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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Victims of electoral violence and their children experience irreversible stunting: The long-term welfare effects of electoral violence

Roxana Gutiérrez-Romero 

Despite the extensive literature on civil conflict, little is known about the medium- and long-term effects of electoral violence on young children and adolescents. This […]

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Armed conflict exposure and trust: Evidence from a natural experiment in Turkey

Arzu Kibris  Lena Gerling 

We study the individual-level effects of exposure to internal armed conflict on social capital, focusing on trust in institutions and in social relations. We introduce […]

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Information, Anxiety, and Persuasion: Analyzing Return Intentions of Displaced Persons

Jonathan Hall  James Igoe Walsh  Onah Peter Thompson

Anxiety influences how people attend to, interpret, and respond to information and  potential threats. How does anxiety influence attempts to persuade? We hypothesize that the  […]

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How Do Gender Norms Shape Education and Domestic Work Outcomes? The Case of Syrian Refugee Adolescents in Jordan

Caroline Krafft  Ragui Assaad, Isabel Pastoor

Forced displacement has disrupted Syrian refugees’ lives and exposed them to new communities and norms. This paper assesses how gender norms shape the lives of […]

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Landmines: The Local Effects of Demining

Mounu Prem  Juan F. Vargas  Miguel E. Purroy

Anti-personnel landmines are one of the main causes of civilian victimization in conflict- affected areas and a significant obstacle for post-war reconstruction. Demining campaigns are […]

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A ‘bright’ side of war? Armed conflict and female teen marriage in Azerbaijan

Orsola Torrisi 

Does exposure to armed conflict influence female teen marriage? Despite increasing attention to early marriage, its drivers and consequences, quantitative research on whether teen unions […]

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