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Dominic Rohner

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Director, Full Professor
Department of Economics


Contact
Dominic.Rohner@unil.ch
Internef, room 555
Tel 021.692.34.79

Postal address
Université de Lausanne
Quartier UNIL-Chamberonne
Bâtiment Internef
1015 Lausanne

Teaching

bachelor Economie politique I
Related programmes
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Economics
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Management
Bachelor (BSc) in Economic Sciences

Assistants

Alice Antunes
alice.antunes@unil.ch
Tel: (021 692) 35 76
Room: NEF 554

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  Nikita Brunner
nikita.brunner@unil.ch



 
Eleonore Geny
eleonore.geny@unil.ch



  Benoit Hayman
Benoit.Hayman@unil.ch



 
Ardit Kokollari
Ardit.Kokollari@unil.ch



  Andrea Marcucci
ANDREA.MARCUCCI@UNIL.CH



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Maude Rebetez
maude.rebetez@unil.ch



  Alessandro Saia
alessandro.saia@unil.ch
Tel: (021 692) 33 36
Room: NEF 540.1

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Nicolas Sourisseau
Nicolas.Sourisseau@unil.ch



  Nicolas Willle
Nicolas.Wille@unil.ch



 

Publications

24 last publications ordered by: publication type  -  year

: Peer Reviewed

Articles

Lind J. T. , Rohner D. (in press). Knowledge is Power: A Theory of Information, Income and Welfare Spending. Economica. Peer Reviewed


Mueller H. , Rohner D. (2018). Can power-sharing foster peace? Evidence from Northern Ireland*. Economic Policy, 33, 447-484. Peer Reviewed


Berman N., Couttenier M., Rohner D. ; Thoenig M. (2017). This mine is mine! How minerals fuel conflicts in Africa. American Economic Review, 107, 1564-1610. Peer Reviewed


Koenig M., Rohner D., Thoenig M. ; Zilibotti F. (2017). Networks in Conflict: Theory and Evidence from the Great War of Africa. Econometrica, 85, 1093–1132. Peer Reviewed


Rohner D. (2017). The Economics of Conflict and Peace. Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 1-11. Peer Reviewed


Caselli F., Morelli M. ; Rohner D. (2015). The Geography of Inter-State Resource Wars. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 130, 267-315. Peer Reviewed


Esteban J., Morelli M. ; Rohner D. (2015). Strategic Mass Killings. Journal of Political Economy, 123, 1087-1132. Peer Reviewed


Morelli M. , Rohner D. (2015). Resource Concentration and Civil Wars. Journal of Development Economics, 117, 32-47. Peer Reviewed


Hodler R., Loertscher S. ; Rohner D. (2014). Persuasion, binary choice, and the costs of dishonesty. Economics Letters, 124, 195-198. Peer Reviewed


Rohner D., Thoenig M. ; Zilibotti F. (2013). War Signals: A Theory of Trade, Trust and Conflict. Review of Economic Studies, 80, 1114-1147. Peer Reviewed


Rohner D., Thoenig M. ; Zilibotti F. (2013). Seeds of distrust: conflict in Uganda. Journal of Economic Growth, 18, 217-252. Peer Reviewed


Hodler R. , Rohner D. (2012). Electoral terms and terrorism. Public Choice, 150, 181-193. Peer Reviewed


van der Ploeg F. , Rohner D. (2012). War and Natural Resource Exploitation. European Economic Review, 56, 1714-1729. Peer Reviewed


Gartzke E. , Rohner D. (2011). The Political Economy of Imperialism, Decolonization and Development. British Journal of Political Science, 41, 525-556. Peer Reviewed


Rohner D. (2011). Reputation, Group Structure and Social Tensions. Journal of Development Economics, 96, 188-199. Peer Reviewed


Hodler R., Loertscher S. ; Rohner D. (2010). Inefficient Policies and Incumbency Advantage. Journal of Public Economics, 94, 761-767. Peer Reviewed


Collier P., Hoeffler A. ; Rohner D. (2009). Beyond Greed and Grievance: Feasibility and Civil War. Oxford Economic Papers, 61, 1-27. Peer Reviewed


Collier P. , Rohner D. (2008). Democracy, Development and Conflict. Journal of the European Economic Association, 6, 531-540. Peer Reviewed


Frey B. S. , Rohner D. (2007). Protecting Cultural Monuments against Terrorism. Defence and Peace Economics, 18, 245-252. Peer Reviewed


Rohner D. , Frey B. S. (2007). Blood and Ink! The Common-Interest-Game Between Terrorists and the Media. Public Choice, 133, 129-145. Peer Reviewed


Rohner D. (2006). Beach Holiday in Bali or East-Timor? Why Conflict Can Lead to Under- and Overexploitation of Natural Resources. Economics Letters, 92, 113-117. Peer Reviewed


Book Sections

Rohner D. (2018). Natural Resources and Conflict. The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics (pp. 1-8). Palgrave Macmillan UK. Peer Reviewed


Esteban J., Morelli M. ; Rohner D. (2016). Incentives and Constraints for Mass Killings: A Game-Theoretic Approach. Economic Aspects of Genocides, Other Mass Atrocities, and Their Preventions (pp. 172-189). Oxford University Press.


Luterbacher U., Rohner D., Wiegandt E. ; di Iorio S. (2014). Explaining and predicting future environmental scarcities and conflicts. Predicting the Future in Science, Economics, and Politics (pp. 144-190). Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK.


Keywords

  • development economics
  • economics of conflict and crime
  • political economics
  • public economic

 
 
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