New theory and data on the formation and duration of ethnic coalitions in 134 states between 1946 and 2009.
Mediation analysis on the link between power-sharing institutions, power-sharing behavior, and the likelihood of ethnic armed conflict.
Theorizing and testing scope conditions for Walter's reputation theory in the context of governmental power sharing.
Outlines and evaluates mechanisms how ethnic armed conflicts diffuse within states.
Explains which EU member states adopt parliamentary oversight institutions as a result of their adoption in other states.
We combine geographic and survey data to obtain more valid measures of ethnic inequality.
We investigate if some ethnic cleavages experience armed conflict more frequently than others.