Peer-Reviewed Articles

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

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

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, online first, 2018

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, online first, 2018

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

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, online first, 2018

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

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

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

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

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

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

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, online first, 2018

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

‘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, online first, 2018

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

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, online first, 2018

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

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, online first, 2018

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

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, online first, 2018

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

Islamization by Secular Ruling Parties: The Case of Bangladesh

Politics and Religion, online first, 2018

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

A Trade War on the Poor
Amrita Narlikar

A Trade War on the Poor

Foreign Affairs, online, 2018

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

Jumps into Democracy: Integrating the Short and Long Run in the Democratic Transition
Martin Paldam / Erich Gundlach

Jumps into Democracy: Integrating the Short and Long Run in the Democratic Transition

Kyklos, 71, 2018, 3, 456-481

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

Populism and Foreign Policy: The Case of India

Foreign Policy Analysis, online first, 2018

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

Comparative Exceptionalism: Universality and Particularity in Foreign Policy Discourses

International Studies Review, online first, 2018

A Common Transnational Agenda? Communication Network and Discourse of Political-Salafists on Twitter
Annette Ranko / Justyna Nedza / Nikolai Röhl

A Common Transnational Agenda? Communication Network and Discourse of Political-Salafists on Twitter

Mediterranean Politics, 23, 2018, 2, 286-308

Poverty and distributional effects of a carbon tax in Mexico
Sebastian Renner

Poverty and distributional effects of a carbon tax in Mexico

Energy Policy, 112, 2018, 98-110

Household welfare and CO2 emission impacts of energy and carbon taxes in Mexico
Sebastian Renner / Jann Lay / Hannes Greve

Household welfare and CO2 emission impacts of energy and carbon taxes in Mexico

Energy Economics, 72, 2018, 222-235

Contesting the hydrocarbon frontiers: State depoliticizing practices and local responses in Peru
Almut Schilling-Vacaflor / Riccarda Flemmer / Anna Hujber

Contesting the hydrocarbon frontiers: State depoliticizing practices and local responses in Peru

World Development, 108, 2018, 74-85

Why are the Elderly More Averse to Immigration when they are More Likely to Benefit? Evidence Across Countries
Simone Schotte / Hernan Winkler

Why are the Elderly More Averse to Immigration when they are More Likely to Benefit? Evidence Across Countries

International Migration Review, online first, 2018

Modi-fying Indian Federalism? Center–State Relations under Modi’s Tenure as Prime Minister
Chanchal Kumar Sharma / Wilfried Swenden

Modi-fying Indian Federalism? Center–State Relations under Modi’s Tenure as Prime Minister

Indian Politics & Policy, 1, 2018, 1, 51-82

No
Julia Strasheim

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

Cooperation and Conflict, online first, 2018

The Hard Power of Natural Resources: Oil and the Outbreak of Militarized Interstate Disputes
Georg Strüver / Tim Wegenast

The Hard Power of Natural Resources: Oil and the Outbreak of Militarized Interstate Disputes

Foreign Policy Analysis, 14, 2018, 1, 86-106

Interfirm mobility of married women in the Indian IT sector: evidence from Delhi
Jagriti Tanwar

Interfirm mobility of married women in the Indian IT sector: evidence from Delhi

Gender, Technology and Development, 22, 2018, 1, 20-39

The 15 July abortive coup and post-truth politics in Turkey
Hakkı Taş

The 15 July abortive coup and post-truth politics in Turkey

Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 18, 2018, 1, 1-19

Managing Contention: Divergent Government Responses to Youth Protests in the Arab World
Kressen Thyen

Managing Contention: Divergent Government Responses to Youth Protests in the Arab World

Middle East Law and Governance, 10, 2018, 1, 91-116

Party presidentialization in post-Suharto Indonesia
Andreas Ufen

Party presidentialization in post-Suharto Indonesia

Contemporary Politics, 24, 2018, 3, 306-324

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, online first, 2018

Do associations support authoritarian rule? Evidence from Algeria, Mozambique, and Vietnam
Jörg Wischermann / Bettina Bunk / Patrick Köllner / Jasmin Lorch

Do associations support authoritarian rule? Evidence from Algeria, Mozambique, and Vietnam

Journal of Civil Society, 14, 2018, 2, 95-115

Security sector reform in Africa: Donor approaches versus local needs
Nadine Ansorg

Security sector reform in Africa: Donor approaches versus local needs

Contemporary Security Policy, 38, 2017, 1, 129-144

The Institutionalization of International Nuclear Politics: between the Non-proliferation of Weapons and the Prevention against Accidents
Leonardo Bandarra / Patrícia Martuscelli

The Institutionalization of International Nuclear Politics: between the Non-proliferation of Weapons and the Prevention against Accidents

Brazilian Journal of International Relations, 6, 2017, 3, 543-572

The Political Dynamics of Human Mobility: Migration out of, as and into Violence
André Bank / Christiane Fröhlich / Andrea Schneiker

The Political Dynamics of Human Mobility: Migration out of, as and into Violence

Global Policy, 8, 2017, S1, 12-18

Does discrimination breed grievances—and do grievances breed violence? New evidence from an analysis of religious minorities in developing countries
Matthias Basedau / Jonathan Fox / Jan Pierskalla / Georg Strüver / Johannes Vüllers

Does discrimination breed grievances—and do grievances breed violence? New evidence from an analysis of religious minorities in developing countries

Conflict Management and Peace Science, 34, 2017, 3, 217-239

Orders of trade: regulating Accra’s Makola market
Jan Beek / Alena Thiel

Orders of trade: regulating Accra’s Makola market

The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 49, 2017, 1, 34-53

Social Policy Diffusion in South Asia
Joachim Betz / Daniel Neff

Social Policy Diffusion in South Asia

Journal of Asian Public Policy, 10, 2017, 1, 25-39

Beyond Localized Environmental Contention: Horizontal and Vertical Diffusion in a Chinese Anti-Incinerator Campaign
Maria Bondes / Thomas Johnson

Beyond Localized Environmental Contention: Horizontal and Vertical Diffusion in a Chinese Anti-Incinerator Campaign

Journal of Contemporary China, 26, 2017, 106, 504-520

Accounting for the bias against the life-cycle hypothesis in survey data: An example for Russia
Maurizio Bussolo / Simone Schotte / Mikhail Matytsin

Accounting for the bias against the life-cycle hypothesis in survey data: An example for Russia

The Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 9, 2017, 185-207

Constructing the State: Macro Strategies, Micro Incentives, and the Creation of Police Forces in Colonial Namibia
Alexander De Juan / Fabian Krautwald / Jan Pierskalla

Constructing the State: Macro Strategies, Micro Incentives, and the Creation of Police Forces in Colonial Namibia

Politics & Society, 45, 2017, 2, 269-299

The Comparative Politics of Colonialism and Its Legacies: An Introduction
Alexander De Juan / Jan Pierskalla

The Comparative Politics of Colonialism and Its Legacies: An Introduction

Politics & Society, 45, 2017, 2, 159-172

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, online first, 2017, 1-28

“Traditional” Resolution of Land Conflicts: The Survival of Precolonial Dispute Settlement in Burundi
Alexander De Juan

“Traditional” Resolution of Land Conflicts: The Survival of Precolonial Dispute Settlement in Burundi

Comparative Political Studies, 50, 2017, 13, 1835-1868

Greying the Budget: Ageing and Preferences over Public Policies
Luiz de Mello / Simone Schotte / Erwin R. Tiongson / Hernan Winkler

Greying the Budget: Ageing and Preferences over Public Policies

Kyklos, 70, 2017, 1, 70-96

Reluctance in international politics: A conceptualization
Sandra Destradi

Reluctance in international politics: A conceptualization

European Journal of International Relations, 23, 2017, 2, 315-340

India's Reluctant Approach to R2P: Lessons from Perilous Interventions
Sandra Destradi

India's Reluctant Approach to R2P: Lessons from Perilous Interventions

Global Responsibility to Protect, 9, 2017, 2, 229-236

Social Transfers and Conditionalities under Different Regime Types
Marina Dodlova / Anna Giolbas / Jann Lay

Social Transfers and Conditionalities under Different Regime Types

European Journal of Political Economy, 50, 2017, 141-156

Determinants of Chinese direct investments in the European Union
Christian Dreger / Yun Schüler-Zhou / Margot Schüller

Determinants of Chinese direct investments in the European Union

Applied Economics, 49, 2017, 42, 4231-4240

Democratic legitimacy in regional economic organizations: The European Union in comparative perspective
Francesco Duina / Tobias Lenz

Democratic legitimacy in regional economic organizations: The European Union in comparative perspective

Economy and Society, 46, 2017, 3-4, 398-431

Bound to Change: German Foreign Policy in the Networked Order
Daniel Flemes / Hannes Ebert

Bound to Change: German Foreign Policy in the Networked Order

Rising Powers Quarterly, 2, 2017, 1, 251-269

Multipolarity and the future of economic regionalism
Jorge Garzón

Multipolarity and the future of economic regionalism

International Theory, 9, 2017, 1, 101-135

Sanctions and Signals: How International Sanction Threats Trigger Protest in Targeted Regimes
Julia Grauvogel / Amanda A. Licht / Christian von Soest

Sanctions and Signals: How International Sanction Threats Trigger Protest in Targeted Regimes

International Studies Quarterly, 61, 2017, 1, 86-97

Legitimationsstrategien von Autokratien im Vergleich: Ergebnisse einer neuen Expertenumfrage
Julia Grauvogel / Christian von Soest

Legitimationsstrategien von Autokratien im Vergleich: Ergebnisse einer neuen Expertenumfrage

Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, 11, 2017, 2, 153-180

Profits from Peace: The Political Economy of Power-Sharing and Corruption
Felix Haaß / Martin Ottmann

Profits from Peace: The Political Economy of Power-Sharing and Corruption

World Development, 99, 2017, 60-74

Después del auge. Campos de poder en el valle del Monzón
Christoph Heuser

Después del auge. Campos de poder en el valle del Monzón

Revista de Ciencia Política y Gobierno, 4, 2017, 7, 105-132

Legitimation towards whom? Managing the legitimacy crisis in Algeria during the Arab Uprisings
Maria Josua

Legitimation towards whom? Managing the legitimacy crisis in Algeria during the Arab Uprisings

Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, 11, 2017, 2, 301-324

New mechanisms of participation in extractive governance: between technologies of governance and resistance work
Esben Leifsen / Maria-Therese Gustafsson / Maria A. Guzmán-Gallegos / Almut Schilling-Vacaflor

New mechanisms of participation in extractive governance: between technologies of governance and resistance work

Third World Quarterly, 38, 2017, 5, 1043-1057

Institutional pioneers in world politics: Regional institution building and the influence of the European Union
Tobias Lenz / Alexandr Burilkov

Institutional pioneers in world politics: Regional institution building and the influence of the European Union

European Journal of International Relations, 23, 2017, 3, 654-680

Legitimacy and Institutional Change in International Organizations: A Cognitive Approach
Tobias Lenz / Lora Viola

Legitimacy and Institutional Change in International Organizations: A Cognitive Approach

Review of International Studies, 43, 2017, 5, 939-961

Economic remittances, temporary migration and voter turnout in Mexico
Ana Isabel López García

Economic remittances, temporary migration and voter turnout in Mexico

Migration Studies, 2017

After Regime Change: Corporatist Organisations and Political Parties in Mexico
Ana Isabel López García

After Regime Change: Corporatist Organisations and Political Parties in Mexico

The Latin Americanist, 61, 2017, 3, 309-332

Civil society support for military coups: Bangladesh and the Philippines
Jasmin Lorch

Civil society support for military coups: Bangladesh and the Philippines

Journal of Civil Society, 13, 2017, 2, 184-201

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