Peer-Reviewed Articles

Paradoxes of Federalism?: Political Institutions and Fiscal Decentralization in Argentina and Spain
Jorge P. Gordin

Paradoxes of Federalism?: Political Institutions and Fiscal Decentralization in Argentina and Spain

Revista of Federal and Autonomic Studies, 11, 2010, 142-168

Indian Involvement in Afghanistan in the Context of the South Asian Security System
Melanie Hanif

Indian Involvement in Afghanistan in the Context of the South Asian Security System

Journal of Strategic Security, 3, 2010, 2, 13-26

Addressing Global Health Governance Challenges through a New Mechanism: The Proposal for a Committee C of the World Health Assembly
Wolfgang Hein / Ilona Kickbusch / Gaudenz Silberschmidt

Addressing Global Health Governance Challenges through a New Mechanism: The Proposal for a Committee C of the World Health Assembly

Journal of Law, Medicines & Ethics, 38, 2010, 3, 550-563

Reclaiming Legitimacy in China
Heike Holbig / Bruce Gilley

Reclaiming Legitimacy in China

Politics and Policy, 38, 2010, 3, 395-442

Crime Statistics, Law Enforcement and Talk of Crime in Costa Rica
Sebastian Huhn

Crime Statistics, Law Enforcement and Talk of Crime in Costa Rica

Journal of Social Criminology, 2010, 1-2, 105-142

La Percepción social de la inseguridad en Costa Rica, El Salvador y Nicaragua
Sebastian Huhn

La Percepción social de la inseguridad en Costa Rica, El Salvador y Nicaragua

Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 122, 2010, 149-165

Zivilisierung der Weltordnung. Normbildung durch transnationale Netzwerke
Robert Kappel / Cord Jakobeit / Ulrich Mückenberger

Zivilisierung der Weltordnung. Normbildung durch transnationale Netzwerke

Leviathan, 2010, 3, 411-427

The Successful Ghana Election of 2008: A Convenient Myth?
Dirk Kohnert / Heinz Jockers / Paul Nugent

The Successful Ghana Election of 2008: A Convenient Myth?

Journal of Modern African Studies, 48, 2010, 1, 95-115

Why is Liberal Peace-building so Difficult? Some Lessons from Central America
Sabine Kurtenbach

Why is Liberal Peace-building so Difficult? Some Lessons from Central America

European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 88, 2010, 95-110

Sequential Macro-Micro Modelling With Behavioural Microsimulations
Jann Lay

Sequential Macro-Micro Modelling With Behavioural Microsimulations

International Journal of Microsimulation, 3, 2010, 1, 24-34

Ruptura y continuidad: La caída de “Mel” Zelaya en perspectiva comparada
Mariana Llanos / Leiv Marsteintredet

Ruptura y continuidad: La caída de “Mel” Zelaya en perspectiva comparada

América Latina Hoy, 55, 2010, 173-197

Comparing ethnic party regulation in East Africa
Anika Moroff

Comparing ethnic party regulation in East Africa

Democratization, 17, 2010, 4, 750-768

Party bans in Africa - an empirical overview
Anika Moroff

Party bans in Africa - an empirical overview

Democratization, 17, 2010, 4, 618-641

Punishment and Global Order
Dirk Nabers

Punishment and Global Order

International Studies Review, 12, 2010, 1, 110-115

Exploring the Meaningfulness and Relevance of Subjective Well-being for India
Daniel Neff

Exploring the Meaningfulness and Relevance of Subjective Well-being for India

Indian Journal of Human Development, 4, 2010, 2, 329-350

How to Compare Regional Powers: Analytical Concepts and Research Topics
Detlef Nolte

How to Compare Regional Powers: Analytical Concepts and Research Topics

Review of International Studies, 36, 2010, 4, 881-901

Hegemony, Domination, Detachment: Differences in Regional Powerhood
Miriam Prys

Hegemony, Domination, Detachment: Differences in Regional Powerhood

International Studies Review, 12, 2010, 4, 479-504

Action Plan or Faction Plan? Germany's Eclectic Approach to Conflict Prevention
Frank Stengel / Christoph Weller

Action Plan or Faction Plan? Germany's Eclectic Approach to Conflict Prevention

International Peacekeeping, 17, 2010, 1, 93-107

The Power of Proximity: A Concept of Political Party Strategies Applied to the Case of Burkina Faso
Alexander Stroh

The Power of Proximity: A Concept of Political Party Strategies Applied to the Case of Burkina Faso

Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 28, 2010, 1, 1-29

The legislative and presidential elections in Indonesia in 2009
Andreas Ufen

The legislative and presidential elections in Indonesia in 2009

Electoral Studies, 29, 2010, 2, 281-285

The influence of collective property rights on grazing management in a semi-arid region
Björn Vollan / Sebastian Prediger / Markus Frölich

The influence of collective property rights on grazing management in a semi-arid region

African Journal of Agriculture and Resource Economics, 6, 2010, 1, 372-401

Cana, Café, Cacau: Agrarian Structure and Educational Inequalities in Brazil
Tim Wegenast

Cana, Café, Cacau: Agrarian Structure and Educational Inequalities in Brazil

Revista de Historia Económica – Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 28, 2010, 1, 103-137

Resource Curse or Rentier Peace? The Ambiguous Effects of Oil Wealth and Oil Dependence on Violent Conflict
Matthias Basedau / Jann Lay

Resource Curse or Rentier Peace? The Ambiguous Effects of Oil Wealth and Oil Dependence on Violent Conflict

Journal of Peace Research, 46, 2009, 6, 757-776

Oil and Diamonds as Causes of Civil War in Sub-Saharan Africa: Under what Conditions?
Matthias Basedau / Tim Wegenast

Oil and Diamonds as Causes of Civil War in Sub-Saharan Africa: Under what Conditions?

Colombia Internacional, 70, 2009, 35-59

On the Fringes of the International Community. The Making and Survival of
Martin Beck / Johannes Gerschewski

On the Fringes of the International Community. The Making and Survival of "Rogue States"

Sicherheit und Frieden/Security and Peace, 27, 2009, 2, 84-90

Myanmar und die Frage der externen Intervention: Von der
Marco Bünte

Myanmar und die Frage der externen Intervention: Von der "Responsibility to Protect" zum humanitären Dialog

Die Friedens-Warte, Journal of Peace and International Cooperation, 84, 2009, 1, 125-144

A Pact with the Devil? – Elite Alliances as Bases of Violent Religious Conflicts
Alexander De Juan

A Pact with the Devil? – Elite Alliances as Bases of Violent Religious Conflicts

Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 31, 2009, 12, 1120-1135

Das Framing religiöser Konflikte – die Rolle von Eliten in religiös konnotierten Bürgerkriegen
Alexander De Juan / Andreas Hasenclever

Das Framing religiöser Konflikte – die Rolle von Eliten in religiös konnotierten Bürgerkriegen

Identität, Institutionen und Ökonomie: Ursachen innenpolitischer Gewalt. PVS-Sonderband, 43, 2009, 178-208

Gift Exchange in the Workplace
Marina Dodlova / Maria Yudkevich

Gift Exchange in the Workplace

Human Resource Management Review, 19, 2009, 1, 23-38

Regional Power South Africa: Co-operative Hegemony Constrained by Historical Legacy
Daniel Flemes

Regional Power South Africa: Co-operative Hegemony Constrained by Historical Legacy

Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 27, 2009, 2, 153-178

Regional Powers in Contest and Engagement: Making Sense of International Relations in a Globalised World
Daniel Flemes / Adam Habib

Regional Powers in Contest and Engagement: Making Sense of International Relations in a Globalised World

South African Journal of International Affairs, 16, 2009, 2, 137-142

Brazilian Foreign Policy in the Changing World Order
Daniel Flemes

Brazilian Foreign Policy in the Changing World Order

South African Journal of International Affairs, 16, 2009, 2, 161-182

Iran and Saudi Arabia: Eternal “Gamecocks”?
Henner Fürtig

Iran and Saudi Arabia: Eternal “Gamecocks”?

Viewpoints, Special Edition, 2009, 161-163

Iran’s Sisyphean Labour – 30 Years of Spreading “Islam’s Revolutionary Message”
Henner Fürtig

Iran’s Sisyphean Labour – 30 Years of Spreading “Islam’s Revolutionary Message”

Journal of Semitic Studies, Supplement 26, 2009, 171-189

The Politics of Fiscal Decentralization, Revisited: A Typology and Comparative Evidence
Jorge P. Gordin

The Politics of Fiscal Decentralization, Revisited: A Typology and Comparative Evidence

Revue Fédéralisme-Régionalisme, 9, 2009, 2

Regionalizing Patronage? Federal Resource allocation and Party Politics in Spain
Jorge P. Gordin

Regionalizing Patronage? Federal Resource allocation and Party Politics in Spain

Regional and Federal Studies, 2009, 399-413

The Developmental Impact of the Asian Drivers on Senegal
Eric Hazard / Lotje de Vries / Mamadou Alimou Barry / Alexis Aka Anouan / Nicolas Pinaud

The Developmental Impact of the Asian Drivers on Senegal

The World Economy, 32, 2009, 11, 1563-1585

Charismatic Authority and Leadership Change: Lessons from Cuba's Post-Fidel Succession
Bert Hoffmann

Charismatic Authority and Leadership Change: Lessons from Cuba's Post-Fidel Succession

International Political Science Review, 30, 2009, 3, 229-248

The Debate on Party Legitimacy in China: A Mixed Quantitative/Qualitative Analysis
Heike Holbig / Bruce Gilley

The Debate on Party Legitimacy in China: A Mixed Quantitative/Qualitative Analysis

Journal of Contemporary China, 18, 2009, 59, 339-358

Contemporary Discourses on Violence in Central American Newspapers
Sebastian Huhn / Anika Oettler / Peter Peetz

Contemporary Discourses on Violence in Central American Newspapers

International Communication Gazette, 71, 2009, 4, 243-261

Institutionalizing ASEAN: Celebrating Europe through Network Governance
Anja Jetschke

Institutionalizing ASEAN: Celebrating Europe through Network Governance

Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 22, 2009, 3, 407-426

Decoupling Rhetoric and Practice: The Cultural Limist of ASEAN Cooperation
Anja Jetschke / Jürgen Rüland

Decoupling Rhetoric and Practice: The Cultural Limist of ASEAN Cooperation

Pacific Review, 2009, 179-202

The Making of a Social Movement: Citizen Journalism in South Korea
Thomas Kern / Sang-Hui Nam

The Making of a Social Movement: Citizen Journalism in South Korea

Current Sociology, 57, 2009, 6, 637-660

New Nationalism and Development in Africa - review article
Dirk Kohnert

New Nationalism and Development in Africa - review article

Africa Spectrum, 44, 2009, 1, 111-123

Japanese Lower House Campaigns in Transition: Manifest Changes or Fleeting Fads?
Patrick Köllner

Japanese Lower House Campaigns in Transition: Manifest Changes or Fleeting Fads?

Journal of East Asian Studies, 9, 2009, 1, 121-149

Shocks, Income Diversification and Inequality in a Growing Economy: The Case of Burkina Faso
Jann Lay / Ulf Narloch / Toman Omar Mahmoud

Shocks, Income Diversification and Inequality in a Growing Economy: The Case of Burkina Faso

African Development Review, 21, 2009, 1, 36-58

Peace and Power Sharing in Africa: A Not So Obvious Relationship
Andreas Mehler

Peace and Power Sharing in Africa: A Not So Obvious Relationship

African Affairs, 108, 2009, 432, 453-473

The Social Construction of International Institutions: The Case of ASEAN+3
Dirk Nabers

The Social Construction of International Institutions: The Case of ASEAN+3

Library of Essays in International Relations, 2009

Financial Market Access and Capital Income Inequality
Miquel Pellicer

Financial Market Access and Capital Income Inequality

Czech Journal of Economics and Finance, 58, 2009, 11-12, 554-575

Inequality Persistence through Vertical vs. Horizontal Coalitions
Miquel Pellicer

Inequality Persistence through Vertical vs. Horizontal Coalitions

Journal of Development Economics, 90, 2009, 2, 258-266

Regional Hegemon or Regional Bystander: South Africa’s Zimbabwe Policy 2000-2005
Miriam Prys

Regional Hegemon or Regional Bystander: South Africa’s Zimbabwe Policy 2000-2005

Politikon – South African Journal for Political Studies, 36, 2009, 2, 193-218

Nasser's Egypt - The Regional Power of the Middle East
Sören Scholvin

Nasser's Egypt - The Regional Power of the Middle East

Geopolitics of the Middle East, 2, 2009, 1, 73-92

Mobilizing Political Islam: Indonesia and Malaysia Compared
Andreas Ufen

Mobilizing Political Islam: Indonesia and Malaysia Compared

Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 47, 2009, 3, 308-333

The Legacy of Landlords: Educational Distribution and Development in a Comparative Perspective
Tim Wegenast

The Legacy of Landlords: Educational Distribution and Development in a Comparative Perspective

Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, 3, 2009, 1, 81-107

Más Allá de la Lógica Económica: Poder e Instituciones en los TLCs de Chile y México
Leslie Wehner

Más Allá de la Lógica Económica: Poder e Instituciones en los TLCs de Chile y México

Asian Journal of Latin American Studies, 22, 2009, 2, 47-82

Context Matters. Rethinking the Resource Curse in Sub-Saharan Africa
Matthias Basedau

Context Matters. Rethinking the Resource Curse in Sub-Saharan Africa

Africa Analyst, 3, 2008, 1, 1-17

Dezentralisierung und Demokratie in Südostasien
Marco Bünte

Dezentralisierung und Demokratie in Südostasien

Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 18, 2008, 1, 25-50

Party Systems in Africa: Problems of categorising and explaining party systems
Gero Erdmann / Matthias Basedau

Party Systems in Africa: Problems of categorising and explaining party systems

Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 26, 2008, 3, 241-258

Global Health Governance: Conflicts on Global Social Rights
Wolfgang Hein / Lars Kohlmorgen

Global Health Governance: Conflicts on Global Social Rights

Global Social Policy, 8, 2008, 1, 80-108

Why Reform Fails: The ‘Politics of Policies’ in Costa Rican Telecommunications Liberalization
Bert Hoffmann

Why Reform Fails: The ‘Politics of Policies’ in Costa Rican Telecommunications Liberalization

European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 84, 2008, 3-19

40 Years of ASEAN: Perspectives, Performance and Lessons for Change
Anja Jetschke / Jürgen Rüland

40 Years of ASEAN: Perspectives, Performance and Lessons for Change

The Pacific Review, 24, 2008, 4, 397-409

Temporal Analysis of Political Instability Through Subgroup Discovery
Daniel Lambach / Dragan Gamberger

Temporal Analysis of Political Instability Through Subgroup Discovery

Conflict Management and Peace Science, 25, 2008, 1, 19-32

Few Opportunities, Much Desperation: The Dichotomy of Non-agricultural Activities and Inequality in Western Kenya
Jann Lay / George Michuki M'Mukaria / Toman Omar Mahmoud

Few Opportunities, Much Desperation: The Dichotomy of Non-agricultural Activities and Inequality in Western Kenya

World Development, 36, 2008, 12, 2713-2732

El presidente y el Senado: los nombramientos del Poder Judicial en la Argentina democrática (1983-2006)
Mariana Llanos / Constanza Figueroa Schibber

El presidente y el Senado: los nombramientos del Poder Judicial en la Argentina democrática (1983-2006)

Desarrollo Económico, 47, 2008, 188, 607-637

Migration saisonnière, va-et-vient, migration internationale? L’exemple des Sénégalais à Nouakchott
Laurence Marfaing

Migration saisonnière, va-et-vient, migration internationale? L’exemple des Sénégalais à Nouakchott

Asylon(s) - La revue des deux asiles, Migrations et Sénégal: Pratiques, discours et politiques, 3, 2008

Odette du Puigaudeau : produit de son époque, témoin d’un temps révolu, mémoire du présent
Laurence Marfaing

Odette du Puigaudeau : produit de son époque, témoin d’un temps révolu, mémoire du présent

Revue Etoile d’Encre, ‘Entre-temps’ Mémoire et Histoire, 33-34, 2008, 196-206

The 2008 Elections in Malaysia. Uncertainties of Electoral Authoritarianism
Andreas Ufen

The 2008 Elections in Malaysia. Uncertainties of Electoral Authoritarianism

Taiwan Journal of Democracy, 2, 2008, 1, 155-169

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