ECPR General Conference
Charles University in Prague, Prague
7 - 10 September 2016




Peace and Conflict Research

Civil Society
 
Conflict
 
Conflict Resolution
 
Democratisation
 
Governance
 
International Relations
 
UN
 
War
 
Section Number
S43
Section Chair
Laurent Goetschel
University of Basel
Section Co-Chair
Sara Hellmüller
University of Basel

Abstract
This Section includes Panels that explore questions in the realm of peace and conflict research. As a fundamentally interdisciplinary field, peace and conflict studies draw on different disciplines such as political science, sociology and international relations. They use methodologies ranging from large-n quantitative studies to ethnographic approaches. The Section reflects this disciplinary and methodological variety. Accordingly, the Chairs include Panels that are concerned with different aspects within the field focusing on the conditions for stable peace to emerge, the actors engaged in peace and conflict as well as the effects of quality standards in a field that finds itself at the intersection between critical research and practical relevance.

Panel List

Number 
Title 
 
 
P046Civil Wars and State Formation View Panel Details
P069Corruption and Anti-Corruption Reforms in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Countries View Panel Details
P232Liquid Spaces of Organized Violence View Panel Details
P237Local Peacebuilding View Panel Details
P337Preserving Peace: How Africa has Escaped Conflict and Violence View Panel Details
P348Quantitative Approaches to Peace and Conflict View Panel Details
P368Research, Policy and Practice – Assessing the Intersections View Panel Details
P434The Role of Norms in International Peace Mediation View Panel Details
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