Predicting Civil Conflicts: On the Utility of Empirical Research (WP presented at Conference on Disaggregating the Study of Civil War and Transnational Violence 2005)

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Michael D. Ward, Kristin Bakke Predicting Civil Conflicts: On the Utility of Empirical Research WP presented at Conference on Disaggregating the Study of Civil War and Transnational Violence 2005 - - - -

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Paul Collier, Anke Hoeffler Greed and grievance in civil war Oxford Economic Papers 2004 4 563–95 - - - - - - -

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The working paper was later published with an additional author and less focus on the replications as The perils of policy by p-value: Predicting civil conflicts, Journal of Peace Research 47(4), 363–75, Michael D Ward, Brian D Greenhill, Kristin M Bakke. DOI: 10.1177/0022343309356491 IDEAS/RePEc: a/sae/joupea/v47y2010i4p363-375.html EconPapers: RePEc:sae:joupea:v:47:y:2010:i:4:p:363-375