Research

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Articles (Published/Forthcoming/Conditionally Accepted)

Schubiger, Livia. “One for All? State Violence and Insurgent Cohesion.” Featured in the Monkey Cage (Washington Post), Conditionally accepted at International Organization.

Schubiger, Livia. “State Violence and Wartime Civilian Agency: Evidence from Peru.” In Press, Journal of Politics.

Osorio, Javier, Livia Schubiger and Michael Weintraub. “Legacies of Resistance: Mobilization against Organized Crime in Mexico.” Comparative Political Studies, 2021, 54(9): 1565-1596.

Dill, Janina and Livia Schubiger. “Attitudes Toward the Use of Force: Instrumental Imperatives, Moral Principles and International Law.” American Journal of Political Science, 2021, 65(3): 612-633.

Fjelde, Hanne, Lisa Hultman, Livia Schubiger, Lars-Erik Cederman, Simon Hug and Margareta Sollenberg. “Introducing the Ethnic One-Sided Violence Dataset.”  Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2021, 38(1): 109-126.

Cederman, Lars-Erik, Simon Hug, Livia Schubiger and Francisco Villamil. “Civilian Victimization and Ethnic Civil War.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2020, 64(7-8): 1199-1225.

Steele, Abbey and Livia Schubiger. “Democracy and Civil War: The Case of Colombia.”  Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2018, 35(6): 587-600.

Osorio, Javier, Livia Schubiger and Michael Weintraub. “Disappearing Dissent? Repression and State Consolidation in Mexico.”  Journal of Peace Research, 2018, 55(2): 252-266.

Gleditsch, Kristian, Simon Hug, Livia Schubiger and Julian Wucherpfennig. “International Conventions and Non-State Actors: Selection, Signaling and Reputation Effects.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2018, 62(2): 346-380.

Schubiger, Livia and Matt Zelina. “Ideology in Armed Groups.” Symposium on Emotions and Ideologies in Violent Political Mobilization, PS: Political Science & Politics, 2017, 50(4): 948-952.

Jentzsch, Corinna, Stathis Kalyvas and Livia Schubiger. “Militias in Civil Wars.” Introduction to Special Issue on Militias in Civil Wars, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2015, 59(5): 755-769.

Special Journal Issue

Special Issue on “Militias in Civil Wars” (co-editor, with Corinna Jentzsch and Stathis N. Kalyvas), Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2015, 59(5).

Book Chapters

Schubiger, Livia and David Sulmont. “Civil Wars and their Consequences: The Peruvian Armed Conflict in Comparative Perspective.” In: Soifer, H. D., & Vergara, A. (eds.). Politics After Violence: Legacies of the Shining Path Conflict in Peru. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press. 2019.

Book Project

“State Violence and Wartime Collective Action” (proposal accepted; manuscript in progress).

Selected Research in Progress

Dill, Janina and Livia Schubiger. “The Consent of the Intervened: Moral Intuitions About Other-Defense and U.S. Support for Military Intervention Abroad.” Pre-Analysis Plan.

Osorio, Javier, Livia Schubiger and Michael Weintraub. “Vigiliante Mobilization and Local Order: Evidence from Mexico.” Winner of the MPSA Best Paper by Emerging Scholar(s) Award. Working Paper.

De Bruin, Erica, Livia Schubiger and Michael Weintraub. “Armed Group Governance and Legitimacy Under Competition.” Pre-Analysis Plan.

Hug, Simon and Livia Schubiger. “Civilian Victimization and Forced Recruitment.” Working Paper.

Field, Erica, Ursula Aldana, Javier Romero Haaker and Livia Schubiger. “Training Local Leaders to Prevent and Reduce Gender-Based Violence Against Women: Experimental Evidence from Peru.” Research in Progress.

De Marchi, Scott, Spencer Dorsey, Emily Myers and Livia Schubiger. “Mobilization for Equality: Norm Change and Backlash.” Research in Progress.

Dow, David, Diego Romero and Livia Schubiger. “More than Words? The Politics of Reducing Gender-Based Violence.” Research in Progress.