Brian Phillips
Dr. Brian Phillips
Profesor Investigador Titular
SNI: Nivel II
brian.phillips@cide.edu
Tel.: 5727-98-00 ext. 2340
Web Personal: Sitio personal/académico de Google CV español (pdf)
CV inglés (pdf)
Artículos
  • Civil War, Spillover, and Neighbors' Military Spending
    Phillips Brian J. Civil War, Spillover, and Neighbors' Military Spending, Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2015, Vol. 32(4) 425-442 DOI: 10.1177/0738894214530853
    2015-01-01
  • Enemies with benefits? Violent rivalry and terrorist group longevity
    Phillips, Brian J. Enemies with benefits? Violent rivalry and terrorist group longevity, Journal of Peace Research, 2015, Vol. 52 (1) 62-75 DOI : 10.1177/0022343314550538
    2015-01-01
  • How Does Leadership Decapitation Affect Violence? The Case of Drug Trafficking Organizations in Mexico
    Phillips, Brian J. How Does Leadership Decapitation Affect Violence? The Case of Drug Trafficking Organizations in Mexico, Journal of Politics, Vol. 77, No. 2, (April 2015) 324-336
    2015-01-01
  • Whats is a Terrorist Group? Conceptual Issues and Empirical Implications
    Phillips, Brian J. Whats is a Terrorist Group? Conceptual Issues and Empirical Implications, Terrorism and Political Violence, 27:2, 225-242 2015 DOI: 10.1080/09546553.2013.800048
    2015-01-01
  • ¿Qué explica la supervivencia de los grupos terroristas? Alianzas y competencia / What explains the survival of terrorist groups? Alliances and competition
    Phillips, Brian. ¿Qué explica la supervivencia de los grupos terroristas? Alianzas y competencia / What explains the survival of terrorist groups? Alliances and competition, Revista CIDOB d`Afers Internacionals, n. 112, p.99-126. Abril 2016
    2016-01-01
  • Do 90 Percent of Terrorist Groups Last Less than a Year? Updating the Conventional Wisdom
    Brian J. Phillips. Do 90 Percent of Terrorist Groups Last Less than a Year? Updating the Conventional Wisdom, Terrorism and Political Violence, Published online: 06 Sep 2017 DOI: 10.1080/09546553.2017.1361411
    2017-01-01
  • Inequality and the Emergence of Vigilante Organizations: The Case of Mexican Autodefensas
    Brian J. Phillips. Inequality and the Emergence of Vigilante Organizations: The Case of Mexican Autodefensas, Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 50(10), 2017, 1358-1389; DOI: 10.1177/0010414016666863
    2016-01-01
  • Terrorist Tactics by Criminal Organizations: The Mexican Case in Context
    Brian J. Phillips. Terrorist Tactics by Criminal Organizations: The Mexican Case in Context, Perspectives on Terrorism, Volume 12, Issue 1, February 2018, pp. 46-63 http://www.terrorismanalysts.com/pt/index.php/pot/article/view/677
    2018-01-01
  • What Explains Ethnic Organizational Violence? Evidence from Eastern Europe and Russia
    Phillips, Brian. What Explains Ethnic Organizational Violence? Evidence from Eastern Europe and Russia, Conflict management and Peace Science, 2018, Vol. 35(2) 111-131 doi: 10.1177/0738894215614504
    2018-01-01
Documento de trabajo
  • Criminal Violence and the Subnational Distribution fo Foreign Direct Investment
    Garriga, Ana Carolina and Brian Phillips. Criminal Violence and the Subnational Distribution fo Foreign Direct Investment, México: CIDE, DTEP 279, 2015
    2015-01-01
  • Distracción criminal: El interés por asuntos internacionales disminuye cuando violencia por la delincuencia organizada aumenta
    Phillips, Brian. Distracción criminal: El interés por asuntos internacionales disminuye cuando violencia por la delincuencia organizada aumenta, México: CIDE, DTEI 253, 2015
    2015-01-01
Reseña
  • Reseña sin nombre, Sobre Engineers of Jihad: The Curious Connection between violent Extremism and Education
    Reseña sin nombre, Sobre Engineers of Jihad: The Curious Connection between violent Extremism and Education, by Diego Gambetta and Steffen Hertog. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2016. 208 pages. $29.95 (The Middle East Journal) Volume 70, Number 4, Autumn 2016
    2017-01-01

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