Matthias Basedau
TitleCited byYear
Resource curse or rentier peace? The ambiguous effects of oil wealth and oil dependence on violent conflict
M Basedau, J Lay
Journal of peace research 46 (6), 757-776, 2009
Measuring party institutionalization in developing countries: A new research instrument applied to 28 African political parties
M Basedau, A Stroh
GIGA Working Paper, 2008
Context matters-rethinking the resource curse in sub-Saharan Africa
M Basedau
GIGA working paper, 2005
Area studies, comparative area studies, and the study of politics: Context, substance, and methodological challenges
M Basedau, P Köllner
Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft 1 (1), 105-124, 2007
Bad religion? Religion, collective action, and the onset of armed conflict in developing countries
M Basedau, B Pfeiffer, J Vüllers
Journal of Conflict Resolution 60 (2), 226-255, 2016
Votes, money and violence: political parties and elections in Sub-Saharan Africa
M Basedau, G Erdmann, A Mehler
Nordiska Afrikainstitutet; Kwazulu-Natal Press, South Africa, 2007
A paradox of plenty? Rent distribution and political stability in oil states
M Basedau, W Lacher
GIGA working paper, 2006
Do religious factors impact armed conflict? Empirical evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
M Basedau, G Strüver, J Vüllers, T Wegenast
Terrorism and Political Violence 23 (5), 752-779, 2011
Ethnic party bans in Africa: an introduction
M Bogaards, M Basedau, C Hartmann
Democratization 17 (4), 599-617, 2010
Ethnicity and party preference in sub-Saharan Africa
M Basedau, G Erdmann, J Lay, A Stroh
Democratization 18 (2), 462-489, 2011
Resource Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa
M Basedau
GIGA-Hamburg, 2005
Why do some oil exporters experience civil war but others do not?: investigating the conditional effects of oil
M Basedau, T Richter
European Political Science Review 6 (4), 549-574, 2014
Erfolgsbedingungen von Demokratie im subsaharischen Afrika: ein systematischer Vergleich ausgewählter Länder
M Basedau
Springer-Verlag, 2013
Problems of categorizing and explaining party systems in Africa
G Erdmann, M Basedau
GIGA working paper, 2007
Ethnic fractionalization, natural resources and armed conflict
TC Wegenast, M Basedau
Conflict Management and Peace Science 31 (4), 432-457, 2014
How ethnic are African parties really? Evidence from four Francophone countries
M Basedau, A Stroh
International Political Science Review 33 (1), 5-24, 2012
Does discrimination breed grievances—and do grievances breed violence? New evidence from an analysis of religious minorities in developing countries
M Basedau, J Fox, JH Pierskalla, G Strüver, J Vüllers
Conflict Management and Peace Science 34 (3), 217-239, 2017
Factionalism in Political Parties: an analytical framework for comparative studies
P Köllner, M Basedau
GIGA Working Papers, 2005
Ethnic party bans in Africa: a research agenda
M Basedau, M Bogaards, C Hartmann, P Niesen
German Law Journal 8 (6), 617-634, 2007
Do party systems matter for democracy?
M Basedau
Votes, money and violence. Political parties and elections in Africa …, 2007
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