RON, J. & H. LAVINE, in progress. Unbridgeable Divide? Human Rights and Public Opinion in Trump’s America.
RON, J. GOLDEN; D. CROW & A. PANDYA. 2017. Taking Root: Human Rights & Public Opinion in the Global South. Oxford University Press. [Replication data available here]
RON, J 2003. Frontiers & Ghettos: State Violence in Serbia & Israel. University of California Press.
CROW, D. & J. RON. (forthcoming, March 2020). “Do Global Publics View Human Rights Organizations as Handmaidens of U.S. Empire?” Political Science Quarterly.
ZUIJDWIJK, CS, S. PENDSEY, J. RON, A. WILLIAMS, S. AKIKI, S. CHALKHORE, G. OGLE, A. AHMET. 2017. “Management of Type of Diabetes in a Limited Resource Context.” Journal of Diabetology 8/2:37-44.
FRIEDMAN-SÁNCHEZ, G., B. CAPISTRANT, J. RON, L. NOVACK, C. ZUIJDWIJK, G. OGLE. B. ANDERSON, A. MORAN, S. PENDSEY. 2017. “Caregiving for Children With Type 1 Diabetes and Clinical Outcomes in Central India: The IDREAM Study.” Pediatric Diabetes, 19/3: 527-533.
PANDYA, A. & J. RON. 2017. “Local Resources for Local Rights? The Mumbai Fundraiser’s Dilemma.” Journal of Human Rights 16/3: 370-387. [Replication data available here]
RON, J., A. PANDYA & D. CROW. 2016. “Can Human Rights Organizations in the Global South Attract More Domestic Funding?” Journal of Human Rights Practice. 8/3: 393-405 [Replication data available here]
DUPUY, K., J. RON & A. PRAKASH. 2016. “Hands Off My Regime! Governments’ Restrictions on Foreign Aid to Non-Governmental Organizations in Poor and Middle-Income Countries.” World Development. 84: 299-311. [Replication data available here ]
RON, J., A. PANDYA & D. CROW. 2016. “Universal Values, Foreign Money: Funding Local Human Rights Organizations in the Global South.” Review of International Political Economy. 23/1: 29-64 [Replication data available here]
DUPUY, K., J. RON & A. PRAKASH. 2015. “Who Survived? Ethiopia’s Regulatory Crackdown on Foreign-Funded NGOs.“ Review of International Political Economy. 22/2: 419-456
RON, J. & D. CROW. 2015, “Who Trusts Human Rights Organizations? Evidence from Three World Regions.” Human Rights Quarterly. 37/1: 188-239. [Replication data available here]
HAFNER-BURTON, E. & J. RON. 2013. “The Latin Bias: Regions, the Anglo-American Media, and Human Rights.” International Studies Quarterly. 57/3: 474-491.
KINDORNAY, S., J. RON & C. CARPENTER. 2012. “The Rights-Based Approach to Development: Implications for NGOs.” Human Rights Quarterly. 34/2: 472-506.
THOMS, O.N.T., J. RON & R. PARIS. 2010. “State-Level Effects of Transitional Justice: What do We Know?” International Journal of Transitional Justice. 4/3:329-354.
HAFNER-BURTON & J. RON. 2009. “Seeing Double: Human Rights through Quantitative and Qualitative Eyes.” World Politics. 61/2: 360-401.
HAFNER-BURTON & J. RON. 2007. “Human Rights Institutions: Rhetoric and Efficacy.” Journal of Peace Research. 44: 379-383.
THOMS, O.N.T. & J. RON. 2007. “Public Health, Conflict, & Human Rights: An Agenda for Collaborative Research.” Conflict & Health 11/1.
RAMOS, H., J. RON & O.N.T. THOMS. 2007. “Shaping the Northern Media’s Human Rights Coverage, 1986-2000.” Journal of Peace Research 44/4: 385-406.
THOMS, O.N.T. & J. RON. 2007. “Do Human Rights Violations Cause Internal Conflict?” Human Rights Quarterly 29/3:674-705.
RON, J., H. RAMOS & K. RODGERS. 2006. “What Shapes the West’s Human Rights Focus?” Contexts 3/5:23-28.
RON, J., H. RAMOS & K. RODGERS. 2005. “Transnational Information Politics: NGO Human Rights Reporting, 1986-2000.” International Studies Quarterly 49/3: 557-587.
RON, J. 2005. “Paradigm in Distress? Primary Commodities & Civil War.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 49/4: 443-455.
ENGLEBERT, P. & J. RON. 2004. “Primary Commodities and War: Congo-Brazzaville’s Ambivalent Resource Curse.” Comparative Politics 37/1: 61.
COOLEY, A. & J. RON. 2002. “The NGO Scramble: Transnational Action & Organizational Survival.” International Security 27/1: 5-39.
RON, J. 2001. “Ideology in Context: Sendero Luminoso’s Tactical Escalation.” Journal of Peace Research 38/5: 569-592.
RON, J. 2000. “Boundaries & Violence: Patterns of State Action along the Bosnia-Yugoslavia Divide.” Theory & Society 29/5: 609-647.
RON, J. 2000. “Savage Restraint: Israel, Palestine & the Dialectics of Legal Repression.” Social Problems 47/4: 445-472.
RON, J. 1997. “Varying Methods of State Violence.” International Organization 51/2: 275-300.
HAFNER-BURTON, E. & J. RON. 2007. Journal of Peace Research 44/4 – Special issue, Preventing Human Rights Abuse: Rhetoric & Reality.
RON, J., KAIRE, J., PANDYA, A. & MARTINEZ, A. 2018. “What Will it Take to Reduce NGO Dependence on Foreign Aid?” pp. 153-160 in Rodriguez-Garavito and Gomez, eds., Rising to the Populist Challenge: A New Playbook for Human Rights Actors. Bogota: Dejusticia.
RON, J. 2004. “The Organizational Dynamics of State Repression,” pp. 365-386 in Social Problems, Law, and Society, edited by A.K. Stout, R.A. Dello Buono, & W.J. Chambliss, Rowman & Littlefield.
RON, J. 2000. “Territoriality & Plausible Deniability: Serbian Paramilitaries in the Bosnian War, pp. 287-312 in Death Squads in Global Perspective: Murder with Deniability, edited by A.D. Brenner & B. Campbell, St. Martin’s Press.