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CSES Bibliography - Dissertations (20 listings)

The listings are arranged in alphabetical order by the author's last name.

Alberro, I.N., Do the Poor Go to the Voting Booths? A Reevaluation of the Socioeconomic Model of Turnout in Established and Emerging Democracies, in Political Science. 2007, Northwestern University: Evanston, Illinois. p. 143.

Albright, J., Election Campaigns and Voter Realignments, in Political Science. 2008, Indiana University: Bloomington, Indiana. p. 249.

Arnold, J.R., Public Ignorance and the Quality of Democracy, in Political Science. 2008, University of Minnesota: Minneapolis. p. 164.

Baek, M., Political Communication Systems and Voter Participation, in Government. 2009, University of Texas at Austin: Austin. p. 162.

Crow, D.B., Citizen Disenchantment in New Democracies: The Case of Mexico, in Government. 2009, University of Texas at Austin: Austin. p. 228.

Dahlberg, S., Voters' Perceptions of Party Politics. - A Multilevel Approach, in Department of Political Science. 2009, University of Gothenburg: Gothenburg. p. 231.

Drummond, A.J., Thinking Outside the (Ballot) Box: Gauging the Systemic and Cognitive Consequences of Electoral Rules for Parties, Partisans and Partisanship, in Political Science. 2006, University of California, Irvine: Irvine. p. 243.

Gray, M.M., In the Midst of Fellows: The Social Context of the American Turnout Decision, in Political Science. 2003, University of California, Irvine: Irvine. p. 234.

Kellermann, M.R., Essays on Parties and Elections in Federal Systems, in Government 2009, Harvard University: Cambridge. p. 210.

Kernell, G., Political Party Organizations and Representations: Party Responsiveness, Candidate Heterogeneity, and Voter Behavior in Mature Parliamentary Democracies, in Political Science. 2008, Columbia University: New York City. p. 176.

Kim, M., System support and ideological congruence between voters and policy positions, in Political Science. 2004, State University of New York at Binghamton: Binghamton. p. 194.

Kroh, M., Parties, Politicians, and Policies: Orientations of Vote Choice Across Voters and Contexts, in Faculty of Social and Behavioral Science. 2003, University of Amsterdam: Amsterdam.

Lutz, G., Participation, Information and Democracy, in Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakult├Ąt. 2004, Universit├Ąt Bern: Bern.

Maimone, C.R., Voter Decision-Making from a Comparative Perspective, in Political Science. 2007, Stanford University. p. 189.

Paskeviciute, A., The Role of Political Parties for Political System Support in Established and New Democracies, in Political Science. 2005, State University of New York at Binghamton: Binghamton. p. 224.

Selway, J.S., Constitutions, Cleavages and Coordination: A Socio-Institutional Theory of Public Goods Provision, in Political Science. 2009, University of Michigan: Ann Arbor. p. 237.

Singer, M., The Electoral Politics of Vulnerability and the Incentives to Cast an Economic Vote, in Political Science. 2007, Duke University: Durham. p. 603.

Singh, S.P., Political Structure across Nations: How Dimensionality of Politics affect Electoral Behavior, in Political Science. 2009, Michigan State University: East Lansing. p. 210.

Stanciulescu, A.M., Electoral Accountability in Central Eastern Europe: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania. 2008, University of Florence: Florence.

Stanig, P., Essays on Political Corruption and Media Freedom, in Political Science. 2009, Columbia University: New York City. p. 152.