HiCN Working Papers Series
Under God’s protective wings: Does exposure to violent conflict make Nigerians value God more?
This study examines the effect of exposure to violent conflict on the importance that Nigerians attach to God in their lives. The regression results show […]
Is there a religious dimension to concern about farmer-herder conflicts in Nigeria?
Although many studies have been conducted on the conflicts between Fulani nomadic herders and sedentary farmers over land and water resources in Nigeria, very few […]
Undead Past: What Drives Support for the Secessionist Goal of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Nigeria?
Although the secessionist conflict in Nigeria’s Eastern Region has persisted for over two decades and become increasingly violent, no study has, to the best of […]
The Effect of Violent Conflict on the Socioeconomic Condition of Households in Nigeria: The Case of Kaduna State
The incidence and intensity of violent conflict in Nigeria have been rising steadily since 2016. However, the states across the country are not equally affected. […]