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2014 Researching ethnic relations as the outcome of political processesFlesken, Anaïd
2014 Margins, gravity, and causality: Export diversification and income levels reconsideredMau, Karsten
2014 China and socialist countries: Role change and role continuityNoesselt, Nele
2014 Umfang und Reichweite sicherheitspolitischer Reformen in MarokkoMattes, Hanspeter
2014 Too abstract to be feasible? Applying the grounded theory method in social movement researchPeters, Ina
2014 The scope and selectivity of comparative area studies: Transitional justice researchOettler, Anika
2014 Informal interference in the judiciary in new democracies: A comparison of six African and Latin American casesLlanos, Mariana / Tibi Weber, Cordula / Heyl, Charlotte / Stroh, Alexander
2014 Does violence pay? The effect of ethnic rebellion on overcoming political deprivationKoos, Carlo
2014 China's multiple role(s) in world politics: Decrypting China's North Korea strategyNoesselt, Nele
2013 Hooray for global justice? Emerging democracies in a multipolar worldCulp, Julian / Plagemann, Johannes
2013 Peace is better business, and business makes better peace: The role of the private sector in Colombian peace processesRettberg, Angelika
2013 Iran and the Arab spring: Between expectations and disillusionFürtig, Henner
2013 What drives interstate balancing? Estimations of domestic and systemic factorsAbb, Pascal
2013 Diffusion versus strategic action? The creation of West African constitutional courts revisitedStroh, Alexander / Heyl, Charlotte
2013 The Eritrean diaspora: Savior or gravedigger of the regime? Diaspora responses to the imposition of UN sanctionsHirt, Nicole
2013 Rethinking the consultation-conflict link: Lessons from Bolivia's gas sectorSchilling-Vacaflor, Almut
2013 Mind the gap: An annotated overview of datasets in the study of institutions and conflict in divided societiesAnsorg, Nadine / Basedau, Matthias / Haass, Felix / Strasheim, Julia
2013 Claims to legitimacy matter: Why sanctions fail to instigate democratization in authoritarian regimesGrauvogel, Julia / von Soest, Christian
2013 Informal institutions in autocracies: Analytical perspectives and the case of the Chinese Communist PartyKöllner, Patrick
2013 Productive power and policy change in global finance: An analysis of China's financial policy framing in the Bretton woods institutionsHeep, Sandra
2013 Contingent democrats in action: Organized labor and regime change in the Republic of NigerElischer, Sebastian
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