Resources

Other useful resources for researchers:
Aid Data
AidData is a collaborative initiative to provide products and services that promote the dissemination, analysis, and understanding of development finance information.
Centre for Economic Performance
The CEP is an interdisciplinary research centre at the LSE Research Laboratory. The CEP studies the determinants of economic performance at the level of the company, the nation and the global economy.
Center for International Security Studies
The Center provides a home for the study and debate of national and international security at Princeton and supports a variety of educational, research, enrichment, and outreach activities.
Climate Change and African Political Stability
CCAPS seeks to better understand the relationship between the growing threat of climate change and the ability of African countries to manage complex emergencies, including humanitarian disasters and violent conflict.
Development and Conflict Research
DACOR has undertaken a broad program of activities, carrying out theoretical, empirical and field research on terrorism, governance, and development in key locations around the world: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Northern Ireland, the Philippines and Brazil.
International Crisis Group
The International Crisis Group is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization committed to preventing and resolving deadly conflict. It is now generally recognized as the world’s leading independent, non-partisan, source of analysis and advice to governments, and intergovernmental bodies.
International Growth Centre
The International Growth Centre offers independent advice on economic growth to governments of developing countries. Based at LSE and in partnership with Oxford University, the IGC is initiated and funded by DFID.
Households in Conflict
The Households in Conflict Network (HiCN) brings together researchers interested in the micro level analysis of the relationship between violent conflict and household welfare.
MICROCON
The programme aims to promote understanding of individual and group interactions leading to and resulting from violent mass conflicts, with the purpose of uncovering much-needed fundamentals for better informed domestic, regional and international conflict policy, which places individuals and groups at the centre of their interventions.