New publication on micro-minorities in power-sharing systems

Ethnic power-sharing is often as exclusionary as it is inclusive. As it relies on a fixed list of groups who are to be empowered, for example by giving them preferential access to government positions and veto rights, it necessarily treats different ethnic groups unequally. However, how does it affect the political outcomes of micro-minorities, whoContinue reading “New publication on micro-minorities in power-sharing systems”