The Households in Conflict Network brings together researchers interested in the micro level analysis of the relationship between violent conflict and household welfare.
HiCN convenes researchers who work on the causes, functioning and consequences of violent conflict at the micro-level using empirical methods.
Browse from more than 300 papers published.
Welfare Impact of Hosting Refugees in Ethiopia
Ashenafi Belayneh Ayenew
Conflict exposure and health: Evidence from the Gaza Strip
Michele Di Maio, Valerio Leone Sciabolazza
Commodity Booms, Conflict, and Organized Crime The Economics of Oil Palm Mafia Violence in Indonesia
Edward Aspinall, Paul Kenny, Rashesh Shrestha
Yes They Can: Genocide, Political Participation, and Female Empowerment
Tatiana Zárate-Barrera, Thorsten Rogall
Call for papers, events & more.
Call for DFID-World Bank-UNHCR Research Proposals
The DFID-World Bank-UNHCR, Building the Evidence on Protracted Forced Displacement: A Multi-Stakeholder…
HiCN Call for Papers “Social unrest and violent conflict in times of pandemics”
The 16th Annual HiCN Workshop will be an online event this year,…