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GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL PROTEST IN THE WAKE OF NATURAL DISASTERS. A Spatial Analysis of Social Protests in Central America and the Caribbean


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Title: GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL PROTEST IN THE WAKE OF NATURAL DISASTERS. A Spatial Analysis of Social Protests in Central America and the Caribbean
Authors: Giesen, Juliane
Issue Date: 30-Nov-2017
Degree: Master theses
Abstract: Numerous conflict-studies have explored the link between natural disasters and conflict and have revealed mixed results. In view of this ambiguity, it seems evident that conditions such as the characteristics of the state matter for the occurrence of conflicts in the aftermath of natural disasters. The institutional quality of the state, for instance, is regarded as one of the core moderators of natural disaster induced conflicts. However, the concept of Quality of Government (QoG) remains large... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/54554
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