The geography of armed civil conflict
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This dissertation seeks to increase our general knowledge of the origins and dynamics of civil war by exploring the many possible functions of geography. Each of the five chapters that follow the introduction has its own specific ambition and empirical analysis, but they also serve a more general purpose: to investigate the geography-civil war nexus in more detail and with better data than what has previously been done.
Består avBuhaug, Halvard. Exit, Voice, and Violence. Determinants of territorial and Governmental Conflict, 1950-2001. .
Buhaug, Halvard; Gates, Scott. The Geography of Civil War. Journal of Peace Research. 39(4): 417-433, 2002.
Buhaug, Halvard; Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede. The Origin of Conflict Clusters: Contagion or Bad Neighborhoods?. .
Buhaug, Halvard; Lujala, P.. Accounting for scale: Measuring geography in quantitative studies of civil war. Political Geography. 24(4): 399-418, 2005.
Buhaug, Halvard; Rød, Jan Ketil. Local determinants of African civil wars, 1970–2001. Political Geography. 25(3): 315-335, 2006.