Koos, Carlo. 2018. “Decay or Resilience? The Long-Term Social Consequences of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in Sierra Leone.” World Politics. 70 (2): 194-238. Replication Files and Online Appendix.
Koos, Carlo. 2017. “A Taste for Rebellion: Which Grievances Make People Support Violence against the State? Survey Evidence from the Niger Delta.” International Interactions. 44 (3): 437-462. Replication Files. Free Copies
Koos, Carlo. 2017. “Sexual Violence in Armed Conflicts: Research Progress and Remaining Gaps.” Third World Quarterly. 38 (9): 1935-1951. Free Copies
Koos, Carlo. 2016. “Does Violence Pay? The Effect of Ethnic Rebellion on Overcoming Political Deprivation.” Conﬂict Management and Peace Science. 33 (1): 3-24.
Koos, Carlo and Jan Pierskalla. 2016. “The Effects of Oil Production and Ethnic Representation on Violent Conflict in Nigeria: A Mixed-Method Approach.” Terrorism and Political Violence. 28 (5): 888-911.
Basedau, Matthias and Carlo Koos. 2015. “When Do Religious Leaders Support Faith-Based Violence? Evidence from a Survey Poll in Juba in South Sudan.” Political Research Quarterly. 68 (4): 760-772.
Koos, Carlo. 2014. “Why and How Civil Defense Militias Emerge: The Case of the Arrow Boys in South Sudan.” Studies in Conﬂict & Terrorism. 37 (12): 1039-1057.
Koos, Carlo and Matthias Basedau. 2013. “Does Uranium Mining Increase Civil Conflict Risk? Evidence from a Spatiotemporal Analysis of Africa from 1960 to 2008.” Civil Wars. 15 (3): 306-331.
Work in Progress
“Polygyny, Excess Men and Inter-Ethnic Conflict in Africa,” with Clara Neupert-Wentz, under review.
“The Effect of Female Politicians on Public Outcomes,” work in progress.
“Measuring Sexual Violence? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in eastern Congo,” work in progress.
“The Social Consequences of Wartime Rape in eastern Congo: Uncovering the Mechanisms,” work in progress.