Jil Kamerling, M.A.
Jil Kamerling studied Political Science, Economics, and English Cultural Studies at Heidelberg University, Germany, and the University of Adelaide, Australia. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Heidelberg University in 2012 and her Master of Arts in 2015. Since 2016, she is lecturer at the Institute of Political Science, Heidelberg University.
Jil’s research interests include authoritarian survival, diffusion and cooperation of autocracies, and civil-military relations.
For additional information, please refer to the curriculum vitae.
Croissant, Aurel, Tanja Eschenauer, und Jil Kamerling. 2018. The Military and Autocratic Regime Crises, in Johannes Gerschewski and Christoph Stefes (eds.) Crisis in Autocratic Regimes, Boulder: Lynne Rienner.
Kamerling, Jil. 2017. “The International Politics of Authoritarian Rule, by Oisín Tansey”, Democratization: 1-2. doi: 10.1080/13510347.2017.1316264.
Kuehn, David, Aurel Croissant, Jil Kamerling, Hans Lueders and André Strecker. 2016. „Conditions of civilian control in new democracies”, European Political Science Review. doi: 10.1017/S1755773916000011.
Croissant, Aurel and Jil Kamerling, 2013. „Why Do Military Regimes Institutionalize?”, Asian Journal of Political Science, 21(2): 105-125. doi: 10.1080/02185377.2013.823797.
Political Roles of the Military (PRM) Dataset
The Political Roles of the Military (PRM) Data Set contains information on 120 democratic and autocratic countries and a total of 138 regime spells for the period 1999–2012. PRM provides data on military influence aggregated across regime spells as two ordinal indices, military ruler and supporter. The data set also includes single indicators and raw data for own calculations.