Håvard Hegre

Research Professor

Additional positions:

Dag Hammarskiöld Professor in Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University

Email: Hhegre@prio.no

Mobile phone: 48 09 53 21

Research Interests

 




News

Monday, 13 Dec 2021

​Friday, we got to know that a large project has been funded by the Research Council of Norway's INFRASTRUKTUR initiative, that aims to build up relevant, up-to-date infrastructure that is accessible to the research community, to various private and public sector user groups, and to the general public.

News

Friday, 19 Nov 2021

​A new research programme titled Societies at risk: The Impact of armed conflict on human development, directed by PRIO Research Professor Håvard Hegre, has received funding. The aim of the programme is to assess the impact of armed conflict on human development in much more detail and more comprehensively than earlier studies by taking a multi-disciplinary approach, bringing together scholars from economics, epidemiology, political science, and conflict research.

Also see my personal web page and the project page ViEWS - a political Violence Early-Warning System (funded by an ERC Advanced Grant).

Working experience

Dag Hammarskiöld Professor in Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University
Research Professor, PRIO (2005– )
Associate Editor, Journal of Peace Research (2004–2006, 2010– )
Member of Journal of Peace Research editorial committee (1999– )
Member of editorial board Political Science Research and Methods (2012– )
Member of editorial board International Studies Review (2013– )
Researcher, PRIO (1999–2001, 2003–2005)
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo (2008–2012)
University fellow, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo (2000–2001, 2003–2004)
Economist, The World Bank (2001–2003)
Research Assistant, PRIO (1989, and 1991–1999)
Managing Editor, Journal of Peace Research (1990–91)

Education

  • Dr. Philos in Political Science, University of Oslo (November 2004)

  • Cand.polit. in Political Science, University of Oslo (August 1999)

  • Cand.mag, University of Oslo in Musicology, History of Ideas, Computer Science, and Statistics (1995).

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