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Aarts, K. (2006). Determining the Pattern of Party Evaluations: Proximity and Directional Models of Ideology. CSES Conference and Planning Committee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

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.

Aarts, K. and J. Thomassen (2008). "Satisfaction with Democracy: Do Institutions Matter?" Electoral Studies 27(1): 5-18.

Aarts, K. and J. J. A. Thomassen (2005). Electoral Institutions and Satisfaction With Democracy. International Conference on "Elections and Democratic Governance", Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS), Taipei, Taiwan.

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

Achen, C. H. (2005). "Two-Step Hierarchical Estimation: Beyond Regression Analysis." Political Analysis 13(4): 447-456.

Acree, B. (2012). Effective Parties and Voter Choice: Revisiting Sociotropic and Pocketbook Voting. Annual Conference of the Southern Political Science Association: 50.

Adams, J. (2015). "On the relationship between (parties’ and voters’) issue attention and their issue positions: response to Dowding, Hindmoor and Martin." Journal of Public Policy: 6.

Alber, J. and U. Kohler (2007). "Die Ungleichheit der Wahlbeteiligung in Europa und den USA und die politische Integrationskraft des Sozialstaats." Leviathan 35(4): 510-539.

Alber, J. and U. Kohler (2008). The Inequality of Electoral Participation in Europe and America and the Politically Integrative Functions of the Welfare State. Berlin, WZB Discussion Paper: 36.

Alberro, I. N. (2007). Do the Poor Go to the Voting Booths? A Reevaluation of the Socioeconomic Model of Turnout in Established and Emerging Democracies. Ph.D., Northwestern University.

Albright, J. (2006). Party Discipline, Voter Heterogeneity, and the Notion of Representation: The Strange Case of Spain. 64th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Albright, J. (2008). Election Campaigns and Voter Realignments. Ph.D., Indiana University.

Albright, J. J. (2009). "Does Political Knowledge Erode Party Attachments?: A Review of the Cognitive Mobilization Thesis " Electoral Studies 28(2): 248-260.

Albritton, R. and T. Bureekul (2006). Consolidating Democracy in Thailand: The First Four Years of Democracy under the Constitution of 1997. 20th World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Fukuoka, Japan.

Aldrich, J. and S. Popa (2008). Clarity of Party Positions on Ideology: A Cross-National Analysis. CSES Conference: Political Institutions - Rationality - Electoral Behavior, Warsaw, Poland.

Aldrich, J. H., S. Dorobantu, et al. (2010). The Use of the Left-Right Scale in Individual's Voting Decisions. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington D.C.: 28.

Aldrich, J. H., M. Fernandez, et al. (2013). Uncertainty or Ambiguity? Sources of Variation in Ideological Placements of Political Parties. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Chicago.

Aldrich, J. H., R. K. Gibson, et al. (2014). Offline and Online Political Mobilization: Prevalence and Consequences on Electoral Participation. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington, DC.

Alvarez, R. M. and G. Katz (2009). "Structural Cleavages, Electoral Competition and Partisan Divide: A Bayesian Multinomial Probit Analysis of Chile's 2005 Election." Electoral Studies 28(2): 177-189.

Anderson, C. D. (2004). Economic Voting and Multi-level Governance: An Individual-level Analysis. 77th Annual Conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, Winnipeg, Canada.

Anderson, C. D. (2006). "Economic Voting and Multi-level Governance: A Comparative Individual-Level Analysis." American Journal of Political Science 50(2): 449-463.

Anderson, C. J. and P. Beramendi (2005). Income Inequality and Turnout Inequality in Advanced Industrial Democracies. 101st Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.

Anderson, C. J. and P. Beramendi (2012). "Left Parties, Poor Voters, and Electoral Participation in Advanced Industrial Societies." Comparative Political Studies 45(6): 714-746.

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

Anderson, C. J. and A. Just (2012). "Legitimacy from above: the partisan foundations of support for the political system in democracies." European Political Science Review 5(3): 335-362.

Anderson, C. J. and A. Just (2012). "Partisan legitimacy across generations." Electoral Studies 31(2): 306-316.

Arenas Gómez, J. C. and J. C. E. Escobar (2000). "Las elecciones de octubre en Medellín: candidaturas, temas y resultados." Estudios Políticos 17: 91-118.

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.

Arnold, J. R. (2007). Contextualizing Political Knowledge: A Cross-National, Multilevel Approach.

Arnold, J. R. (2007). Individual and Contextual Effects on Political Knowledge. 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago.

Arnold, J. R. (2008). Public Ignorance and the Quality of Democracy. Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Arnold, J. R. (2010). The Electoral Consequences of Voter Ignorance in Western Europe. Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Chicago.

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.

Bădescu, G. and P. Sum (2000). Political Choice in an Unstructured Party System: The Importance of the Left-Right Schema in Post-Communist Europe. 18th World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Québec City, Canada.

Bădescu, G. and P. Sum (2005). The Importance of Left-Right Orientations in the New Democracies. International conference on "Elections and Democratic Governance", Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS), Taipei, Taiwan.

Bădescu, G. and P. Sum (2005). Mapping Political Preferences: The Emergence of Citizen Left-Right Orientations in New Democracies. CSES Plenary Session, Washington D.C.

Bădescu, G. and P. Sum (2008). Ideological Voting: A Cross-national Analysis of Left-Right Orientations on Voting Behavior. Studia Politica. 53: 52-73.

Baek, M. (2009). Political Communication Systems and Voter Participation. Ph.D. , University of Texas at Austin.

Bågenholm, A., S. Dahlberg, et al. (2014). Does Politicization of Corruption Affect Turnout? Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington, DC.

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.

Baldwin, K. and J. D. Huber (2010). "Economic versus cultural differences: Forms of ethnic diversity and public goods provision." American Political Science Review 104(104): 18.

Banducci, S. A. and J. A. Karp (2000). "Gender, Leadership and Choice in Multiparty Systems." Political Research Quarterly 53(4): 815-848.

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.

Bargsted, M. A. and O. Kedar (2007). Voting for Coalitions: Strategic Voting under Proportional Representation. 65th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Bargsted, M. A. and O. Kedar (2009). "Coalition-Targeted Duvergerian Voting: How Expectations Affect Voter Choice under Proportional Representation." American Journal of Political Science 53(2): 307-323.

Barnes, T., R. M. Duch, et al. (2010). Clarity about Clarity: Sorting through Competing Explanations for the Clarity of Responsibility Hypothesis. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, IL.

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

Bawn, K. and Z. Somer-Topcu (2012). "Government versus Opposition at the Polls: How Governing Status Affects the Impact of Policy Positions." American Journal of Political Science 56(2): 433-446.

Bean, C. (2008). How Well Does the Political System Represent the Public Interest? A Comparison of Voter Perceptions in Australia and New Zealand. Australasian Political Science Association Annual Conference. Brisbane: 27.

Bean, C. S. (2008). How Well Does the Political System Represent the Public Interest? A Comparison of Voter Perceptions in Australia and New Zealand. Australian Political Studies Association 2008 Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Beard, V. P. (2006). Democratic Behaviors in Emerging African Democracies: The Role of Gender and Religion. 64th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Beauregard, K. (2013). "Gender, political participation and electoral systems: A cross-national analysis." European Journal of Political Research.

Beauregard, K. (2013). The Influence of Parties, Ideology and Party Polarization on Gender Gaps in Political Participation. 3rd European Conference on Politics and Gender. Barcelona, Spain.

Bélanger, É. (2004). "Antipartyism and Third-Party Vote Choice. A Comparison of Canada, Britain and Australia." Comparative Political Studies 37(9): 1054-1078.

Beltrán, U. (2005). Do Economic Differences or Institutions Explain Variance in the Economic Vote Among Countries? International conference on "Elections and Democratic Governance", Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS), Taipei, Taiwan.

Beltrán, U. (2006). Contextual Effects on the Individual Rationality: Economic Conditions and Vote. 64th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Beltrán, U. (2007). Efectos contextuales sobre la racionalidad individual: Condiciones Económicas y voto retrospectivo. Primer Congreso Latinoamericano de Opinión Pública, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay.

Beltrán, U. (2007). "Institutional Contexts and Individual Decisions: Fourth National CIDE-CSES Survey." Politica y Gobierno 14(2): 467-490.

Beltrán, U. (2008). Contextual Effects on the Individual Rationality: Economic Conditions, Institutional Arrangements and Retrospective Vote. CSES Conference: Political Institutions - Rationality - Electoral Behavior, Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Warsaw Poland.

Bengtsson, Å. (2005). Inclusiveness or Accountability: What brings about the most Responsive System? Workshop no. 15 "Democracy, accountability and political behaviour", Nordic Political Science Association, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Bengtsson, Å. (2005). Prerequisites for Accountability and External Efficacy. 1st Karlstad Seminar on Studying Political Action, Karlstad University, Sweden.

Bengtsson, Å. (2005). Prerequisites for Accountability and Political Efficacy. International Conference on "Elections and Democratic Governance", Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS), Taipei, Taiwan.

Bermudez Torres, S. (2010). The effects of partisanship, ideology and leadership on turnout: Under which institutional settings are these relationships enforced? . Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Conference Chicago.

Bernauer, J. (2010). Descriptive Representation and Satisfaction with Democracy. A Multilevel Analysis of Twenty-Nine Eastern European Minorities. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA). Chicago.

Bernauer, J., N. Giger, et al. (2010). The Substantial Representation of Subconstituency Interests in European Democracies. 17th International Conference of the Council for European Studies: 36.

Bernauer, J., N. Giger, et al. (2013). "Mind the gap: Do proportional electoral systems foster a more equal representation of women and men, poor and rich?" International Political Science Review.

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.

Bernauer, J., J. Rosset, et al. (2012). Relative Turnout of the Poor and Responsiveness of Parties in Europe. A Chicken-and-Egg Dilemma? . Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Assosiation (MPSA). Chicago.

Bernauer, J. and A. Vatter (2012). "Can't get no satisfaction with the Westminster model? Winners, losers and the effects of consensual and direct democratic institutions on satisfaction with democracy." European Journal of Political Research 51(4): 435-468.

Bernhagen, P. (2005). Information, Organization and Structural Power: Estimating Business Influence over Environmental Policy in 22 OECD Countries. 101st Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC.

Bernhagen, P. (2005). The Political Power of Business: Environmental Regime Stringency and Information Asymmetry in Thirty-one Capitalist Democracies. 63rd Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Bernhagen, P. (2006). Political Power and International Environmental Agreements: Business Influence over Participation and Compliance. 47th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Diego.

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

Bernhagen, P. (2008). "Business and International Environmental Agreements: Domestic Sources of Participation and Compliance by Advanced Industrialized Democracies." Global Environmental Politics 8(1): 78-110.

Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh (2003). Citizen Participation: Voting and Beyond. "Democracy in the New Europe" conference of the Institute d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, Dijon, France.

Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh (2004). Turnout Matters: Sometimes. Uppsala 2004 ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Uppsala, Sweden.

Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh (2004). Turnout Matters: Sometimes. International conference on "Elections and Democratic Governance", Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS), Taipei, Taiwan.

Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh (2007). "The Partisan Effects of Low Turnout: Analyzing Vote Abstention as a Missing Data Problem." Electoral Studies 26(3): 548-560.

Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh (2007). "Voting and Protesting: Explaining Citizen Participation in Old and New European Democracies." Democratization 14(1): 44-72.

Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh (2010). "Missing Voters, Missing Data: Using Multiple Imputation to Estimate the Effects of Low Turnout." Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 20(4): 447-472.

Best, R. E. (2011). Do Voters have a Choice? Establishment-Party Polarization and Support for Non-Establishment-Parties in 13 Advanced Industrialized Democracies. Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA). Chicago.

Best, R. E., I. Budge, et al. (2012). "Representation as a median mandate: Taking cross-national differences seriously." European Journal of Political Research 51(1): 1-23.

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

Birch, S. (2005). Explaining Confidence in the Conduct of Elections. 2009 Annual Conference of the Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Group of the Political Studies Association, University of Essex, Colchester, United Kingdom.

Birch, S. (2005). Perceptions of Electoral Fairness and Voter Turnout. 101st Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC.

Birch, S. (2007). Compulsory Electoral Participation and Political Legitimacy. 103rd Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Birch, S. (2007). "Electoral Systems and Electoral Misconduct." Comparative Political Studies 40(12): 1533-1556.

Birch, S. (2008). "Electoral Institutions and Popular Confidence in Electoral Processes: A Cross-National Analysis." Electoral Studies 27(2): 305-320.

Birch, S. (2008). Electoral Management Bodies and the Electoral Integrity: Evidence from Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. Electoral Malpractice and Electoral Manipulation in New and Semi-Democracies: 20.

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

Birch, S. (2009). Electoral System Design and Electoral Malpractice. 5th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research Potsdam, Germany.

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

Birch, S. (2010). "Perceptions of Electoral Fairness and Voter Turnout." Comparative Political Studies 43(12): 1601-1622.

Birch, S. (2011). "Post-Soviet Electoral Practices in Comparative Perspective." Europe-Asia Studies 63(4): 703-725.

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.

Birnir, J. K. (2007). "Divergence in Diversity? The Dissimilar Effects of Cleavages on Electoral Politics in New Democracies." American Journal of Political Science 51(3): 602-619.

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. (2003). How Do Losers Assess Electoral Democracy? 61st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

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., E. Gidengil, et al. (2001). "Measuring Party Identification: Britain, Canada and the United States." Political Behavior 23(1): 18.

Blais, A., E. Guntermann, et al. (2006). "Does Proportional Representation Foster closer Congruence between Citizens and Policy Makers?" Comparative Political Studies 39(10): 1243-1262.

Blais, A., E. Guntermann, et al. (2016). "Linking Party Preferences and the Composition of Government: A New Standard for Evaluating the Performance of Electoral Democracy." Political Science Research and Methods: 17.

Blais, A. and P. Loewen (2006). Electoral Systems and Evaluations of Democracy. 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia.

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.

Boonen, J., E. F. Pedersen, et al. (2014). The influence of political sophistication and party identification on party-voter congruence: a comparative analysis of 37 countries. Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Conference. Edinburgh.

Borg, S. and H. Paloheimo (2003). Research and Data on Finnish Elections: An Overview. CSES Plenary Session, Stockholm, Sweden.

Borooah, V. K., A. B. Katos, et al. (2013). "Inter-country differences in voter satisfaction with the democratic process: a study of world elections." Public Choice 157(3-4): 569-584.

Bosch, A. and L. Orriols (2014). "Ballot Structure and Satisfaction with Democracy." Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 24(4): 493-511.

Bousbah, K. S. (2012). The mediating effect of the institutional/electoral and the welfare context on the political participation of young citizens. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. New Orleans.

Bovens, M. and A. Wille (2007). Diploma Democracy: The Disappearance of the Less Educated from Political Life. 4th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Pisa, Italy.

Bowler, S. and T. Donovan (2000). Public Attitudes About Changing Political Institutions. Political Economy Conference, Washington University.

Brader, T. (2009). Of Time and Partisan Stability Revisited: The Post-Communist Puzzle. 67th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Brader, T. A. and J. A. Tucker (2008). Do Party Cues Affect Policy Opinions in New Party Systems? Survey Experiments in Three Post-Communist Countries. 104th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston.

Brader, T. A. and J. A. Tucker (2010). Follow the Leader: Party Cues, Policy Opinion, and the Power of Partisanship in Three Multiparty Systems. Oxford: 55.

Brader, T. A., J. A. Tucker, et al. (2010). The Cross-Pressured Citizen. Revisiting Social Influence on Voting Behavior.

Brader, T. A., J. A. Tucker, et al. (2014). "Cross Pressure Scores: An Individual-Level Measure of Cumulative Partisan Pressures Arising from Social Group Memberships." Political Behavior 36(1): 23-51.

Brady, H. E. (2000). "Contributions of Survey Research to Political Science." PS: Political Science & Politics 33(1): 47-57.

Brockington, D. (2003). Constricted Policy Space and Political Participation: Evidence from 34 Democracies. 99th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia.

Brockington, D. (2003). Familiarity Breeds Contentment: Contextual and Individual Determinants of Democratic Satisfaction in 34 Democracies. 61st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Brockington, D. (2004). "The Paradox of Proportional Representation: The Effect of Party Systems and Coalitions on Individuals' Electoral Participation." Political Studies 52(3): 469-490.

Brockington, D. (2009). "It's about the Benefits: Choice Environments, Ideological Proximity and Individual Participation in 28 Democracies." Party Politics 15(4): 435-454.

Brockington, D. and J. Karp (2002). Social Desirability and Response Validity: A Comparative Analysis of Over-Reporting Turnout in Five Countries. 98th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston.

Burlacu, D. E. (2012). Leader Effects on Vote Choice in Corrupted Countries: Do Voters Choose the Lesser Evil? . Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA). Chicago.

Burlacu, D. E. (2013). Quality of Governance, Political Attitudes and Electoral Behavior. Ph.D., Central European University.

Calvo, E., K. Chang, et al. (2014). "Beyond assimilation and contrast: Information effects, ideoloical magnification, and the vote." Electoral Studies 36: 94-106.

Calvo, E. and T. Hellwig (2010). "Centripetal and Centrifugal Incentives under Different Electoral Systems." American Journal of Political Science 55(1): 27-41.

Campante, F. R. and D. Chor (2010). Schooling and Political Participation and the Economy, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government.

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

Carlin, R. and G. Love (2007). Policy Salience, Strategic Mobilization, and Voter Turnout. 65th Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Carlisle, R. (2012). Does District Magnitude Matter? The Case of Taiwan.

Carreras, M. and Y. İrepoğlu (2013). "Trust in elections, vote buying, and turnout in Latin America." Electoral Studies 32(4): 609-619.

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.

Carty, R. K. (2013). "Book Review: Political parties and democratic linkage: how parties organize democracy." Party Politics(19): 998-999.

Caruana, N. J. (2015). Should Voters Decide? Exploring Successes, Failures and Effects of Electoral Reform. Doctorate of Philosophy, The University of Western Ontario.

Castillo, A. M. J. (2006). Institutional Performance and Satisfaction with Democracy. A Comparative Analysis. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

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.

Chen, T.-h. (2011). "Uncovering the micro-foundations of turnout and electoral systems." Electoral Studies 30(2): 295-308.

Chiru, M. and S. Gherghina (2012). "When voter loyalty fails: party performance and corruption in Bulgaria and Romania." European Political Science Review 4(1): 29-49.

Choi, E. and J. Woo (2010). "Political corruption, economic performance, and electoral outcomes: a cross-national analysis." Contemporary Politics 16(3): 249-262.

Choi, J. Y., J. Kim, et al. (2015). "Cognitive and partisan mobilization in new democracies: The case of South Korea." Party Politics: 12.

Chu, Y.-h. and M.-h. Huang (2007). "Partisanship and Citizen Politics in East Asia." Journal of East Asian Studies 7(2): 295-321.

Chu, Y.-h., M.-h. Huang, et al. (2005). Identifying Sources of Democratic Legitimacy in Established and Emerging Democracies. International conference on "Elections and Democratic Governance", Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS), Taipei, Taiwan.

Claibourn, M. and V. Sapiro (2000). Gender Differences in Citizen-Level Democratic Citizenship: Evidence from the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. 18th World Congress of the International Political Science Association. Quebec, Canada.

Claibourn, M. and V. Sapiro (2001). Gender Differences in Citizen-Level Democratic Citizenship: Evidence from the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. 59th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Clarke, H., D. Sanders, et al. (2005). Political Choice in Britain: The 2005 BES. CSES Plenary Session, Washington, DC.

Clausen, L. (2008). Party Democratization and Citizens: The Impact of Candidate Selection Rules on Voters. 79th Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans.

Colton, T. J. (2000). Babes in Partyland: The Riddle of Partisanship in Post-Soviet Russia. 2000 World Democratization Conference on Rethinking Democracy in the New Millennium, University of Houston, Houston.

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.

Comsa, M. and C. D. Tufis (2014). Reassessing the Effect of Economic Conditions on Support for Democracy: Evidence from the 2009-2013 Romanian Election Study Panel. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington, DC.

Cooper, A. L. (2001). "Nonminating Presidential Candidates: The Primary Season Compared to Two Alternatives." Political Research Quarterly 54(4): 771-793.

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

Costa, P. and F. F. da Silva (2015). "The Impact of Voter Evaluations of Leaders’ Traits on Voting Behaviour: Evidence from Seven European Countries." West European Politics.

Crisp, B. F., S. Olivella, et al. (2013). "Party-System Nationalization and the Scope of Public Policy: The Importance of Cross-District Constituency Similarity." Comparative Political Studies 46(4): 431-456.

Crow, D. and E. Berumen (2007). Who Really votes? Rethinking the effects of sociodemographic conditions on voting in Mexico in light of turnout overestimation. 103rd Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chigago.

Crow, D. B. (2009). Citizen Disenchantment in New Democracies: The Case of Mexico. Ph.D. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.

Curini, L. (2015). "Explaining party ideological stances." Public Choice(162): 17.

Curini, L. and A. Hino (2012). "Missing Links in Party-System Polarization: How Institutions and Voters Matter." The Journal of Politics 74(2): 460-473.

Curini, L. and S. M. Iacus (2013). Explaining Party Ideological Stances: From Simulation to Real Elections. EPSA Annual General Conference. Barcelona.

Curini, L., W. Jou, et al. (2013). "How moderates and extremists find happiness: Ideological orientation, citizen-government proximity, and life satisfaction." International Political Science Review.

Curtice, J. (2000). The Future of Election Studies: Mid-Life Crisis of New Youth? CREST Working Paper No. 78. London/Oxford, CREST: Centre for Research into Elections and Social Trends.

Curtice, J. (2002). "The State of Election Studies: Mid-Life Crisis or New youth?" Electoral Studies 21(2): 161-168.

Curtice, J. (2003). Elections as Beauty Contests: Do the rules matter? International Conference on 'Portugal at the Polls', Lisbon, Portugal.

Curtice, J. and A. Blais (2001). Follow my Leader? A Cross-National Analysis of Leadership Effects in Parliamentary Democracies. CREST Working Paper 91, Centre for Research into Elections and Social Trends.

Curtice, J., S. Fisher, et al. (2005). The Globalisation of Public Opinion Research. Crest Working Paper 109, CREST.

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.

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