Thomas Jackson

Researcher, NISAT

Thomas Jackson left PRIO in 2007. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Background

Working experience:

2004-2005
Project Officer,
Balkans, Western CIS and Caucasus team,
Saferworld, London, UK

2001-2002
Assistant Language Teacher (JET programme),
Tochigi, Japan

1999-2001
Assistant to the Press Officer
Japanese Embassy, London

Education:

MA Central and South East European Studies,
School of Slavonic and East European Studies, UCL, London

BA Politics,
University of Sheffield

Publications

Recent publications

All publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Jackson, Thomas (2010) From Under Their Noses: Rebel Groups’ Arms Acquisition and the Importance of Leakages from State Stockpiles , International Studies Perspectives 11(2): 131–147.
Jackson, Thomas;de Soysa, Indra; & Ormhaug, Christin Marsh (2010) Tools of the Torturer? Small Arms Imports and Repression of Human rights, 1992-2004 , The International Journal of Human Rights 14(3): 378 – 393.
de Soysa, Indra; Thomas Jackson & Christin Marsh Ormhaug (2009) Does Globalization Profit the Small Arms Bazaar?, International Interactions 35(1): 85–105.
Marsh, Nicholas; & Jackson, Thomas (2006) Number of Units of Firearms Transferred as Reported to Comtrade , Report For the Small Arms Survey Project of L’Institut Universitaire De Hautes Études Internationales (Geneva) .
Marsh, Nicholas; & Jackson, Thomas (2006) Global Re-exports of Small Arms and Light Weapons , Report For the Small Arms Survey Project of L’Institut Universitaire De Hautes Études Internationales (Geneva) .
Marsh, Nicholas; & Jackson, Thomas (2006) Estimated Number of Firearms Transferred During 2004 , Report For the Small Arms Survey Project of L’Institut Universitaire De Hautes Études Internationales .
Marsh, Nicholas; & Jackson, Thomas (2006) European Small Arms and the Perpetuation of Violence , COST Action 25 Progress Report 2005 .
Jackson, Thomas (2004) Demonization and Defence of the Serbs: Balkanist Discourses During the Break-up of Yugoslavia, Slovo 16(2): 107–124.

Book Chapter

Jackson, Thomas & Nicholas Marsh (2011) Guns and Deaths: A Critical Review, in Nicholas Marsh, ed., Small Arms, Crime and Conflict Global Governance and the Threat of Armed Violence. London: Routledge (105–121).
Jackson, Thomas(2005) The Republic of Montenegro Small Arms and Light Weapons and Private Security Companies In South Eastern Europe: a Cause or Effect of Insecurity?. : .
Jackson, Thomas;Marsh, Nicholas; & Thurin, Anne(2005) The Efficacy of EU Export Control Measures Concerning Small Arms and Light Weapons Small Arms and Light Weapons Transfers. : UNIDIR(53–78).

Popular Article

Jackson, Thomas (2006) Europe and the Middle East: Brothers in Arms, Caffeine, July.
Pérez Herranz, Matilde; & Jackson, Thomas (2005) Terror og følelser [Terror and Emotion], Aftenposten, 1 August.

Conference Paper

Jackson, Thomas; & Marsh, Nicholas 2008 Causes and Costs of Gun Violence: A Critical Evaluation , presented at Armed Violence, , 17–19 March.
Jackson, Thomas; Nicholas Marsh & Julian Wagstaff (2007) Counting Guns - The NISAT Datasets on Small Arms Trade, presented at 11th Annual Conference on Economics and Security, Bristol, 5–7 July.
de Soysa, Indra;Jackson, Thomas; & Ormhaug, Christin Marsh 2007 Death Wish? Globalization and the Proliferation of Small Arms, 1992–2003, presented at the 48th Annual Metting of the International Studies Association, , 28 February–3 March.
Jackson, Thomas 2006 Summary of and Lessons Learned from the 2005 Report on Private Security Companies in South East Europe: A Cause or Effect of Instability?, presented at COST Action 25 meeting on 'Private Military and Security Companies', , 9–10 February.

Report - Other

Marsh, Nicholas; & Thomas Jackson (2007) Weapons Acquisition by Armed Groups in the Sudan Conflict Complex – A Review of Open SourcesOslo: PRIO.
Marsh, Nicholas; & Thomas Jackson (2007) Annual Progress Report for COST Action A25 European Small Arms and the Perpetutation of Violence.
Marsh, Nicholas; & Thomas Jackson (2006) Dataset of International Transfers of Small Arms and Light Weapons, for the EU Commission's Joint Research Centre. Oslo: PRIO.

Report - External Series

Rynn, Simon;Gounev, Philip; & Jackson, Thomas (2005) Taming the Arsenal - Small Arms and Light Weapons in Bulgaria, 0, : .
Jackson, Thomas;Phillips, Charlotte;Wood, David;Taylor, Zack; & Rynn, Simon (2005) South Eastern Europe SALW Monitor 2005, 0, : .
Marsh, Nicholas;Owen, Taylor;Jackson, Thomas; & Thurin, Anne (2005) Who Takes the Bullet? – The Impact of Small Arms Violence, Understanding the Issues, 3. : .