Håvard Hegre focuses on Democracy, Development economics, Autocracy, Spanish Civil War and Capitalist peace. His work in the fields of Democracy, such as Dictatorship, intersects with other areas such as Duration. His research in Development economics intersects with topics in Conflict resolution, Civil Conflict, Decolonization and Militarization.
His Autocracy study deals with the bigger picture of Politics. In the subject of general Politics, his work in Political culture, Democratization and Regime change is often linked to Socioeconomic status, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Spanish Civil War research includes themes of Armed conflict and State.
His main research concerns Democracy, Political economy, Spanish Civil War, Development economics and Armed conflict. His work is connected to Democratization and Autocracy, as a part of Democracy. His Political economy study combines topics in areas such as State, Conflict resolution research and Corruption.
His Spanish Civil War research integrates issues from Internal conflict, Ethnic group and Conflict resolution. His work in Development economics addresses issues such as Civil Conflict, which are connected to fields such as Socioeconomic development, Peer review and Climate change. He interconnects Political violence, Criminology and Economic geography in the investigation of issues within Armed conflict.
Armed conflict, Democracy, Political violence, Early warning system and Development economics are his primary areas of study. His study connects Political economy and Armed conflict. Håvard Hegre merges many fields, such as Democracy and Constraint, in his writings.
His Political violence study overlaps with Weighting, Training, Ensemble forecasting and Injury prevention. Throughout his Early warning system studies, Håvard Hegre incorporates elements of other sciences such as Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics, Criminology and Occupational safety and health. His study in Development economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic system, Politics and Democratization.
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Breaking the Conflict Trap: Civil War and Development Policy
Paul Collier;V. L. Elliott;Håvard Hegre;Anke Hoeffler.
Trade does promote peace: New simultaneous estimates of the reciprocal effects of trade and conflict:
Håvard Hegre;John R Oneal;Bruce Russett.
Journal of Peace Research (2010)
One effect to rule them all? A comment on climate and conflict
H. Buhaug;H. Buhaug;J. Nordkvelle;T. Bernauer;T. Böhmelt.
Climatic Change (2014)
How the Wealth of Nations Conditions the Liberal Peace
Michael Mousseau;Håvard Hegre;John R. O'neal.
European Journal of International Relations (2003)
Evolution in Democracy-War Dynamics
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell;Scott Gates;Håvard Hegre.
Journal of Conflict Resolution (1999)
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