Stars, Wars, and Development (associated replication files, ado files) (note: this paper is an extended version of the working paper On the economic importance of the causes of long-run growth)
Fighting for Votes: Theory and Evidence from Burundi. Forthcoming in Economica.
Who Benefited from Burundi’s Demobilization Program?
With Olivia D’Aoust and Philip Verwimp
The World Bank Economic Review (2018), , 32(2), 357-382.
From Civil War to Electoral Violence. Evidence from Burundi.
With Andrea Colombo and Olivia D’Aoust
Economic Development and Cultural Change (2019), 67(2), 333-368.
Interest Rate in Savings Groups: Thrift or Threat?
With Maité le Polain, and Marthe Nyssens (2018)
World Development, 101, 162-172.
Who Benefits from Customary Justice? Rent seeking, Bribery and Criminality in sub-Saharan Africa.
With Olivia D’Aoust
Journal of African Economies (2016), 25(3), 439-467.
The Moral and Fiscal Implications of Antiretroviral Therapies for HIV in Africa.
With Sir Paul Collier
Oxford Economic Papers (2018), 70(2), 353-374.
Allocation of development assistance for health: is the predominance of national income justified?
With Max Roser, Mthuli Ncube, and Stefan Thewissen
Health Policy and Planning (2018), 33(suppl 1), i14-i23.
What Goes Wrong with the Allocation of Domestic and International Resources for HIV?
Health Economics (2018), 27(2), 320-332.
Rethinking international and domestic financing for HIV in low and middle income countries.
With Richard Manning
Development Policy Review (2018), 36(4), 433-444.
Financing the HIV response in sub-Saharan Africa from domestic sources: moving beyond a normative approach.
With Michelle Remme, Mariana Siapka, Mthuli Ncube, Charlotte Watts, and Anna Vassall
Social Science & Medicine (2016), 169, 66-76.
Natural Resources and the Spread of HIV/AIDS: Curse or Blessing?
Social Science & Medicine (2016), 150(2), 271-278.
From Death Sentence to Debt Sentence.
With Sir Paul Collier and Richard Manning
Finance & Development (IMF) (2015), 52(4), 28-31.
HIV/AIDS and Fatalism: Should Prevention Campaigns Disclose the Transmission Rate of HIV?
Journal of African Economies (2014), 23 (1), 53-104.
Why are Testing Rates so Low in Sub-Saharan Africa? Misconceptions and Strategic Behaviors.
Forum for Health Economics and Policy (2013), 16(1), 1-39.
What Does the “Terrorist” Label Really Do? Measuring and Explaining the Effects of the “Terrorist” and “Islamist” Categories.
With Stéphane Baele, Thibaut Slingeneyer, and Grégoire Lits
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (2019), 42(5), 520-540.
The Ethics of Security Research: An Ethics Framework for Contemporary Security Studies.
With Stéphane Baele, David Lewis, Anke Hoeffler, Sterck, and Thibaut Slingeneyer
International Studies Perspectives (2017), 19(2), 105-127.
Theorizing and Measuring Emotions in Conflict.
With Stéphane Baele and Elisabeth Meur
Journal of Conflict Resolution (2016), 60(4), 718-747.
Diagnosing the Securitisation of Immigration at the EU Level: A New Method for Stronger Empirical Claims.
With Stéphane Baele
Political Studies (2015), 63(5), 1120-1139.