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Dan Miodownik
Dan Miodownik
Political Science and International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Secessionism in multicultural states: Does sharing power prevent or encourage it?
IS Lustick, D Miodownik, RJ Eidelson
American political science review 98 (2), 209-229, 2004
3582004
The Political Legacies of Combat: Attitudes towards War and Peace among Israeli Ex-Combatants
G Grossman, D Manekin, D Miodownik
International Organization 69 (4), 981-1009, 2015
1582015
Ethnic polarization, ethnic salience, and civil war
R Bhavnani, D Miodownik
Journal of Conflict Resolution 53 (1), 30-49, 2009
1252009
Group segregation and urban violence
R Bhavnani, K Donnay, D Miodownik, M Mor, D Helbing
American Journal of Political Science 58 (1), 226-245, 2014
1092014
Three two tango: Territorial control and selective violence in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza
R Bhavnani, D Miodownik, HJ Choi
Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (11), 133-158, 2011
732011
Abstractions, ensembles, and virtualizations: simplicity and complexity in agent-based modeling
IS Lustick, D Miodownik
Comparative Politics 41 (2), 223-244, 2009
612009
REsCape: an agent-based framework for modeling resources, ethnicity, and conflict
B Ravi, D Miodownik, J Nart
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 11 (2), 7, 2008
562008
Youth bulge and civil war: Why a country’s share of young adults explains only non-ethnic wars
O Yair, D Miodownik
Conflict Management and Peace Science 33 (1), 25-44, 2016
522016
Does political decentralization exacerbate or ameliorate ethnopolitical mobilization? A test of contesting propositions
D Miodownik, B Cartrite
Political Research Quarterly 63 (4), 731-746, 2010
482010
The Puzzle of the Diffusion of Central‐Bank Independence Reforms: Insights from an Agent‐Based Simulation
O Rapaport, D Levi‐Faur, D Miodownik
Policy Studies Journal 37 (4), 695-716, 2009
422009
Receptivity to Violence in Ethnically Divided Societies: A Micro-Level Mechanism of Perceived Horizontal Inequalities
D Miodownik, L Nir
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 39 (1), 22-45, 2016
392016
Deliberative democracy and public discourse: The agent‐based argument repertoire model
IS Lustick, D Miodownik
Complexity 5 (4), 13-30, 2000
372000
Demarking political space: Territoriality and the ethnoregional party family
D Miodownik, B Cartrite
Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 12 (1), 53-82, 2006
292006
The institutionalization of identity: Micro adaptation, macro effects, and collective consequences
IS Lustick, D Miodownik
Studies in Comparative International Development 37 (2), 24-53, 2002
272002
Between replication and docking:" Adaptive agents, political institutions, and civic traditions" revisited
D Miodownik, B Cartrite, R Bhavnani
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 13 (3), 1, 2010
242010
Ethnic minority rule and civil war onset how identity salience, fiscal policy, and natural resource profiles moderate outcomes
D Miodownik, R Bhavnani
Conflict Management and Peace Science 28 (5), 438-458, 2011
222011
Geographies of violence in Jerusalem: The spatial logic of urban intergroup conflict
J Rokem, CM Weiss, D Miodownik
Political Geography 66, 88-97, 2018
212018
Violence and control in civil conflict: Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza
R Bhavnani, D Miodownik, HJ Choi
Comparative Politics 44 (1), 61-80, 2011
212011
Cultural differences and economic incentives: an agent-based study of their impact on the emergence of regional autonomy movements
D Miodownik
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 9 (4), 2006
192006
Nonstate actors in intrastate conflicts
D Miodownik, O Barak
University of Pennsylvania, 2014
182014
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