Peer-Reviewed Articles

Exchanging Land for Solidarity: Solidarity Transfers among Voluntarily Resettled and Non-resettled Land-Reform Beneficiaries
Simone Gobien / Björn Vollan

Exchanging Land for Solidarity: Solidarity Transfers among Voluntarily Resettled and Non-resettled Land-Reform Beneficiaries

American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 98, 2016, 3, 802-818

Security sector reform, ethnic representation and perceptions of safety: evidence from Kosovo
John Laidlaw Gray / Julia Strasheim

Security sector reform, ethnic representation and perceptions of safety: evidence from Kosovo

Civil Wars, 18, 2016, 3, 338-358

The Identity/Policy Nexus in European Foreign Policy
Kai Hebel / Tobias Lenz

The Identity/Policy Nexus in European Foreign Policy

Journal of European Public Policy, 23, 2016, 4, 473-49

Negative Classifications and the Symbolic Order of Social Inequality: Evidence from East Asia
Heike Holbig / Sighard Neckel

Negative Classifications and the Symbolic Order of Social Inequality: Evidence from East Asia

Critical Asian Studies, 48, 2016, 3, 400-421

Second-class Citizens: Naturalization Policies in Mexico
Henio Hoyo

Second-class Citizens: Naturalization Policies in Mexico

Migration letters, 13, 2016, 1, 100-115

The Institutional Presidency in Latin America: A Comparative Analysis
Magna Inácio / Mariana Llanos

The Institutional Presidency in Latin America: A Comparative Analysis

Presidential Studies Quarterly, 46, 2016, 3, 531–549

Emerging Powers and the Notion of International Responsibility: moral duty or shifting goalpost?
Kai Michael Kenkel / Marcelle Trote Martins

Emerging Powers and the Notion of International Responsibility: moral duty or shifting goalpost?

Brazilian Political Science Review, 10, 2016, 1, 1-27

Brazil and the Responsibility While Protecting Initiative: Norms and the Timing of Diplomatic Support
Kai Michael Kenkel / Cristina G. Stefan

Brazil and the Responsibility While Protecting Initiative: Norms and the Timing of Diplomatic Support

Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations, 22, 2016, 1, 41-58

Economic and ecological trade-offs of agricultural specialization at different spatial scales
Stephan Klasen / Elisabeth Hettig / et al.

Economic and ecological trade-offs of agricultural specialization at different spatial scales

Ecological Economics, 122, 2016, 111–120

The Effects of Oil Production and Ethnic Representation on Violent Conflict in Nigeria: A Mixed-Methods Approach
Carlo Koos / Jan Pierskalla

The Effects of Oil Production and Ethnic Representation on Violent Conflict in Nigeria: A Mixed-Methods Approach

Terrorism and Political Violence, 28, 2016, 5, 888-911

Does Violence Pay? The Effect of Ethnic Rebellion on Overcoming Political Deprivation
Carlo Koos

Does Violence Pay? The Effect of Ethnic Rebellion on Overcoming Political Deprivation

Conflict Management and Peace Science, 33, 2016, 1, 3-24

Informal interference in the judiciary in new democracies: a comparison of six African and Latin American cases
Mariana Llanos / Cordula Tibi Weber / Charlotte Heyl / Alexander Stroh

Informal interference in the judiciary in new democracies: a comparison of six African and Latin American cases

Democratization, 23, 2016, 7, 1236-1253

State Healthcare and the  Impact of Remittances on Turnout in Mexico
Ana Isabel López García

State Healthcare and the Impact of Remittances on Turnout in Mexico

Remittances Review, 1, 2016, 1, 65-104

Replicating Elite Dominance in Intangible Cultural Heritage Safeguarding: The Role of Local Government–Scholar Networks in China
Christina Maags / Heike Holbig

Replicating Elite Dominance in Intangible Cultural Heritage Safeguarding: The Role of Local Government–Scholar Networks in China

International Journal of Cultural Property, 23, 2016, 1, 71-97

An Unexpected Pioneer in Asia: The Enfranchisement of Foreign Residents in South Korea
Hannes B. Mosler / Luicy Pedroza

An Unexpected Pioneer in Asia: The Enfranchisement of Foreign Residents in South Korea

Ethnopolitics: Formerly Global Review of Ethnopolitics, 15, 2016, 2, 187-210

Breakthrough at Bali? Explanations, Aftermath, Implications
Amrita Narlikar / Diana Tussie

Breakthrough at Bali? Explanations, Aftermath, Implications

International Negotiation, 21, 2016, 2, 209 – 232

UNASUR: Regional Pluralism as a Strategic Outcome
Detlef Nolte / Nicolás Matías Comini

UNASUR: Regional Pluralism as a Strategic Outcome

Contexto Internacional, 38, 2016, 2, 545-565

Crossing the Ideological Divide? Egypt's Salafists and the Muslim Brotherhood after the Arab Spring
Annette Ranko / Justyna Nedza

Crossing the Ideological Divide? Egypt's Salafists and the Muslim Brotherhood after the Arab Spring

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 39, 2016, 6, 519-541

From Chávez to Maduro: Continuity and Change in Venezuelan Foreign Policy
Carlos A. Romero / Victor M. Mijares

From Chávez to Maduro: Continuity and Change in Venezuelan Foreign Policy

Contexto Internacional, 38, 2016, 1, 165-201

Natural Resource Production and the Risk of Conflict Recurrence
Vita Roy

Natural Resource Production and the Risk of Conflict Recurrence

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, online first, 2016

Communicating Authoritarian Elite Cohesion
Andreas Schedller / Bert Hoffmann

Communicating Authoritarian Elite Cohesion

Democratization, 23, 2016, 1, 93-117

Defence cooperation between Brazil and Namibia: Enduring ties across the South Atlantic
Pedro Seabra

Defence cooperation between Brazil and Namibia: Enduring ties across the South Atlantic

South African Journal of International Affairs, 23, 2016, 1, 89-106

Power-sharing, commitment problems, and armed conflict in Ukraine
Julia Strasheim

Power-sharing, commitment problems, and armed conflict in Ukraine

Civil Wars, 18, 2016, 1, 25-44

Foreign Direct Investment, Terms of Trade, and Quality Upgrading: What Is So Special about South Asia?
Konstantin M. Wacker / Philipp Grosskurth / Tabea Lakemann

Foreign Direct Investment, Terms of Trade, and Quality Upgrading: What Is So Special about South Asia?

Asian Development Review, 33, 2016, 1, 28-55

Oil, Natural Gas and Intrastate Conflict: Does ownership matter?
Tim Wegenast

Oil, Natural Gas and Intrastate Conflict: Does ownership matter?

International Interactions, 42, 2016, 1, 31-55

Vietnamese Civic Organisations: Supporters of or Obstacles to Further Democratisation? Results from an Empirical Survey
Jörg Wischermann / The Cuong Bui / Thi Viet Phuong Dang

Vietnamese Civic Organisations: Supporters of or Obstacles to Further Democratisation? Results from an Empirical Survey

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs , 35, 2016, 2, 57-88

Talking past each other: Regional and domestic resistance in the Burundian intervention scene
Stefanie Wodrig / Julia Grauvogel

Talking past each other: Regional and domestic resistance in the Burundian intervention scene

Cooperation and Conflict, 51, 2016, 3, 272– 290

China's Foreign Policy Think Tanks: Institutional Evolution and Changing Roles
Pascal Abb

China's Foreign Policy Think Tanks: Institutional Evolution and Changing Roles

Journal of Contemporary China, 24, 2015, 93, 531-553

Foreign Policy Think Tanks in China and Japan: Characteristics, Current Profile, and the Case of Collective Self-Defense
Pascal Abb / Patrick Köllner

Foreign Policy Think Tanks in China and Japan: Characteristics, Current Profile, and the Case of Collective Self-Defense

International Journal: Canada's journal of global policy analysis, 70, 2015, 4, 593–612

Regional Linkages and Global Policy Alignment: The Case of China–Southeast Asia Relations
Pascal Abb / Georg Strüver

Regional Linkages and Global Policy Alignment: The Case of China–Southeast Asia Relations

Issues & Studies, 51, 2015, 4, 33-83

Breaking the Equilibrium? New Leaders and Old Structures in the India-Pakistan Rivalry
Ishtiaq Ahmad / Hannes Ebert

Breaking the Equilibrium? New Leaders and Old Structures in the India-Pakistan Rivalry

Asian Affairs: An American Review, 42, 2015, 1, 46-75

Long-Term Monarchical Survival in the Middle East: A Configurational Comparison, 1945-2012
André Bank / Thomas Richter / Anna Sunik

Long-Term Monarchical Survival in the Middle East: A Configurational Comparison, 1945-2012

Democratization, 22, 2015, 1, 179-200

When do Religious Leaders Support Faith-Based Violence. Evidence from a Survey Poll in South Sudan
Matthias Basedau / Carlo Koos

When do Religious Leaders Support Faith-Based Violence. Evidence from a Survey Poll in South Sudan

Political Research Quarterly, 68, 2015, 4, 760-772

Intra-Religious Conflicts in Intra-State Wars
Alexander De Juan

Intra-Religious Conflicts in Intra-State Wars

Terrorism and Political Violence, 27, 2015, 4, 762-780

The Ba'thist Blackout? Selective Goods Provision and Political Violence in the Syrian Civil War
Alexander De Juan / André Bank

The Ba'thist Blackout? Selective Goods Provision and Political Violence in the Syrian Civil War

Journal of Peace Research, 52, 2015, 1, 91-104

Long-Term Environmental Change and Geographical Patterns of Violence in Darfur, 2003-2005
Alexander De Juan

Long-Term Environmental Change and Geographical Patterns of Violence in Darfur, 2003-2005

Political Geography, 45, 2015, Political Geography

The Pacifying Effects of Local Religious Institutions: An Analysis of Communal Violence in Indonesia
Alexander De Juan / Jan Pierskalla / Johannes Vüllers

The Pacifying Effects of Local Religious Institutions: An Analysis of Communal Violence in Indonesia

Political Research Quarterly , 68, 2015, 2, 211-224

Framing Political Violence: Success and Failure of Religious Mobilization in the Philippines and Thailand
Alexander De Juan / Andreas Hasenclever

Framing Political Violence: Success and Failure of Religious Mobilization in the Philippines and Thailand

Civil Wars, 17, 2015, 2, 201-221

Constrained Firms, Not Subsistence Activities: Evidence on Capital Returns and Accumulation in Peruvian Microenterprises
Marina Dodlova / Kristin Göbel / Michael Grimm / Jann Lay

Constrained Firms, Not Subsistence Activities: Evidence on Capital Returns and Accumulation in Peruvian Microenterprises

Labour Economics, 33, 2015, 94-110

Contested leadership in international relations
Daniel Flemes / Steven E. Lobell

Contested leadership in international relations

International Politics , 52, 2015, 2

Drivers of strategic contestation: The case of South America
Daniel Flemes / Leslie Wehner

Drivers of strategic contestation: The case of South America

International Politics , 52, 2015, 2, 163-177

Latin American Regionalism in a Multipolar World
Jorge F. Garzón

Latin American Regionalism in a Multipolar World

EUI Working Papers, 2015, RSCAS 2015/23

Client Perceptions of the Value of Microinsurance: Evidence from Southern Ghana
Lena Giesbert / Susan Steiner

Client Perceptions of the Value of Microinsurance: Evidence from Southern Ghana

Journal of International Development, 27, 2015, 1, 15–35

The psychological contract in Chinese-African informal labor relations
Karsten Giese / Alena Thiel

The psychological contract in Chinese-African informal labor relations

International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26, 2015, 14, 1807-1826

Chinese factor in the space, place and agency of female head porters in urban Ghana
Karsten Giese / Alena Thiel

Chinese factor in the space, place and agency of female head porters in urban Ghana

Social & Cultural Geography, 16, 2015, 4, 444-464

Regional sanctions against Burundi: the regime’s argumentative self-entrapment
Julia Grauvogel

Regional sanctions against Burundi: the regime’s argumentative self-entrapment

Journal of Modern African Studies, 53, 2015, 2, 169-191

Business and Transnational Norm-Building in Post-Westphalian Global Politics
Wolfgang Hein

Business and Transnational Norm-Building in Post-Westphalian Global Politics

International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 10, 2015, 3/4, 208 - 229

The international dimension of authoritarian regime legitimation: insights from the Cuban case
Bert Hoffmann

The international dimension of authoritarian regime legitimation: insights from the Cuban case

Journal of International Relations and Development, 18, 2015, 556–574

Latin America and Beyond: The Case for Comparative Area Studies
Bert Hoffmann

Latin America and Beyond: The Case for Comparative Area Studies

European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 2015, 100, 111-120

The Institutional Presidency from a Comparative Perspective: Argentina and Brazil since the 1980s
Magna Inácio / Mariana Llanos

The Institutional Presidency from a Comparative Perspective: Argentina and Brazil since the 1980s

Brazilian Political Science Review, 9, 2015, 1, 39 – 64

Roundtable Discussion: Studying Asian and comparative regionalism through Amitav Acharya's work
Anja Jetschke / Amitav Acharya / Philippe De Lombaerde / Hiro Katsumata / T.J. Pempel

Roundtable Discussion: Studying Asian and comparative regionalism through Amitav Acharya's work

International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 15, 2015, 3, 537-566

To repress or not to repress - regime survival strategies in the Arab Spring
Maria Josua / Mirjam Edel

To repress or not to repress - regime survival strategies in the Arab Spring

Terrorism and Political Violence, 27, 2015, 2, 289-309

Bürgerrechte und Zivilgesellschaft in China: Diskursive Rechtfertigungsstrategien im Schatten parteistaatlicher Hegemonie
Carolin Kautz / Heike Holbig

Bürgerrechte und Zivilgesellschaft in China: Diskursive Rechtfertigungsstrategien im Schatten parteistaatlicher Hegemonie

ASIEN: The German Journal on Contemporary Asia , 137, 2015, (October 2015)

Voting is not enough: youth and political citizenship in post-war societies
Sabine Kurtenbach / Janina Pawelz

Voting is not enough: youth and political citizenship in post-war societies

Peacebuilding, 3, 2015, 2, 141-156

Patterns of International Organization: Task Specific vs. General Purpose
Tobias Lenz / Jeanine Bezuijen / Liesbet Hooghe / Gary Marks

Patterns of International Organization: Task Specific vs. General Purpose

Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Sonderheft 49, 2015, 131-156

Networks, spheres of influence and the mediation of opportunity: the case of West African trade agents in China
Laurence Marfaing / Alena Thiel

Networks, spheres of influence and the mediation of opportunity: the case of West African trade agents in China

Journal of Panafrican Studies, 7, 2015, 10, 65-84

Demystifying Chinese Business Strength in Urban Senegal and Ghana: Structural Change and the Performativity of Rumours
Laurence Marfaing / Alena Thiel

Demystifying Chinese Business Strength in Urban Senegal and Ghana: Structural Change and the Performativity of Rumours

Canadian Journal of African Studies, 48, 2015, 3, 405-423

Importations de marchandises chinoises et mobilité sous-régionale en Afrique de l'ouest
Laurence Marfaing

Importations de marchandises chinoises et mobilité sous-régionale en Afrique de l'ouest

Cahiers D'etudes Africaines, LV (2), 2015, 218, 359-379

Realismo Neoclásico: ¿el retorno de los Estudios Internacionales a la Ciencia Política?
Víctor M. Mijares

Realismo Neoclásico: ¿el retorno de los Estudios Internacionales a la Ciencia Política?

Revista de Ciencia Política, 35, 2015, 3, 581-603

China’s Foreign Strategy After the 18th Party Congress: Business as Usual?
Nele Noesselt

China’s Foreign Strategy After the 18th Party Congress: Business as Usual?

Journal of Chinese Political Science, 20, 2015, 1, 17-33

Relegitimizing the Chinese Party-State: “Old” Sources of Modern Chinese Party Power
Nele Noesselt

Relegitimizing the Chinese Party-State: “Old” Sources of Modern Chinese Party Power

Asiatische Studien - Études Asiatiques, 69, 2015, 1, 213–233

Interplay of Land Governance and Large-Scale Agricultural Investment: Evidence from Ghana and Kenya
Kerstin Nolte / Susanne Johanna Väth

Interplay of Land Governance and Large-Scale Agricultural Investment: Evidence from Ghana and Kenya

Journal of Modern African Studies, 53, 2015, 1, 69-92

SMARTer indicators for decent work in a post-2015 development agenda: A proposal
Martin Ostermeier / Sarah Linde / Jann Lay / Sebastian Prediger

SMARTer indicators for decent work in a post-2015 development agenda: A proposal

International Labour Review, 154, 2015, 3, 285-302

Security, Violence, and Outlawed Martial Arts Groups in Timor-Leste
Janina Pawelz

Security, Violence, and Outlawed Martial Arts Groups in Timor-Leste

Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 3, 2015, 1, 121-136

The Democratic Potential of Enfranchising Resident Migrants
Luicy Pedroza

The Democratic Potential of Enfranchising Resident Migrants

International Migration, 53, 2015, 3, 22-35

The Moroccan Party of Justice and Development in Local Politics
Miquel Pellicer / Eva Wegner

The Moroccan Party of Justice and Development in Local Politics

Middle East Journal, 69, 2015, 1, 32-49

Is There Strength in Numbers?
Miquel Pellicer / Eva Wegner

Is There Strength in Numbers?

Middle East Law and Governance, 7, 2015, 1, 153-168

Does democratisation foster effective taxation? Evidence from Benin
Giulia Piccolino

Does democratisation foster effective taxation? Evidence from Benin

Journal of Modern African Studies, 4, 2015, 53, 557-581

Soft Sovereignty, Rising Powers and Subnational Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of India
Johannes Plagemann / Sandra Destradi

Soft Sovereignty, Rising Powers and Subnational Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of India

Globalizations, 12, 2015, 5, 728-743

Rising Powers, NGOs and North-South Relations in Global Climate Governance: The Case of Climate Finance
Miriam Prys / Thorsten Wojczewski

Rising Powers, NGOs and North-South Relations in Global Climate Governance: The Case of Climate Finance

Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies, 42, 2015, 1, 93-111

Change and Stasis: The Institutionalization of Developing Country Mitigation in the International Climate Regime
Miriam Prys-Hansen / Benedikt Franz

Change and Stasis: The Institutionalization of Developing Country Mitigation in the International Climate Regime

Diplomacy & Statecraft, 26, 2015, 4, 696-718

Hierarchy of vulnerabilities of community water organizations in Colombia
Cecilia Roa / Sandra Brown / Clara Eugenia Roa García

Hierarchy of vulnerabilities of community water organizations in Colombia

Gestión y Ambiente, 18, 2015, 2, 51-79

Assessing equity and sustainability of water allocation in Colombia
Cecilia Roa / Sandra Brown

Assessing equity and sustainability of water allocation in Colombia

Local Environment, online first, 2015, 1-29

Water laws in the Andes: A promising precedent for challenging neoliberalism
Cecilia Roa / Patricia Urteaga-Crovetto / Rocío Bustamante-Zenteno

Water laws in the Andes: A promising precedent for challenging neoliberalism

Geoforum, 64, 2015, 270-280

The challenge of urban-rural equity in water access for domestic use in Colombia
Cecilia Roa / A. Pulido-Rozo

The challenge of urban-rural equity in water access for domestic use in Colombia

Journal of Environmental Sustainability, 4, 2015, 3-15

The Rise and Demise of the IS Caliphate
Stephan Rosiny

The Rise and Demise of the IS Caliphate

Middle East Policy, XXII, 2015, 2, 94-107

Conflict Transformation through Prior Consultation?
Almut Schilling-Vacaflor / Riccarda Flemmer

Conflict Transformation through Prior Consultation?

Journal of Latin American Studies, 47, 2015, 4, 811-839

Verfälschte PISA-Ergebnisse? Zur Bildungsbenachteiligung von Migrantenkindern in Shanghai
Günter Schucher

Verfälschte PISA-Ergebnisse? Zur Bildungsbenachteiligung von Migrantenkindern in Shanghai

ASIEN. The German Journal On Contemporary Asia, 137, 2015, 6, 50-76

Institutional Diffusion, Strategic Insurance and the Creation of West African Constitutional Courts
Alexander Stroh / Charlotte Heyl

Institutional Diffusion, Strategic Insurance and the Creation of West African Constitutional Courts

Comparative Politics, 47, 2015, 2, 169-187

Are Democratic Sanctions Really Counterproductive?
Christian von Soest / Michael Wahman

Are Democratic Sanctions Really Counterproductive?

Democratization, 22, 2015, 6, 957–980

Not all Dictators Are Equal: Coups, Fraudulent Elections and the Selective Targeting of Democratic Sanctions
Christian von Soest / Michael Wahman

Not all Dictators Are Equal: Coups, Fraudulent Elections and the Selective Targeting of Democratic Sanctions

Journal of Peace Research, 52, 2015, 1, 17–31

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