Journal articles

Håvard Hegre, Halvard Buhaug, Katherine V. Calvin, Jonas Nordkvelle, Stephanie T. Waldhoff, and Elisabeth Gilmore (2016:). Forecasting civil conflict along the shared socioeconomic pathways. Environmental Research Letters 11(5)054002.

Wig, Tore; Håvard Hegre & Patrick M. Regan (2015). Updated Data on Institutions and Elections 1960–2012: Presenting the IAEP Dataset Version 2.0Research and Politics. DOI: 10.1177/2053168015579120.

Hegre, Håvard (2014). Democracy and Armed Conflict. Journal of Peace Research 51(2): 159-172. Pre-publication version.

Hegre, Håvard; & Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv (2015). Governance and Conflict Relapse. Journal of Conflict Resolution 59(6): 984-1016. Pre-publication version.

Hegre, Håvard; Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv; Strand, Håvard; Urdal, Henrik; & Karlsen, Joakim (2013). Predicting Armed Conflict, 2010-2050. International Studies Quarterly 57(2): 250–270.

Hegre, Håvard (2013). Peace on Earth? The Future of Internal Armed Conflict. Significance Magazine 10(1): 4-8.

Gates, Scott; Hegre, Håvard; Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv; & Strand, Håvard (2012). Development Consequences of Armed Conflict. World Development 40(9): 1713–1722.

Hegre, Håvard; Hultman, Lisa; & Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv (2011). Simulating the Effect of Peacekeeping Operations 2010–2035. In John Salerno, Shanchieh Jay Yang, Dana Nau & Sun-Ki Chai (eds.): Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling and Prediction. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6589, pp. 325-334. Pre-publication version.

Hegre, Håvard; Oneal, John R.; & Russett, Bruce M. (2010). Trade Does Promote Peace: New Simultaneous Estimates of the Reciprocal Effects of Trade and Conflict. Journal of Peace Research 47(6): 763–774.

Raleigh, Clionadh; Linke, Andrew; Hegre, Håvard; & Karlsen, Joakim (2010). Introducing ACLED: An Armed Conflict Location and Event Dataset: Special Data Feature. Journal of Peace Research 47(5): 651–660.

Buhaug, Halvard; Gates, Scott; Hegre, Håvard; Strand, Håvard; & Urdal, Henrik (2009). Nils Petter Gleditsch: A Lifetime Achiever. European Political Science 8(1): 79–89.

Raleigh, Clionadh; & Hegre, Håvard (2009). Population Size, Concentration, and Civil War: A Geographically Disaggregated Analysis. Political Geography 28(4): 224–238.

Hegre, Håvard (2009). Trade Dependence or Size Dependence?: The Gravity Model of Trade and the Liberal Peace. Conflict Management and Peace Science 26(1): 26–45.

Østby, Gudrun; Raleigh, Clionadh; & Hegre, Håvard (2009). Poverty and Civil War Events: A Disaggregated Study of Liberia. Journal of Conflict Resolution 53(4): 598–623.

Hegre, Håvard (2008). Gravitating Toward War. Preponderance May Pacify, but Power Kills. Journal of Conflict Resolution 52(4): 566–589.

Hegre, Håvard (2008). Polarization and Interstate Conflict. Journal of Peace Research 45(2): 261–282.

Elbadawi, Ibrahim; Milante, Gary; & Hegre, Håvard (2008). Introduction: The Aftermath of Civil War. Journal of Peace Research 45(4): 451–459.

Elbadawi, Ibrahim; & Hegre, Håvard (2008). Globalization, Economic Shocks, and Internal Armed Conflict. Defence and Peace Economics 19(1): 37–60.

Hegre, Håvard (2008). Replikk til Elster [Reply to Elster]. Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift 25(4): 397–398.

Hegre, Håvard (2008). Elster på tomgang [Elster on Autopilot]. Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift 25(1): 90–93.

Sambanis, Nicholas; & Hegre, Håvard (2006). Sensitivity Analysis of the Empirical Literature on Civil War Onset. Journal of Conflict Resolution 50(4): 508–535.

Gleditsch, Nils Petter; Furlong, Kathryn; Hegre, Håvard; Lacina, Bethany Ann; & Owen, Taylor (2006). Conflicts over Shared Rivers: Resource Wars or Fuzzy Boundaries?. Political Geography 25(4): 361–382.

Furlong, Kathryn; Gleditsch, Nils Petter; & Hegre, Håvard (2006). Geographic Opportunity and Neomalthusian Willingness: Boundaries, Shared Rivers, and Conflict. International Interactions 32(1): 79–108.

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.

Hegre, Håvard (2005). Identifying How Trade Matters in Empirical Studies of Interstate Conflict. Conflict Management and Peace Science 22(3): 217–224.

Hegre, Håvard (2005). Identifying How Trade Matters: A Response to Gartzke and Li. Conflict Management and Peace Science 22(3): 235–237.

Hegre, Håvard (2004). Size Asymmetry, Trade, and Militarized Conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution 48(3): 403–429.

Hegre, Håvard (2004). The Duration and Termination of Civil War [Introduction]. Journal of Peace Research 41(3): 243–252.

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 (2002). Trade Decreases Conflict More in Multi-Actor Systems: A Comment on Dorussen. Journal of Peace Research 39(1): 109–114.

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.

Toset, Hans Petter Wollebæk; Gleditsch, Nils Petter; & Hegre, Håvard (2000). Shared Rivers and Interstate Conflict. Political Geography 19(8): 971–996.

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 (1999). Evolution in Democracy-War Dynamics. Journal of Conflict Resolution 43(6): 771–792.

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.

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