- Peace and conflict research
- Political violence
- State capacity
- Right-wing terrorism
- Civil war
- Quantitative methods
Charlotte Tandberg is a research assistant at the Centre for Research on Extremism (C-REX). She holds a MPhil degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Oslo and a BA degree in Political Science from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Her MA thesis focused on the empirical and theoretical implications of measuring State Capacity with regard to intrastate armed conflicts, while her BA thesis was concerned with perceptions of relative power and the risk of war. She has previously worked at the Department of Political Science and with the Permanent Mission of Norway to the African Union.
- Tandberg, C. (2021). The Same, Only Different: Revisiting State Capacity’s Theoretical and Empirical Implications for the Study of Intrastate Armed Conflict. University of Oslo. Master Thesis.
Tandberg, Charlotte & Ravndal, Jacob Aasland (2022). Vekst eller tilbakegang? Hvordan og hvorfor måleproblemer i terrorforskning fører til ulike konklusjoner om samme fenomen.
Ravndal, Jacob Aasland & Tandberg, Charlotte (2022). Høyreekstrem terrorisme og vold i Vest Europa 2017-2021.
Ravndal, Jacob Aasland; Tandberg, Charlotte; Jupskås, Anders Ravik & Thorstensen, Madeleine (2022). RTV Trend Report 2022 - Right-Wing Terrorism and Violence in Western Europe, 1990 - 2021. Senter for ekstremismeforskning (C-REX), Universitetet i Oslo.