Andreas Juon

Andreas Juon

ETH Zurich
Andreas Juon
International Conflict Research
IFW D 48.3
Haldeneggsteig 4
8092 Zurich


Andreas Juon is a Postdoc in the ETH Fellows Program and is based at the International Conflict Research Group at ETH Zurich. He obtained his PhD from University College London in 2020. He holds an MA degree in Comparative and International Studies from ETH Zurich and a BSc degree in Geography and Chinese from University of Zurich. His research focuses on how power-sharing institutions affect ethnic conflict and democratic quality. For his recently finished dissertation he has collected a novel global dataset, the Constitutional Power-Sharing Dataset. He uses this new data to investigate the effects of corporate and liberal power-sharing on minorities' and majorities' conflict outcomes and mass attitudes, in particular perceptions of discrimination and ethnic salience. In his new PostDoc project, Andreas investigates backlashes and mobilization against minority accommodation by members of majority groups.

For full information on his research and current projects, please visit his webpage


Bochsler, Daniel, and Andreas Juon. 2020. “Authoritarian Footprints in Central and Eastern Europe.” East European Politics 36(2): 167–87.
Juon, Andreas. 2020. “Minorities Overlooked: Group-Based Power-Sharing and the Exclusion-amid-Inclusion Dilemma.” International Political Science Review 41(1): 89–107.
Juon, Andreas, and Daniel Bochsler. 2020. “Hurricane or Fresh Breeze? Disentangling the Populist Effect on the Quality of Democracy.” European Political Science Review 12(3): 391–408.
Juon, Andreas, and Daniel Bochsler. “The Two Faces of Power-Sharing.” Journal of Peace Research.