The Effects of Oil Production and Ethnic Representation on Violent Conflict in Nigeria: A Mixed-Methods Approach

@article{Koos2015TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Oil Production and Ethnic Representation on Violent Conflict in Nigeria: A Mixed-Methods Approach},
  author={C. Koos and J. Pierskalla},
  journal={Terrorism and Political Violence},
  year={2015},
  volume={28},
  pages={888 - 911}
}
  • C. Koos, J. Pierskalla
  • Published 2015
  • Political Science
  • Terrorism and Political Violence
  • A large qualitative literature on violent conflict in Nigeria has identified the importance of oil production and ethnicity as salient factors in understanding violence, especially in the oil-rich Niger Delta. This resonates with the broader literature on natural resources, ethnic exclusion, and conflict. This article advances existing research by providing the first highly disaggregated statistical analysis of oil, ethnicity, and violence for Nigerian Local Government Areas (LGAs). We test… CONTINUE READING
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