NEPS Medal 2016
I am pleased to forward you the publications submitted for NEPS MEDAL, the annual award for the best publication in Peace Science. 
Below the publications:
1) Krieger, T. and Meierrieks, D. (2015), The Rise of Market-Capitalism and the Roots of Anti-American Terrorism, Journal of Peace Research, 52(1), pp. 46-61. Here to the abstract.
2) Miodownik, D., Grossman, G. and Manekin, D. (2015), The Political Legacies Of Combat: Attitudes Towards War And Peace Among Israeli Ex-Combatants, International Organization, 69(4), pp. 981-1009. Here to the abstract.
3) Bove, V. and Böhmelt, T. (2016), Does Immigration Induce Terrorism?, The Journal of Politics, 78(2), pp. 572-588. 
Here to the abstract.

4) Bove, V. and Ruggeri, A. (2015), Kinds of Blue: Diversity in UN Peacekeeping Missions and Civilian Protection, British Journal of Political Science, pp. 1-20. Here to the abstract.
5) Bader, J. and Daxecker, U. (2015), A Chinese resource curse? The human rights effects of oil export dependence on China versus the United States, Journal of Peace Research, 52(6), pp. 774-790. Here to the abstract.
6) Ruggeri, A. and Costalli, S. (2015), Indignation, Ideologies, and Armed Mobilization, International Security, 40(2), pp. 119-157. Here to the abstract.
7) Gries, T., Meierrieks, D. and Redlin, M. (2015), Oppressive governments, dependence on the USA, and anti-American terrorism, Oxford Economic Papers, pp. 83-103. 
Here to the abstract.
Job Vancacies
Senior Researcher focusing on Peace Processes
at The Center for Security Studies (CSS)
ETH Zürich
Your task will be to coordinate and contribute to an emerging research program on mediation and security sector issues in peace processes that the CSS is currently developing in collaboration with international partners. In addition to coordinating the research program and publishing in the area of peace mediation and security sector issues in peace processes, you will also develop a research proposal (in which you will act as the principal investigator) to apply for additional funds.
The successful candidate will have a PhD degree in peace or conflict studies (or closely related fields) and three to four yearsexperience as a post-doctoral researcher.
For further enquiries, please contact Dr. Myriam Dunn Cavelty (
Candidates should apply online only no later than 31 May 2016 with attention to «ETH Zurich, Mr. Olivier Meyrat, Human Resources, CH-8092 Zurich».
Applications via e-mail cannot be considered.
Here the link to the website for applications and more information.
April 2016
22th Annual
Summer Institute
in Political Psychology
at Stanford University August 1-19, 2016.
The Summer Institute in Political Psychology is a three-week intensive training program that introduces graduate students, faculty members, and professionals to the world of political psychology scholarship. The curriculum is designed to accomplish one preeminent goal: to produce skilled, creative, and effective scholarly researchers who will do more and better work in political psychology as the result of their attendance at SIPP.
SIPP will accept up to 60 participants, including graduate students, faculty, professionals, and advanced undergraduates.
Applicants are accepted on a rolling basis until all slots are filled, so applying soon maximizes chances of acceptance.
For more information and application, please visit the website.
For further enquires, please write to:
NEPS Website
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