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Do natural resources matter for interstate and intrastate armed conflict?
V Koubi, G Spilker, T Böhmelt, T Bernauer
Journal of peace research 51 (2), 227-243, 2014
3212014
Climate variability, economic growth, and civil conflict
V Koubi, T Bernauer, A Kalbhenn, G Spilker
Journal of peace research 49 (1), 113-127, 2012
2922012
A comparison of international and domestic sources of global governance dynamics
T Bernauer, A Kalbhenn, V Koubi, G Spilker
British Journal of Political Science 40 (3), 509-538, 2010
1782010
Environmental stressors and migration: Evidence from Vietnam
V Koubi, G Spilker, L Schaffer, T Bernauer
World development 79, 197-210, 2016
1682016
The role of environmental perceptions in migration decision-making: evidence from both migrants and non-migrants in five developing countries
V Koubi, G Spilker, L Schaffer, T Böhmelt
Population and environment 38, 134-163, 2016
1432016
The charmed life of superstar exporters: Survey evidence on firms and trade policy
I Osgood, D Tingley, T Bernauer, IS Kim, HV Milner, G Spilker
The Journal of Politics 79 (1), 133-152, 2017
1402017
Firms and global value chains: Identifying firms’ multidimensional trade preferences
IS Kim, HV Milner, T Bernauer, I Osgood, G Spilker, D Tingley
International Studies Quarterly 63 (1), 153-167, 2019
932019
Is there a “depth versus participation” dilemma in international cooperation?
T Bernauer, A Kalbhenn, V Koubi, G Spilker
The Review of International Organizations 8, 477-497, 2013
932013
Perceptions of environmental change and migration decisions
V Koubi, S Stoll, G Spilker
Climatic change 138, 439-451, 2016
882016
The impact of preferential trade agreements on governmental repression revisited
G Spilker, T Böhmelt
The Review of International Organizations 8, 343-361, 2013
882013
The determinants of environmental migrants' conflict perception
V Koubi, T Böhmelt, G Spilker, L Schaffer
International Organization 72 (4), 905-936, 2018
842018
Selecting partner countries for preferential trade agreements: Experimental evidence from Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Vietnam
G Spilker, T Bernauer, V Umaña
International Studies Quarterly 60 (4), 706-718, 2016
692016
Attitudes of urban residents towards environmental migration in Kenya and Vietnam
G Spilker, Q Nguyen, V Koubi, T Böhmelt
Nature Climate Change 10 (7), 622-627, 2020
642020
Self-interest versus sociotropic considerations: an information-based perspective to understanding individuals’ trade preferences
L Maria Schaffer, G Spilker
Review of International Political Economy 26 (6), 1266-1292, 2019
642019
Globalization, political institutions and the environment in developing countries
G Spilker
Routledge, 2013
622013
Helpful organizations: membership in inter-governmental organizations and environmental quality in developing countries
G Spilker
British Journal of Political Science 42 (2), 345-370, 2012
572012
Environmental migrants and social-movement participation
V Koubi, Q Nguyen, G Spilker, T Böhmelt
Journal of Peace Research 58 (1), 18-32, 2021
562021
The effects of treaty legality and domestic institutional hurdles on environmental treaty ratification
G Spilker, V Koubi
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 16, 223-238, 2016
482016
A framework for social tipping in climate change mitigation: What we can learn about social tipping dynamics from the chlorofluorocarbons phase-out
I Stadelmann-Steffen, C Eder, N Harring, G Spilker, A Katsanidou
Energy Research & Social Science 82, 102307, 2021
472021
The interaction of international institutions from a social network perspective
T Böhmelt, G Spilker
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 16, 67-89, 2016
472016
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