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Publications (click the titles to access manuscripts, replication files, and appendices)
Schroeder, Theresa, and Jonathan Powell. Forthcoming. The Right Man for the Job? Gender as a Source of Civil-Military Friction. Armed Forces & Society.
Thyne, Clayton, Jonathan Powell, Sarah Parrot, and Emily VanMeter. Forthcoming. How Domestic and International Reactions to Coups Influence Regime Survival. Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Chacha, Mwita, and Jonathan Powell. Forthcoming. Economic Interdependence and Post-Coup Democratization. Democratization.
Powell, Jonathan, Trace Lasley, and Rebecca Schiel. 2016. Combating Coups d'etat in Africa, 1950-2014. Studies in Comparative International Development 51(4):482-502.
Powell, Jonathan, and Mwita Chacha. 2016. Investing in Stability: Economic Interdependence, the Capitalist Peace, and Coups d'etat. Journal of Peace Research 53(4):525-538.
Thyne, Clayton, and Jonathan Powell. 2016. Coup d'état or Coup d'Autocracy?: How Coups Influence Democratization, 1950-2008. Foreign Policy Analysis 12(2):192-213.
Powell, Jonathan, and Theresa Schroeder. 2016. Friends in Low Places?: The Conditional Effect of Trade on Women’s Status. Studies in Comparative International Development 51(2):169-188.
Powell, Jonathan. 2014. The Strategic Logic of Tolerating Rebellion. African Security Review 23(4):329-338.
Powell, Jonathan. 2014. An Assessment of the 'Democratic Coup' Theory: Democratic Trajectories in Africa, 1952-2012. African Security Review 23(3):213-224.
Powell, Jonathan. 2014. Regime Vulnerability and the Diversionary Threat of Force. Journal of Conflict Resolution 58(1):169-196.
Powell, Jonathan. 2012. Determinants of the Attempting and Outcome of Coups d’état. Journal of Conflict Resolution 56(6):1017-1040.
Powell, Jonathan, and Clayton L. Thyne. 2011. Global Instances of Coups from 1950-Present. Journal of Peace Research 48(2):249-259.
Powell, Jonathan. Leader Survival Strategies and the Onset of Civil Conflict: The Paradox of Coup-Proofing.
Powell, Jonathan, and Rebecca Schiel. Oil Wealth, Risk Acceptance, and the Seizure of Power.