Journal Papers (Peer Reviewed)
Demerew, K. “College Diversity Politics and American Higher Education: An Institutional Analysis.” Society 60 (2023): 983-993. DOI: 10.1007/s12115-023-00911-3.
Demerew, K. “Realist Perspectives on Nile Politics: Conflict and Cooperation Between Ethiopia and Egypt.” African Security 15, no. 3 (2022): 213-236. DOI: 10.1080/19392206.2022.2081763.
Demerew, K, “Elites, Rents, and Transitions: A New Institutionalist View of Ethiopia’s Political Development,” Africa Today 68, no. 3 (2022): 65-86. DOI: 10.2979/africatoday.68.3.04.
Demerew, K. “From Red Sea to the Nile: Water, Power, and Politics in Northeast Africa.” Third World Quarterly 42, no. 12 (2021): 2883-2901. DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2021.1977622.
Partaw, M. and Demerew, K. “Institutional Logic of Fragile States: From South Sudan to Afghanistan .” The Journal of the Middle East and Africa. (under review)
Demerew, K. ““Contractualist Institutions and Governmentality: Constructing Positive Sovereignty in Post-Colonial States” (Under Review)
Demerew, K. “Can Institutions Explain Mass Violence? Amhara 'Settler' Discourse and Ethiopia’s Ethnic Federalism." (Under Review)
Works In Progress
Roach, S., Hudson, D., and Demerew, K. Nile Basin Politics: Cooperative Peace, Hegemony, and the New Riparian Reality. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. (Co-editing a book under contract)
Demerew, K. “State-building on the Nile: Domestic Politics and the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.” In Roach, S., Hudson, D., and Demerew, K. Nile Basin Politics: Cooperative Peace, Hegemony, and the New Riparian Reality. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. (Book chapter -- in progress)
Demerew, K. Violence, Rents, and Institutions: Political Development and State-building in Africa. (Book manuscript – early stages)