Eric Neumayer was an External Associate at PRIO until 2018.
Professor of Environment and Development at London School of Economics
By Katharina Pfaff, Eric Neumayer & Thomas Plümper, Conflict Trends
By Katharina Pfaff, Eric Neumayer & Thomas Pluemper in Social Science Quarterly
Journal Article in Social Science Quarterly
Popular Article in LSE Blog
Journal Article in Protest Against COVID-19 Containment Policies in European Countries
Journal Article in Public Choice
Journal Article in The Review of International Organizations
Journal Article in World Development
Journal Article in Journal of Peace Research
Journal Article in The Stata Journal
Journal Article in Conflict Management and Peace Science
The existing literature identifies natural resource wealth as a major determinant of civil war. This research note by Indra de Soysa and Eric Neumayer uses a new dataset on natural resource rents that are disaggregated as mineral and energy rents for addressing the resources-conflict relationship.
Simon Dietz, Eric Neumayer & Indra de Soysa has published an article in Environment and Development Economics.
Genuine saving is a measure of net investment in produced, natural and human capital. It is a necessary condition for weak sustainable development that genuine saving not be persistently negative. Alongside the well-known resource curse on economic growth, resource abundance might have a negative effect on genuine saving.