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Strategic Mass Killings

AuthorsEsteban, Joan ; Morelli, Massimo; Rohner, Dominic
Issue Date14-Sep-2015
PublisherUniversity of Chicago Press
CitationJournal of Political Economy 123(5): 1087-1132 (2015)
AbstractWe provide a model of conflict and mass killing decisions to identify the key variables and situations that make mass killings more likely to occur. We predict that mass killings are most likely in countries with large amounts of natural resource rents, polarization, institutional constraints regarding rent sharing, and low productivity of labor. The role of resources such as oil, gas, and diamonds and other key determinants of mass killings is confirmed by our empirical results based on countrylevel as well as ethnic group–level analysis
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