Tim Wegenast
Tim Wegenast
Interim Professor, University of Konstanz
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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 fractionalization, natural resources and armed conflict
TC Wegenast, M Basedau
Conflict Management and Peace Science 31 (4), 432-457, 2014
Cana, café, cacau: agrarian structure and educational inequalities in Brazil
T Wegenast
Revista de Historia Economica-Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic …, 2010
Ownership matters: Natural resources property rights and social conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa
T Wegenast, G Schneider
Political Geography 61, 110-122, 2017
Mining, Rural Livelihoods and Food Security: A Disaggregated Analysis of Sub-Saharan Africa
T Wegenast, J Beck
World Development 130 (104921), 2020
At Africa’s expense? Disaggregating the employment effects of Chinese mining operations in sub-Saharan Africa
T Wegenast, M Krauser, G Strüver, J Giesen
World Development 118, 39-51, 2019
Oil and diamonds as causes of civil war in Sub-Saharan Africa: under what conditions?
M Basedau, TC Wegenast
Colombia Internacional, 35-59, 2009
The legacy of landlords: educational distribution and development in a comparative perspective
T Wegenast
Zeitschrift für vergleichende Politikwissenschaft 3 (1), 81-107, 2009
Opening Pandora’s box? Inclusive institutions and the onset of internal conflict in oil-rich countries
T Wegenast
International Political Science Review 34 (4), 392-410, 2013
Oil, Natural Gas, and Intrastate Conflict: Does Ownership Matter?
T Wegenast
International Interactions 42 (1), 31-55, 2016
The Hard Power of Natural Resources: Oil and the Outbreak of Militarized Interstate Disputes
G Strüver, T Wegenast
Foreign Policy Analysis 14 (1), 86-106, 2018
At Africa's Expense? Disaggregating the Social Impact of Chinese Mining Operations
T Wegenast, G Strüver, J Giesen, M Krauser
GIGA Working paper, 2017
Uninformed voters for sale: Electoral competition, information and interest groups in the US
T Wegenast
Kyklos 63 (2), 271-300, 2010
Do religious factors impact armed conflict
M Basedau, G Strüver, J Vüllers, T Wegenast
German Institute of Global And Area Studies, 2011
Of Latifundia and Coronéis: Agrarian structure and educational inequalities in Brazil
T Wegenast
Mini-Conference A Comparative Approach to Inequality and Development: Latin …, 2009
Temperatures, food riots, and adaptation: A long-term historical analysis of England
A De Juan, T Wegenast
Journal of peace research 57 (2), 265-280, 2020
A gendered resource curse? Mineral ownership, female unemployment and domestic violence in Sub-Saharan Africa
M Krauser, T Wegenast, G Schneider, I Hess Elgersma
Zeitschrift für Friedens-und Konfliktforschung 8 (2), 213-237, 2019
The micro-foundations of the resource curse: Mineral ownership and local economic well-being in Sub-Saharan Africa
T Wegenast, AA Khanna, G Schneider
International Studies Quarterly 64 (3), 530-543, 2020
The Impact of fuel ownership on intrastate violence
T Wegenast
GIGA Working Papers, 2013
The micro-foundations of the resource curse: oil ownership and local economic well-being in sub-saharan africa
T Wegenast, A Khanna, G Schneider
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