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The Political Economy of Peace and Security research group analyses a wide range of conflicts, conflict resolution and institutional design for positive peace.
Our current research areas include:
Senior Lecturer in Political Economy
Professor of Economics
Professor of Political Economy
Reader in Politics
Reader in Political Economy
Senior Lecturer in International Politics
Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics
Professor in Political Economy
Lecturer in Economics
Political Economy of Peace and Security Research Group publishes widely across a range of leading international peer reviewed journals.
Vote and Voice: An experiment on the effects of inclusive governance rules
01 January 2020
The effect of alternation in power on electoral intimidation in democratizing regimes
07 October 2019
Governance under the shadow of the law:: Trading high-value fine art
05 August 2019
Preferences, Preference Formation and Position Taking in a Eurozone Out: Lessons from the United Kingdom
10 June 2019
Employee referral, social proximity and worker discipline: theory and suggestive evidence from India
24 April 2019
Measuring ambiguity preferences: A new ambiguity preference survey module
22 April 2019
'Two Accounts of the Relation between Political Economy and Economics (and Why it Matters Which is Right)"
01 January 2020
Kidnap: Inside the Ransom Business
07 February 2019
The International Rule of Law
14 January 2019
Deploying a Shareholder Rights Management System onto a Distributed Ledger
01 January 2019
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Dr Gabriel Leon is the co-ordinator for the Political Economy of Peace and Security research group.
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