Ursula Daxecker is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Amsterdam. She earned her B.A. and Mag. Phil.in Political Science from the University of Innsbruck and M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of New Orleans.
Her research interests focus on international and intrastate conflict, including electoral violence and maritime piracy.
Bader, Julia, and Ursula Daxecker. “A Chinese Resource Curse? The Human Rights Effects of Oil Export Dependence on China Versus the United States.” Journal of Peace Research 52.6 (2015): 774-790.
Daxecker, Ursula E., and Brandon C. Prins. “Searching for Sanctuary: Government Power and the Location of Maritime Piracy.” International Interactions 41.4 (2015): 699-717.
Daxecker, Ursula E. “All Quiet on Election Day? International Election Observation and Incentives for Pre-Election Violence in African Elections.” Electoral Studies 34 (2014): 232-243.