Nils W. Metternich
Nils W. Metternich
Professor of Political Science, University College London
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Ethnicity, the state, and the duration of civil war
J Wucherpfennig, NW Metternich, LE Cederman, KS Gleditsch
World Politics 64 (1), 79-115, 2012
Learning from the past and stepping into the future: Toward a new generation of conflict prediction
MD Ward, NW Metternich, CL Dorff, M Gallop, FM Hollenbach, A Schultz, ...
International Studies Review 15 (4), 473-490, 2013
Antigovernment networks in civil conflicts: How network structures affect conflictual behavior
NW Metternich, C Dorff, M Gallop, S Weschle, MD Ward
American Journal of Political Science 57 (4), 892-911, 2013
Data and progress in peace and conflict research
KS Gleditsch, NW Metternich, A Ruggeri
Journal of Peace Research 51 (2), 301-314, 2014
Introduction: Forecasting in peace research
H Hegre, NW Metternich, HM Nygård, J Wucherpfennig
Journal of Peace Research 54 (2), 113-124, 2017
Expecting elections: Interventions, ethnic support, and the duration of civil wars
NW Metternich
Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (6), 909-937, 2011
Firewall? Or wall on fire? A unified framework of conflict contagion and the role of ethnic exclusion
NW Metternich, S Minhas, MD Ward
Journal of Conflict Resolution 61 (6), 1151-1173, 2017
Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end (but not always in that order): Predicting duration dynamics in a unified framework
D Chiba, NW Metternich, MD Ward
Political Science Research and Methods 3 (3), 515-541, 2015
Geographical models of crises: Evidence from ICEWS
MD Ward, NW Metternich, C Carrington, C Dorff, M Gallop, ...
2nd International Conference on Cross-Cultural Decision Making: Focus, 21-25, 2012
Multiple imputation using Gaussian copulas
FM Hollenbach, I Bojinov, S Minhas, NW Metternich, MD Ward, ...
Sociological Methods & Research 50 (3), 1259-1283, 2021
Born Weak, Growing Strong: Anti‐Government Protests as a Signal of Rebel Strength in the Context of Civil Wars
B Leventoğlu, NW Metternich
American Journal of Political Science 62 (3), 581-596, 2018
Mercenaries in civil wars, 1950-2000 [Söldner in Bürgerkriegen, 1950-2000]
S Chojnacki, N Metternich, J Münster
Discussion Papers, Research Unit: Market Processes and Governance, 2009
Where to fight? the spa tial dynamics of violence in areas of limited statehood
S Chojnacki, N Metternich
49th Annual ISAConvention, San Francisco 26, 30, 2008
The flight of white-collars: Civil conflict, availability of medical service providers and public health
A Kıbrıs, N Metternich
Social Science & Medicine 149, 93-103, 2016
Splitting it up: the spduration split-population duration regression package for time-varying covariates
A Beger, DW Hill, NW Metternich, S Minhas, MD Ward
The R Journal 9 (2), 474-486, 2017
Ethnic Coalitions and the Logic of Political Survival in Authoritarian Regimes
J Beiser-McGrath, NW Metternich
Comparative Political Studies, 0010414020920656, 2020
Drawback before the wave?: Protest decline during the Covid-19 pandemic
NW Metternich
SocArXiv, 2020
Institutional change we can believe in: democratization, commitment, and civil war recurrence
NW Metternich, J Wucherpfennig
Unpublished manuscript). Durham: Duke University, 2011
Event Data Project on Conflict and Security (EDACS) in Areas of Limited Statehood
S Chojnacki, N Metternich
Coding Manual Version 1, 2007
Strategic rebels: a spatial econometric approach to rebel fighting durations in civil wars
NW Metternich, J Wucherpfennig
International Interactions, 1-38, 2020
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