Publications

Journal Articles

The two faces of power-sharing
We investigate the democratic effects of power-sharing institutions in 138 countries between 1946 and 2016. Specifically, we theorize and test the differences between corporate (ethnically-based) and liberal (electoral) ones.
Juon, Andreas & Bochsler, Daniel. Accepted at Journal of Peace Research.

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 investigate the driving role of three factors: the rise of populist parties, the reduced influence of the European Union after accession, 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

Managing secession through decentralization
Review of theoretical, conceptual, and practical dimensions of managing secession risks through decentralization.
Juon, Andreas & Bakke, Kristin (2021, forthcoming). In: Aleksandar Pavkovic, Peter Radan & Ryan Griffiths (Eds.): Routledge Handbook on Self-Determination and Secession.

Under review

In the shadow of Stalin: inherited federalism and the institution-mobilization nexus
We investigate the legacies from Socialist-era autonomous areas and their impact on the emergence of ethnic self-determination movements and conflict escalation in the period after the Cold War.
Juon, Andreas & Bochsler, Daniel. Under review at Journal of Conflict Resolution.

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.
Rohrbach, Livia & Juon, Andreas. Under review at Journal of Peace Research.

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.
Juon, Andreas & Bochsler, Daniel. Under review at European Journal of Political Research.

Working Papers

Endogenous to conflict? The internal and external determinants of power-sharing
I comparatively assess the importance of internal and external factors in driving the adoption of power-sharing institutions. I focus on the role of regional diffusion, colonial legacies, Socialist ideology, and civil war mediation and intervention.
Juon, Andreas

Inherently unstable or destabilized by devilish details? A re-examination of the relationship between group autonomy and secessionist conflict
Using new spatial data on ethnic autonomy, I revisit the impact of ethnofederal institutions on territorial conflict.
Juon, Andreas

The included, the diminished, and the excluded: The uneven effects of ethnic power-sharing on the legitimacy of the political system
New data and theory on the effects of power-sharing institutions on mass grievances and multi-level analysis.
Juon, Andreas

Status equalization, reification, or threat alleviation: The effects of institutionalized power-sharing on ethnic salience
New data and theory on the effects of power-sharing institutions on ethnic salience and multi-level analysis.
Juon, Andreas

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