Jonathan Hall

researcher at Department of Peace and Conflict Research

Email:
jonathan.hall[AT-sign]pcr.uu.se
Telephone:
+4618-471 7596
Visiting address:
Gamla Torget 3, 1tr
753 20 Uppsala
Postal address:
Box 514
751 20 UPPSALA

Short presentation

My work lies at the crossroads of political science, psychology and economics. I use natural experiments, field experiments and surveys in naturalistic settings to study the psychology of cooperation and conflict. I lead the Uppsala Peace Lab, a programme on experimental peace and conflict research: www.uppsalapeacelab.com.

Manuscripts under review / in-progress

  1. Hall, J., & Werner, K. Trauma and Trust: How war exposure shapes social and institutional trust among refugees. R&R at Frontiers in Psychology.
  2. Gredebäck, G., Lindskog, M., & Hall, J. Poor maternal mental health is associated with a lower degree of proactive control in refugee children. R&R at Intelligence.
  3. Hall, J. Trauma and intergroup trust: The importance of post-war conditions. R&R at Journal of Peace Research.
  4. Dulić, T., & Hall, J. Exploring the logics of mass killing: Comparing the spatial distribution of mass violence against civilians in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1941–45/1992–95. R&R at Genocide Studies and Prevention.
  5. Whitt, S., Hall, J., Aronson, J., Mironova, V., Huth, P., & Walsh, J. I. Power-sharing versus power-grabbing in the aftermath of insurgent violence: Evidence from public opinion in Mosul, Iraq. HiCN Working Paper Series 2021 (354).
  6. Thompson, P. O, Hall, J., & Walsh, J. I. Information, Anxiety, and Persuasion: Analyzing Return Intentions of Displaced Persons. HiCN Working Paper Series 2021 (362).
  7. Hall, J., Kerschbamer, R., Neururer, D., & Skoog, E. Uncovering sophisticated discrimination with the help of credence goods markups – evidence from a natural field experiment. Working Paper No. 2019-11. Working Papers in Economics and Statistics, University of Innsbruck.
  8. Gredebäck, G., Hall, J., & Lindskog, M. Fluid intelligence in refugee children: A cross-sectional study of potential risk and resilience factors among Syrian refugee children and their parents.
  9. Thompson, P. O, Hall, J., & Walsh, J. I. Threat, empathy, and acceptance of forcibly displaced persons.
  10. Ortiz-Ayala, A., & Hall, J. Colombian soldiers ́ willingness to protect civilians: A field experiment.
  11. Hall, J., Nordenving, S., & Vassiliou, P. Exposure to ingroup versus outgroup violence, empathy and altruism in intergroup conflicts.
  12. Döring, S., & Hall, J. The long-term effects of drought on parochial altruism.
  13. Hall, J., Skoog, E., & Vassiliou, P. The impact of war exposure on morality: Evidence from the Battle of Mosul.
  14. Hall, J., & Whitt, S. Examining other-regarding preferences through a novel behavioral experiment: Partisan preferences in the Equality Equivalency Test in the United States.
  15. Kangaslampi, S., Peltonen, K., & Hall, J. Stress symptoms and psychological growth after trauma – A network analysis among Syrian and Iraqi refugees.
  16. Walsh, J. I., Hall, J., Whitt, S., Ellsworth, T., Aronson, J., Mironova, V., & Huth, P. Do expectations about post-war reconstruction foster cooperation? Evidence from an experiment in Mosul.
  17. Ellsworth, T., Hall, J., & Walsh, J.I. A selective return: Parochial altruism and the return intentions of refugees in Turkey.
  18. Walsh, J. I., Aronson, J., Hall, J., & Huth, P. Information, agency, and return intentions: Evidence from displacement following the Battle for Mosul.
  19. Hall, J., Skoog, E., & Karakus, D.C. When does kindness follow cruelty? The impact of social categorization on altruism in war-affected communities.
  20. Hall, J., Neururer, D., & Kerschbamer, R. The effects of sectarian warfare on the distributional preferences of refugees in Turkey.

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Jonathan Hall