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Quantitative History Webinar Series - Borderline Disorder: (De facto) Historical Ethnic Borders and Contemporary Conflict in Africa

Quantitative History Webinar Series - Borderline Disorder: (De facto) Historical Ethnic Borders and Contemporary Conflict in Africa

Ömer Özak and his coauthor explore the effect of historical ethnic borders on contemporary non-civil conflict in Africa. In this Quantitative History Webinar, Ömer will share their findings and explain in great detail the key underlying mechanisms: competition for agricultural land, population pressure, cultural similarity and weak property rights.

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 Asia Global Institute

 29th September, 2020

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