Edward Miguel

HiCN Working Papers Series

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Economic and Non-Economic Factors in Violence: Evidence from Organized Crime, Suicides and Climate in Mexico

Edward Miguel  Ceren Baysan Marshall Burke Felipe González Solomon Hsiang

Organized intergroup violence is almost universally modeled as a calculated act motivated by economic factors. In contrast, it is generally assumed that non-economic factors, such […]

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Can War Foster Cooperation?

Chris Blattman  Edward Miguel  Michal Bauer Julie Chytilová Joseph Henrich Tamar Mitts

In the past decade, nearly 20 studies have found a strong, persistent pattern in surveys and behavioral experiments from over 40 countries: individual exposure to […]