Haakon Gjerløw

Senior Researcher

Email: haagje@prio.org

Mobile phone: (+47) 995 99 128

Twitter: @HaakonGjerlw

Website: www.haakongjerlow.com

Research Interests

My research focuses on political institutions, domestic politics, mass-mobilization, and human development. I also have an interest in data collection and discovering new empirical evidence to test existing theories in comparative politics and political economy.

I am always interested in cooperation with practitioners of development programmes and humanitarian aid. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to explore options for combining practice with science.

Latest publications

All publications

Haakon Gjerløw & Magnus Rasmussen (2022)
Revolution, Elite Fear and Electoral Institutions

Journal Article in Comparative Politics

John Gerring, Haakon Gjerløw & Carl Henrik Knutsen (2022)
Regimes and industrialization

Journal Article in World Development

Haakon Gjerløw & Solomon Negash (2021)
The State of Democracy among Norway’s Partner Countries in Development Policy

Conflict Trends

Siri Aas Rustad, Helga Malmin Binningsbø, Haakon Gjerløw, Francis Mwesigye, Tony Odokonyero & Gudrun Østby (2021)
Maternal Health Care Among Refugees and Host Communities in Northern Uganda: Access, Quality, and Discrimination

Journal Article in Frontiers in Global Women's Health

Haakon Gjerløw, Sabrina Karim & Gudrun Østby (2021)
When Governments and International Organizations Shut Down: The Impact of COVID-19 on Refugees’ and Host Community’s Use of Educational Services in Cox’s Bazar

Journal Article in Frontiers in Education

Haakon Gjerløw, Carl Henrik Knutsen, Tore Wig & Matthew Wilson (2021)
One Road to Riches? How State Building and Democratization Affect Economic Development


Haakon Gjerløw & Jørgen Jensehaugen (2020)
Dealing with COVID-19 in the Middle East

PRIO Paper

Marianne Dahl, Tora Sagård, Haakon Gjerløw & Bintu Zahara Sakor (2019)
Twitterrevolusjonens vekst og fall

Popular Article in Aftenposten

Kendra Dupuy, Haakon Gjerløw, Mohammad Ashraful Haque, Sultan Mahmud, Marte Nilsen & Gudrun Østby (2019)
Mapping Education Programmes for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

PRIO Policy Brief

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