Sabine Carey is speaking on publishing in peer-reviewed journals at a training programme for female junior scholars, organised by the "Mentoring und Training Programm" of the Landeskonferenz der Gleichstellungsbeauftragten an den Wissenschaftlichen Hochschulen Baden-Württembergs. The event takes place at the University of Mannheim on October 24, 2016.
Sabine Carey participates in the conference on "The political economy of state repression" at Princeton University, October 21-22, 2016. The conference is organized by Laia Balcells (Duke University) and Carles Boix (Princeton University). She will present the joint project with Anita Gohdes on institutional determinants of journalist killings.
Sabine Carey participates in a workshop on "The impact of intra-war processes on post-conflict outcomes" at South Bend, Indiana, October 20, 2016, in conjunction with the 2016 Meeting of the Peace Science Society.
New paper online, currently under review at the Oxford Research Encyclopaedia, where we review why governments use militias in civil wars, whether they are effective and how they influence the aftermath of conflict.
Sabine Carey and Anita Gohdes attended a workshop on "The Political Economy of Inequality and Conflict", at the University of Konstanz, July 16-17, 2015. They presented their joint paper: 'Canaries in a Coal-mine? Predicting changes in state repression with treatment of the press'.
Anita Gohdes will participating in the upcoming 5th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association (EPSA) in the following roles:
- Presenting the paper “Canaries in a Coal-mine? Predicting Changes in State Repression with Treatment of the Press” (with Sabine Carey)
- Discussant on the panel “Dictators and the Media”
Sabine Carey will be giving a talk on “Why Governments Use Militias in their Own Countries” at the Meeting of Scholarship Holders of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), on the 9th of May 2015. The talk is part of the DAAD meeting “Wachsende Weltbevölkerung und demographischer Wandel – Herausforderungen für Wirtschaft, Politik und Gesellschaft”, which will take place from the 8th to the 10th of May 2015 at the University of Mannheim.
The paper “Governments, Informal Links to Militias, and Accountability” by Sabine Carey, Michael Colaresi and Neil Mitchell has been published in a special issue on militia groups in the Journal of Conflict Resolution. You can access the article here. An ungated version of the paper is available here.
Read more about the Pro-Government Militia Project.