Thorsten Rogall

Assistant Professor

My main research and teaching interests are in political economy of development with a special focus on conflict. I have extensively worked on understanding how the political Hutu elites orchestrated the Rwandan Genocide.

Research on the Rwandan Genocide

— The Preparation

“Preparing for Genocide: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Rwanda”
(with Evelina Bonnier, Jonas Poulsen and Miri Stryjan)

Journal of Development Economics 147 (2020): 102533 ▪ Online Appendix                                                                                         

— The Execution

“Mobilizing the Masses for Genocide”

▪ Accepted at the American Economic Review   ▪ Online Appendix

— The Aftermath

“Yes They Can: Genocide, Political Participation, and Female Empowerment”
(with Tatiana Zarate-Barrera)

Other Working Papers

“Rainfall Inequality, Political Power, and Ethnic Conflict in Africa”
(with Andrea Guariso)

“Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Community Meetings and Voter Control in Non-Democracies”

Work-in-Progress

“Organized Violence and Voting”

 

Winter 2021
No ECON course(s) were found for W2021 term.Winter 2021
No ECON course(s) were found for W2021 term.Winter 2021
No ECON course(s) were found for W2021 term.