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Lars-Erik Cederman
Lars-Erik Cederman
Professor of International Conflict Research, ETH Zurich
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Why do ethnic groups rebel? New data and analysis
LE Cederman, A Wimmer, B Min
World politics 62 (1), 87-119, 2010
14712010
Horizontal inequalities and ethnonationalist civil war: A global comparison
LE Cederman, NB Weidmann, KS Gleditsch
American Political Science Review 105 (3), 478-495, 2011
11722011
Ethnic politics and armed conflict: A configurational analysis of a new global data set
A Wimmer, LE Cederman, B Min
American sociological review 74 (2), 316-337, 2009
11602009
Inequality, grievances, and civil war
LE Cederman, KS Gleditsch, H Buhaug
Cambridge University Press, 2013
7532013
Emergent actors in world politics
LE Cederman
Emergent Actors in World Politics, 2021
6692021
Beyond fractionalization: Mapping ethnicity onto nationalist insurgencies
LE Cederman, L Girardin
American Political science review 101 (1), 173-185, 2007
6162007
Integrating data on ethnicity, geography, and conflict: The ethnic power relations data set family
M Vogt, NC Bormann, S Rüegger, LE Cederman, P Hunziker, L Girardin
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (7), 1327-1342, 2015
5332015
Modeling the size of wars: From billiard balls to sandpiles
LE Cederman
American Political science review 97 (1), 135-150, 2003
4902003
Representing ethnic groups in space: A new dataset
NB Weidmann, JK Rød, LE Cederman
Journal of Peace Research 47 (4), 491-499, 2010
3622010
Politically Relevant Ethnic Groups across Space and Time: Introducing the GeoEPR Dataset
J Wucherpfennig, NB Weidmann, L Girardin, LE Cederman, A Wimmer
Conflict Management and Peace Science 28 (5), 423-437, 2011
3602011
Nationalism and bounded integration: what it would take to construct a European demos
LE Cederman
European Journal of International Relations 7 (2), 139-174, 2001
3492001
Ethnicity, the state, and the duration of civil war
J Wucherpfennig, NW Metternich, LE Cederman, KS Gleditsch
World Politics 64 (1), 79-115, 2012
3422012
Back to Kant: Reinterpreting the democratic peace as a macrohistorical learning process
LE Cederman
American Political Science Review 95 (1), 15-31, 2001
2862001
Disaggregating ethno-nationalist civil wars: A dyadic test of exclusion theory
H Buhaug, LE Cederman, JK Rød
International Organization 62 (3), 531-551, 2008
2732008
Ethnonationalist triads: Assessing the influence of kin groups on civil wars
LE Cederman, L Girardin, KS Gleditsch
World Politics 61 (3), 403-437, 2009
2712009
The change of tide in political cooperation: A limited information model of European integration
G Schneider, LE Cederman
International Organization 48 (4), 633-662, 1994
2681994
Democratization and civil war: Empirical evidence
LE Cederman, S Hug, LF Krebs
Journal of peace research 47 (4), 377-394, 2010
2542010
Ethno-nationalist dyads and civil war: A GIS-based analysis
LE Cederman, H Buhaug, JK Rød
Journal of Conflict Resolution 53 (4), 496-525, 2009
2542009
Introduction to special issue on “disaggregating civil war”
LE Cederman, KS Gleditsch
Journal of Conflict Resolution 53 (4), 487-495, 2009
2462009
Square pegs in round holes: Inequalities, grievances, and civil war
H Buhaug, LE Cederman, KS Gleditsch
International Studies Quarterly 58 (2), 418-431, 2014
2382014
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