes for Bosnians in post-war BiH.