Referierte Aufsätze

Climate migration myths
Ingrid Boas / Carol Farbotko / Helen Adams / Harald Sterly / Simon Bush / Kees van der Geest / Hanne Wiegel / Hasan Ashraf / Andrew Baldwin / Giovanni Bettini / Suzy Blondin / Christiane Fröhlich

Climate migration myths

Nature Climate Change, forthcoming

How do international sanctions end? Towards a process-oriented, relational, and signaling perspective
Julia Grauvogel / Hana Attia

How do international sanctions end? Towards a process-oriented, relational, and signaling perspective

Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen, forthcoming

Rebels, revenue, and redistribution: The political geography of post-conflict power-sharing in Africa
Felix Haaß / Martin Ottmann

Rebels, revenue, and redistribution: The political geography of post-conflict power-sharing in Africa

British Journal of Political Science, forthcoming

 The return of racial inequalities: assessing the re-stratification of Cuban society
Katrin Hansing / Bert Hoffmann

The return of racial inequalities: assessing the re-stratification of Cuban society

Latin American Politics and Society, forthcoming

Veto Players in Post-Conflict DDR Programs: Evidence From Nepal and the DRC
Nadine Ansorg / Julia Strasheim

Veto Players in Post-Conflict DDR Programs: Evidence From Nepal and the DRC

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 13, 2019, 1, 112-130

Co-operation, Contestation and Complexity in Post-Conflict Security Sector Reform
Nadine Ansorg / Eleanor Gordon

Co-operation, Contestation and Complexity in Post-Conflict Security Sector Reform

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 13, 2019, 1, 2-24

From climate migration to Anthropocene mobilities: shifting the debate
Andrew Baldwin / Christiane Fröhlich / Delf Rothe

From climate migration to Anthropocene mobilities: shifting the debate

Mobilities, 14, 2019, 3, 289-297

Religious discrimination and religious armed conflict in sub-Saharan Africa: an obvious relationship?
Matthias Basedau / Johanna Schaefer-Kehnert

Religious discrimination and religious armed conflict in sub-Saharan Africa: an obvious relationship?

Religion, State and Society, 47, 2019, 1, 30-47

Introducing the
Matthias Basedau / Jonathan Fox / Christopher Huber / Arne Pieters / Tom Konzack / Mora Deitch

Introducing the "Religious Minorities at Risk" Dataset

Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, 25, 2019, 4

Los Estados en los márgenes: soberanía y gubernamentalidad en el principal valle cocalero peruano
Sofia Isabel Vizcarra Castillo / Christoph Heuser

Los Estados en los márgenes: soberanía y gubernamentalidad en el principal valle cocalero peruano

Sociologias, online first, 2019

Human Migration in the Era of Climate Change
Cristina Cattaneo / Michel Beine / Christiane Fröhlich / Dominic Kniveton / Inmaculada Martinez-Zarzoso / Marina Mastrorillo / Katrin Millock / Etienne Piguet / Benjamin Schraven

Human Migration in the Era of Climate Change

Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, 13, 2019, 2, 189-206

Introduction: absorbing the four methodological disruptions in democratization research?
Michael Coppedge / David Kuehn

Introduction: absorbing the four methodological disruptions in democratization research?

Democratization, 26, 2019, 1, 1-20

Social Inequality, State-centered Grievances, and Protest: Evidence from South Africa
Alexander De Juan / Eva Wegner

Social Inequality, State-centered Grievances, and Protest: Evidence from South Africa

Journal of Conflict Resolution, 63, 2019, 1, 31-58

The historical roots of cooperative behavior: Evidence from Eastern Congo
Alexander De Juan / Carlo Koos

The historical roots of cooperative behavior: Evidence from Eastern Congo

World Development, 116, 2019, 100-112

Populism and international relations: (un-)predictability, personalization, and the reinforcement of existing trends in world politics
Sandra Destradi / Johannes Plagemann

Populism and international relations: (un-)predictability, personalization, and the reinforcement of existing trends in world politics

Review of International Studies, 45, 2019, Special Issue 5 (Special Issue on Populism), 711-730

Crime, remittances, and presidential approval in Mexico
David Doyle / Ana Isabel López García

Crime, remittances, and presidential approval in Mexico

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Online First, 2019

Voter information campaigns and political accountability: Cumulative findings from a preregistered meta-analysis of coordinated trials
Thad Dunning / Guy Grossman / Macartan Humphreys / Susan D. Hyde / Craig McIntosh / Gareth Nellis / Claire L. Adida / Eric Arias / Clara Bicalho / Taylor C. Boas / Mark T. Buntaine / Simon Chauchard / Anirvan Chowdhury / Jessica Gottlieb / F. Daniel Hidalgo / Marcus Holmlund / Ryan Jablonski / Eric Kramon / Horacio Larreguy / Malte Lierl / John Marshall / Gwyneth McClendon / Marcus A. Melo / Daniel L. Nielson / Paula M. Pickering / Melina R. Platas / Pablo Querubín / Pia Raffler / Neelanjan Sircar

Voter information campaigns and political accountability: Cumulative findings from a preregistered meta-analysis of coordinated trials

Science Advances, 05, 2019, 07

The dream of ASEAN connectivity: Imagining infrastructure in Southeast Asia
Anna Fünfgeld

The dream of ASEAN connectivity: Imagining infrastructure in Southeast Asia

Pacific Affairs, 92, 2019, 02, 287-311

How Do High and Low Levels of Social Trust Affect the Long‐run Performance of Poor Economies?
Erich Gundlach / Gert Tinggaard Svendsen

How Do High and Low Levels of Social Trust Affect the Long‐run Performance of Poor Economies?

Journal of International Development, 31, 2019, 1, 3-21

The democracy dilemma: aid, power-sharing governments, and post-conflict democratization
Felix Haaß

The democracy dilemma: aid, power-sharing governments, and post-conflict democratization

Conflict Management and Peace Science, online first, 2019

Explaining divergent transformation paths in Tunisia and Egypt: The role of inter-elite trust
Mazen Hassan / Jasmin Lorch / Annette Ranko

Explaining divergent transformation paths in Tunisia and Egypt: The role of inter-elite trust

Mediterranean Politics, 2019

ViEWS: A political violence early-warning system
Håvard Hegre / Marie Allansson / Matthias Basedau / Michael Colaresi / Mihai Croicu / Hanne Fjelde / Frederick Hoyles / Lisa Hultman / Stina Högbladh / Remco Jansen / Naima Mouhleb / Sayyed Auwn Muhammad / Desirée Nilsson / Håvard Mokleiv Nygård / Gudlaug Olafsdottir / Kristina Petrova / David Randahl / Espen Geelmuyden Rød / Gerald Schneider / Nina von Uexkull / Jonas Vestby

ViEWS: A political violence early-warning system

Journal of Peace Research, 56, 2019, 2, 155-174

The Effect of Illicit Economies in the Margins of the State – The VRAEM
Christoph Heuser

The Effect of Illicit Economies in the Margins of the State – The VRAEM

Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1, 2019, 1, 23–36

‘We were forgotten’: explaining ethnic voting in Bolivia’s highlands and lowlands
Aline-Sophia Hirseland / Oliver Strijbis

‘We were forgotten’: explaining ethnic voting in Bolivia’s highlands and lowlands

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45, 2019, 11, 2006-2025

Universal love or one true religion? Experimental evidence of the ambivalent effect of religious ideas on altruism and discrimination
Lisa Hoffmann / Matthias Basedau / Simone Gobien / Sebastian Prediger

Universal love or one true religion? Experimental evidence of the ambivalent effect of religious ideas on altruism and discrimination

American Journal of Political Science, online first, 2019

Contested world order: The delegitimation of international governance
Liesbet Hooghe / Tobias Lenz / Gary Marks

Contested world order: The delegitimation of international governance

The Review of International Organizations, 14, 2019, 4, 731-743

English‐medium: schooling, social mobility, and inequality in Bangalore, India
Sazana Jayadeva

English‐medium: schooling, social mobility, and inequality in Bangalore, India

Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 50, 2019, 2

Judicial Reform – A Neglected Dimension of SSR in El Salvador
Sabine Kurtenbach

Judicial Reform – A Neglected Dimension of SSR in El Salvador

Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 13, 2019, 1, 57-74

The limits of peace in Latin America
Sabine Kurtenbach

The limits of peace in Latin America

Peacebuilding, 7, 2019, 3, 283-296

Venezuela: la protección regional multilateral de la democracia
Thomas Legler / Detlef Nolte

Venezuela: la protección regional multilateral de la democracia

Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica, 19, 2019, 02, 43-51

Legitimacy and the cognitive sources of international institutional change: the case of regional parliamentarization
Tobias Lenz / Alexandr Burilkov / Lora Anne Viola

Legitimacy and the cognitive sources of international institutional change: the case of regional parliamentarization

International Studies Quarterly, 63, 2019, 4, 1094-1107

International migration and universal healthcare access: evidence from Mexico’s ‘Seguro Popular’
Ana Isabel López García / Pedro P. Orraca-Romano

International migration and universal healthcare access: evidence from Mexico’s ‘Seguro Popular’

Oxford Development Studies, 47, 2019, 2, 171-187

The 3×1 Programme and criminal violence in Mexico
Ana Isabel López García

The 3×1 Programme and criminal violence in Mexico

Global Networks, online first, 2019

Remittances, criminal violence and voter turnout
Ana Isabel López García / Barry Maydom

Remittances, criminal violence and voter turnout

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, online first, 2019

Islamization by Secular Ruling Parties: The Case of Bangladesh
Jasmin Lorch

Islamization by Secular Ruling Parties: The Case of Bangladesh

Politics and Religion, 12, 2019, 2, 257-282

Dakar ville moderne: la médiation des entrepreneurs sénégalais en Chine
Laurence Marfaing

Dakar ville moderne: la médiation des entrepreneurs sénégalais en Chine

Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue canadienne des études africaines, 53, 2019, 1, 89-107

Les élections présidentielles de 2019 au Sénégal ou la lente ascension des nouvelles générations
Laurence Marfaing / Dirk Kohnert

Les élections présidentielles de 2019 au Sénégal ou la lente ascension des nouvelles générations

Canadian Journal of African Studies, 53, 2019, 2, 355-366

Lo bueno, lo malo, lo feo y lo necesario: pasado, presente y futuro del regionalismo Latinoamericano
Detlef Nolte

Lo bueno, lo malo, lo feo y lo necesario: pasado, presente y futuro del regionalismo Latinoamericano

Revista uruguaya de ciencia política, 28, 2019, 1, 131-156

Comparative Exceptionalism: Universality and Particularity in Foreign Policy Discourses
Nicola Nymalm / Johannes Plagemann

Comparative Exceptionalism: Universality and Particularity in Foreign Policy Discourses

International Studies Review, 21, 2019, 1, 12–37

Populism and Foreign Policy: The Case of India
Johannes Plagemann / Sandra Destradi

Populism and Foreign Policy: The Case of India

Foreign Policy Analysis, 15, 2019, 2, 283-301

The effects of energy price changes: heterogeneous welfare impacts and energy poverty in Indonesia
Sebastian Renner / Jann Lay / Michael Schleicher

The effects of energy price changes: heterogeneous welfare impacts and energy poverty in Indonesia

Environment and Development Economics, 24, 2019, 2, 180-200

A transdisciplinary approach to identifying transboundary tipping points in a contentious area: experiences from across the Jordan river region
Juan Miguel Rodriguez Lopez / Katja Tielbörger / Cornelia Claus / Christiane Fröhlich / Marc Gramberger / Jürgen Scheffran

A transdisciplinary approach to identifying transboundary tipping points in a contentious area: experiences from across the Jordan river region

Sustainability, 11, 2019, 4, 1184

India after the 2014 general elections: BJP dominance and the crisis of the third party system
Arjan H. Schakel / Chanchal Kumar Sharma / Wilfried Swenden

India after the 2014 general elections: BJP dominance and the crisis of the third party system

Regional & Federal Studies, 2019, 329-354

Why Underachievers Dominate Secret Police Organizations: Evidence from Autocratic Argentina
Adam Scharpf / Christian Gläßel

Why Underachievers Dominate Secret Police Organizations: Evidence from Autocratic Argentina

American Journal of Political Science, online first, 2019

The role and sources of agency and self-employment over the life course: micro-entrepeneurs in Kampala, Uganda
Fabian Scholtes / Daniel Neff / Florian Lampe

The role and sources of agency and self-employment over the life course: micro-entrepeneurs in Kampala, Uganda

Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 23, 2019, 4

Economic governance: Does it make or break a dominant party equilibrium? The case of India
Chanchal Kumar Sharma / Wilfried Swenden

Economic governance: Does it make or break a dominant party equilibrium? The case of India

International Political Science Review, Online first, 2019, 1-15

United Nations peacekeeping locally: enabling conflict resolution, reducing communal violence
Hannah Smidt

United Nations peacekeeping locally: enabling conflict resolution, reducing communal violence

Journal of Conflict Resolution, online first, 2019, 1-29

The AIIB in the liberal international order
Matthew D. Stephen

The AIIB in the liberal international order

The Chinese Journal of International Politics, 12, 2019, 1, 61-91

No
Julia Strasheim

No "end of the peace process": federalism and ethnic violence in Nepal

Cooperation and Conflict, 54, 2019, 1

Socio-economic well-being, contract farming and property rights: Evidence from Ghana
Susanne Johanna Väth / Simone Gobien / Michael Kirk

Socio-economic well-being, contract farming and property rights: Evidence from Ghana

Land Use Policy, 81, 2019, 878-888

At Africa’s expense? Disaggregating the employment effects of Chinese mining operations in sub-Saharan Africa
Tim Wegenast / Mario Krauser / Georg Strüver / Juliane Giesen

At Africa’s expense? Disaggregating the employment effects of Chinese mining operations in sub-Saharan Africa

World Development, 118, 2019, 39-51

Identity and world order in India’s post-Cold War foreign policy discourse
Thorsten Wojczewski

Identity and world order in India’s post-Cold War foreign policy discourse

Third World Quarterly, 40, 2019, 1, 180-198

What drives interstate balancing? Estimations of domestic and systemic factors
Pascal Abb

What drives interstate balancing? Estimations of domestic and systemic factors

International Politics, 55, 2018, 2, 279-296

Gender and the EU's Support for Security Sector Reform in Fragile Contexts
Nadine Ansorg / Toni Haastrup

Gender and the EU's Support for Security Sector Reform in Fragile Contexts

Journal of Common Market Studies, 56, 2018, 5, 1127-1143

The Multidimensional Effects of Religion on Socioeconomic Development: A Review of the Empirical Literature
Matthias Basedau / Simone Gobien / Sebastian Prediger

The Multidimensional Effects of Religion on Socioeconomic Development: A Review of the Empirical Literature

Journal of Economic Surveys, 32, 2018, 4, 1106-1133

Do expectations on oil discoveries affect civil unrest? Micro-level evidence from Mali
Matthias Basedau / Siri Aas Rustad / Elise Must

Do expectations on oil discoveries affect civil unrest? Micro-level evidence from Mali

Cogent Social Sciences, 4, 2018, 1

Deterring to Lead? Nuclear Crises, Non-State Proxies, and India’s Regional Leadership
Nicolas Blarel / Hannes Ebert

Deterring to Lead? Nuclear Crises, Non-State Proxies, and India’s Regional Leadership

Rising Powers Quarterly, 3, 2018, 1, 45-63

The “dictator’s endgame”: Explaining military behavior in nonviolent anti-incumbent mass protests
Aurel Croissant / David Kuehn / Tanja Eschenauer

The “dictator’s endgame”: Explaining military behavior in nonviolent anti-incumbent mass protests

Democracy and Security, 14, 2018, 2, 174-199

Reluctant powers? Rising powers’ contributions to regional crisis management
Sandra Destradi

Reluctant powers? Rising powers’ contributions to regional crisis management

Third World Quarterly, 39, 2018, 12, 2222-2239

Non-contributory social transfer programs in developing countries: A new dataset and research agenda
Marina Dodlova / Anna Giolbas / Jann Lay

Non-contributory social transfer programs in developing countries: A new dataset and research agenda

Data in Brief, 16, 2018, 51-64

Regional Leadership and Multipolarity in the 21st Century
Hannes Ebert / Daniel Flemes

Regional Leadership and Multipolarity in the 21st Century

Rising Powers Quarterly - Special Issue (eds.), 3, 2018, 1

Rethinking Regional Leadership in the Global Disorder
Hannes Ebert / Daniel Flemes

Rethinking Regional Leadership in the Global Disorder

Rising Powers Quarterly, 3, 2018, 1, 7-23

Rural structural change, poverty and income distribution: evidence from Peru
Insa Flachsbarth / Simone Schotte / Jann Lay / Alberto Garrido

Rural structural change, poverty and income distribution: evidence from Peru

The Journal of Economic Inequality, 16, 2018, 4, 631-653

Stuck in the Middle: Indigenous Interpreters and the Politics of Vernacularizing Prior Consultation in Peru
Riccarda Flemmer

Stuck in the Middle: Indigenous Interpreters and the Politics of Vernacularizing Prior Consultation in Peru

The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, 23, 2018, 3, 521-540

Flucht als Herausforderung neokolonialer Herrschaftsstrategien
Christiane Fröhlich

Flucht als Herausforderung neokolonialer Herrschaftsstrategien

Dekoloniale und Postkoloniale Perspektiven in der Friedens- und Konfliktforschung. Verortungen in einem ambivalenten Diskursraum, Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (ZeFKo), 2018, Sonderband 2, 99-124

Why Choice Matters: Revisiting and Comparing Measures of Democracy
Heiko Giebler / Saskia P. Ruth / Dag Tanneberg

Why Choice Matters: Revisiting and Comparing Measures of Democracy

Politics and Governance, 6, 2018, 1, 1-10

Opposition dynamism under authoritarianism: the case of Yemen, 1994–2011
Jens Heibach / Mareike Transfeld

Opposition dynamism under authoritarianism: the case of Yemen, 1994–2011

Democratization, 25, 2018, 4, 597-613

The Lack of Political Space of the Eritrean Diaspora in the Arab Gulf and Sudan: Torn Between an Autocratic Home and Authoritarian Hosts
Nicole Hirt / Abdulkader Saleh Mohammad

The Lack of Political Space of the Eritrean Diaspora in the Arab Gulf and Sudan: Torn Between an Autocratic Home and Authoritarian Hosts

Mashriq & Mahjar: Journal of Middle East and North African Migration Studies , 5, 2018, 1, 101-126

Whose New Normal? Framing the Economic Slowdown Under Xi Jinping
Heike Holbig

Whose New Normal? Framing the Economic Slowdown Under Xi Jinping

Journal of Chinese Political Science, 23, 2018, 3, 341–363

Introduction: Understanding the Development of Think Tanks in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Japan
Patrick Köllner / Xufeng Zhu / Pascal Abb

Introduction: Understanding the Development of Think Tanks in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Japan

Pacific Affairs, 91, 2018, 1, 5-26

Understanding the relation between war economies and post-war crime
Sabine Kurtenbach / Angelika Rettberg

Understanding the relation between war economies and post-war crime

Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal, 3, 2018, 1 (Special Issue: War economies and post-war crime), 1-8

Determinants of foreign land acquisitions in low- and middle-income countries
Jann Lay / Kerstin Nolte

Determinants of foreign land acquisitions in low- and middle-income countries

Journal of Economic Geography, 18, 2018, 1, 59-86

Frame Diffusion and Institutional Choice in Regional Economic Cooperation
Tobias Lenz

Frame Diffusion and Institutional Choice in Regional Economic Cooperation

International Theory, 10, 2018, 1, 31-70

Opposition visions for preserving Syria’s ethnic-sectarian mosaic
Rustum Mahmoud / Stephan Rosiny

Opposition visions for preserving Syria’s ethnic-sectarian mosaic

British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 45, 2018, 2, 231-250

Costs and Benefits of Overlapping Regional Organizations in Latin America: The Case of OAS and UNASUR
Detlef Nolte

Costs and Benefits of Overlapping Regional Organizations in Latin America: The Case of OAS and UNASUR

Latin American Politics and Society, 60, 2018, 1, 128-153

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