Addresses topics of political conflict/violence through the application of innovative and rigorous evidenced-based research.
Understanding how diverse forms of political conflict and violence influence various key political and economic outcomes.
A repository of detailed election results at the constituency level for legislative elections from around the world.
Statistical methods used to determine whether the results of an election accurately reflect citizens’ voting behavior.
Leveraging election observer missions and local election results to inform the challenges of building sustainable peace in Africa.
Improving understanding of how and why conflicts escalate.
Understanding of the types of social assets that can advance productive uses of renewable energy in rural Tanzania
Examing the political consequences of Hurricane Harvey by studying migration patterns and their political and economic consequences.
Design provisions of international law matter, and, when chosen correctly, help states confront harsh international political realities and thereby increase the incidence and robustness of international cooperation.
By designing and administering the first panel survey of a large, representative sample of Puerto Ricans living on the island, the Puerto Rico Public Opinion Lab (PR-POL) is a project that will amplify the voice and political representation of people living in Puerto Rico.
A new approach to conceptualizing and measuring democracy.
A global network of social scientists who are analyzing the basic values and beliefs of people throughout the world.
A repository of micro-level, subnational event data on armed conflict and contention around the world.