Publications

Book

Islamist Opposition in Authoritarian Regimes: The Party of Justice and Deveislamistopplopment
in Morocco. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. 2011.

Peer Reviewed Journals

Social Inequality, State-Centered Grievances, and Protest – Evidence from South Africa , with Alexander De Juan, Journal of Conflict Resolution, accepted October 2016.

Local Level Accountability in a Dominant Party System: insights from South Africa,
Government and Opposition, published online: 29 March 2016

The Justice and Development Party in Moroccan Local Politics, with Miquel Pellicer,
Middle East Journal, 69, 1, 32-49, 2015

Is there strength in numbers?, with Miquel Pellicer and Francesco Cavatorta. Contri-
bution for “Research and Methodology in a Post Arab-Spring Environment: Challenges
for the Field”, Middle East Law and Governance, 7, 153-168, 2015

The Mechanical and Psychological Effects of Legal Thresholds, with Miquel Pellicer,
Electoral Studies, 33, 258-266. 2014.

Socio-Economic Voter Profile and Motives for Islamist Support in Morocco, with
Miquel Pellicer, Party Politics, 20, 1, 116-133. 2014.

Electoral Rules and Clientelistic Parties. A Regression Discontinuity Approach, with
Miquel Pellicer, Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 8, 1-33. 2013.

Left -Islamist Opposition Cooperation in Morocco, with Miquel Pellicer, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 38 (3), 303-322. 2011.

Islamist Moderation without Democratization: The Coming of Age of the Party of Justice and Development?, with Miquel Pellicer, Democratization, 16 (1), 157-175.
2009.

Altruism and its Limits: The Role of Civil and Political Rights for American and French Aid towards the Middle East and North Africa, with Miquel Pellicer, Journal
of North African Studies, 14 (1), 14, 109-121. 2009.

Autocrats and Islamists: Contenders and Containment in Egypt and Morocco, with
Holger Albrecht, Journal of North African Studies, 11 (2), 123-141. 2006.

Working Papers and Policy Papers

“The Islamist voter base during the Arab Spring: More ideology than protest?” POMEPS
Studies 24.

“Wer waehlt islamistische Parteien und warum? GIGA Focus Nahost, with Miquel
Pellicer, 08, 2014.

“Information, mobilization and demand for redistribution. A survey experiment in
South Africa”, with Miquel Pellicer and Patrizio Piraino. SALDRU Working Paper 139, 2014.

“The demand side of clientelism: the role of client’s perceptions and values”, with
Miquel Pellicer, Lindsay Benstead, Ellen Lust, Harold Kincaid, and Juanita Vasquez.
SALDRU Working Paper 140, 2014.

“The Policies for Reducing Income Inequality and Poverty in South Africa”, with Murray
Leibbrandt and Arden Finn, SALDRU Working Paper no.64. 2011.

“Inequality Traps in South Africa: An overview and research agenda”, with Miquel
Pellicer, Vimal Ranchhod, and Mare Sarr, SALDRU Working Paper no.57. 2011.

“Does Germany Need a (New) Research Ethics for the Social Sciences?”, with Claudia
Oellers, German Council for Social and Economic Data Working Paper Series, no.86.
2009.

“Morocco’s Local Elections: With a Little Help From My Friend”, with Miquel Pellicer,
Cidob Notes Internationals no. 3. [online publication]. 2009.

“Der Koenig gewinnt die Parlamentswahlen in Marokko, SWP-Aktuell 49, September
2007.

“Morocco: PJD Works at Being New and Dierent”, Arab Reform Bulletin of the
Carnegie Endowment of International Peace 4, (3), [online publication]. 2006.

“Black Box Teheran: Black Box Teheran Iranische Interessen und Fraktionen im Atomkonflikt”, with VolkerPerthes.

Book Chapters

“Politischer Islam als Soziale Bewegung im Nahen Osten und Nordafrika”, in H. Albrecht and K. Köhler (eds.):  Politischer Islam im Vorderen Orient. Zwischen Sozialbewegung, Opposition und Widerstand}, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 38-42. 2008.

“Inklusion oder Repression –Über die Kosten-Nutzen Kalküle Autoritärer Herrscher”, in M. Asseburg (ed.): Moderate Islamisten als Reformakteure,Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, 34-42. 2008.

“Islamist Inclusion and Regime Persistence. The Moroccan Win-Win Situation”, in O. Schlumberger (ed.): Debating Arab Authoritarianism: Dynamics and Durability in Non-Democratic Regimes, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 75-93. 2007.

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