Dr. Tobias Böhmelt is part of the “International Political Economy” group at the Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS) as well as the Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED). Tobias holds a Ph.D from the University of Essex, UK, in 2010. His main research interests are environmental politics, international mediation, military effectiveness, and social network analysis.
Böhmelt, Tobias “Water-Related Intrastate Conflict and Cooperation (WARICC): A New Event Dataset.” Co-authored with Thomas Bernauer, Halvard Buhaug, Nils Petter Gleditsch, Theresa Tribaldos, Eivind Berg Weibust, and Gerdis Wischnath. International Interactions, Forthcoming.
Böhmelt, Tobias “Environmental Changes and Violent Conflict.” Co-authored with Thomas Bernauer and Vally Koubi. Environmental Research Letters 7 (1): 1-8, 2012.
Böhmelt, Tobias “Zur Problematik kollektiven Handelns – Eine quantitative Studie internationaler Umweltregime.” [On Problems of Collective Action – A Quantitative Study of International Environmental Regimes]. Co-authored with Ulrich Pilster. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 18 (2): 63-90, 2011.
Böhmelt, Tobias “Disaggregating Mediations: The Impact of Multiparty Mediation.” British Journal of Political Science 41 (4): 859-881,
Böhmelt, Tobias “The Impact of Trade on International Mediation.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 54 (4): 566-592, 2010.
Böhmelt, Tobias “International Environmental Regimes - Legalisation, Flexibility and Effectiveness.” Co-authored with Ulrich Pilster. Australian Journal of Political Science 45 (2): 245-260, 2010.