Papers

 

Political Violence and Policy Conference - 2016

Papers

Berrebi, Claude and Hanan Yonah, Hebrew University, Terrorism and philanthropy:  The effect of terror attacks on the scope of giving by individuals and households

 

Bezerra, Paul and Alex Braithwaite, University of Arizona, Conflict, aid, and terror:  Aid donor responses to need and security

 

Coggins, Bridget L., University of California, Santa Barbara, Terrorism substitution and unintended consequences:  Do international incentives change the intensity of civil wars

 

Daxecker, Ursula E. and Brandon Prins, University of Amsterdam and University of Tennessee, The politicization of crime:  Elections and maritime piracy

 

Findley, Michael, Kyosuke Kikuta, and Joseph Young, University of Texas at Austin and American University (Young), Spoiling peace agreements after civil wars:  A synthetic control approach with application to the 2016 Columbian Peace Process

 

Gaibulloev, Khusrav and Todd Sandler, American University of Sharjah and University of Texas at Dallas, Decentralization, institutions, and maritime piracy

 

Gaibulloev, Khusrav and Javed Younas, American University of Sharjah, Conflicts, terrorism and bank lending

 

Echevarria, Jon and Javier Gardeazabal, University of the Basque Country, Refugees gravitation towards asylum

 

Gassebner, Martin, Jerg Gutmann, and Stefan Voigt, Leibniz University Hannover (Gassebner) and University of Hamburg (Gutman and Voigt), Extreme bounds of coups d’état – robust determinants of coup attempts and success, 1950–2013

 

George, Justin, University of Texas at Dallas, Failed states and transnational terrorism

 

Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede and Sara M.T. Polo, University of Essex and Rice University, Ethnic inclusion, democracy, and terrorism

 

Arvanitidas, Paschalis, Athina Economou, and Christos Kollias, University of Thessaly, Terrorism effects on individual values and attitudes formation in European countries

 

Neumayer, Eric and Thomas Plümper, LSE and Vienna University of Economics and Business, Spatial spillovers in the impact of Islamist terrorism on tourism from Western countries

 

Phillips, Brain J., CIDE Mexico, How do economic sanctions affect terrorist groups?  A look at foreign terrorist organization list

 

Piazza, James A., Pennsylvania State University, Oil and terrorism, An investigation of mediators

 

Salehyan, Idean, University of Texas at Dallas, External threat and security institutions:  Evidence from Africa and Latin America

 

Russell, Kevin, Seok-ju Cho, and Nicholas Sambanis, Sungkyankwan University (Russell and Cho) and Yale University (Sambanis), The occupier’s dilemma:  foreign-imposed nation-building after ethnic war.

 

Note: boldface indicates conference attendee and presenter