Current research/working papers

Bartusevicius, Henrikas, Florian van Leeuwen, and Michael Bang Petersen. 2019. “Dominance-driven autocratic political orientations predict political violence in non-weird and WEIRD samples.” PsyArXiv. doi: 10.31234/

Bartusevicius, Henrikas, and Florian van Leeuwen. 2019. “Resisting Change: Decremental-Not Relative-Deprivation Motivates Political Violence.” SocArXiv. doi: 10.31235/

Journal articles

Bartusevičius, Henrikas and Kristian Skrede Gleditsch (2019) A two-stage approach to civil conflict: Contested incompatibilities and armed violence. International Organization 73(1): 225-248. doi: 10.1017/S0020818318000425

Bartusevičius, Henrikas (2019) A congruence analysis of the inequality-conflict nexus: Evidence from 16 cases. Conflict Management and Peace Science 36(4): 339-358. doi: 10.1177/0738894217710801

Bartusevičius, Henrikas and Svend-Erik Skaaning (2018) Revisiting democratic civil peace: Electoral regimes and civil conflict. Journal of Peace Research 55(5): 625-640doi: 10.1177/0022343318765607

Bartusevičius, Henrikas (2016) Introducing the Categorically Disaggregated Conflict (CDC) dataset. Conflict Management and Peace Science 33(1): 89-110. doi: 10.1177/0738894215570423

Skaaning, Svend-Erik; John Gerring & Henrikas Bartusevičius (2015) A Lexical Index of Electoral Democracy. Comparative Political Studies 48(12): 1491-1525. doi: 10.1177/0010414015581050

Bartusevičius, Henrikas (2014) The inequality-conflict nexus re-examined: Income, education and popular rebellions. Journal of Peace Research 51(1): 35-50. doi: 10.1177/0022343313503179

PhD Dissertation

Bartusevičius, Henrikas (2013) The Inequality-Conflict Nexus Re-Examined. PhD Dissertation. Aarhus: Politica. (The summary of the dissertation can be freely accessed here; for the full version please contact the author)