Goldin, I. and Muggah, R. (2020) Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years. London: Penguin/Random House.


Muggah, R. (and Aguirre, K.) (2019) “Rethinking Metrics for Drug Policy”, in Idler, A. and Garzon, J. Eds. Global Drug Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2019) “Citizen Security in the Americas”, in Shifter, M. Ed. New Horizons in Latin America. Washington DC: Inter-American Dialogue.


___. (2019) “Reviewing the Costs and Benefits of Mano Dura vs Crime Prevention in the Americas”, Shaw, T. et al (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary International Political Economy. Oxford: Palgrave. 


___. (2019), in Alvarado, A. Ed. “Crime and Punishment”, in Oxford Handbook of Sociology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2017) “The Shifting Frontiers of Displacement in Latin America”, in Bourbeau, P. Ed. Handbook on Migration and Security. London: Elgar Press. 


___. and Rohozinksi, R. Eds. (2016) From Digital Protest to CyberWar. Ottawa: IDRC and SecDev.


___. (2015) “Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration”, in Langer, A. Ed. Elgar Handbook on Peace-Building. London: Elgar. 


___. (2014) “Revisiting the Fragile States”, in Jackson, P. Ed. Elgar Handbook on

Fragility and Stabilization. London: Elgar.


___. Ed. (2013) Stabilisation Operations, Security and Development: States of Fragility. New York: Routledge.


___. (2013) “Tracking Effects of Small Arms and Light Weapons”, in Batchelor, P. and Kenkle, K. Eds. Controlling Small Arms: Consolidation, Innovation and Relevance in Research Policy. New York: Routledge.


___. (2013-forthcoming) The Fragile City: Urban Violence and Humanitarian Action. London: Zed Books.


___. (2013) “Citizen Security Interventions”, Human Development Report for Latin America: Citizen Security. New York: UNDP.


___. (2013) “Tracking Effects of Small Arms and Light Weapons”, in Kenkle, K. and Batchelor, P. Eds. Controlling Small Arms: Consolidation, Innovation and Relevance in Research Policy. New York: Routledge.


___. (2013) Securing the Border: Brazil´s Approach to Organized Crime”, in Sorj, B. and Fausto, S. Eds. Brazil´s Role in Latin America. Sao Paulo: IfHC. 


___. (2012) “Stabilization and Statebuilding in Haiti”, in Berdal, M. and Zaum, D. Eds The Poltical Economy of Statebuilding in Fragile States. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2012) “Stabilization and Humanitarian Action in Haiti”. Perin, B. (Ed). Edges of Conflict. Vancouver: UBC Press.


___. (2012) “Rethinking Stabilization and Humanitarian Action in the Fragile City”, Perin, B. (Ed). Edges of Conflict. Vancouver: UBC Press.


___. (2012) “The Enemy Within: Arms Availability in Africa”, in Piombo, J. Ed. Future Threats in Africa. New York: Routledge.


___. Eds. (2011 with Krause, K., Gilgen, E.) The Global Burden of Armed Violence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 


___. (2011) “The Transnational Gang: Challenging the Conventional Narrative”, in Shaw, T. and Grant, A. Eds. Ashgate Research Companion. London: Ashgate.


___. (2011) “Closing the Gap Between Peace Operations and Post-Conflict Insecurity”, Cockayne, J. Ed. Peace Operations and Organized Crime: Enemies or Allies?. New York: Ashgate. 


___. (2011) “A Unified Approach to Resettlement”, Koser K. Ed. Migration-Displacement Nexus. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2011) “Disarming, Demobilizing and Reintegrating Fighters: Does it Work?”, Ed. Elgar Handbook on the Political Economy of War. London: Elgar Publishers. 


___. (2011) “States of Security”, Small Arms Survey 2011. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


___. (2011) “The Political Economy of Gang Violence in Haiti”, Berdal, M. and Zaum, D. Eds. The Political Economy of Statebuilding. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___.  (2010) “Stabilizing the Fragile State”, in Berdal, M and Wennman, A. Eds. Ending Wars: Consolidating Peace. Adelphi Series. London: Routledge. 


___. and M. Downes (2010) “Buying Time: Interim Stabilization and Security Sector Reform (SSR)”, in Sedra, M. Ed. The Future of Security Sector Reform. Waterloo: University of Waterloo Press.


___. (with Jutersonke, O.) (2010) “Fragile Cities and the Future of Humanitarian Action”. Perrin, B. Ed. Edges of Conflict. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.


___. (2010) “Stabilization and Humanitarian Action in Haiti”, Perin, B. Ed. Edges of Conflict: Vancouver: University of British Columbia.


___. Ed. (2009) Security and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Dealing with Fighters in the Aftermath of War. New York: Routledge. (author/co-author of 8 chapters)


___. (2009) “Once We Were Warriors: Refugee Militarization in Africa”, Human Security and Non-State Actors. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


___. (2009) “Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR): No Post-conflict

Panacea”, in Chetnail, V. Ed. Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: A Lexicon. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2009) “Désarmement, Démobilisation et Réintégration”, in Chetnail, Ed. 


___. (2009) Chapter contributions to the African Development Bank’s Annual Report and the World Health Organisation African Report on Violence. Both are Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2009) “Conflict violence in Africa”, in Africa Development Bank Ed. Africa Development Report 2008/2009. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2009) “Post-Conflict Security Promotion”, Small Arms Survey 2009. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


___. (2009) “Containment or Protection: Considering Internal Displacement and Resettlement Regimes”, Grabska, K. and Metha, L Eds. 2008. Forced Displacement: Why Rights Matter. London: Palgrave Books.


___. (2008) Relocation Failures in Sri Lanka: A Short History of Internal Displacement and Resettlement. London: Zed Books. 


___. (2008) “The Emperors Clothes: Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR)”, Hoyaume, M. Ed. Peace-Building Dictionary. Bonn: Baden-Baden Press.


___. (and Krause, K and Wennman, A) (2008) The Global Burden of Armed Violence. Geneva: Geneva Declaration Secretariat. 


___. (2007) “Disarmament: Supply and Demand Reduction” in Biersteker, T., Spiro, P. and C. Sriram. Eds. International Law and International Relations. New York: Routledge.


___. (2007) “The Perils of Changing Donor Priorities in Fragile States: the Case of Haiti”, in Welsh, J. and N. Woods. Eds. Exporting Good Governance: Temptations and Challenges in Canada’s Aid Programme. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press. 


___. (2007) “Urban Violence and Small Arms”, Small Arms Survey 2007. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


___. Ed. (2006) No Refuge: The Crisis of Refugee Militarization in Africa. London: Zed Books.


___. (2006) “The True Measure of Success? Considering the Emergence of Human Security in Haiti”, in Shaw, T. et al Eds. Human Security: A Decade On. New York: Lynne Reinner.


Contributions of two chapters to Small Arms Survey 2011 (Cambridge University Press), two chapters to Small Arms Survey 2009 (Cambridge University Press), three chapters to Small Arms Survey 2006 (Cambridge University Press), and chapters to Small Arms Survey editions in 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002 and 2001 (Oxford University Press)


Muggah, R. (with Vilalta, C. and Fondervilla, G.) (2020) “Homicide as a function of city block layout: Mexico City as a case study”, Global Crime,


___. (and Aguirre, K.) (2019) Reducing Latin America´s Violent Hot Spots”, Journal of Aggression and Violent Behavior,


___. (with Alvarado, N.) (2019) Crime and Violence: Obstacles to Development in Latin American and Caribbean Cities. Washington DC: IADB.


___. (with Ntanga, J.) (2018) “Reducing Community Violence in Central African Republic – The Case of Bria”, Small Wars Journal,


___. (2018) “Citizen Security Rising”, Journal of International Development Policy, Spring Edition,


 ___. (2017) “Ending Violence in Childhood: A Global Imperative”, Psychology, Health and Medicine 22 (1), March.


___. (2017) “A Humanitarian Response to Central America´s Fragile Cities”, Humanitarian Practice Networks, HPG, Special Series, June,


___. (et al.) (2017) “Ending Violence in Childhood: A Global Imperative”, Psychology, Health and Medicine 22 (1), March.


___. (2017) “Rio de Janeiro: War By Any Other Name”, Small Wars Journal, April,


___. (2017) “States of Security”, Cardernos de Campos (Revista USP), Summer edition. 


___. (2017) “Citizen Security in the Americas”, International Development Policy (Special Edition), Summer edition.


___. and Aguirre, K. (2017-forthcoming) “Homicide Reduction in the Americas”, DICTAMEN (12). 


___. and Chainey, S. and Aguirre, K. (2017-forthcoming) “The Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Homicide in the Americas”, Journal of Economic Geography, Fall edition. 


___.  Wanless, J. (2016) Charting out the Digital Ecosystem of Gangs in the U.S. and Mexico”, Small Wars Journal,


___. (2015) “Next Generation DDR”, Stability Journal,


___. (2015) “A Manifesto for the Fragile City”, Journal of International Affairs,


___. (2015) “The Invisible Displaced: A Unified Approach to Displacement in Brazil”, Journal of Refugee Studies.


___. (2014) “Deconstructing the Fragile City”, Geography and Urbanization, Vol 16,

September edition,


___ (with Vilalta, C.) (2014) “Spatial Dynamics of Homicidal Violence in Ciudad Juarez” Journal of Trends in Organized Crime, 17 (3),


___. (with McDougal, T. et al) “The Way of the Gun: Estimating Firearms Trafficking Across the US-Mexico Border”, Journal of Economic Geography,


___. (with Nangani, C., Jas, M. and Fernandes, L. (2014) “Visualizing Armed Groups: The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s M23 in Focus”, Stability: International Journal of Security & Development,


___. (with Sang, F.) (2013) “The Enemy Within: Arms Availability in Sub-Saharan Africa”, Conflict, Security and Development, September edition


___. (with Gustavo, D.) (2013) “Digitally Enhanced Violence Prevention”, Stability Journal,


___. (2013) “Region in Crisis: Stabilizing Mali and the Sahel”, Special Edition of Stability Journal, July.


___. (with Pinto, A.) (2012) “Vectors of Violence: Rethinking Small Arms Control”, Medicine, Conflict and Survival, Special Edition.


___. (with Savage, K.) (2012) “Urban Violence and Humanitarian Action: Engaging the Fragile City’, Journal of Humanitarian Assistance,


___. (with Hamman, E. (2012) “Brazil’s Generous Diplomacy: Friendly Dragon or Paper Tiger”, Global Governance Special Edition. 


___. (with Sousa, A.) (2012) “Paving the Hills and Levelling the Streets: Counter-insurgency in Rio de Janeiro”, Current History, Winter Edition.


___. (2011) “O Eifeto Sul”, Revista Brasiliera de Seguranca Publica, 9.


___. (2011) “Measuring the True Costs of War: Consensus and Controversy”, PLoS Medicine Vol 8 No 2.


___. (and Kolbe, A. et al) (2010) “Mortality, Crime and Access to Basic Needs: Haiti Before and After the Quake”, Medicine, Conflict and Survival Vol 26, Issue 4.


___. (2010) “The Effects of Stabilization in Haiti”, Disasters Journal 34 (3)


___. (and Collinson, S. and Elharawy, S.) (2010) “States of Fragility: The Effects of Stabilization on Humanitarian Action”, Disasters Journal 34 (3).


___ (2010) “Critical Reflections on a Post-Quake Survey in Haiti”, Humanitarian Exchange 52. London: ODI.


___. (2010) “Rethinking Small Arms Control in Africa: Time for an Armed Violence Reduction Agenda”, Journal of Conflict, Security and Development, 10, (2): 217 – 238.


___. and Collinson, S. and Elharawy, S. (2010) “States of Fragility: Stabilization and Humanitarian Action”, HPG Working Paper. London: Overseas Development Institute (ODI). 


___. (with Colletta, N). (2009) “Promoting Post-Conflict Security”, Journal of Conflict Security and Development, 9 (4): 425 – 453.


___. (and Jutersonke, O. and Rodgers, D.) (2009) “Urban violence and Security Interventions in Central America”, Security Dialogue 40 (4-5): 373-397


___. (with Krause, K) (2009) “Closing the Gap between Peace Operations and Post-Conflict Insecurity: Towards a Violence Reduction Agenda”, International Peacekeeping 16 (1): 136-150. 


___. (and Rodgers, D.) (2009) “Gangs as Non-State Groups: The Case of Central America”, Contemporary Security Policy 32 (2): 302-317.


___. (and Colletta, N.) (2009) “Post-conflict security provision”, Journal of Security Sector Management, Cranfield.


___. (2009) ‘Du vin nouveau dans de vieilles bouteilles? L’analyse de l’impasse de la gouvernance en Haïti’, Telescope


____. (2008) “Risks and Resilience: A New Armed Violence Agenda”, Editorial for Medicine, Conflict and Survival 27 (1), London: Routledge.


___. (2008) “Comparing DDR and Durable Solutions: Some Lessons from Ethiopia’s Demobilization and Reintegration Programme’, Humanitarian Practice Exchange 41. London: ODI. (online)


___. with Krause, K. (2008) “La Violencia Armada en América Latina y el Caribe”, Hechos de Callejón, Vol 32. (online)


___. (2007) “Great Expectations: (Dis)integrated DDR in Sudan and Haiti”, Humanitarian Practice Exchange 40. London: ODI. (online)


___. (2007) “Returning and Reintegrating Displaced People: the Death-knell of 4R?” ODI HPN Exchange (December edition). (online)


 ___. (2007) “Guns and the City: Analysing Urbanisation and Armed Violence”, Small Arms Survey 2007. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (online)


___. (2007) “The Ecology of Arms Flows in Sudan”,


 ___. (2006). “Rethinking Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration in Sudan”. Humanitarian Practice Exchange 39. (online)


___.with Restrepo, J. Spagat, M., and K. Krause (2006) “Colombian Chimaera: Human Security and Armed Violence”. CCHS Bulletin, Winter Edition. (online)


___.with Ferguson, B., Restrepo, J., Spagat, M. and N. Suarez (2006) “An Ecological Analysis of the Dynamics of Armed Conflict and Internal Displacement in Colombia”, UNDP-Colombia.


___. (2006) “Emerging from the Shadow of War: DDR and Arms Reduction during Post-Conflict”, in the Journal of Contemporary Security Policy Special Edition 25 (2).


___. (2006) “Colombia’s Hydra: the Many Faces of Gun Violence”, Small Arms Survey 2006. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2006) “The Scourge of the Gun: Armed Violence Assessments in Papua New Guinea”, Small Arms Survey 2006. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. with Brauer, J. (2006) “Firearms Demand: Theory and Practice”, in the Journal of Contemporary Security Policy Special Edition 25 (2).


___. with Restrepo, J. and M. Spagat. (2006) “Colombian Chimaera: Rethinking Arms Flows and Effects in Colombia”, Small Arms Survey 2006: Looking Forward. Oxford: oxford University Press.


___. with Haley, N. (2006) “Armed Violence in Papua New Guinea: The Small Arms Dimension”, Small Arms Survey 2006: Looking Forward. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. with Glatz, A. (2006) “The Other Side of the Coin: Conceptualising the Demand for Small Arms”, Small Arms Survey 2006: Looking Forward. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. with Krause, K. (2006) “Putting Human Security to the Test: Reflections on Two Peacekeeping Missions in Haiti”, in Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations  (Autumn/Winter).


___. with Buchanan, C. (2005) No Relief: Assessing the Impacts of Gun Violence on Aid Workers. Geneva: HDC/SAS. (online)


___. (2005) “Distinguishing Means and Ends: The Counterintuitive Effects of UNHCR’s Community Development Approach in Nepal”, Journal of Refugee Studies 18 (2). (online)


___. (2005) “No Magic Bullet: A Critical Perspective on Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration and Weapons Reduction during Post-Conflict”, The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs Vol 94, No. 379. (online)


___. (2005) “Post-Conflict: Considering DDR and Arms Reduction in the Aftermath of Conflict”, Small Arms Survey: Weapons at War. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (online)


___. (2005) “A crisis turning inwards: refugee and IDP militarization in Uganda”. Humanitarian Exchange  29. London: ODI. (online)


___. (2005) “No Relief from Violence: Gun Violence and Aid Workers”. Humanitarian Practice Exchange 30, London: ODI. (online) 


___. with Meek, S., Atwood, D. and J. Brauer (2005) “Rethinking Small Arms Demand Reduction”, HFG Review. Washington DC: Henry Guggenheim Foundation. (online)


___. with Atwood, D. (2005) Motivations and Means: Addressing the Demand for Small Arms”, in CHD. Putting People First. Geneva: Henri Dunant Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue. (online)


___. (2004) Diagnosing Demand: Comparing Armed Violence in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. SSGM ANU Discussion Paper Series 2004/7. Canberra: Australia National University. (online)


___. (2004) “Appraising Vulnerability and Impoverishment Risks of IDPs in Sri Lanka”, Humanitarian Exchange 36. London: Overseas Development Institute. (online)


___. (2004) “The Anatomy of Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration in the Republic of Congo”, Journal of Conflict, Security and Development. 4: 1.


___. with Brauer, J. (2004) “Diagnosing Firearms Demand: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach”. Discussion Paper 50. School of Economics and Management. University of KwaZulu-Natal.


___. with Jayetalika, D. (2004)  “Where There is No Data: Vulnerability Assessments of IDPs in Sri Lanka’s “Uncleared” Areas”. Forced Migration Review:  Special Edition on Livelihoods Vol 20. April. (online)


___. (2004) “Small Arms and Overseas Development: The Linkages”. Special Edition of ID21 Insights. University of Sussex: IDS. (online)


___. (2004) “Where there is no information: IDP vulnerability in Sri Lanka’s ‘uncleared’ areas”, Humanitarian Exchange 34. London: ODI. (online)


___. with Alpers, P. and Connor, T. (2004) “Small Arms in the Pacific”. Small Arms Survey 2004: Rights at Risk. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


___. (2003)In the Line of Fire:  Surveying the Impacts of Small Arms on Civilians and Relief Workers”, Humanitarian Exchange 30. London: ODI. (online)


___. (2003) “A Tale of Two Solitudes: A Conceptual Review of Conflict and Development-Induced Internal Displacement and Resettlement”, Journal of International Migration. Vol. 41 (5): 1-28. (online)


___. (2003) Engineering Consent: Conflict and Development-Induced Displacement and Resettlement in Sri Lanka. Publication for the IASFM and Chulalongkorn University.


___. (2003) “Arms Hold-Up: A Role for the Development Community in Small Arms Control”, Development Quarterly Vol. 20 (2). London: Department for International Development. (online)


___. with Moser, Y. (2003) Whose Security Counts? Applying Participatory Research on Insecurity in South East Asia. Bangkok: Free Press (also in Thai, Indonesian, Burmese, Khmer and Filipino) (online)


___. (2003) “Undermining Development: The Effects of Small Arms on Human Development”, in The Small Arms Survey: A Crisis for Development. Oxford: Oxford University Press (summaries available in Russian, Arabic, French and Spanish) (online)


___. & Beasley, R. and C. Buchanan (2003) In the Line of Fire: Surveying the Perceptions of Humanitarian and Development Personnel of the Impacts of Small Arms and Light Weapons. Geneva: Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue and the Small Arms Survey (online and also available in French and Spanish)


___. (2003) Human Security Bulletin, Editorial on Small Arms Reduction for Harvard News. (online)


___. (2002) “Caught in the Crosshairs: The Humanitarian Dimensions of Small Arms Availability”, in The Small Arms Survey: Counting the Human Cost. Oxford: Oxford University Press (summaries available in Russian, Arabic, French and Spanish) (online)


___. (2002) “Resource Guide on Forced Displacement and Armed Conflict”, Forced Migration Online. Oxford: Refugee Studies Centre. (online)


___. with Griffiths, M. (2002), “Reconsidering the Tools of War”, Humanitarian Practice Network Paper 39.London: Overseas Development Institute. (online)


___. and Godnick, B and Waszink, C. (2002) “Stray Bullets: The Impacts of Small Arms Availability on Criminality in Central America”, Occasional Paper 4. Geneva: SAS. (also available in Spanish)


___. (2002), “Hard Choices: Critical Reflection on UNHCR in Nepal Refugee Camps”, HPN Exchange 22. (online)


___. and Demetriou, S. and I. Biddle (2002) “Small Arms Availability, Trade and Impacts in the Republic of Congo”, Special Report of the Small Arms Survey. Geneva: SAS. (online)


___. (2001) “After the Smoke Clears: The Social and Economic Effects of Small Arms Availability”, in The Small Arms Survey: Profiling the Problem. Oxford: Oxford University Press (online and summaries available in Russian, Arabic, French and Spanish)


___. (2001) “Why Should We Have a Humanitarian Perspective on Small Arms?” Humanitarian Exchange 19.London: Overseas Development Institute/HPN. (online)


___.  (2001) “Globalisation and Insecurity: The Direct and Indirect Effects of Small Arms”, IDS Bulletin (32) 2.Brighton: Institute for Development Studies. (online)


___.  (co-authored) Luckham, R., Ahmed, I. and S. White (2001) “Conflict and Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Assessment of the Issues and Evidence” IDS Working Paper 128. Brighton: IDS.


___. (2000) “Conflict Induced Displacement and Involuntary Resettlement in Colombia: Putting Cernea’s IRLR Model to the Test”, Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy and Management 24 (3). 


___. (2000) “Through the Developmentalists Looking Glass: Forced Displacement and Involuntary Resettlement in Colombia”, The Journal of Refugee Studies 13 (2). Oxford: OUP.


___. (2000) “Capacities in Conflict: Resettlement of Conflict-Induced Internally Displaced in Colombia”, The Eastern Anthropologist, 53 (1-2): 260-292.


___. (2000) “A South Asian View: The What and Why of Marking Small Arms and Light Weapons”, in Banerjee, D. (Ed.) Regional Approach to Small Arms Control in South Asia. Colombo: Regional Centre for Strategic Studies.


___. and Goetz, A., Gyimah-Boadi G., Hassim, S, Kaldor, M., Luckham, R., Puhovski, Z. (2000) “Democratic Institutions and Politics in Contexts of Inequality, Poverty, and Conflict: A Conceptual Framework”, IDS Working Paper 104. Brighton: IDS. (Re-published by Zed Books in 2003)


___.  (2000) “Capacidades en el Medio del Conflicto : Una evaluacion de la Respuesta Estatal en la Reubicación de la Población Desplazada en Colombia”, Revista Planeacion (25) 4. Bogotá: GoC. (online)