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- Global trade in small arms and light weapons.
Data and methodology used to research the trade in small arms and light weapons.
- Arms acquisition by non-state parties involved in civil war.
- Arms export and transfer controlls.
- The role of regional organisations (in the arms trade).
- The EU's security and foreign policy (as concerns arms).
- Multilateral diplomacy (concerning arms control).
- Armed violence.
- Homicide (with firearms).
- Conflict deaths (with small arms and light weapons).
English, learning Norwegian
2004 - 2008
Chairman, European research Network COST Action A25 'European Small Arms and the Perpetuation of Violence'
2001 - present
Researcher, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo
2001 - present
Consultant to the Small Arms Survey (work on the global trade in small arms and light weapons)
1995 - 2001
Consultant. Provided analysis of international affairs to a variety of clients.
MA International Conflict Analysis - University of Kent at Canterbury - 1994-1995
BSc Economics - International Relations and Area Studies (East Asia) - University of Wales, Aberystwyth - 1991-1994
*leader of project
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From 2012, PRIO Researchers will register their publications in a national database called CRISTIN. Go to Nic Marsh's CRISTIN page
Peer-reviewed Journal Article
Jackson, Thomas; & Marsh, Nicholas (2011) Guns and Deaths: A Critical Review Small Arms, Crime and Conflict Global Governance and the Threat of Armed Violence
Greene , Owen ; & Marsh, Nicholas (2011) Introduction Small Arms, Crime and Conflict Global Governance and the Threat of Armed Violence
Greene , Owen ; & Marsh, Nicholas (2011) Armed Violence within Societies
, in Greene , Owen ; & Marsh, Nicholas, eds, Small Arms, Crime and Conflict Global Governance and the Threat of Armed Violence
Non-refereed Journal Article