Peer-Reviewed Articles

Wegenast, Tim, Cécile Richetta, Mario Krauser and Alexander Leibik. 2022. Grabbed Trust? The Impact of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions on Social Trust in sub-Saharan Africa. World Development 159: 106038.

Wegenast, Tim, Arpita Khanna and Gerald Schneider. 2020. The Micro-Foundations of the Resource Curse: Mineral Ownership and Local Economic Well-Being in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Studies Quarterly 64(3): 530–543.

Krauser, Mario, Gerald Schneider and Tim Wegenast. 2020. Moving from Norms Rhetorics to Norms Empirics: A Rejoinder to ‚Local Gender Norms: Persistence or Change?‘ by Clara Neupert-Wentz. Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung 9: 455–462.

Wegenast, Tim and Jule Beck. 2020. Mining, Rural Livelihoods and Food Security: A Disaggregated Analysis of Sub- Saharan Africa. World Development 130: 104921.

De Juan, Alexander and Tim Wegenast. 2020. Climate, Food Riots and Adaptation: A Long-Term Historical Analysis of England. Journal of Peace Research 57(2): 265–280.

Krauser, Mario, Tim Wegenast, Gerald Schneider and Ingeborg Elgersma. 2019.  A Gendered Resource Curse? Mineral Ownership, Female Unemployment and Domestic Violence in Sub-Saharan Africa. Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konflitktforschung 8: 213–237.

Wegenast, Tim, Mario Krauser, Georg Strüver and Juliane Giesen. 2019. At Africa’s Expense? Disaggregating the Employment Effects of Chinese Mining Operations in Sub-Saharan Africa. World Development, 118: 39–51.

Strüver, Georg and Tim Wegenast. 2018. The Hard Power of Natural Resources: Oil and the Outbreak of Militarized Interstate Disputes. Foreign Policy Analysis, 14(1): 86–106.

Wegenast, Tim and Gerald Schneider. 2017. Ownership Matters: Natural Resources Property Rights and Social Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa. Political Geography, 61: 110–122.

Wegenast, Tim. 2016. Oil, Natural Gas, and Intrastate Conflict: Does Ownership Matter? International Interactions, 42(1): 31–55.

Wegenast, Tim and Matthias Basedau. 2014. Ethnic Fractionalization, Natural Resources and Armed Conflict. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 31(4): 432–457.

Wegenast, Tim. 2013. Opening Pandora’s Box? Inclusive Institutions and the Onset of Internal Conflict in Oil-Rich Countries. International Political Science Review, 34(4) 392–410.

Basedau, Matthias, Johannes Vüllers, Georg Strüver and Tim Wegenast. 2011. Do Religious Factors Impact Armed Conflict? Empirical Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa. Terrorism and Political Violence, 23(5): 752–779.

Wegenast, Tim. 2010. Uninformed Voters for Sale: Electoral Competition, Information and Interest Groups in the US. Kyklos, 63(2): 271–300.

Wegenast, Tim. 2010. Cana, Café, Cacau: Agrarian Structure and Education in Brazil. Revista de Historia Económica – Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 28(1): 103–137.

Wegenast, Tim. 2009. The Legacy of Landlords: Educational Distribution and Development in a Comparative Perspective. Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft – Comparative Governance and Politics, 3(1): 81–107.

Basedau, Matthias and Tim Wegenast. 2009. Oil and Diamonds as Causes of Civil War in Sub-Saharan Africa: Under what Conditions? Colombia Internacional, 70: 35–59.

Book Chapters

Basedau, Matthias and Tim Wegenast. 2010. Quando le risorse generano violenza. Lo studio dei contesti per analizzare il nesso risorse-violenza nell’ Africa sub-Sahariana, in: Costalli, Stefano/ Moro, Francesco N. (Eds.), La guerra nello Stato, Milano: Vita e Pensiero, pp. 75-104.