Do political regimes condition the impact of inequality on terrorism in Africa?

Published: 08-08-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/56b5rg5zbw.1
Contributors:
Kazeem Ajide,
Olorunfemi Alimi

Description

The datasets are collected from different international organization webpage to provide answer to the research aim i.e. do political regimes condition the impact of inequality on terrorism in Africa? This findings shows that political regimes exert no discernable first-order impact on terrorism except for the negative impact of anocratic regime on transnational terrorism. There exists a significant negative unconditional impact of income inequality on transnational terrorism but scarcely notices on domestic terrorism while that of consumption inequality is barely noticeable. The marginal effects of interaction between consumption inequality and transnational terrorism are negative, while that of income inequality is negligible. The corresponding net effects of interacting inequality and terrorism are, for the most part, negative.

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