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Prof Nils Metternich
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  • Professor of Political Science
  • Dept of Political Science
  • Faculty of S&HS

I am currently Associate Professor at University College London in the Department of Political Science. My research focuses on the strategic nature of civil conflicts and the prediction of its dynamics. Previously, I was a Post-doc at Duke University in the Department of Political Science. I received my PhD in Government from the University of Essex. My work has been awarded the Stuart Bremer Award (Peace Science Assocation), the Dina Zinnes Award (International Studies Association), and the Best Paper Award in the Conflict Processes Section (American Political Science Association).

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My current research interests include authoritarian regimes, protests, and civil wars with a methodological focus on forecasting, spatial econometrics, and network analysis. Recent publications have appeared in the American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Conflict Resolution, and Political Science Research and Methods.

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2014   Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Institute of Education
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