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At the 111th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA), HRDAG colleagues Jule Krüger and Amelia Hoover Green will discuss "Filling in the Blanks: Data Problems and Solutions in the Study of Violence" as part of the HIDDEN VIOLENCE DURING ARMED CONFLICT: METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES AND INNOVATIONS panel. The panel will be chaired by Christian Davenport. From the program: "The aim for this panel is to take stock of data and methods used to understand hard-to-study phenomena in conflict settings, and discuss innovations in data-generation and analyses in challenging conflict settings. Data on violence from conflict ...Find out more »