Bibliography

Donald L. Horowitz

Books

  • Constitutional Change and Democracy in Indonesia (Cambridge University Press 2013)
  • Ethnic Groups in Conflict: Theories, Patterns, and Policies (1985; reissued with a new preface, 2000)(Ukranian translation, 2004).
  • Facing Ethnic Conflicts: Towards a New Realism(Rowman & Littlefield, 2004) (editor with Andreas Wimmer et al.)
  • The Deadly Ethnic Riot (2001).
  • Immigrants in Two Democracies: French and American Experience(1992) (ed. with Gerard Noiriel).
  • The Helping Professions and the Hurting Conflicts(Michigan State University Center for Advanced Study of International Development, Distinguished Speaker Series, Monograph No. 10, 1992)
  • A Democratic South Africa? Constitutional Engineering in a Divided Society (1991).
  • Community Conflict: Policy and Possibilities(Center for Conflict Studies, University of Ulster, Coleraine, Occasional Paper No. 1, 1990) (also Romanian translation).
  • Coup Theories and Officers' Motives: Sri Lanka in Comparative Perspective (1980).
  • The Courts and Social Policy (1977).
  • The Jurocracy: Government Lawyers, Agency Programs, and Judicial Decisions (1977).

Issues Edited

  • Special Editor, Public Policy in Developing Countries, 22 Policy Sciences (November 1989)
  • Special Editor, Federal Regulation of Work from Recruitment to Retirement, 49 Law & Contemporary Problems (Spring 1986)

Articles and Essays

  • Comment on "Excessive Ambitions (II)" (by Jon Elster), 8 Capitalism & Society 2-8 (2013)
  • Writing the New Rules of the Game, 35 Wilson Quarterly 52-54 (Summer 2011) (on Egypt's new electoral law)
  • Getting to No, 6 The American Interest 50-58 (Sept./Oct. 2010)
  • 'The Federalist' Abroad in the World, in The Federalist 502-532 (Ian Shapiro ed., 2009) (essay accompanying new edition of The Federalist)
  • A Federal Constituency for Belgium: Right Idea, Inadequate Method, in Electoral Engineering for a Stalled Federation (Kris Deschouwer & Philippe Van Parijs eds., Re-Bel e-book, 2009)
  • Conciliatory Institutions and Constitutional Process in Post-Conflict States, 49 William & Mary Law Review 1213-1248 (2008)
  • The Many Uses of Federalism, 55 Drake Law Review 953-966 (2007)
  • Where Have All the Parties Gone? Fraenkel and Grofman on the Alternative Vote - Yet Again, 133 Public Choice 13-23 (October 2007)
  • Constitution-Making: A Process Filled With Constraint, 12 Review of Constitutional Studies 1-17 (2006)
  • Constitutional Courts: A Primer for Decision Makers, 17 Journal of Democracy 125-137 (October 2006)
  • Electoral Systems and Their Goals: A Primer for Decision-Makers, 14 Journal of Democracy 115-27 (October 2003)(Farsi translation, 2006).
  • Strategy Takes a Holiday: Fraenkel and Grofman on the Alternative Vote, 39 Comparative Political Studies 652-662 (2006)
  • Three Ways to Make a Constitution, in Constitutional Reform: Background, Process and Impact 15-28 (Chung-Ii Wu & Yu-Shan Wu eds., Wunan Press 2006) (in Chinese)
  • Constitutional Courts: Opportunities and Pitfalls, in Towards a New Constitution in Afghanistan (Barnett Rubin ed., Maiwand 2003) (in English, Pushto, and Persian)(Uzbek translation 2004).
  • Some Realism About Constitutional Engineering, in Facing Ethnic Conflicts: Towards a New Realism 245-257 (Andreas Wimmer et al. eds., 2004).
  • The Alternative Vote and Interethnic Moderation: A Reply to Fraenkel and Grofman, 121 Public Choice 507-521 (2004).
  • A Right to Secede?, in Secession and Self-Determination, (NOMOS 45 ) 50-76 (Stephen Macedo ed., 2003).
  • Foreword: Compared to What?, 13 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law 1-6 (Summer 2003).
  • The Cracked Foundations of the Right to Secede, 14 Journal of Democracy 5-17 (April 2003).
  • Constitutional Design: Proposals Versus Processes, in The Architecture of Democracy: Constitutional Design, Conflict Management, and Democracy 15-36 (Andrew Reynolds ed., Oxford University Press, 2002).
  • Domesticating Foreign Ideas in the Adoption of New Institutions: Evidence from Fiji and Indonesia, in Sovereignty Under Challenge 197-220 (John Montgomery & Nathan Glazer eds., Transaction, 2002).
  • Eating Leftovers: Making Peace from Scraps off the Negotiating Table, in Conflict and Cooperation 293-309 (Günther Baechler & Andreas Wengers eds., NZZ Publlishing, 2002).
  • Explaining the Northern Ireland Agreement: The Sources of an Unlikely Constitutional Consensus, 32 British Journal of Political Science 193-221 (April 2002).
  • The Primordialists, in Ethnonationalism in the Contemporary World: Walker Connor and the Theory of Nationalism 78-82 (Daniele Conversi ed., Routledge, 2002).
  • The Research University: A State of Mind, 61 Akademika 129-134 (July 2002)
  • The Indonesian Electoral and Political Parties Laws: An Assessment, in Crafting Indonesian Democracy 137-147 (R. William Liddle ed., Mizan, 2001).
  • The Northern Ireland Agreement: Clear, Consociational, and Risky, in Northern Ireland and the Divided World 89-108 (John McGarry ed., Clarendon: Oxford University Press, 2001).
  • Constitutional Design: An Oxymoron?, in Designing Democratic Institutions (Nomos v. 42) 253-284 (2000) and 3 Democratic Culture 117-147 (2000).
  • Provisional Pessimism: A Reply to Van Parijs, in Designing Democratic Institutions (NOMOS 42) 321-328 (2000)
  • Group Loyalty and Ethnic Violence, in Violent Conflict in the 21st Century 89-110 (Charles Hermann et al. eds., 1999)
  • Structure and Strategy in Ethnic Conflict: A Few Steps Toward Synthesis, in Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics, 1998 345-370 (Boris Pleskovic & Joseph E. Stiglitz eds., 1999)
  • The Constitutional Logic of State Disintegration, 9 East European Constitutional Review 105-107 (Summer 2000) (reviewing Robert M. Hayden, Blueprints for a House Divided: The Constitutional Logic of the Yugoslav Conflicts (1999))
  • Self-Determination: Politics, Philosophy, and Law, in Ethnicity and Group Rights (NOMOS XXXIX) 421 (Ian Shapiro & Will Kymlicka eds., 1997), reprinted in National Self-Determination and Secession (Margaret Moore ed., 1998).
  • Encouraging Electorial Accommodation in Divided Societies, in Electoral Systems in Divided Societies: The Fiji Constitution Review 21 (Brij Lal & Peter Larmour eds., 1997).
  • The Hanging Tree: Execution and the English People, 1770-1868, 94 Mich. L. Rev. 1622 (1996) (with Sara Sun Beale).
  • Conflict and the Incentives to Political Accommodation, in Northern Ireland and the Politics of Reconciliation (Dermot Keogh & Michael H. Haltzel eds., 1994).
  • The Qur'an and the Common Law: Islamic Law Reform and the Theory of Legal Change (pts. 1 & 2), 42 Am. J. Comp. L. 233, 543 (1994).
  • Democracy in Divided Societies, J. Democracy, Oct. 1993 at 18.
  • Irredentas and Secessions: Adjacent Phenomena, Neglected Conditions, in Irredentism and International Politics 9 (N. Chazan ed., 1991), reprinted in 33 Int'l J. Comp. Soc. 118 (1993).
  • A Harvest of Hostility: Ethnic Conflict and Self-Determination After the Cold War, Def. Intelligence J., Fall 1992, at 137.
  • Comparing Democratic Systems, in The Global Resurgence of Democracy 127 (L. Diamond & M.F. Plattner eds., 1992).
  • How to Begin Thinking Comparatively About Soviet Ethnic Problems, in Thinking Theoretically About Soviet Nationalities: History and Comparison in the Study of the USSR 9 (Alexander J. Motyl ed., 1992)
  • Immigration and Group Relations in France and America, in Immigrants in Two Democracies: French and American Experience 3 (Donald L. Horowitz & Gerard Noiriel eds., 1992).
  • Ethnic and Nationalist Conflicts, in World Security: Trends and Challenges at Century's End 225 (M. Klare ed., 1991).
  • Existe-t-il un modèle européen d'integration?, in Politiques locales d'integration des minorities immigr+¬es en Europe 183 (Didier Lapeyronnie ed., 1991).
  • Ethnic Conflict Management for Policy-Makers, in Conflict and Peace-Making in Multiethnic Societies 115 (J. Montville and H. Binnendijk eds., 1990).
  • Making Moderation Pay: The Comparative Politics of Ethnic Conflict Management, in Conflict and Peace-Making in Multiethnic Societies 451 (J. Montville and H. Binnendijk eds., 1990).
  • Presidents vs. Parliaments: Comparing Democratic Systems, J. Democracy, Fall 1990, at 73.
  • Cause and Consequence in Public Policy Theory: Ethnic Policy and System Transformation in Malaysia, 22 Pol'y Sciences 249 (1989).
  • Europe and America: A Comparative Analysis of Ethnicity, 5 Revue Europeen des Migrations Internationales 47 (1989).
  • Incentives and Behavior in the Ethnic Poltics of Sri Lanka and Malaysia, Third World Q., Oct., 1989, at 18.
  • Is There a Third-World Policy Process?, 22 Pol'y Sciences 197 (1989).
  • The Constitution and the Art of Compromise, in The New Federalist Papers 37 (J. Barlow et al. eds., 1988).
  • The Voting Rights Act, in The New Federalist Papers 314 (J. Barlow et al. eds., 1988).
  • A Splitting Headache, New Republic, Feb. 23, 1987, at 33 (reviewing Y. Gooneratne, Relative Merits: A Personal Memoir of the Bandaranaike Family of Sri Lanka; S. Tambiah, Sri Lanka: Ethnic Fratricide and the Dismantling of Democracy; and M. Moore, The State and Peasant Politics in Sri Lanka).
  • Is the Presidency Failing?, Pub. Interest, Summer 1987, at 3.
  • Foreword: The Deprivatization of Labor Relations Law, Law & Contemp. Probs, Autumn 1986, at 1.
  • Justification and Excuse in the Program of the Criminal Law, Law & Contemp. Probs., Summer 1986, at 109.
  • Conflict and Accommodation: Mexican-Americans in the Cosmopolis, in Mexican-Americans in Comparative Perspective 58(W. Connor ed., 1985).
  • Decreeing Organizational Change: Judicial Supervision of Public Institutions, 1983 Duke L.J. 1265.
  • Racial Violence in the United States, in Ethnic Pluralism and Public Policy: Achieving Equality in the United States and Britain 187 (N. Glazer and K. Young eds., 1983), abridged in 37 Bulletin - American Academy of Arts and Sciences 8 (Dec. 1983).
  • 97 Pol. Sci. Q. 564 (1982). (reviewing A. Smith, The Ethnic Revival in the Modern World (1981)),
  • The Judiciary: Umpire or Empire?, 6 Law & Hum. Behav. 129 (1982).
  • Patterns of Ethnic Separatism, 23 Comp. Stud. Soc'y & Hist. 165 (1981).
  • Overcoming Barriers to the Use of Social Research in the Courts, in The Use/Misuse/Nonuse of Applied Social Research in the Courts 148 (Saks and Barron eds., 1980).
  • About-Face in Africa: The Return to Civilian Rule in Nigeria, 68 Yale Rev. 192 (1978).
  • Civil-Military Relations in a Multiethnic Society: The Case of Sri Lanka (Ceylon), 3 Asian Aff. 157 (1978).
  • The Worldwide Resurgence of Ethnicity, in U.S. International Communication Agency (Emerging Issues series, No. 78-F-125 (1978)).
  • Cultural Movements and Ethnic Change, 433 The Annals 6 (Sept. 1977)
  • The Courts as Guardians of the Public Interest, 37 Pub. Admin. Rev. 148 (1977).
  • Ethnic Identity, in Ethnicity: Theory and Experience III(Glazer and Moynihan eds., 1975).
  • Color Differentiation in the American Systems of Slavery, 3 J. Interdisciplinary Hist. 509 (1973).
  • Direct, Displaced, and Cumulative Ethnic Aggression, 6 Comp. Pol. 1 (1973).
  • Multiracial Politics in the New States: Toward a Theory of Conflict, in Issues in Comparative Politics 164 (Jackson and Stein eds., 1971).
  • Three Dimensions of Ethnic Politics, 23 World Pol. 232 (1971).

Newspaper Articles and Commentary

  • Unifying Iraq, Wall Street Journal, June 19, 2007, at A16
  • Dangerous Stalemate in Iraq, Wall Street Journal, March 14, 2006, at A18
  • The Iraq Alternative, Wall Street Journal, December 4, 2006, at A16
  • The Sunni Moment, Wall Street Journal, December 14, 2005, at A20.
  • After Apartheid, New Republic, Nov. 4, 1985.
  • The Constitution Abroad: It Could Be America's Greatest Export, L.A. Daily J., Sept. 30, 1985, at 4.
  • The Voting Rights Act at 20: Is It Being Misread By the Courts?, L.A. Daily J., Aug. 12, 1985, at 4.

Book Reviews

  • Book Review, 8 Nations and Nationalism 397-398 (2002) (reviewing Encyclopaedia of Nationalism (Athena Leoussi ed., 2001)).