Jan Ketil Rød

Associate Professor of Geography at NTNU

Jan Ketil Rød is an External Associate at PRIO.

Background

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Events

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All Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Brochmann, Marit; Jan Ketil Rød & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2012) International Borders and Conflict Revisited, Conflict Management and Peace Science 29(2): 170–194.
Weidmann, Nils; Jan Ketil Rød & Lars-Erik Cederman (2010) Representing Ethnic Groups in Space: A New Dataset, Journal of Peace Research 47(4): 491–499.
Cederman, Lars-Erik; Halvard Buhaug & Jan Ketil Rød (2009) Ethno-Nationalist Dyads and Civil War: A GIS-Based Analysis, Journal of Conflict Resolution 53(4): 496–525.
Østby, Gudrun; Ragnhild Nordås & Jan Ketil Rød (2009) Regional Inequalities and Civil Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa, International Studies Quarterly 53(2): 301–324.
Rustad, Siri Aas; Jan Ketil Rød; Wenche Larsen & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2008) Foliage and Fighting: Forest Resources and the Onset, Duration, and Location of Civil War, Political Geography 27(7): 761–782.
Buhaug, Halvard; Lars-Erik Cederman & Jan Ketil Rød (2008) Disaggregating Ethno-Nationalist Civil Wars: A Dyadic Test of Exclusion Theory, International Organization 62(3): 531–551.
Lujala, Päivi; Jan Ketil Rød & Nadja Thieme (2007) Fighting Over Oil: Introducing a New Dataset, Conflict Management and Peace Science 24(3): 239–256.
Buhaug, Halvard; & Jan Ketil Rød (2006) Local Determinants of African Civil Wars, 1970-2001, Political Geography 25(3): 315–335.
Gilmore, Elisabeth; Nils Petter Gleditsch; Jan Ketil Rød & Päivi Lujala (2005) Conflict Diamonds: A New Dataset, Conflict Management and Peace Science 22(3): 257–292.

Conference Paper

Rød, Jan Ketil & Halvard Buhaug (2008) Civil Wars: Prospects and Problems with the Use of Local Indicators, presented at International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, 26–29 March.
Rustad, Siri Aas;Rød, Jan Ketil;Larsen, Wenche; & Gleditsch, Nils Petter 2007 Foilage and Fighting: Forest resources and the onset, duration and location of civil war , presented at Polarization and Conflict Workshop, , December.
Weidmann, Nils; Lars-Erik Cederman & Jan Ketil Rød (2007) Geo-Referencing of Ethnic Groups: Creating a New Dataset, presented at the 48th Annual Metting of the International Studies Association, Chicago, IL, 28 February–3 March.
Rød, Jan Ketil (2007) Civil Wars: Prospects and Problems with the Use of Local Indicators, presented at Jan Tinbergen Peace Science Conference, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, 25–27 June.
Rød, Jan Ketil (2007) Civil Wars: Prospects and Problems with the Use of Local IndicatorsBoston, MA, 15–19 March.
Rød, Jan Ketil (2007) Civil Wars: Prospects and Problems with the Use of Local IndicatorsEssex, UK, 24–25 November.
Weidmann, Nils; Jan Ketil Rød & Lars-Erik Cederman (2006) Geo-Referencing of Ethnic Groups: Creating a New Dataset, presented at the Oslo GROW-net Workshop, Oslo, 10–11 February.
Rød, Jan Ketil & Siri Aas Rustad (2006) Resources and Conflict – Conflict Zones and Disaggregated Forest Data, presented at Polarization and Conflict Workshop, Nicosia, Cyprus, 26–29 April.
Nordås, Ragnhild; Jan Ketil Rød & Gudrun Østby (2006) Regional Inequalities and Civil Conflict in 21 Sub-Saharan Countries, 1986-2004, presented at the 47th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), San Diego, 22–25 March.
Nordås, Ragnhild; Jan Ketil Rød & Gudrun Østby (2006) Regional Inequalities and Civil Conflict in 21 Sub-Saharan Countries, 1986-2004, presented at the workshop on Polarization and Conflict (PAC), Nicosia, Cyprus, 26–29 April.
Rød, Jan Ketil & Lars-Erik Cederman (2006) Modeling Ethinc Conflict in Center-Periphery Dyads, presented at Polarization and Conflict conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, 26–29 April.
Rød, Jan Ketil & Nils Petter Gleditsch (2002) Kartografisk visualisering av konflikter, presented at Kartdagene, Oslo, 13–15 March.