Testing the Double-Genocide Thesis for Central and Southern Rwanda
Philip Verwimp ()
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2003, vol. 47, issue 4, 423-442
Results of a research project with household-level data on the demographic impact of genocide and civil war in Rwanda are reported. The survey includes demographic and criminological data on 352 peasant households that were part of a large household survey project before the genocide. The absolute number of Hutu killed in the sample is half of the number of Tutsi killed. The statistical and econometric results show that the killing pattern among Hutu and Tutsi was different; Tutsi members of the same household were often killed on the same day and in the same place. The effect of the arrival of the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) at the survey sites on the survival chances of Hutu and Tutsi is estimated.
Keywords: genocide; civil war; survey research; Rwanda (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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