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

412

Who Hosts? The Correlates of Hosting the Internally Displaced

Nik Stoop,  Peter van der Windt,  Leonid Peisakhin

Tens of millions of individuals are displaced due to violence, and most are hosted by other households in their home countries. We ask what motivates […]

411

Inverted “U” of fear: The paradox of conflict exposure and expected victimization in Kaduna, Nigeria

Daniel Tuki, 

Using novel survey data collected from the Northern Nigerian state of Kaduna, this study examines the effect of exposure to violent conflict on people’s expectation […]

410

Prevalence of Depression and Associated Socio-economic Outcomes during Violent Conflict: A Matched Analysis for Palestine Using Nationally Representative Survey and Conflict Event Data

Piero Ronzani,  Wolfgang Stojetz,  Alia Aghajanian,  Tilman Brück,  Nadine Stammel, Maria Boettche, Diego Zardetto, Sarah Fenzl, Maen Salhab, Jessica M. Anderson, Arden Finn

Mental health risks are high in conflict settings, but mental health research mostly focuses on non-conflict settings. Survey data from active conflict settings often suffer […]

409

Armed conflict and gendered participation in agrifood systems: Survey evidence from 29 African countries

Piero Ronzani,  Wolfgang Stojetz,  Tilman Brück,  Carlo Azzarri, Gianluigi Nico, Erdgin Mane

This paper provides empirical microlevel evidence on the gendered impacts of armed conflict on economic activity in agriculture and other sectors, combining large-N sex-disaggregated survey […]

408

Gender and migration aspirations in Nigeria: A comparative study of the states of Edo and Kaduna

Daniel Tuki, 

This study examined the effect of gender on migration aspirations in the states of Kaduna and Edo, which are in Nigeria’s Northern and Southern Regions […]

407

Suffering and smiling: What determines happiness among Nigerians?

Daniel Tuki, 

Using the Wave 7 World Values Survey (WVS) dataset, this study examined the determinants of happiness among Nigerians with a focus on exposure to violent […]

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