Journal Articles

Say my name: The effects of ethnofederalism on communal violence
We combine new subnational data on Ethiopia’s ethnofederalism to investigate how the differential status of diverse ethnic groups affects local risks of communal violence.
Juon, Andreas & Rohrbach, Livia (2022, forthcoming). Accepted at Journal of Peace Research.
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The two faces of power-sharing
We investigate the democratic effects of corporate and liberal power-sharing in 138 countries between 1946 and 2016.
Juon, Andreas & Bochsler, Daniel (2021). Journal of Peace Research.
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Power-sharing and the quality of democracy
We formulate a new theoretical framework on the contradictory effects of power-sharing institutions on the Quality of Democracy. We then assess it using disaggregated data for 70 countries between 1990 and 2016.
Bochsler, Daniel & Juon, Andreas (2021). European Political Science Review, 13(4): 411-430.
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Hurricane or fresh breeze? Disentangling the populist effect on the quality of democracy
New theory and data on the effects of populist parties of different ideologies on the Quality of Democracy.
Juon, Andreas & Bochsler, Daniel (2020). European Political Science Review 12 (3): 391-408.
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Authoritarian footprints in Central and Eastern Europe
We assess changes in the Quality of Democracy in all 19 democracies in Central and Western Europe between 1990 and 2016. We discuss the rise of populist parties, the reduced influence of the European Union, and the 2008 financial crisis.
Bochsler, Daniel & Juon, Andreas (2020). Eastern European Politics 36 (2): 167-187.
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Minorities overlooked: Group-based power-sharing and the exclusion-amid-inclusion dilemma
New theory and data on how de-jure power-sharing institutions affect the de-facto political status of ethnic micro-minorities in 105 multi-ethnic countries between 1946 and 2013.
Juon, Andreas (2020). International Political Science Review 41 (1): 89-107.
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Book Chapters

Democracy promotion through power-sharing: the role of mediators’ constitutional templates
We investigate how conflict mediators affect the adoption of power-sharing institutions around the world.
Juon, Andreas & Bochsler, Daniel (2022, forthcoming). In [Eds. TBC]: Democracy in a Fractured World. Challenges, Resilience, Innovation.

Managing self-determination struggles through decentralization
Review of theoretical, conceptual, and practical dimensions of managing secession risks through decentralization.
Juon, Andreas & Bakke, Kristin (2022, forthcoming). In: Aleksandar Pavkovic, Peter Radan & Ryan Griffiths (Eds.): Routledge Handbook on Self-Determination and Secession.

Under Review

Territorial autonomy and the trade-off between civil and communal violence
I employ new geospatial data to assess how boundaries of autonomous territorial units affect the propensity of internal minorities and local majorities to become involved in civil and communal violence.
Juon, Andreas. R&R at American Political Science Review.

Inclusion, recognition, and inter-group comparisons: The effects of power-sharing institutions on grievances
New data and theory on the effects of power-sharing institutions on mass grievances and multi-level analysis.
Juon, Andreas. R&R at Journal of Conflict Resolution.

The long-term consequences of power-sharing for ethnic salience
New data and theory on the effects of power-sharing practices and institutions on ethnic salience (ethnic self-identification and ethnic party vote) and multi-level analysis.
Juon, Andreas. Under review at World Politics.

The wrong place at the wrong time? Territorial autonomy and conflict during regime transitions
We investigate the impact of territorial autonomy on the initiation of self-determination movements (SDM), differentiating between regime transitions and stable contexts.
Juon, Andreas & Bochsler, Daniel. Under review at Comparative Political Studies.

Working Papers

Minority accommodation and majority backlashes
I discuss and empirically investigate the conditions whereby minority accommodation may engender majority backlashes in the form of protests and anti-minority violence.
Juon, Andreas. Preparing for submission.

The identity basis of constitutional power-sharing and ethnic conflict
I investigate how ethnic, territorial, and electoral guarantees for governmental power-sharing affect the risks of ethnic conflict, distinguishing between direct pathways and indirect ones via de-facto government inclusion.
Juon, Andreas. Under preparation.

Internal administrative boundaries and self-determination demands
Using new spatial data, I revisit the impact of territorial autonomy on territorial conflict. I distinguish between anti-ethnic autonomy, unified ethnic autonomy and split ethnic autonomy to derive and test novel expectations.
Juon, Andreas. In revision.

Cracking or packing minorities? Secessionism and administrative boundaries
We argue that multi-ethnic states will ‘crack’ minority groups with a perceived separatist agenda into multiple heterogeneous units. Conversely, non-threatening groups will likely be ‘packed’ into a single, homogeneous unit. Using new spatial data, we investigate our expectations.
Juon, Andreas & Müller-Crepon, Carl. Under preparation.

Majority and minority nationalism in Europe, 1815-1945
New data and theory on the interactions between majority and minority nationalist mobilization in Europe between 1815 and 1945.
Juon, Andreas (co-authors tbd). Under preparation.

Book Manuscript

Grievances, identity, and political opportunity: The effects of corporate and liberal power-sharing on democracy and ethnic conflict
Using new global data, I investigate the trade-offs of employing corporate or liberal power-sharing institutions across groups and over time.
Juon, Andreas

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