Papers listed here look into the democratic peace at the interstate and intrastate level – how democratic institutions affect the risk of interstate and internal armed conflict. Some papers also look into democratization and democratic stability as well as how the democratic peace is related to socio-economic development.
Dahl, Marianne; Scott Gates, Håvard Hegre, and Håvard Strand (2013). Why Waves? Global Patterns of Democratization, 1820–2008. Typescript, PRIO.
Hegre, Håvard; & Martin Austvoll Nome (2010). Democracy, development, and armed conflict. Paper presented to the 2010 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC, September 2–5.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Hegre, Håvard; & Strand, Håvard (2009). ‘Democracy and Civil War’, pp. 155-192 in Midlarsky, Manus I (ed.): Handbook of War Studies III. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Pre-publication version.
Hegre, Håvard; & Fjelde, Hanne (2009). ‘Democratization and Post-Conflict Transitions’, pp. 79-90 in Hewitt, J. Joseph; Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; & Gurr, Ted Robert (eds.): Peace and Conflict 2010. London: Paradigm Publishers.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Christiansen, Lene Siljeholm; & Hegre, Håvard (2007). Democratic Jihad? Military Intervention and Democracy. World Bank, Washington, DC.
Sambanis, Nicholas; & Hegre, Håvard (2006). Sensitivity Analysis of the Empirical Literature on Civil War Onset. Journal of Conflict Resolution 50(4): 508–535.
Gates, Scott; Hegre, Håvard; Jones, Mark P.; & Strand, Håvard (2006). Institutional Inconsistency and Political Instability: Polity Duration, 1800-2000. American Journal of Political Science 50(4): 893–908.
Hegre, Håvard (2005). Development and the Liberal Peace. Nordic Journal of Political Economy 31(1): 17–46.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter; & Hegre, Håvard (2004). ‘Fred og demokrati’ [Peace and Democracy], Ch. 16 in Rasch, Bjørn Erik; & Midgaard, Knut (eds.): Demokrati: Vilkår og virkninger [Democracy: Conditions and Consequences]. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget.
Hegre, Håvard (2003). DemocracyDevelopmentConflict. Working paper, World Bank/PRIO.
Mousseau, Michael; Hegre, Håvard; & Oneal, John R. (2003). How the Wealth of Nations Conditions the Liberal Peace. European Journal of International Relations 9(2): 277–314.
Hegre, Håvard; Ellingsen, Tanja; Gates, Scott; & Gleditsch, Nils Petter (2001). Toward a Democratic Civil Peace? Democracy, Political Change and Civil War 1816–1992. American Political Science Review 95(1): 33–48.
Gates, Scott; Gleditsch, Nils Petter; & Håvard Hegre (2001). ‘Democracy and Civil Conflict after the Cold War’, pp. 185-194 in Berg-Schlosser, Dirk; & Vetik, Raivo (eds.): Perspectives on Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe. Boulder: East European Monographs.
Hegre, Håvard (2000). Development and the Liberal Peace: What Does it Take to be a Trading State?. Journal of Peace Research 37(1): 5–30.
Mitchell, Sara McLaughlin; Gates, Scott; Hegre, Håvard; Gissinger, Ranveig; & Gleditsch, Nils Petter (1998). Timing the Changes in Political Structures: A New Polity Database. Journal of Conflict Resolution 42(2): 231–242.
Raknerud, Arvid; & Hegre, Håvard (1997). The Hazard of War. Reassessing the Evidence of the Democratic Peace. Journal of Peace Research 34(4): 385–404.
Gleditsch, Nils Petter; & Hegre, Håvard (1997). Peace and Democracy: Three Levels of Analysis. Journal of Conflict Resolution 41(2): 283–310.