Research

Preprints/R&Rs

1. Highlight preprint: Bartusevičius, Henrikas, Florian van Leeuwen, and Michael Bang Petersen (ND). Political repression motivates antigovernment violence. (PsyArXiv preprint).

2. Bartusevičius, Henrikas (ND) Does participation in modern political violence follow the ancestral logic of small-scale war? (PsyArXiv preprint).

3. Bartusevičius, Henrikas, and Florian van Leeuwen (ND). Resisting Change: Decremental-Not Relative-Deprivation Motivates Political Violence. (SocArXiv preprint).

4. Kristensen, Anders, Tobias Ide, and Henrikas Bartusevičius (ND) First comes the river, then comes the conflict? A qualitative comparative analysis of flood-related political unrest. R&R at Journal of Peace Research.

Selected journal articles

1. Bartusevičius, Henrikas, Florian van Leeuwen, and Michael Bang Petersen (2020) Dominance-driven autocratic political orientations predict political violence in non-WEIRD and WEIRD samples. Psychological Science, forthcoming. (PsyArXiv preprint).

2. 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

3. 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

4. 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

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

6. 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

7. 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)