Christopher Blattman
Christopher Blattman
Ramalee E. Pearson Professor, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago
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Civil war
C Blattman, E Miguel
Journal of Economic Literature 48 (1), 3-57, 2010
22742010
From Violence to Voting: War and political participation in Uganda
C Blattman
American Political Science Review 103 (2), 231-247, 2009
7832009
The Consequences of Child Soldiering
C Blattman, J Annan
The Review of Economics and Statistics 92 (4), 882-898, 2010
6062010
Winners and losers in the commodity lottery: The impact of terms of trade growth and volatility in the Periphery 1870-1939
C Blattman, J Hwang, JG Williamson
Journal of Development Economics 82 (1), 156-179, 2007
593*2007
Generating skilled self-employment in developing countries: Experimental evidence from Uganda
C Blattman, N Fiala, S Martinez
Quarterly Journal of Economics 29 (2), 2014
520*2014
Economic shocks and conflict: Evidence from commodity prices
S Bazzi, C Blattman
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 6 (4), 1-38, 2014
399*2014
Civil War, Reintegration, and Gender in northern Uganda
J Annan, C Blattman, D Mazurana, K Carlson
Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (6), 877-908, 2011
317*2011
Can war foster cooperation?
M Bauer, C Blattman, J Chytilová, J Henrich, E Miguel, T Mitts
Journal of Economic Perspectives 30 (3), 249-74, 2016
2752016
The state of youth and youth protection in Northern Uganda
J Annan, C Blattman, R Horton
Uganda: UNICEF 23, 2006
2712006
The Logic of Child Soldiering and Coercion
B Beber, C Blattman
International Organization 67 (1), 65-104, 2013
247*2013
Reducing crime and violence: Experimental evidence from cognitive behavioral therapy in Liberia
C Blattman, JC Jamison, M Sheridan
American Economic Review 107 (4), 1165-1206, 2017
1992017
The returns to cash and microenterprise support among the ultra-poor: A field experiment
C Blattman, E Green, J Annan, J Jamison
Columbia Univ. Work. Pap, 2014
191*2014
Can employment reduce lawlessness and rebellion? A field experiment with high-risk men in a fragile state
C Blattman, J Annan
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2015
1542015
Generating employment in poor and fragile states: Evidence from labor market and entrepreneurship programs
C Blattman, L Ralston
Available at SSRN 2622220, 2015
1422015
How to promote order and property rights under weak rule of law? An experiment in changing dispute resolution behavior through community education
C Blattman, A Hartman, R Blair
American Political Science Review 108 (1), 100-120, 2014
138*2014
Child combatants in northern Uganda
C Blattman, J Annan
Security and post-conflict reconstruction: dealing with fighters in the …, 2009
125*2009
The impacts of industrial and entrepreneurial work on income and health: Experimental evidence from Ethiopia
C Blattman, S Dercon
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (3), 1-38, 2018
121*2018
On the nature and causes of LRA abduction: What the abductees say
C Blattman, J Annan
The Lord's Resistance Army: Myth and Reality, 132-155, 2010
812010
Predicting local violence: Evidence from a panel survey in Liberia
RA Blair, C Blattman, A Hartman
Journal of Peace Research 54 (2), 298-312, 2017
71*2017
Show them the money: Why giving cash helps alleviate poverty
C Blattman, P Niehaus
Foreign Affairs 93 (3), 117-126, 2014
712014
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