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.
ZUIJDWIJK, C.S., S. PENDSEY, J. RON, G. OGLE, A. AGARWAL, N. BARROWMAN, S. CHALKHORE, S. PENSEY & A. AHMET. (Forthcoming). “The Impact of Limited and Strategic Blood Glucose Monitoring on Metabolic Control in a Type 1 Diabetes Clinic in Central India.” International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries. Accepted for publication March 12, 2020.
CROW, D. & J. RON. (2020). “Do Global Publics View Human Rights Organizations as Handmaidens of U.S. Empire?” Political Science Quarterly. 135/1: 9-35.
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.