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Professor Kristian Gleditsch

Professor
Department of Government
Professor Kristian Gleditsch
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  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 872517

  • Location

    5.415, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Thursday 10-12

Profile

Biography

I am the Regius Professor of Political Science in the Department of Government at the University of Essex, director of the Michael Nicholson Centre for Conflict and Cooperation, and a research associate at the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO). My research interests include conflict and cooperation, democratization, and spatial dimensions of social and political processes. For further details, please see my personal webpage, http://ksgleditsch.com

Qualifications

  • 1995 -99 PhD in Political Science University of Colorado,

  • 1995-96. MA in Political Science University of Colorado,

  • 1991- 93 Cand.Mag. degree, (Majoring in Political Science with additional degrees in Social Anthropology, Spanish, and Statistics) University of Oslo,

Research and professional activities

Research interests

International Conflict and Cooperation

Open to supervise

Intrastate Conflict, Protest, and Mobilization

Open to supervise

Mathematical and Statistical Models

Open to supervise

Democratization

Open to supervise

Current research

Please see my personal webpage


More information about this project

Conferences and presentations

Please see my personal webpage,http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~ksg/

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Theories of International Relations (GV902)

Previous supervision

Sinem Arslan
Sinem Arslan
Thesis title: Transnational Dynamics of Civil War Peace Processes
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 22/5/2019
Phillip Nelson
Phillip Nelson
Thesis title: Money. Money. Money? Economic Incentives in Civil Conflict
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 22/5/2019
Charlotte Fiedler
Charlotte Fiedler
Thesis title: Unpacking the Relationship Between Political Institutions and Conflict Recurrence
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 15/4/2019
Luis Antonio Palerm Torres
Luis Antonio Palerm Torres
Thesis title: Institutional Determinants of Human Rights Violations Across Political Regimes
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 26/11/2018
Roman-Gabriel Olar
Roman-Gabriel Olar
Thesis title: Institutionalization, Repression and Political Instability in Authoritarian Regimes
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 20/7/2018
Baris Ari
Baris Ari
Thesis title: Uncrossing the Rubicon: Transitions From Violent Civil Conflict to Peace
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 5/7/2018
Dragana Vidovic
Dragana Vidovic
Thesis title: Barriers to Nonviolent Resistance: Identities, Aims and State Responses to Dissent
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 18/4/2018
Margherita Belgioioso
Margherita Belgioioso
Thesis title: The Choice of Terrorism in Conflict and the Outcomes of Mixed Methods of Dissent
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 26/3/2018
Rebecca Elizabeth Cordell
Rebecca Elizabeth Cordell
Thesis title: Did 9/11 Change Everything? Security and Human Rights Tradeoffs in International Cooperation
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 10/11/2017
Katerina Tkacova
Katerina Tkacova
Thesis title: Hate Begets Hate; Violence Begets Violence: The Case of Domestic Terrorism on Behalf of Ethnic Groups
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 11/5/2017
Maria Belen Gonzalez
Maria Belen Gonzalez
Thesis title: The Dynamics of State Violence: Repression and Genocide in Armed Conflict
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 16/7/2015
Sara Maria Teresa Polo
Sara Maria Teresa Polo
Thesis title: Disaggregating Terrorism: Excluded Groups, Diffusion, and Targets
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 3/7/2015
Juliane Krueger
Juliane Krueger
Thesis title: New Voices for a Silent Past: Analysing Civilian Deaths in Conflict
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 12/12/2014
Zorzeta Bakaki
Zorzeta Bakaki
Thesis title: Breaking the Crisis Circle: Conflict Management of International Rivalries
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 27/6/2014
Sebastian Alexander Ziaja
Sebastian Alexander Ziaja
Thesis title: A Nudge Too Far? The Effects of Democracy Aid on Democratization and Political Instability
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 20/4/2014
Mauricio Alejandro Rivera Celestino
Mauricio Alejandro Rivera Celestino
Thesis title: The Sources of State Repression
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 21/3/2014
Kaisa Helena Hinkkainen
Kaisa Helena Hinkkainen
Thesis title: Motivations, Opportunities and Tactics in Terrorism
Degree subject: Government
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 4/7/2013
Loretta Dell'Aguzzo
Loretta Dell'Aguzzo
Degree subject: Occasional Study: Government Research
Degree type: Occasional Postgraduate Study
Awarded date: 15/4/2012

Publications

Journal articles (124)

Gleditsch, K., Belgioioso, M. and Costalli, S., Better the devil you know? How fringe terrorism can induce an advantage for moderate nonviolent campaigns. Terrorism and Political Violence, 1-20

Bartusevicius, H. and Gleditsch, KS., (2019). A Two-Stage Approach to Civil Conflict: Contested Incompatibilities and Armed Violence. International Organization. 73 (1), 225-248

Bohmelt, T., Bove, V. and Gleditsch, K., (2019). Blame the victims? Refugees, state capacity, and non-state actor violence. Journal of Peace Research. 56 (1), 73-87

Gleditsch, K., (2019). An ever more violent world?. Political Studies Review. 17 (2), 99-114

Gleditsch, K., Tago, A. and Tanaka, S., (2019). Spurred by Threats or Afraid of War? A Survey Experiment on Costs of Conflict in Support for Military Action. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 25 (2)

Belgioioso, M., Gleditsch, K. and Vidovic, D., (2018). A Tale of Two Governments? Government Responses and Perceived Influence in the 2014 Protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Journal of Global Security Studies. 3 (3), 285-301

Gleditsch, KS., Cederman, LE. and Wucherpfennig, J., (2018). The Diffusion of Inclusion: An Open Polity Model of Ethnic Power Sharing. Comparative Political Studies. 51 (10), 1279-1313

Cardenas, E., Gleditsch, KS. and Guevara, LC., (2018). Network Structure of Insurgent Groups and the Success of DDR Processes in Colombia. Small Wars and Insurgencies. 29 (4), 754-775

Guo, W., Gleditsch, K. and Wilson, A., (2018). Retool AI to forecast and limit wars. Nature. 562 (7727), 331-333

Tanaka, S., Tago, A. and Gleditsch, KS., (2017). Seeing the Lexus for the Olive Trees? Public Opinion, Economic Interdependence, and Interstate Conflict. International Interactions. 43 (3), 375-396

Cederman, LE., Gleditsch, KS. and Wucherpfennig, J., (2017). Predicting the decline of ethnic civil war: Was gurr right and for the right reasons?. Journal of Peace Research. 54 (2), 262-274

Chiba, D. and Gleditsch, KS., (2017). The shape of things to come? Expanding the inequality and grievance model for civil war forecasts with event data. Journal of Peace Research. 54 (2), 275-297

Gleditsch, KS. and Rivera, M., (2017). The Diffusion of Nonviolent Campaigns. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 61 (5), 1120-1145

Cunningham, DE., Gleditsch, K., González, B., Vidović, D. and White, PB., (2017). Words and Deeds: From Incompatibilities to Outcomes in Anti-Government Disputes. Journal of Peace Research. 54 (1), 468-483

Gleditsch, K., (2017). Ornithology and varieties of conflict: A personal retrospective on conflict forecasting. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 23 (4)

Gleditsch, KS., (2017). Classical Book Review: Reflections on Kenneth Boulding’s Three Faces of Power, in retrospect, and with the benefit of hindsight. Journal of Resistance Studies. 3 (2), 156-163

Polo, SMT. and Gleditsch, KS., (2016). Twisting arms and sending messages: Terrorist tactics in civil war. Journal of Peace Research. 53 (6), 815-829

Gleditsch, KS. and Polo, SMT., (2016). Ethnic inclusion, democracy, and terrorism. Public Choice. 169 (3-4), 207-229

Bove, V., Gleditsch, KS. and Sekeris, PG., (2016). “Oil above Water”. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 60 (7), 1251-1277

Miranda, LCM., Perondi, LF. and Gleditsch, KS., (2016). The evolution of civil war severity, 1816-2005. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 22 (3), 247-276

Gates, S., Skrede Gleditsch, K. and Shortland, A., (2016). Winner of the 2016 Lewis Fry Richardson Award, Paul Collier: Clarity and Compassion in the Study of Civil War. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 22 (4), 339-346

Gleditsch, K., Hug, S., Schubiger, LI. and Wucherpfennig, J., (2016). International Conventions and Non-State Actors: Selection, Signaling and Reputation Effects. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 62 (2), 346-380

Buhaug, H., Cederman, L. and Gleditsch, K., (2016). Ulikhet, eksklusjon og borgerkrig [Inequality, Exclusion, and Civil War]. Politica - Tidsskrift for politisk videnskab. 48 (1), 12-29

White, PB., Vidovic, D., González, B., Gleditsch, KS. and Cunningham, DE., (2015). Nonviolence as a Weapon of the Resourceful: From Claims to Tactics in Mobilization*. Mobilization: An International Quarterly. 20 (4), 471-491

Asal, V., Cousins, K. and Gleditsch, KS., (2015). Making ends meet. Journal of Peace Research. 52 (1), 134-138

Beardsley, K. and Gleditsch, KS., (2015). Peacekeeping as Conflict Containment. International Studies Review. 17 (1), 67-89

Beardsley, K., Gleditsch, KS. and Lo, N., (2015). Roving Bandits? The Geographical Evolution of African Armed Conflicts. International Studies Quarterly. 59 (3), 503-516

Gleditsch, K. and Pickering, S., (2014). Wars are becoming less frequent: a response to Harrison and Wolf. Economic History Review. 67 (1), 214-230

Gleditsch, KS., Metternich, NW. and Ruggeri, A., (2014). Data and progress in peace and conflict research. Journal of Peace Research. 51 (2), 301-314

Buhaug, H., Cederman, L-E. and Gleditsch, KS., (2014). Square Pegs in Round Holes: Inequalities, Grievances, and Civil War. International Studies Quarterly. 58 (2), 418-431

Clayton, G. and Gleditsch, KS., (2014). Will we see helping hands? Predicting civil war mediation and likely success. Conflict Management and Peace Science. 31 (3), 265-284

Celestino, MR. and Gleditsch, KS., (2013). Fresh carnations or all thorn, no rose? Nonviolent campaigns and transitions in autocracies. Journal of Peace Research. 50 (3), 385-400

Gleditsch, KS., (2013). Poor Numbers: How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What To Do About It. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 50 (4), 535-536

Gleditsch, KS. and Ward, MD., (2013). Forecasting is difficult, especially about the future. Journal of Peace Research. 50 (1), 17-31

Cederman, L-E., Gleditsch, KS. and Hug, S., (2013). Elections and Ethnic Civil War. Comparative Political Studies. 46 (3), 387-417

Cunningham, DE., Gleditsch, KS. and Salehyan, I., (2013). Non-state actors in civil wars: A new dataset. Conflict Management and Peace Science. 30 (5), 516-531

Cederman, L-E., Gleditsch, KS., Salehyan, I. and Wucherpfennig, J., (2013). Transborder Ethnic Kin and Civil War. International Organization. 67 (2), 389-410

Gleditsch, KS., (2013). The Measure of Civilization: How Social Development Decides the Fate of Nations. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 50 (5), 650-650

Cederman, L., Gleditsch, K., Salehyan, I. and Wucherpfennig, J., (2013). Transborder Ethnic Kin and Civil War. International Organization. 67 (02), 389-410

Hendrix, CS. and Gleditsch, KS., (2012). Civil war: is it all about disease and xenophobia? A comment on Letendre, Fincher & Thornhill. Biological Reviews. 87 (1), 163-167

Clauset, A. and Gleditsch, KS., (2012). The Developmental Dynamics of Terrorist Organizations. PLoS ONE. 7 (11), e48633-e48633

Gleditsch, KS., (2012). Terror, Security, and Money: Balancing the Risks, Benefits, and Costs of Homeland Security. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 49 (6), 878-878

Deiwiks, C., Cederman, L-E. and Gleditsch, KS., (2012). Inequality and conflict in federations. Journal of Peace Research. 49 (2), 289-304

Wucherpfennig, J., Metternich, NW., Cederman, L-E. and Gleditsch, KS., (2012). Ethnicity, the State, and the Duration of Civil War. World Politics. 64 (1), 79-115

Holme, P., Clauset, A. and Gleditsch, K., (2012). The Developmental Dynamics of Terrorist Organizations. PloS One. 7 (11), creators-Gleditsch=3AKristian=3A=3A

Wucherpfennig, J., Metternich, NW., Cederman, L. and Gleditsch, K., (2012). Ethnicity, the State, and the Duration of Civil War. World Politics. 64 (01), 79-115

Buhaug, H., Gleditsch, K., Holtermann, H., Ostby, G. and Tollefsen, AF., (2011). It's the Local Economy, Stupid! Geographic Wealth Dispersion and Conflict Outbreak Location. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 55 (5), 814-840

Gleditsch, KS., (2011). Handbook of Quantitative Criminology. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 48 (4), 563-563

Gleditsch, KS., (2011). Sex, Drugs, and Body Counts: The Politics of Numbers in Global Crime and Conflict. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 48 (6), 817-818

CEDERMAN, L-E., WEIDMANN, NB. and GLEDITSCH, KS., (2011). Horizontal Inequalities and Ethnonationalist Civil War: A Global Comparison. American Political Science Review. 105 (3), 478-495

Gleditsch, KS., Wucherpfennig, J., Hug, S. and Reigstad, KG., (2011). Polygyny or Misogyny? Reexamining the “First Law of Intergroup Conflict”. The Journal of Politics. 73 (1), 265-270

Salehyan, I., Gleditsch, KS. and Cunningham, DE., (2011). Explaining External Support for Insurgent Groups. International Organization. 65 (4), 709-744

Gleditsch, KS., (2011). Amexica: War along the Borderline. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 48 (3), 418-418

Bove, V. and Gleditsch, KS., (2011). 2010 Lewis Fry Richardson Lifetime Achievement Award: Ron P. Smith and the Economics of War and Peace. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 17 (1)

Gleditsch, K., Salehyan, I. and Cunningham, DE., (2011). Explaining External Support for Insurgent Groups. International Organization. 65 (4), 709-744

Gleditsch, K., Cederman, L. and Weidmann, NB., (2011). Horizontal Inequalities and Ethno-nationalist Civil War: A Global Comparison. American Political Science Review. 105 (3), 478-495

Gleditsch, K., Wucherpfennig, J., Hug, S. and Reigstad, KG., (2011). Polygyny or Misogyny? Reexamining the ?First Law of Intergroup Conflict?. Journal of Politics. 73 (01), 265-270

Skrede Gleditsch, K. and Ruggeri, A., (2010). Political opportunity structures, democracy, and civil war. Journal of Peace Research. 47 (3), 299-310

Skrede Gleditsch, K., (2010). On Ignoring Missing Data and the Robustness of Trade and Conflict Results. Conflict Management and Peace Science. 27 (2), 153-157

Gleditsch, KS., (2010). For Kin or Country: Xenophobia, Nationalism, and War.. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 47 (6), 814-814

Weidmann, NB. and Gleditsch, KS., (2010). Mapping and Measuring Country Shapes The cshapes Package. R JOURNAL. 2 (1), 18-24

Clauset, A., Heger, L., Young, M. and Gleditsch, KS., (2010). The strategic calculus of terrorism: Substitution and competition in the Israel—Palestine conflict. Cooperation and Conflict. 45 (1), 6-33

Weidmann, NB., Kuse, D. and Gleditsch, KS., (2010). The Geography of the International System: The CShapes Dataset. International Interactions. 36 (1), 86-106

Gleditsch, KS., (2010). The Global Commonwealth of Citizens: Toward Cosmopolitan Democracy. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 47 (2), 251-251

Gleditsch, KS., (2010). Box-Steffensmeier, Janet M; Henry E Brady & David Collier (2008) The Oxford Handbook of Political Methodology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 880 pp. ISBN 9780199286546. Journal of Peace Research. 47 (4), 512-512

Gleditsch, KS., (2010). Turchin, Peter & Sergey A Nefedov (2009) Secular Cycles. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 349 pp. ISBN 9780691136967. Journal of Peace Research. 47 (4), 516-516

Gleditsch, KS., (2010). Connected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How they Shape Our Lives. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 47 (3), 347-348

Nordås, R., Cunningham, KG., Gates, S. and Gleditsch, KS., (2010). Grounds for Separation: Comparing Recruitment to Separatist Rebel Groups. SSRN Electronic Journal

Gleditsch, KS. and Gartzke, E., (2010). Small and Constrained vs. Large and Insular? The Role of Country Size and the Liberal Peace

Weidmann, NB. and Gleditsch, KS., (2010). Mapping and measuring country shapes. R Journal. 2 (1), 18-24

Clauset, A., Young, M. and Gleditsch, KS., (2010). A Novel Explanation of the Power-Law Form of the Frequency of Severe Terrorist Events: Reply to Saperstein. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 16 (1)

Sandholt Jensen, P. and Skrede Gleditsch, K., (2009). RAIN, GROWTH, AND CIVIL WAR: THE IMPORTANCE OF LOCATION. Defence and Peace Economics. 20 (5), 359-372

Gleditsch, KS., (2009). States, Nations, and the Great Powers: The Source of Regional War and Peace. By Benjamin Miller. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. 526p. $110.00 cloth, $42.00 paper.. Perspectives on Politics. 7 (1), 227-228

Goemans, HE., Gleditsch, KS. and Chiozza, G., (2009). Introducing Archigos: A Dataset of Political Leaders. Journal of Peace Research. 46 (2), 269-283

Cederman, L-E., Girardin, L. and Gleditsch, KS., (2009). Ethnonationalist Triads: Assessing the Influence of Kin Groups on Civil Wars. World Politics. 61 (3), 403-437

Cederman, L-E. and Gleditsch, KS., (2009). Introduction to Special Issue on “Disaggregating Civil War”. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 53 (4), 487-495

Gleditsch, KS., (2009). Wars, Guns, and Votes: Democracy in Dangerous Places. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 46 (5), 721-721

Skrede Gleditsch, K., (2009). Collins, Randal, 2008. Violence: A Micro-Sociological Theory. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. xi + 584 pp. ISBN 9780691133133. Journal of Peace Research. 46 (1), 147-148

Gleditsch, KS., (2009). The Cult of Statistical Significance: How the Standard Error Costs Us Jobs, Justice, and Lives. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 46 (5), 728-729

Salehyan, I., Cunningham, DE. and Gleditsch, KS., (2009). The Enemy of My Enemy Deserves My Support: Transnational Support for Insurgent Groups

Gleditsch, K., Cederman, L. and Girardin, L., (2009). Ethno-nationalist Triads: Assessing the Influence of Kin Groups on Civil Wars. World Politics. 61 (3), 403-37

Gleditsch, KS., Salehyan, I. and Schultz, K., (2008). Fighting at Home, Fighting Abroad. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 52 (4), 479-506

Buhaug, H. and Gleditsch, KS., (2008). Contagion or Confusion? Why Conflicts Cluster in Space. International Studies Quarterly. 52 (2), 215-233

Gleditsch, KS., (2007). Transnational Dimensions of Civil War. Journal of Peace Research. 44 (3), 293-309

Clauset, A., Young, M. and Gleditsch, KS., (2007). On the Frequency of Severe Terrorist Events. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 51 (1), 58-87

Gleditsch, KS., (2007). Popovic, Srdja; Andrej Milivojevic & Slobodan Djinovic, 2006. Nonviolent Struggle, 50 Crucial Points: A Strategic Approach to Everyday Tactics. Belgrade: Centre for Applied Non-Violent Action and Strategies (http://www. canvasopedia.org/files/various/Nonviolent_Struggle-50CP.pdf). Journal of Peace Research. 44 (4), 530-530

Gleditsch, KS., (2006). Book Notes. Journal of Peace Research. 43 (2), 237-238

Gleditsch, KS., (2006). Book Note: Electing To Fight: Why Emerging Democracies Go to War. Journal of Peace Research. 43 (4), 498-498

Gleditsch, KS. and Ward, MD., (2006). Diffusion and the International Context of Democratization. International Organization. 60 (04), 911-933

Salehyan, I. and Gleditsch, KS., (2006). Refugees and the Spread of Civil War. International Organization. 60 (02), 335-366

Gartzke, E. and Gleditsch, KS., (2006). Identity and Conflict: Ties that Bind and Differences that Divide. European Journal of International Relations. 12 (1), 53-87

Gleditsch, KS., (2006). Expert Political Judgement: How Good Is It? How Can We Know?. Journal of Peace Research. 43 (6), 759-759

Gleditsch, KS., (2006). Graphic Discovery: A Trout in the Milk and Other Visual Adventures. Journal of Peace Research. 43 (6), 760-761

GLEDITSCH, KS., (2006). Exploring the Origins of Transitions in the Fourth Wave. International Studies Review. 8 (2), 288-290

Gleditsch, K. and Ward, M., (2006). Diffusion and the International Context of Democratization. International Organization. 60 (4), 911-933

Gleditsch, K. and Salehyan, I., (2006). Refugees and the Spread of Civil War. International Organization. 60 (2), 335-366

Gleditsch, KS., (2005). Small worlds: The dynamics of networks between order and randomness.. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 42 (1), 120-120

Gleditsch, KS., (2005). Regions and powers: The structure of international security. POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY. 120 (1), 141-142

Gleditsch, KS., (2005). Six degrees: The science of a connected age.. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 42 (1), 120-120

Gleditsch, KS., (2005). Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Securityby Barry Buzan and Ole Waever. Political Science Quarterly. 120 (1), 141-142

Gartzke, E. and Gleditsch, KS., (2004). Why Democracies May Actually Be Less Reliable Allies. American Journal of Political Science. 48 (4), 775-795

(2004). Erratum. International Interactions. 30 (4), 397-397

Cederman, L-E. and Gleditsch, KS., (2004). Conquest and Regime Change: An Evolutionary Model of the Spread of Democracy and Peace. International Studies Quarterly. 48 (3), 603-629

Gartzke, E. and Gleditsch, KS., (2004). Why Democracies May Actually Be Less Reliable Allies. American Journal of Political Science. 48 (4), 775-775

Gleditsch, KS., (2003). Book Notes. Journal of Peace Research. 40 (3), 352-352

Ikenberry, GJ. and Gleditsch, KS., (2003). All International Politics Is Local: The Diffusion of Conflict, Integration, and Democratization. Foreign Affairs. 82 (1), 158-158

Gleditsch, KS., (2002). Expanded Trade and Gdp Data. Journal Of Conflict Resolution. 46 (5), 712-724

Ward, MD. and Gleditsch, KS., (2002). Location, Location, Location: An MCMC Approach to Modeling the Spatial Context of War and Peace. Political Analysis. 10 (3), 244-260

Heagerty, P., Ward, MD. and Gleditsch, KS., (2002). Windows of Opportunity: Window Subseries Empirical Variance Estimators in International Relations. Political Analysis. 10 (3), 304-317

Gleditsch, K. and Ward, MD., (2002). Location, Location, Location: An MCMC Approach to Modeling the Spatial Context of War and Peace. Political Analysis. 10 (3), 244-260

Gleditsch, K., Ward, MD. and Heagerty, P., (2002). Windows of Opportunity: Window Subseries Empirical Variance Estimators in International Relations. Political Analysis. 10 (3), 712-724

Gleditsch, K., (2002). All International Politics Is Local

Gleditsch, KS., (2000). From voting to violence: democratization and nationalist conflict.. INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. 76 (4), 850-851

Enterline, AJ. and Gleditsch, KS., (2000). Threats, opportunity, and force: Repression and diversion of domestic pressure, 1948–1982. International Interactions. 26 (1), 21-53

Gleditsch, KS. and Ward, MD., (2000). War and Peace in Space and Time: The Role of Democratization. International Studies Quarterly. 44 (1), 1-29

Gleditsch, KS. and Ward, MD., (1999). A revised list of independent states since the congress of Vienna. International Interactions. 25 (4), 393-413

Gleditsch, K. and Ward, MD., (1999). A revised list of independent states since the congress of Vienna. International Interactions. 24 (4), 393-413

Santmire, TE., Kraus, S., Santmire, TE., Wilkenfeld, J., Holley, KM. and Gleditsch, KS., (1998). The Impact of Cognitive Diversity on Crisis Negotiations. Political Psychology. 19 (4), 721-748

O'Loughlin, J., Ward, MD., Lofdahl, CL., Cohen, JS., Brown, DS., Reilly, D., Gleditsch, KS. and Shin, M., (1998). The Diffusion of Democracy, 1946–1994. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 88 (4), 545-574

Gleditsch, KS., (1995). Book Notes. Journal of Peace Research. 32 (4), 498-498

Gleditsch, KS., (1995). Book Notes. Journal of Peace Research. 32 (4), 502-502

GLEDITSCH, KS., (1995). HISTORY OF LATIN-AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN - NORWEGIAN - FUGLESTAD,F, LOTVEIT,M, EIAN,AK. INTERNASJONAL POLITIKK. 53 (2), 267-269

GLEDITSCH, KS., (1994). REVOLUTIONARY CUBA AND THE END OF THE COLD-WAR - JORDAN,DC. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 31 (2), 233-233

GLEDITSCH, KS., (1994). TOWARDS DEMOCRACY IN MEXICO. INTERNASJONAL POLITIKK. 52 (1), 89-104

Books (2)

Cederman, L-E., Gleditsch, KS. and Buhaug, H., (2013). Inequality, Grievances, and Civil War. Cambridge University Press. 9781139084161

Gleditsch, K. and Ward, MD., (2008). Spatial Regression Models. Sage Publications Inc.. 9781412954150

Book chapters (18)

Gleditsch, KS., The Spread of Civil War. In: The SAGE Handbook of Conflict Resolution. SAGE Publications Ltd. 595- 612. 9781412921923

Clauset, A. and Gleditsch, KS., (2018). Trends in Conflict. In: The Oxford Handbook of International Security. Oxford University Press. 226- 245. 9780198777854

Gleditsch, K., (2017). Civil War from a Transnational Perspective. In: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Editors: Thompson, WR., . Oxford University Press

Gleditsch, KS., Beardsley, K. and Polo, SMT., (2017). Issues in Data Collection: International Conflict. In: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies

Gleditsch, KS., Cunningham, DE. and Salehyan, I., (2016). Trends in Civil War Data: Geography, Organizations, and Events. In: What Do We Know about Civil Wars?. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 247- 260. 1442242248. 9781442242241

Gleditsch, KS. and Håvard, H., (2014). Regime Type and Political Transition in Civil War. In: Routledge Handbook of Civil Wars. Editors: Newman, E. and De Rouen, Jr, K., . Routledge. 0415622581. 9780415622585

Gleditsch, KS., (2013). Transnational Dimensions of Civil War. In: Political Violence Volume One: Concepts and Theories of Political Violence. Editors: Chenoweth, E., . SAGE Publications Limited. 1446274071. 9781446274071

Gleditsch, KS. and Cederman, L-E., (2013). Horizontal Inequalities and Ethno-nationalist Civil War. In: Political Violence Volume Two: Causes of Political Violence. Editors: Chenoweth, E., . SAGE Publications Limited. 1446274071. 9781446274071

Gleditsch, KS. and Weidmann, NB., (2012). Richardson in the Information Age: Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Data in International Studies. In: ANNUAL REVIEW OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, VOL 15. Annual Reviews. 461- 481

Metternich, NW., Gleditsch, KS., Dorussen, H. and Ruggeri, A., (2012). International dimensions of internal conflict. In: Elgar Handbook of Civil War and Fragile States. Edward Elgar Publishing. 214- 222. 9781848448421

Gleditsch, K., (2011). Data, Spatial. In: International Encyclopedia of Political Science. Editors: Badie, B., Berg-Schlosser, D. and Morlino, L., . Sage Publications Inc.. 9781412959636

Gleditsch, K., (2011). Civil War. In: International Encyclopedia of Political Science. Editors: Badie, B., Berg-Schlosser, D. and Morlino, L., . Sage Publications Inc.. 9781412959636

Gleditsch, K. and Beardsley, KC., (2010). Core Problems in International Data Collection. In: The International Studies Encyclopedia. Editors: Denemark, RA., . Wiley Blackwell. 4705- 4725. 9781405152389

Albin, C., (2009). Peace vs. Justice — and Beyond. In: The SAGE Handbook of Conflict Resolution. SAGE Publications Ltd. 580- 594. 9781412921923

Skrede Gleditsch, K. and Ward, MD., (2008). Diffusion and the spread of democratic institutions. In: The Global Diffusion of Markets and Democracy. Cambridge University Press. 261- 302. 9780511755941

Gleditsch, K., (2008). Civil War, Yugoslavian. In: International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences: Volume 2: Cohabitation-Ethics in Experimentation. Editors: Darity, WA., Bonilla-Silva, E., Costanzo, P., Mason, PL., McClain, PD., Scott, D. and Singleton, T., . Macmillan Reference USA/Thomson Gale. 168- 169. 9780028659657

Gleditsch, K. and Salehyan, I., (2007). Civil wars and interstate disputes. In: Resources, Governance and Civil Conflict. Editors: �berg, M. and Str�m, K., . Routledge. 58- 76

Gleditsch, K. and Ward, MD., (2004). Globalization's Impact on Poverty, Inequality, Conflict and Democracy. In: Globalization and Its Outcomes. Editors: O'Loughlin, J., Staeheli, L. and Greenberg, E., . The Guilford Press. 159- 181. 159385045X

Conferences (10)

Gleditsch, KS., Cunningham, DE. and Salehyan, I., Trends in Civil War Data: Geography, Organizations, and Events

Gleditsch, KS., Cunningham, DE. and Salehyan, I., Non-state actors in civil war

Cunningham, DE., Skrede Gleditsch, K. and Salehyan, I., (2009). It Takes Two

Öberg, M., (2007). Resources, Governance and Civil Conflict

BECK, N., GLEDITSCH, KS. and BEARDSLEY, K., (2006). Space Is More than Geography: Using Spatial Econometrics in the Study of Political Economy

Gleditsch, K., (2004). A Revised List of Wars Between and Within Independent States, 1816-2002

Gleditsch, KS. and Beardsley, K., (2004). Nosy Neighbors

Gleditsch, KS. and Ward, MD., (2001). Measuring Space: A Minimum-Distance Database and Applications to International Studies

Ward, MD. and Gleditsch, KS., (1998). Democratizing for Peace

Gleditsch, KS. and Ward, MD., (1997). Double Take

Dataset (1)

Metternich, NW. and Gleditsch, KS., (2016).Forecasting in International Relations

Other (1)

Gleditsch, KS., (2013).Public Policy in an Uncertain World: Analysis and Decisions.. JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH. 50(6)

Grants and funding

2018

Business and Local Government Data Research Centre (BLG DRC)

Economic and Social Research Council

2017

Newton Fund: Fostering a partnership between Essex and Universidad del Rosario, Colombia

Higher Education Funding Council (Hefce)

2016

Explaining the Other Half: The Fall of Violent Crime in Mexico in the 1990s-2000s

The British Academy

Political, Economic, Social, and Legal Aspects of Hosting Migrants and Refugees

BRITISH COUNCIL

2014

Newton International Fellowship - Political Change through Contentious Action

The Royal Society

2013

Conflict, Strategies and Violence: An Actor-based Approach to Violent and Non-Violent Interactions

ERC (European Research Council)

2011

Conflict & Cooperation: UK and Japan

Economic & Social Research Council

Conflict & Cooperation: UK and Japan

Economic & Social Research Council

2008

Disaggregating Civil War

International Peace Research Institute Oslo

Contact

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