Research

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PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  • 2013. It Doesn’t Add Up: Methodological and Policy Implications of Conflicting Casualty Data
    Jule Krüger, Patrick Ball, Megan E. Price and Amelia Hoover Green
    Counting Civilian Casualties: An Introduction to Recording and Estimating Nonmilitary Deaths in Conflict, eds. Taylor Seybolt et al., New York: Oxford University
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IN PROGRESS

  • Understanding the logics of violence: A victim-centered, multidimensional approach to concept and measurement
    Jule Krüger and Christian Davenport
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  • The Bodies of Evidence: An Exploration of Multiple Systems Estimation for Empirical Research with Violent Deaths
    Jule Krüger

    Winner of the 2016 Robert H. Durr Award of the Midwest Political Science Association for best paper applying quantitative methods to a substantive problem, presented at 2015 MPSA Conference
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  • “Information Is Not Knowledge”: An analysis of overlap in the reporting of casualties in Sierra Leone, 1997-2001
    Jule Krüger
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  • Documenting human rights violations: In partnership with or in contention of the state?
    Jule Krüger
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  • Syria or the Olympics? An analysis of global event reporting in international news coverage
    Jule Krüger and Caitlin Thomas
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  • Accounts in conflict: Evidence of selection bias in empirical violence data
    Jule Krüger
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  • Bombing to Stop the Killing: Humanitarian intervention and violence against civilians in Kosovo 1999
    Jule Krüger
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  • Policing in the dark? Descriptive inference and the Colombian peace process, 2003-2010
    Jule Krüger and Amelia Hoover Green
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS — WHITE PAPERS/INVITED REPORTS

  • 2011. Human Rights Defenders and Technology: Trends and Perspectives
    Jule Krüger
    Oak Foundation

DISSERTATION

  • 2014. New voices for a silent past: Analysing civilian deaths in conflict