Publications 2006 with replication data
The following publications by PRIO staff have replication data files available to download. For replication data files for articles in the Journal of Peace Research, see the JPR data page.
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Peer-reviewed Journal Article
Buhaug, Halvard (2006) Relative Capability and Rebel Objective in Civil War, Journal of Peace Research 43(6): 691–708.
Buhaug, Halvard; & Jan Ketil Rød (2006) Local Determinants of African Civil Wars, 1970-2001, Political Geography 25(3): 315–335.
Furlong, Kathryn; Nils Petter Gleditsch & Håvard Hegre (2006) Geographic Opportunity and Neomalthusian Willingness: Boundaries, Shared Rivers, and Conflict, International Interactions 32(1): 79–108.
Gates, Scott; Håvard Hegre; Mark P. Jones & Håvard Strand (2006) Institutional Inconsistency and Political Instability: Polity Duration, 1800-2000, American Journal of Political Science 50(4): 893–908.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Kathryn Furlong; Håvard Hegre; Bethany Ann Lacina & Taylor Owen (2006) Conflicts over Shared Rivers: Resource Wars or Fuzzy Boundaries?, Political Geography 25(4): 361–382.
Lacina, Bethany Ann (2006) Explaining the Severity of Civil War, Journal of Conflict Resolution 50(2): 276–289.
Lacina, Bethany Ann; Nils Petter Gleditsch; & Bruce M. Russett (2006) The Declining Risk of Death in Battle, International Studies Quarterly 50(3): 673–680.
Urdal, Henrik (2006) A Clash of Generations? Youth Bulges and Political Violence, International Studies Quarterly 50(3): 607–630.
Buhaug, Halvard & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2006) The Death of Distance? The Globalization of Armed Conflict, in Kahler, Miles; & Barbara F. Walter, eds, Territoriality and Conflict In an Era of Globalization. New York: Cambridge University Press (187–216).
Lacina, Bethany Ann; & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2006) Monitoring Trends in Global Combat: A New Dataset of Battle Deaths, in Brunborg, Helge; Ewa Tabeau; & Henrik Urdal, eds, The Demography of Armed Conflict. Berlin: Springer (145–165).
Wilhelmsen, Lars (2006) A Democratic Peace Revisited - Measuring Democracy in International Relations. MA thesis, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo, Oslo.