Recently I compared the data collected over a five-year period (2003-2007) by three projects with similar, though critically different, definitions of conflict: the Uppsala Conflict Data Project (UCDP), the Conflict Barometer of the Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research (HIIK), and Ploughshares' ACR.
What does INCORE stand for?
INCORE stands for International Conflict Research
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- Intra-Continental Report
- Intra-CONUS Movement Report
- Inside the Continental United States
- Inwood North Community Outreach Program (Houston, TX)
- Institute of NCO (Noncommissioned Officer) Professional Development (US Army)
- Information and Counselling on Repatriation Project (est. 1995; Norway)
- Institutional Collaborative Research (program)
- Initiative on Conflict Resolution and Ethnicity
- Integral Concept for Groundwater Remediation
- Internet Content Rating for Europe
- International Coordination Council of Educational Institutions Alumni (Russian acronym)
- Installation & Checkout Spares
- Integrated Control System
- International Council on Systems Engineering
- Indian National Committee for Space Research (India)
- In-Core Instrument Test
- Information & Communication Technology
- International Commercial Term
- International Commercial Terms
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The workshop 'Entrepreneurship and Conflict', co-organized by UNU-WIDER, the Households in Conflict Network (HiCN) and INCORE (The International Conflict Research Institute) at the University of Ulster takes place in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, from 20-21 March 2009, and will address these critical issues.
The Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research at the University of Heidelberg in Germany records six countries at war, all of them Arab or Muslim countries with the exception of Sri Lanka.
The 40-year-old dual UK and Canadian citizen was a University of Ulster research fellow, affiliated to the university's International Conflict Research centre at its Coleraine campus.
Research Design In analyzing the relationship between economic freedom and external conflict, I rely on the KOSIMO data set from the Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research (HIIK 1998, 1999) and on the Fraser Institute's economic freedom of the world (EFW) index (Gwartney and Lawson 2000).
To represent the dependent variable "conflict," I employ the KOSIMO data set from the Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research (1998-99).