Publications

Please click on the link below to access a list of my (single and co-authored) publications including abstracts:

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Editor-Reviewed Articles

Working Papers (under review)

Chronological List (w/o abstracts)

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Buschmann, A. (2019) Conducting a Street-Intercept Survey in an Authoritarian Regime: The Case of Myanmar, Social Science Quarterly, 100, 857-868. doi:10.1111/ssqu.12611

Buschmann, A. (2018) Introducing the Myanmar Protest Event Dataset: Motivation, Methodology and Research Prospects,
in Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 37(2), 125-142.

Buschmann, A. (2018) 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, 72(1), 295-304. [SSRN]

Under Peer Review:

Reforms, Protest, and Repression in Democratic Transition: A Hypothesis-Generating Case Study from Myanmar (2011–2015), under review

Conceptualizing Collective Memory in Historical Legacy Arguments, under review

Intangible Assets of Cyberspace: The Determinants of Internet Domain Name Sales Prices, under review

Editor Reviewed:

Why Do Hong Kong Protesters Use Pepe the Frog as an Icon for Freedom and Democracy?, in ICNC Minds of the Movement, 5 November 2019.

Book Review: Adria K. Lawrence (2013), Imperial Rule and the Politics of Nationalism: Anti-Colonial Protest in the French Empire, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013, in PArtecipazione e COnflitto [PArticipation and COnflict], 12(2), 2019.

Book Review: Phansasiri Kularb – Reporting Thailand’s Southern Conflict Mediating Political Dissent (Rethinking Southeast Asia Series), in ASIEN The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, 149, 2019.

Book Review: Phansasiri Kularb – Reporting Thailand’s Southern Conflict Mediating Political Dissent (Rethinking Southeast Asia Series), in ASIEN The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, 149, 2019.

Energy Protests in Fragile Settings: The Unruly Politics of Provisions in Egypt, Myanmar, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe, 2007–2017 (with Hossain, Aremu, Chaimite, Gukurume, Javed, da Luz,  Ojebode, Oosterom, Marston, Shankland, Tadros, Taela), in IDS Working Papers, 513, June 2018.

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.

Data:

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

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

Reports:

Authoritarian Impediments to CSO in Myanmar: Preliminary Results from the Myanmar Civil Society Survey (with Arkar Soe), 2019

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

Explaining Anti-China Protests in Myanmar, working paper

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