Publications 2021

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Bakken, Ingrid Vik & Halvard Buhaug (2021) Civil War and Female Empowerment, Journal of Conflict Resolution. DOI: 10.1177/0022002720983409.
Buhaug, Halvard; Mihai Croicu; Hanne Fjelde & Nina von Uexkull (2021) A conditional model of local income shock and civil conflict, Journal of Politics. DOI: 10.1086/709671.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter (2021) This time is different! Or perhaps not? Neomalthusians and cornucopians in the age of climate change, Journal of Peace Research 58(1): 1–9.
Hegre, Håvard; Håvard Mokleiv Nygård & Peder Landsverk (2021) Can we predict armed conflict? How the first 9 years of published forecasts stand up to reality, International Studies Quarterly.
Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv; Gudmund Horn Hermansen & Carl Henrik Knutsen (2021) Characterizing and Assessing Temporal Heterogeneity: Introducing a Change Point Framework, with Applications on the Study of Democratization, Political Analysis.
Olsson, Louise & Erika Forsberg (2021) Examining Gender Inequality and Armed Conflict at the Subnational Level, Journal of Global Security Studies. DOI: 10.1093/jogss/ogaa023.
Olsson, Louise & Madhav Joshi (2021) War termination and women's political rights, Social Science Research. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssresearch.2020.102523.
Vestby, Jonas; Halvard Buhaug & Nina von Uexkull (2021) Why do some poor countries see armed conflict while others do not? A dual sector approach, World Development 138: 105273–.

Book Chapter

Krause, Jana & Louise Olsson (2021) Women’s Participation in Peace Processes, in MacGinty, Roger; & Anthony Wanis-St.John, eds, Contemporary Peacemaking: Conflict, Violence and Peace Processes. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Wilén, Nina (2021) Justifying Interventions: The Case of ECOWAS in Liberia (Forthcoming), in Simon, Hendrik; & Lothar Brock, eds, The Justification of War and International Order: from Past to Present. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Popular Article

Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Russia’s Looming Year of Predictable Stagnancy, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 11 January.
Baev, Pavel K. (2021) Year 2020 in Review: The Maturation of Russia's Autocracy, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 4 January.