Using micro-level data to map state failure : the example of Somalia

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MÄDL, Anna, Roos VAN DER HAER, Michael ODENWALD, 2011. Using micro-level data to map state failure : the example of Somalia. In: Civil Wars. 13(1), pp. 61-79. ISSN 1369-8249. Available under: doi: 10.1080/13698249.2011.555692

@article{Madl2011Using-14619, title={Using micro-level data to map state failure : the example of Somalia}, year={2011}, doi={10.1080/13698249.2011.555692}, number={1}, volume={13}, issn={1369-8249}, journal={Civil Wars}, pages={61--79}, author={Mädl, Anna and van der Haer, Roos and Odenwald, Michael} }

van der Haer, Roos Mädl, Anna Odenwald, Michael 2011-12-06T08:30:15Z Using micro-level data to map state failure : the example of Somalia eng First publ. in: Civil Wars ; 13 (2011), 1. - pp. 61-79 Odenwald, Michael deposit-license In the study of state failure, scholars and practitioners have mostly focused on<br />macro-level indicators to determine which state is failed and which is not. This<br />focus overlooks crucial local and regional variation that has to be taken into account when designing interventions. In this article, we develop a new approach to examine state failure on this microlevel. Using a unique data-set on Somalia, we identify micro-level indicators for state failure. The analysis shows that micro-level data are crucial for detecting variation in state failure. van der Haer, Roos 2011 2012-08-31T22:25:04Z Mädl, Anna

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