Sarah Langlotz

HiCN Working Papers Series


Foreign Interventions and Community Cohesion in Times of Conflict

Sarah Langlotz, 

The success of foreign interventions crucially depends on cohesion within communities as they are relevant partners in counterinsurgency and reconstruction. I exploit a geographic regression […]


Stimulant or depressant? Resource-related income shocks and conflict

Sarah Langlotz,  Kai Gehring Stefan Kienberger

We provide evidence on the mechanisms linking resource-related income shocks to con- flict, focusing specifically on illegal crops. We hypothesize that the degree of group […]


Fueling Conflict? (De)Escalation and Bilateral Aid

Sarah Langlotz,  Richard Bluhm Martin Gassebner Paul Schaudt

This paper studies the effects of bilateral foreign aid on conflict escalation and deescalation. First, we develop a new ordinal measure capturing the two-sided and […]