Prof. Sabine Carey, PhD
Sabine Carey is Chair of Political Science / International Relations. She is working on the project B7 “Attitudes and conflict, longitudinal conflict analysis and randomized control trials (RCTs) in Asia and Africa”. Her research primarily analyzes repression and the escalation of political violence. Her work places particular emphasis on exploring causes and consequences of pro-government militia, using the Pro-Government Militias Database she developed with Prof. Neil Mitchell. Her previous research has been published, among others, in the Annual Review of Political Science, International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Conflict Resolution and the Journal of Peace Research. She is currently completing an ERC-funded project on "Repression and the Escalation of Violence” and is co-editor of the American Political Science Review.