Felix Haaß

Research Data for: Insurgency and Ivory: The Territorial Origins of Illicit Resource Extraction in Civil Conflicts


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    Research Data for Article: Haass, Felix (2020), Insurgency and Ivory: The Territorial Origins of Illicit Resource Extraction in Civil Conflicts, in: Comparative Political Studies, 1-35, https://doi.org/10.1177/0010414020957682.

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    Dr. Felix Haaß

    Formerly Research Fellow

    T. +49 (0)40 - 428 25-757felix.haass@giga-hamburg.de

    Comparative Political Studies | 07/2021

    Insurgency and Ivory: The Territorial Origins of Illicit Resource Extraction in Civil Conflicts

    The presence of natural resources makes civil conflicts more likely to erupt, last longer, and more difficult to end. Yet rebels do not always exploit resources wherever they are present. Why? The author argues that rebels extract more resources when they compete with governments over territorial authority.

    Dr. Felix Haaß

    Formerly Research Fellow

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