Households in Conflict Network

The Households in Conflict Network brings together researchers interested in the micro level analysis of the relationship between violent conflict and household welfare.

Working Papers

Read from a series of more than 350 working papers

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Violent conflict moderates food security impacts of agricultural asset transfers in Syria: A heterogeneity analysis using machine learning

Dorothee Weiffen,  Ghassan Baliki,  Tilman Brück, 

Agricultural interventions are one of the key policy tools to strengthen the food security of households living in conflict settings. Yet, given the complex nature […]

380

How Peace Saves Lives: Evidence from Colombia

Mounu Prem,  Juan F. Vargas,  Sergio Perilla, and Miguel E. Purroy

The victimization of civilians and combatants during internal conflicts causes large socioeconomic costs. Unfortunately, it is not clear whether peace negotiations can significantly reduce this […]

379

Conflict Victimization and Civilian Obedience: Evidence from Colombia

Gustav Agenman, 

In this study, I investigate how conflict victimization influences civilians’ likelihood of (dis)obeying armed actors, a behavioral tendency which I elicit through a lab-in-the field […]

378

Sending peace home?! The effect of political favoritism on conflict

Kerstin Unfried,  Andreas Kammerlander

Bringing the model by Choi (2014) to a spatial context, we investigate and assess the link between political favoritism and internal conflict. In particular, we […]

377

(Dis)Trust in the Aftermath of Sexual Violence: Evidence from Sri Lanka

Alina Greiner,  Maximilian Filsinger

Does exposure to sexual violence during conflict affect ethnic group trust post-war? Despite the prevalence of sexual violence, we know surprisingly little about its social […]

376

Do Refugees with Better Mental Health Better Integrate? Evidence from the Building a New Life in Australia Longitudinal Survey

Hai-Anh Dang,  Trong-Anh Trinh, & Paolo Verme

Hardly any evidence exists on the effects of mental illness on refugee labor outcomes. We offer the first study on this topic in the context […]

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