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CSES Bibliography - Books and Book Chapters ( listings)

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Aarts, K. and B. Aardal (2011). Patterns of Party Evaluations. How Democracy Works: Political Representation and Policy Congruence in Modern Societies: Essays in Honour of Jacques Thomassen. M. Rosema, B. Denters and K. Aarts. Amsterdam, Pallas Publications - Amsterdam University Press: 159-179.

Aarts, K., A. Blais, et al., Eds. (2011). Political Leaders and Democratic Elections. Comparative Politics. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Ǻberg, M. and M. Sandberg (2003). Social Capital and Democratisation: Roots of Trust in Post-Communist Poland and Ukraine. Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing.

Anderson, C. J., A. Blais, et al., Eds. (2007). Losers’ Consent: Elections and Democratic Legitimacy. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Arian, A. and M. Shamir (2001). Context and Comparison in Election Research: The Israel National Election Study. Election Studies: What's Their Use? E. Katz and Y. Warshel. Boulder, CO, Westview Press: 127-148.

Bădescu, G. (2004). Cultural Heritage and Romanian Civil Society. Pathways to Democratic Community H.-D. Klingemann, D. Fuchs, R. Inglehart and J. Zielonka. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 22.

Bajarunieni, R., J. Curtice, et al. (2009). The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems: Final Report of the 1995-96 Planning Committee. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Baldini, G. and A. Pappalardo, Eds. (2008). Elections, Electoral Systems and Volatile Voters. New York, NY, Palgrave Macmillan.

Banducci, S. A. and J. A. Karp (2004). The 2002 Election in Comparative Context. Voters' Veto. The 2002 Election in New Zealand and the Consolidation of Minority Government. J. Vowles. Auckland, NZ, Auckland University Press: 150-166.

Banducci, S. A. and J. A. Karp (2009). Electoral Systems, Efficacy, and Voter Turnout. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 109-134.

Bartle, J. and P. Belluci, Eds. (2009). Political Parties and Partisanship: Social identity and individual attitudes. Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science, Routledge.

Bernauer, J., N. Giger, et al. (2014). New Patterns of Democracy in the Countries of the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems 2. Elections and Democracy. Representation and Accountability. J. J. A. Thomassen. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 20-37.

Bernhagen, P. (2007). The Political Power of Business: Structure and Information in Public Policymaking. London, New York, Routledge.

Best, S. J. and B. Radcliff, Eds. (2005). Polling America: an Encyclopedia of Public Opinion. Westport, CT, Greenwood Press.

Birch, S. (2009). Electoral Corruption. The Sage Handbook of Comparative Politics. T. Landman and N. Robinson. London, Sage Publications: 395-409.

Birch, S. (2009). Full Participation: a Comparative Study of Compulsory Voting. New York, United Nations University Press.

Birch, S. (2016). Globalization and the Quality of Elections. Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 173-188.

Blais, A. (2000). Who Votes? To Vote or Not to Vote: The Merits and Limits of Rational Choice Theory. A. Blais. Pittsburgh, University of Pitsburgh Press.

Blais, A. (2013). Evaluating U.S. Electoral Institutions in Comparative Perspective. Representation. Elections and Beyond. J. H. Nagel and R. M. Smith. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press: 15-25.

Blais, A. and P. Loewen (2007). Electoral Systems and Evaluations of Democracy. Democratic Reform in New Brunswick. W. Cross. Toronto, Ontario, Canadian Scholars' Press: 39-57.

Caramani, D., Ed. (2008). Comparative Politics. New York, Oxford University Press.

Carter, J., G. R. Ford, et al., et al. (2001). Sizing the Problem. To Assure Pride and Confidence in the Electoral Process. Report of the National Commission on Federal Election Reform. G. R. Ford, et al. . Washington, D.C., Brookings Institution Press.

Charron, N., J. Fernández-Albertos, et al. (2013). Small is different: size, political representation and governance. The Challenge of Local Government Size. Theoretical perspectives, international experience and policy reform. S. Lago-Penas and J. Martinez-Vazquez, Edward Elgar: 55-82.

Colton, T. J. (2004). Parties, Citizens, and the Prospects for Democratic Consolidation in Russia. After the Collapse of Communism: Comparative Lessons of Transition. M. MacFaul and K. Stoner-Weiss. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 173-206.

Costa Lobo, M. and J. Curtice, Eds. (2015). Personality Politics? The Role of Leader Evaluations in Democratic Elections. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Curtice, J. and S. Hunjan (2011). Elections as Beauty Contests: Do the rules matter? Political Leaders and Democratic Elections. K. Aarts, A. Blais and H. Schmitt. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 256.

Curtice, J. and M. Lisi (2015). The Impact of Leaders in Parliamentary and Presidential Regimes. Personality Politics? The Role of Leader Evaluations in Democratic Elections. M. Costa Lobo and J. Curtice. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 63-86.

Curtice, J. and W. P. Shively (2009). Who Represents Us Best? One Member or Many? The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 171-192.

Dalton, R. J., Ed. (2004). Democratic Challenges, Democratic Choices: The Erosion of Political Support in Advanced Industrial Democracies. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Dalton, R. J. (2005). Citizen Politics: Public Opinion and Political Parties in Advanced Industrial Democracies. Washington, DC, CQ Press.

Dalton, R. J. (2010). Ideology, Partisanship, and Democratic Development. Comparing Democracies. Elections and Voting in the 21st Century. L. LeDuc, R. G. Niemi and P. Norris. London, Sage Publications: 143-166.

Dalton, R. J. and C. J. Anderson, Eds. (2011). Citizens, Context, and Choice: How Context Shapes Citizens' Electoral Choices. Comparative study of electoral systems (CSES). Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.

Dalton, R. J., D. M. Farell, et al. (2011). The Dynamics of Political Representation. How Democracy Works: Political Representation and Policy Congruence in Modern Societies: Essays in Honour of Jacques Thomassen. M. Rosema, B. Denters and K. Aarts. Amsterdam, Pallas Publications - Amsterdam University Press: 21-38.

Dalton, R. J., D. M. Farrell, et al., Eds. (2011). Political Parties and Democratic Linkage. How Parties Organize Democracy. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.

Dalton, R. J. and Y. Zhu, Eds. (2008). Party Politics in East Asia: citizens, elections, and democratic development. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner.

Farrell, D. M. and I. McAllister (2006). The Australian Electoral System: Origins, Variations and Consequences. Sydney, UNSW Press.

Fisher, S. D. (2016). Does Globalization Weaken Accountability and Representation? Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 133-153.

Formicelli, S. (2015). Personality Politics in Single-Party and Coalition Governments. Personality Politics? The Role of Leader Evaluations in Democratic Elections. M. Costa Lobo and J. Curtice. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 87-104.

Fraile, M. (2008). Political Knowledge and the Logic of Voting: A Comparative Study. Controlling Governments: Voters, Institutions, and Accountability. J. M. Maravall and I. Sanchez-Cuenca. New York, Cambridge University Press: 131-156.

Franklin, M. N. and C. Wlezien, Eds. (2002). The Future of Election Studies. Amsterdam, Pergamon.

Freire, A., M. Costa Lobo, et al., Eds. (2004). Portugal a Votos. As Eleições Legislativas de 2002. Lisboa, Portugal, Imprensa de Ciências Sociais.

Freire, A. and L. V. J. Manuel, Eds. (2015). Politicial Representation in Portugal: the years of Socialist majority 2005-2009, Edicao D'Autor.

Gallego, A. (2015). Unequal Political Participation Worldwide. New York, Cambridge University Press.

Giger, N. (2011). The Risk of Social Policy? The Electoral Consequences of Welfare State Retrenchment and Social Policy Performance in OECD Countries. London, New York, Routledge.

Grosse, A. and A. Appleton (2009). "Big Social Science" in Comparative Politics. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Gschwend, T. (2009). District Magnitude and the Comparative Study of Strategic Voting. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Hale, H. E. (2005). Why Not Parties in Russia? Democracy, Federalism, and the State. New York, NY, Cambridge University Press.

Harkness, J. A., et. al, Ed. (2010). Survey methods in multinational, multiregional, and multicultural contexts. Wiley series in survey methodology. Hoboken, N.J., Wiley.

Hausstein, B. and E. Brislinger (1998). Data and Information Transfer Between Eastern and Western Europe. Information Dissemination and Access in Russia and Eastern Europe: Problems and Solutions in East and West. R. Walker and M. F. Taylor. Netherlands, IOS Press: 77-87.

Hellwig, T. (2016). The Supply Side of Electoral Politics: How Globalization Matters for Party Strategies. Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 31-51.

Holmberg, S. (2009). Candidate Recognition in Different Electoral Systems. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Holmberg, S. and H. Oscarsson (2011). Party Leader Effects on Vote. Political Leaders and Democratic Elections. K. Aarts, A. Blais and H. Schmitt. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 256.

Howell, D. (2010). Enhancing Quality and Comparability in the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES). Survey Methods in Multicultural, Multinational, and Multiregional Contexts. J. A. Harkness, M. Braun, B. Edwardset al, Wiley: 525-534.

Howell, D. A. and K. Long Jusko (2009). Methodological Challenges: Research Opportunities and Questions for the Future. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Jackson, R. J. and D. Jackson, Eds. (1996). Comparative Government: An Introduction to Political Science. Toronto, Ontario, Prentice Hall.

Karp, J. A. (2016). Globalization and Voter Turnout in Times of Crisis. Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 190-207.

Kayser, M. A. (2014). The Elusive Economic Vote. Comparing Democracies. Elections and Voting in a Changing World. L. LeDuc, R. G. Niemi and P. Norris, Sage.

Kayser, M. A. and M. Peress (2016). The Buck Stops over There? Benchmarking Elections in the Open Economy. Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 89-111.

Kedar, O. (2009). Voting for Policy, Not Parties: How Voters Compensate for Power Sharing. New York, Cambridge University Press.

Kernell, G. (2013). Political Party Organizations, Civic Representation, and Participation. Representation: Elections and Beyond. J. H. Nagel and R. M. Smith. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press: 114-136.

Klein, M. and M. Pötschke (2000). Wahlen im sozialen Kontext: Mehrebenenanalyse des Wählerverhaltens bei den Bundestagswahlen der Jahre 1969 bis 1998. 50 Jahre Empirische Wahlforschung in Deutschland. M. Klein, W. Jagodzinski, E. Mochmann and D. Ohr. Opladen, Westdeutscher Verlag: 182-211.

Klingemann, H.-D., Ed. (2009). The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Klingemann, H.-D. (2009). The Impact of Political Institutions: A Contribution of the "Comparative Study of Electoral Systems" (CSES) to Micro-Macro Theories of Political Attitude Formation and Voting Behavior. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 3-27.

Klingemann, H.-D. and B. Weßels (2009). How Voters Cope with the Complexity of their Political Environment: Differentiation of Political Supply, Effectiveness of Political Institutions, and the Calculus of Voting. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 237-265.

Klingemann, H.-D. and B. Wessels (2001). Political Consequences of Germany's Mixed-Member System: Personalization at the Grass-Roots? Mixed Member Electoral Systems. The Best of Both Worlds? M. S. Shugart and M. P. Wattenberg. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 279-296.

Kroh, M. (2009). The Ease of Ideological Voting: Voter Sophistication and Party System Complexity. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 220-236.

Landman, T. and N. Robinson, Eds. (2009). The SAGE Handbook of Comparative Politics. London, Sage.

Listhaug, O., B. Aardal, et al. (2009). Institutional Variation and Political Support: An Analysis of CSES Data from 29 Countries. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 311-332.

Mahler, V. A., D. K. Jesuit, et al. (2013). Political Sources of Government Redistribution in High-Income Countries. Income Inequality. Economic Disparities and the Middle Class in Affluent Countries. J. C. Gornick and M. Jäntti. Stanford, California, Stanford University Press: 145-172.

Maravall, J. M. and I. Sanchez-Cuenca, Eds. (2008). Controlling Governments: Voters, Institutions, and Accountability. New York, Cambridge University Press.

Meleshevich, A. A. (2007). Party Systems in Post-Soviet Countries: A Comparative Study of Political Institutionalization in the Baltic States, Russia, and Ukraine. New York, NY, Palgrave Macmillan.

Merkel, W. and W. Krause (2014). Krise der Demokratie? Ansichten von Experten und Bürgern. Demokratie und Krise. Zum schwierigen Verhältnis von Theorie und Empirie. W. Merkel: 45-65.

Milner, H. (2002). Civic Literacy: How Informed Citizens Make Democracy Work. Hanover, NH, University Press of New England.

Mochmann, E. (1998). European Co-Operation in Social Science Data Dissemination. Information Dissemination and Access in Russia and Eastern Europe: Problems and Solutions in East and West. R. Walker and M. F. Taylor. Netherlands, IOS Press: 33-43.

Nacif, B. (2002). Understanding Party Discipline in the Mexican Chamber of Deputies; the Centralized Party Model. Legislative Politics in Latin America. S. Morgenstern and B. Nacif. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 254-284.

Neller, K. and S. I. Thaidigsmann (2007). Gelungene Identitätserweiterung durch Namensänderung? "Treue " Wähler, Zu- und Abwanderer der Linkspartei bei der Bundestagswahl 2005. Die Bundestagswahl 2005: Analysen des Wahlkampfes und der Wahlergebnisse. F. Brettschneider, O. Niedermayer and B. Weßels. Wiesbaden (Ger), VS Verlag: 421-453.

Nevitte, N., A. Blais, et al. (2009). Socioeconomic Status and Non-Voting: A Cross-National Comparative Analysis. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 85-108.

Nishizawa, Y. (2009). Economic Voting: Do Institutions Affect the Way Voters Evaluate Incumbents? The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 193-219.

Norris, P. (2001). Women's Power at the Ballot Box. Voter Turnout from 1945 to 2000: A Global Report on Political Participation. Stockholm, International IDEA: 12.

Norris, P. (2002). Ballots not Bullets: Testing the Consociational Theories of Ethnic Conflict, Electoral Systems and Democratization. The Architecture of Democracy: Constitutional Design, Conflict Management, and Democracy. A. Reynolds. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 206-247.

Norris, P. (2004). Electoral Engineering: Voting Rules and Political Behavior. New York, Cambridge University Press.

Norris, P., Ed. (2005). Radical Right: Voters and Parties in the Electoral Market. New York, NY, Cambridge University Press.

Norris, P. (2006). Ballot Structures and Legislative Behavior: Changing Role Orientations via Electoral Reform. Exporting Congress? The Influence of the U.S. Congress on World Legislatures. T. J. Power and N. C. Rae. Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press.

Norris, P. (2009). Christian conservatism in global Perspective: US Exceptionalism (again)? Christian Conservatives and American Democracy. S. Brint and J. R. Schroedel. New York, N.Y., Russell Sage.

Norris, P. (2009). The Globalization of Comparative Public Opinion Research. Sage Handbook of Comparative Politics. T. Landman and N. Robinson. London, UK, Sage: 522-540.

Norris, P. and R. Inglehart (2004). Religious Parties and Electoral Behavior. Sacred and Secular: Religion and Politics Worldwide. Cambridge (UK), Cambridge University Press: 352.

OECD (2007). Society at a Glance: OECD Social Indicators, OECD Publishing.

Ohr, D. and H. Oscarsson (2011). Leader Traits, Leader Image and Vote Choice. Political Leaders and Democratic Elections. K. Aarts, A. Blais and H. Schmitt. Oxford Oxford University Press.

Paloheimo, H., Ed. (2005). Vaalit ja demokratia Suomessa. Helsinki, WSOY.

Pardos-Prado, S. and P. Riera (2016). The attitudinal implications of the cartel party thesis: ideological convergence and political efficacy in contemporary democracies. Party Politics and Democracy in Europe. Essays in honour of Peter Mair. F. Müller-Rommel and F. Casal Bértoa. Oxon, New York, Routledge.

Patrikios, S. and G. Xezonakis (2016). Globalization, Religiosity, and Vote Choice: An Empirical Test. Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 52-67.

Powell, G. B. (2015). Ideological Trends and Changing Party System Polarization in Western Democracies. Culture, Rationality and Conceptual Flow. Politics in South Asia. S. O. Wolf, J. Schöttli, D. Frommherzet al, Springer: 17-30.

Rosema, M., B. Denters, et al., Eds. (2011). How Democracy Works. Political Representation and Policy Congruence in Modern Societies. Essays in Honour of Jacques Thomassen. Amsterdam, Pallas Publications - Amsterdam University Press.

Roßteutscher, S. (2007). CDU-Wahl 2005: Katholiken, Kirchgänger und eine protestantische Spitzenkandidatin aus dem Osten. Die Bundestagswahl 2005: Analysen des Wahlkampfes und der Wahlergebnisse. F. Brettschneider, O. Niedermayer and B. Weßels. Wiesbaden, Ger, VS Verlag: 321-348.

Rudi, T. (2009). Einstellungen zu Werten, Ideologien und Sachfragen als Determinanten des Wahlverhaltens in Mittel- und Südosteuropa. Wahlen und Wähler. Analysen aus Anlass der Bundestagswahl 2005. O. W. Gabriel, B. Weßels and J. W. Falter. Wiesbaden, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Rudi, T. (2010). Wahlentscheidungen in postsozialistischen Demokratien in Mittel- und Osteuropa. Baden-Baden, Nomos.

Saltman, R. B., V. Bankauskaite, et al., Eds. (2007). Decentralization in European health care systems. Berkshire/New York, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.

Samuels, D. (2009). Sources of Mass Partisanship in Brazil. Latin American Democratic Transformations: Institutions, Actors, Processes. W. C. Smith. Miami, University of Miami: 231-250.

Schmitt, H. (2001). Zur vergleichenden Analyse des Einflusses gesellschaftlicher Faktoren auf das Wahlverhalten: Forschungsfragen, Anlysestrategien und einige Ergebnisse. Wahlen und Wähler. Analysen aus Anlass der Bundestagswahl 1998. H.-D. Klingemann and M. Kaase. Opladen (Ger), Westdeutscher Verlag: 621-644.

Schmitt, H. (2009). Multiple Party Identification. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 137-157.

Schmitt-Beck, R. (2015). Data Bases and Statistical Systems: Political Behavior and Elections. International Encyclopedia of Social & Behavioral Sciences. J. D. Wright. Oxford, Elsevier. 5: 824-829.

Shamir, M., R. Ventura, et al. (2008). Kadima - Forward in a Dealigned Party System. The Elections in Israel - 2006. A. Arian and M. Shamir. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Transactions Publications.

Simpser, A. (2013). Why governments and parties manipulate elections: theory, practice and implications. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Thomas, K. (2016). Democratic Support and Globalization. Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 209-234.

Thomassen, J. J. A., Ed. (2014). Elections and Democracy. Representation and Accountability. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Thomassen, J. J. A. and M. Rosema (2008). Party identification revisited. Political Parties and Partisanship: Social Identity and Individual Attitudes. J. Bartle and P. Bellucci. London, Routledge: 42-59.

Thomassen, J. J. A. and H. van der Kolk (2009). Satisfaction with Democracy in Old and New Democracies. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 333-346.

Tillman, E. (2016). Has the Global Financial Crisis Changed Citizen Behaviour? Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 113-131.

Tóka, G. (2000). Politikai ismeretszint és választói magatartás: Magyarországon nemzetközi összehasonlításban. (Political Knowledge and Voting Behaviour: Hungary in Cross-National Comparison). Társadalmi Riport 2000 (Social Report 2000). T. Kolosi, I. G. Tóth and G. Vukovich. Budapest, TÁRKI: 573-590.

Tóka, G. (2002). Issue Voting and Party Systems in Central and Eastern Europe. Bürger und Demokratie in Ost und West. Studien zur politischen Kultur und zum politischen Prozess - Citizens and Democracy in East and West. Studies in Political Culture and the Political Process. D. Fuchs, E. Roller and B. Wessels. Opladen (Ger), Westdeutscher Verlag: 169-185.

Tóka, G. (2009). Expressive Versus Instrumental Motivation of Turnout, Partisanship and Political Learning. The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. H.-D. Klingemann. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 269-288.

Vowles, J. (2016). Globalization, Government Debt, Government Agency, and Political Efficacy: A Cross-National Comparison. Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 155-171.

Vowles, J. and G. Xezonakis, Eds. (2016). Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Vowles, J. and G. Xezonakis (2016). Introduction: Globalization and Domestic Politics. Globalization and Domestic Politics. Parties, Elections, and Public Opinion. J. Vowles and G. Xezonakis. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 1-29.

Wattenberg, M. P. (2002). The New Generation Gap. Where have all the voters gone. M. P. Wattenberg. Harvard College, Cambridge, MA: 82-104.

Wattenberg, M. P. (2002). Where Have All the Voters Gone? Cambridge (USA), Harvard University Press.

Wattenberg, M. P. (2003). Electoral Turnout: The New Generation Gap. British Elections & Parties Review 13. C. Rallings, R. Scully, J. Tonge and P. Webb. London, UK, Routledge: 122-131.

Weldon, S. and R. J. Dalton (2014). Democratic Structures and Democratic Participation: The Limits of Consensualism Theory. Elections and Democracy. Representation and Accountability. J. J. A. Thomassen. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 113-152.

Weßels, B. (2000). Gruppenbindung und Wahlverhalten: 50 Jahre Wahlen in der Bundesrepublik. 50 Jahre Empirische Wahlforschung in Deutschland. M. Klein, W. Jagodzinski, E. Mochmann and D. Ohr. Opladen, Westdeutscher Verlag: 129-155.

Weßels, B. (2000). Kanzler- oder Politikwechsel? Bestimmungsgründe des Wahlerfolgs der SPD bei der Bundestagswahl 1998. Die Republik auf dem Weg zur Normalität? J. van Deth, H. Rattinger and E. Roller. Opladen, Leske and Budrich: 35-66.

Weßels, B. (2001). Aufrichtiges Wahlverhalten: Parteiorientierungen, Kandidatenbeurteilungen und generalisierte Politikdistanzen. Wahlen und Wähler. Analysen aus Anlass der Bundestagswahl 1998. H.-D. Klingemann and M. Kaase. Opladen, Westdeutscher Verlag: 697-716.

Weßels, B. (2002). Ideologische Atomisierung oder Wählerwandel? Wahlverhalten in Deutschland 1976-1998. Politik heute: Das Ende der politisierten Sozialstrukter? F. Brettschneider, J. van Deth and E. Roller. Opladen, Leske and Budrich: 49-80.

Weßels, B. (2004). Sachfragen, generalisierte politische Positionen und Leistungsbewertungen: Zur Konditionierung präferenzorientierten Wählens. Die Bundestagswahl 2002: Analysen der Wahlergebnisse und des Wahlkampfes. J. W. van Deth, F. Brettschneider and E. Roller, VS Verlag: 143-166.

Weßels, B. (2011). Performance and deficits of present-day representation. The Future of Representative Democracy. S. Alonso, J. Keane and W. Merkel. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 96-123.

Weßels, B. (2014). Voters' Motivations: How and Why Short-Term Factors Grow in Importance. Voters on the move or on the run? B. Wessels, H. Rattinger, S. Rossteutscher and R. Schmitt-Beck. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 238-262.

Weßels, B., H. Rattinger, et al., Eds. (2014). Voters on the move or on the run? Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Weßels, B. and A. Wagner (2013). Repräsentation durch Parteien und Kandidaten in vergleichender Perspektive – was macht den Unterschied für das Wahlverhalten? Wahlen und Wähler. Analysen aus Anlass der Bundestagswahl 2009. B. Weßels, H. Schoen and O. W. Gabriel. Wiesbaden, Germany, Springer VS: 553-574.

Wong, Y.-C., Ed. (2004). One Country, Two Systems in Crisis: Hong Kong's Transformation Since the Handover. Lanham, MD, Lexington Books.