1. Conflict

  • Who Benefited from Burundi’s Demobilization Program? (with Olivier Sterck and Philip Verwimp) – World Bank Economic Review 2016: accessible here. The Appendix is available in this version.
  • Verwimp, P. and O. D’Aoust. (2013). Risk, Security, and Coping Mechanisms in Contexts of Violent Conflict: Evidence from Rwanda and Burundi in A Micro-Level Perspective on the Dynamics of Conflict, Violence, and Development (edited by P. Justino, T. Brück and P. Verwimp), Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK
  • From Rebellion to Electoral Violence. Evidence from Burundi (with Andrea Colombo and Olivier Sterck) – March 2017, forthcoming in Economic Development and Cultural Change. Get a glimpse on the CSAE blog and here for a brief comment on the 2015 events.

2. Institutional Economics

  • Who Benefits from Customary Justice ? Rent-seeking, Bribery and Criminality in Sub-Saharan Africa, with Olivier Sterck, Journal of African Economies 2016: accessible here.

3. Entrepreneurship

  • P. Jones, O. D’Aoust, and L. Bernard (2017). The Urban Wage Premium in Africa in Wage Inequality in Developing Countries: Volume I (ed. S. Johnson-Lans). Africa, Palgrave.
  • Risky Business? Rural Entrepreneurship in Subsistence Markets (with Katarzyna Cieslik), revise and resubmit The European Journal of Development Research.

4. Public Health in Emergency Settings

  • Guha-Sapir, D., O. D’Aoust , F. Vos and P. Hoyois (2013). The frequency and impact of natural disasters in The Economic Impacts of Natural Disasters (edited by D. Guha-Sapir and I. Santos), Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK