Publications

Peer Reviewed:

Protest und Demokratisierung in Myanmar: Erste Erkenntnisse aus dem Myanmar Protest Event
Dataset
[Protest and Democratization in Myanmar: First Insights from the Myanmar
Protest Event Dataset], in Asiatische Studien – Études Asiatiques, forthcoming/ahead of print. [SSRN]

Introducing the Myanmar Protest Event Dataset: Motivation, Methodology and Research Prospects,
forthcoming in Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs

Non-Peer Reviewed:

Myanmar: Democratic Progress or Authoritarian Rollback?, in IAPS Dialogue, University of Nottingham, 2017.

Does the data reveal declining dictatorship in Myanmar?, in New Mandala, 2017.

Myanmar Protest Event Dataset, Version: 1.1, GESIS Data Archive, 2017

Myanmar Protest Event Dataset, Version: 1, GESIS Data Archive, 2016

Under Peer Review:

Measuring Postmaterialism Using a Street Survey in Myanmar, under review

Civil Liberties, Protest and Repression in Top-Down Democratization: Evidence from Myanmar (2011-2015), under review

Other Working Papers (available upon request):

What Protests Can Tell Us About Top-Down Democratization: An Alternative Assessment, working
paper

Explaining Youth Activism in (Post-) Authoritarian Settings: A Case Study from Myanmar, working
paper

Sinophobia, Rights-, or Environmental Consciousness? Explaining Anti-China Protests in Myanmar, working
paper

Intangible Assets of Cyberspace: The Determinants of Internet Domain Name Sales Prices, working paper

Money Parking and the Role of Delayed Development in Hong Kong’s Housing Market, working paper