SATER, J., 2017. ‘Migration and the marginality of citizenship in the Arab Gulf region: Human Security and High Modernist Tendencies'. In: NILS BUTENSCHON AND ROEL MEJJER, ed, The Crisis of Citizenship in the Arab World. Leiden: Brill, pp. 224-245.
SATER, J., 2017. ‘Patronage and Democratic Citizenship in Morocco’. In: N. BUTENSCHON and R. MEJJER, eds, The Crisis of Citizenship in the Arab World. Leiden: Brill, pp. 149-174.
SATER, J., 2017. Drafting Tunisia’s Constitution: Tensions between Constituent Power and Constituted Power in the Transition Process.
SATER, J., 2016. Morocco: Challenges to Tradition and Modernity, 2nd Edition. New York and Abingdon: Routledge.
SATER, J., 2015. 'Constitutionalism and Transitions in North Africa. Analysing conflicts between legal and extra-legal sources of constitutional rights’. London School of Economics – Challenges to Citizenship in North Africa and the Middle East Region. Collected Papers, 2(April), pp. 36-53.
SATER, J., 2014. Citizenship and Migration in Arab Gulf Monarchies. Citizenship Studies, 18(3/4),.
SATER, J., 2013. ‘Civil Society in the Maghreb. Lessons from the Arab Spring’. In: E. OBADARE, ed, Handbook on Civil Society in Africa. New York: Springer, pp. 95- 108.
SATER, J., 2013. Citizenship and Migration in Arab Gulf Monarchies. In: P. SEEBERG and Z. EYADAT, eds, Migration, Security and Citizenship in the Middle East. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 27-43.
SATER, J., 2013. Migrant Workers, Labor Rights, and Governance in Middle Income Countries. The Case of Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon. In: P. SEEBERG and Z. EYADAT, eds, Migration, Security and Citizenship in the Middle East. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 115-136.
SATER, J., 2012. Democratization and the Arab Spring in Morocco. Orient: Special Issue on Islam in Africa, 53(1), pp. 30- 37.
SATER, J., 2012. New Wine in Old Bottles: Political Parties under Mohamed VI. In: B. MADDY-WEITZMAN and D. ZISENWINE, eds, Contemporary Morocco: State, Politics, and Society under Mohamed V. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 9-23.
SATER, J., 2012. Reserve Seats, Patriarchy and Patronage in Morocco. In: J. PISCOPO, ed, The Impact of Gender Quotas. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 72-87.
SATER, J., 2010. Morocco: Challenges to Tradition and Modernity. New York and Abingdon: Routledge.
SATER, J., 2009. Elections and Authoritarian Rule in Morocco. Middle East Journal, 63(3), pp. 381-400.
SATER, J., 2009. Reforming the Rule of Law in Morocco: Multiple Meanings and Problematic Realities. Mediterranean Politics, 13(2), pp. 181-193.
SATER, J., 2008. Morocco’s Autonomy Proposal and the Western Sahara Conflict. Middle East Institute, Viewpoint Series, (March),.
SATER, J., 2007. Changing Politics from Below? Women Parliamentarians in Morocco. Democratization, 14(4), pp. 732-742.
SATER, J., 2007. Civil Society and Political Change in Morocco. New York and Abingdon: Routledge.
SATER, J., 2007. War on Terror: Responses from Morocco’s Civil Society. ACAS Bulletin, North Africa in the Vortex of the 'War on Terror' Ed. by n Jesse Benjamin and Fouzi Slisi, 77.
SATER, J., 2004. Human Rights in Moroccan Politics. Mediterranean Journal of Human Rights, 8(1), pp. 275-295.
SATER, J., 2003. Morocco after the parliamentary elections 2002. Mediterranean Politics, 8(1), pp. 135-142.
SATER, J., 2002. Civil Society, Political Change and the Private Sector in Morocco: The Case of the Employer’s Federation CGEM. Mediterranean Politics, 7(2), pp. 13-29.
SATER, J., 2002. State and Civil Society in Morocco. Journal of North African Studies, 7(3), pp. 101-118.
MEIJER, R., SATER, J. and BABBAR, Z., eds, Forthcoming. The Routledge Handbook of Citizenship in the Middle East. New York and Abingdon: Routledge.