Date of Final Oral Examination (Defense)
Type of Culminating Activity
Master of Arts in Political Science
Isaac Castellano Ph.D.
Michael Allen, Ph.D.
Nisha Bellinger, Ph.D.
How much do climate shocks impact different societal actors’ incentives to commit direct acts of violence? This thesis argues that different climate shocks and their effects introduce incentives for different societal actors to increase and reduce their likelihood of committing direct acts of violence, which is in line with Brzoska’s (2018) claim. The results of this thesis’ analysis support that different climate shocks can lead different societal actors to commit acts of violence.
Campbell, Thomas, "Climate Shocks and Violent Conflict Incentives: Evidence from the Indian Sub-Continent" (2022). Boise State University Theses and Dissertations. 1921.
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