The Stuart A. Bremer graduate travel award
The Stuart A. Bremer Travel Award seeks to enhance the exchange of scientific findings between young European and American Peace Scientists. Each year one European graduate scholar will be invited to attend the North American conference of the Peace Science Society (International) and one US graduate scholar will be funded to attend the Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference.
Annekatrin Deglow, Uppsala University
Paper awarded: Localized legacies of civil war: Post-war violent crime in Northern Ireland
Achim Ahrens, Spatial Economics and Econometrics Centre (SEEC), Heriot-Watt University
Paper awarded: Conflict in Africa: Climate, Economic Shocks and Spill-Over Effects
Travers Barclay Child, Tinbergen Institute
Paper awarded: Reconstruction and Insurgency: The Importance of Sector in Afghanistan
Allard Duursma, University of Oxford
Paper awarded: African Solutions to African Challenges: Explaining the Role of Legitimacy in Mediating African Civil Wars
(Supported also by the Emerald series Contributions to Conflict Management, Peace Economics and Development )
Sebastian Schutte, ETH Zurich
Paper awarded: Reactive Loyalties in Civil Wars
Roos Van der Haer, University of Konstanz, and Lilli Banholzer, University of Konstanz.
Paper awarded: The Creation of Committed Combatants
Patrick Domingues, CES Maison des Sciences Economiques, Paris.
Paper awarded: The Health Consequences of Mozambican Civil War: an Anthropometric Approach
Andreas Forø Tollefsen, PRIO.
Paper awarded: Predictive Probabilistic Modeling of Conflicts using Geographical Information Systems
Nils B. Weidmann. ETH, Zurich.
Paper awarded: Violence and the Changing Ethnic Map: The Endogeneity of Territory and Conflict in Bosnia
Paper awarded: War with Outsiders Makes Peace Inside (joint with Klaas Staal)
Dominic Rohner. University of Cambridge.
Paper awarded: Information, Reputation, and Ethnic Conflict
Desireé Nilsson, Uppsala University.
Paper awarded: Signing and Sticking to Peace?
Raul Caruso, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart.
Paper awarded: A Trade Institution as a Peaceful Institution?