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Oliver Pamp

Dr. Oliver Pamp

Assistant Professor

Contact

Ludwig-Maximilians-University
Department of Political Science
Chair for Empirical Political Research and Policy Analysis
Oettingenstr. 67
80538 Munich

Room: H003
Phone: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 9003
Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 9092

Office hours:
Monday, 11 - 12 h

Further Information

Current Research Topics:

International Arms Trade and Intrastate Conflicts
Political Economy of Military Expenditures
Political Economy of Arms Races

Recent Publications:

Pamp, Oliver, Dendorfer Florian, Thurner, Paul W. (2018): ''Arm Your Friends and Save on Defense? Theory and Empirics of the Impact of Arms Exports on Military Expenditures'', Public Choice, Vol. 177(1), 165-187.

Pamp, Oliver, Rudolph, Lukas , Thurner Paul W. , Mehltretter Andreas, Primus, Simon (2018): ''The Build-up of Coercive Capacities: Arms Imports and the Outbreak of Violent Intrastate Conflicts'', Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 55(4), 430-444.

Pamp, Oliver, Schnellenbach, Jan (2018): ''Finanzpolitik'' in: Mause, Karsten, Müller, Christian and Klaus Schubert (Eds.): Politik und Wirtschaft - Ein integratives Kompendium, Springer, 2018.

Schulze,Christian, Pamp, Oliver, Thurner, Paul W. (2017): ''Economic Incentives and the Effectiveness of Non-Proliferation Norms: German Major Conventional Arms Transfers 1953-2013'', International Studies Quarterly Vol. 61(3), 529-543.

Pamp, Oliver, Thurner Paul W. (2017): ''Trading Arms and the Demand for Military Expenditures: Empirical Explorations Using New SIPRI-Data'', Defense and Peace Economics, Vol. 27(4), 457-472.

Pamp, Oliver (2015): Political Preferences and the Aging of Populations: Political-Economy Explanations of Pension Reform, Springer VS.

Working Papers:

Pamp, Oliver, Thurner, Paul W., Mehltretter, Andreas (2018): ''Arms Races and Multilateral Security: A New Empirical Design''.

Mehltretter, Andreas, Pamp, Oliver, Thurner, Paul W. (2018): ''Arming for Conflict, Arming for Peace? Comparing the Impact of Small Arms and Major Weapons Imports on the Risk of Intrastate Conflicts''.

Teaching:

Methods of Political Science
Quantitative Methods
Intrastate Conflicts and Arms Trade
Game Theory
Formal Political Theory