CSES Bibliography - Journal Articles (151 listings)
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Aarts, K. and J. Thomassen, Satisfaction with Democracy: Do Institutions Matter? . Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 5-18.
Achen, C.H., Two-Step Hierarchical Estimation: Beyond Regression Analysis. Political Analysis, 2005. 13(4): p. 447-456.
Alber, J. and U. Kohler, Die Ungleichheit der Wahlbeteiligung in Europa und den USA und die politische Integrationskraft des Sozialstaats. Leviathan, 2007. 35(4): p. 510-539.
Albright, J.J., Does Political Knowledge Erode Party Attachments?: A Review of the Cognitive Mobilization Thesis Electoral Studies, 2009. 28(2): p. 248-260.
Alvarez, R.M. and G. Katz, Structural Cleavages, Electoral Competition and Partisan Divide: A Bayesian Multinomial Probit Analysis of Chile's 2005 Election. Electoral Studies, 2009. 28(2): p. 177-189.
Anderson, C.D., Economic Voting and Multi-level Governance: A Comparative Individual-Level Analysis. American Journal of Political Science, 2006. 50(2): p. 449-463.
Arenas Gómez, J.C. and J.C.E. Escobar, Las elecciones de octubre en Medellín: candidaturas, temas y resultados. Estudios Políticos, 2000. 17: p. 91-118.
Bădescu, G. and P. Sum, Ideological Voting: A Cross-national Analysis of Left-Right Orientations on Voting Behavior. Studia Politica, 2008. 53(1): p. 52-73.
Baldwin, K. and J.D. Huber, Economic versus cultural differences: Forms of ethnic diversity and public goods provision. American Political Science Review, 2010. 104(104): p. 18.
Banducci, S.A. and J.A. Karp, Gender, Leadership and Choice in Multiparty Systems. Political Research Quarterly, 2000. 53(4): p. 815-848.
Bargsted, M.A. and O. Kedar, Coalition-Targeted Duvergerian Voting: How Expectations Affect Voter Choice under Proportional Representation. American Journal of Political Science, 2009. 53(2): p. 307-323.
Bélanger, É., Antipartyism and Third-Party Vote Choice. A Comparison of Canada, Britain and Australia. Comparative Political Studies, 2004. 37(9): p. 1054-1078.
Beltrán, U., Institutional Contexts and Individual Decisions: Fourth National CIDE-CSES Survey. Politica y Gobierno, 2007. 14(2): p. 467-490.
Bernhagen, P., Political Power and International Environmental Agreements: Business Influence over Participation and Compliance. Global Environmental Politics, 2008. 8(1): p. 78-110.
Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh, Voting and Protesting: Explaining Citizen Participation in Old and New European Democracies. Democratization, 2007. 14(1): p. 44-72.
Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh, The Partisan Effects of Low Turnout: Analyzing Vote Abstention as a Missing Data Problem. Electoral Studies, 2007. 26(3): p. 548-560.
Bernhagen, P. and M. Marsh, Missing Voters, Missing Data: Using Multiple Imputation to Estimate the Effects of Low Turnout. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2010. 20(4): p. 447-472.
Best, R.E., I. Budge, and M. McDonald, Representation as a median mandate: Taking cross-national differences seriously. European Journal of Political Research, Forthcoming 2011.
Birch, S., Electoral Systems and Electoral Misconduct. Comparative Political Studies, 2007. 40(12): p. 1533-1556.
Birch, S., Electoral Institutions and Popular Confidence in Electoral Processes: A Cross-National Analysis. Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(2): p. 305-320.
Birch, S., Perceptions of Electoral Fairness and Voter Turnout. Comparative Political Studies, 2010. 43(12): p. 1601-1622.
Birnir, J.K., Divergence in Diversity? The Dissimilar Effects of Cleavages on Electoral Politics in New Democracies. American Journal of Political Science, 2007. 51(3): p. 602-19.
Blais, A. and M.A. Bodet, Does Proportional Representation Foster closer Congruence between Citizens and Policy Makers? Comparative Political Studies, 2006. 39(10): p. 1243-1262.
Blais, A., et al., Measuring Party Identification: Britain, Canada and the United States. Political Behavior, 2001. 23(1): p. 18.
Brady, H.E., Contributions of Survey Research to Political Science. PS: Political Science & Politics, 2000. 33(1): p. 47-57.
Brockington, D., The Paradox of Proportional Representation: The Effect of Party Systems and Coalitions on Individuals' Electoral Participation. Political Studies, 2004. 52(3): p. 469-490.
Brockington, D., It's about the Benefits: Choice Environments, Ideological Proximity and Individual Participation in 28 Democracies. Party Politics, 2009. 15(4): p. 435-454.
Calvo, E. and T. Hellwig, Centripetal and Centrifugal Incentives under Different Electoral Systems. American Journal of Political Science, 2010. 55(1): p. 27-41.
Chen, T.-h., Uncovering the micro-foundations of turnout and electoral systems. Electoral Studies, 2011. 30(2): p. 295-308.
Choi, E. and J. Woo, Political corruption, economic performance, and electoral outcomes: a cross-national analysis. Contemporary Politics, 2010. 16(3): p. 249-262.
Chu, Y.-h. and M.-h. Huang, Partisanship and Citizen Politics in East Asia. Journal of East Asian Studies, 2007. 7(2): p. 295-321.
Cooper, A.L., Nonminating Presidential Candidates: The Primary Season Compared to Two Alternatives. Political Research Quarterly, 2001. 54(4): p. 771-793.
Curtice, J., The State of Election Studies: Mid-Life Crisis or New youth? Electoral Studies, 2002. 21(2): p. 161-168.
Cześnik, M., Voter Turnout Stability Evidence from Poland. Polish Sociological Review 2009. 65(1): p. 107-122.
Dahlberg, S., Political Parties and Perceptual Agreement: The Influence of Party Related Factors on Voters’ Perceptions in Proportional Electoral Systems. Electoral Studies, 2009. 28(2): p. 270-278.
Dalton, R. and S.A. Weldon, Partisanship and Party System Institutionalization. Party Politics, 2007. 13(2): p. 179-196.
Dalton, R.J., Social Modernization and the End of Ideology Debate: Patterns of Ideological Polarization. Japanese Journal of Political Science, 2006. 7(1): p. 1-22.
Dalton, R.J., The Quantity and the Quality of Party Systems. Party System Polarization, Its Measurement, and Its Consequences Comparative Political Studies, 2008. 41(7): p. 899-920.
Dalton, R.J., Economics, Environmentalism and Party Alignments: A Note on Partisan Change in Advanced Industrial Democracies. European Journal of Political Research, 2009. 48(2): p. 161-175.
Dalton, R.J. and A. Tanaka, The Patterns of Party Polarization in East Asia. Journal of East Asian Studies, 2007. 7(2): p. 203-223.
Dalton, R.J. and S.A. Weldon, L'immagine dei partiti politici nell'opinione pubblica: un male necessario? [Public Images of Political Parties: A Necessary Evil?]. Rivista italiana di scienza politica, 2004. 34: p. 379-40
Dalton, R.J. and S.A. Weldon, Public Images of Political Parties: A Necessary Evil? West European Politics, 2005. 28(5): p. 931-951.
Dowley, K. and B.D. Silver, Cross-National Survey Research and Subnational Pluralism. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2005. 17(2): p. 226-238.
Drummond, A., Assimilation, contrast and voter projections of parties in left-right space: Does the electoral system matter? Party Politics, 2010: p. 1-34.
Drummond, A.J.L., Jacek, Reconstructing Galicia: Mapping the Cultural and Civic Traditions of the Former Austrian Galicia in Poland and Ukraine. Europe-Asia Studies, 2010. 62(8): p. 1311-1338.
Duch, R.M., J. May, and D.A. Armstrong, Coalition-directed Voting in Multiparty Democracies. American Political Science Review, 2010. 104(4): p. 22.
Enyedi, Z. and G. Tóka, Moæ slabih: Politièke stranke u Maðarskoj [The Power of the Weak: Political Parties in Hungary]. Politièka Misao, 2001. 38(2): p. 68-90.
Etienne, A., Do Election Results Represent People's Political Ideologies? A Study of the French 2002 Presidential Elections. French Politics, 2007. 5: p. 20-32.
Fails, M.D. and H.N. Pierce, Changing Mass Attitudes and Democratic Deepening. Political Research Quarterly 2008. 63(1): p. 174-187.
Farrell, D. and I. McAllister, Voter Satisfaction and Electoral Systems: Does Preferential Voting in Candidate-Centred Systems make a Difference? European Journal of Political Research, 2006. 45(5): p. 723-749.
Fisher, S.D. and S.B. Hobolt, Coalition Government and Electoral Accountability. Electoral Studies, 2010. 29(3): p. 358-369.
Fisher, S.D., et al., Disengaging Voters: Do Plurality Systems Discourage the Less Knowledgeable from Voting? Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 89-104.
Fraile, M., La influencia del conocimiento político en las decisiones de voto (The influence of political knowledge in voting decisions). Revista Espanola de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 2007(120): p. 41-74.
Franklin, M.N. and C. Wlezien, Reinventing Election Studies. Electoral Studies, 2002. 21(2): p. 331-338.
Freire, A., Second-Order Elections and Electoral Cycles in Democratic Portugal. South European Society & Politics, 2004. 9(3): p. 54-79.
Gallego, A., Where Else Does Turnout Decline Come From? Education, Age, Generation and Period Effects in Three European Countries. Scandinavian Political Studies, 2009. 32(1): p. 23-44.
Gallego, A., Understanding Unequal Turnout: Education and Voting in Comparative Perspective. Electoral Studies, 2010. 29(2): p. 239-248.
Gidengil, E., et al., The Correlates and Consequences of Anti-Partyism in the 1997 Canadian Election. Party Politics, 2001. 7(4): p. 491-513.
Giger, N., Do voters punish the government for welfare state retrenchment A comparative study of electoral costs associated with social policy. Comparative European Politics, 2010. 8(4): p. 415-443.
Giger, N., Is Social Policy Retrenchment Unpopular? How Welfare Reforms Affect Government Popularity. European Sociological Review, 2011.
Golder, M. and J. Stramski, Ideological Congruence and Electoral Institutions. American Journal of Political Science, 2010. 54(1): p. 90-106.
Grofman, B., Constraints on the turnout gap between high and low knowledge (or income) voters: Combining the Duncan-Davis method of bounds with the Taagepera method of bounds. Electoral Studies, 2010. 29(4): p. 673-677.
Grofman, B. and R. Kline, How many political parties are there, really? A new measure of the ideologically cognizable number of parties/party groupings. Party Politics, 2011.
Grönlund, K. and H. Milner, The Determinants of Political Knowledge in Comparative Perspective. Scandinavian Political Studies, 2006. 29(4): p. 386-406.
Gschwend, T. and D. Leuffen, Divided We Stand - Unified We Govern? Cohabitation and Regime Voting in the 2002 French Elections. British Journal of Political Science, 2005. 35(4): p. 691-712.
Heath, A., S. Fisher, and S. Smith, The Globalization of Public Opinion Research. Annual Review of Political Science, 2005. 8: p. 297-333.
Hellwig, T., Explaining the Salience of Left–Right Ideology in Postindustrial Democracies: The Role of Structural Economic Change. European Journal of Political Research, 2008. 47(6): p. 687-709.
Hellwig, T.T., Interdependence, Government Constraints, and Economic Voting. The Journal of Politics, 2001. 63(4): p. 1141-1162.
Henderson, A., Satisfaction with Democracy: The Impact of Winning and Losing in Westminster Systems. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2008. 18(1): p. 3-26.
Hobolt, S.B. and J.A. Karp, Voters and coalition governments. Electoral Studies, 2010. 29(3): p. 299-307.
Holmberg, S., Are political parties necessary? Electoral Studies, 2003. 22(2): p. 287-299.
Huang, M.-h., Y.-t. Chang, and Y.-h. Chu, Identifying Sources of Democratic Legitimacy: A Multilevel Analysis Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 45-62.
Huber, J., G. Kernell, and E.L. Leoni, Institutional Context, Cognitive Resources and Party Attachments Across Democracies. Political Analysis, 2005. 13(4): p. 365-386.
Huber, J.D. and P. Stanig, Church-state separation and redistribution. Journal of Public Economics, 2011. 95(7-8): p. 828-836.
Ikeda, K.i., T. Kobayashi, and M. Hoshimoto, Does Political Participation Make a Difference? The Relationship Between Political Choice, Civic Engagement and Political Efficacy. Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 77-88.
Ilirjani, A., Electoral Behavior in the 2005 Albanian Parliamentary Election. Albanian Journal of Politics, 2005. 1(1): p. 75-86.
Jasiewicz, K., Pocketbook or Rosary? Economic and Identity: Voting in the 2000 - 2001 Elections in Poland. Studies in Public Policy, 2003. 379.
Jensen, J.L., P.E. Sum, and D.T. Flynn, Political Orientations and Behavior of Public Employees: A Cross-National Comparison. Journal for Public Administration Research and Theory, 2009. 19(4): p. 709-730.
Johnston, R., Learning about Ourselves from Learning about Others: Comparative Studies of Elections. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 2005. 7(2): p. 281 - 291.
Johnston, R., Party Identification: Unmoved Mover or Sum of Preferences. Annual Review of Political Science, 2006. 9: p. 329-351.
Jou, W., The Heuristic Value of the Left-Right Schema in East Asia. International Political Science Review, 2010. 31(3): p. 366-394.
Karp, J. and D. Brockington, Social Desirability and Response Validity: A Comparative Analysis of Over-Reporting Turnout in Five Countries. The Journal of Politics, 2005. 67(3): p. 825-840.
Karp, J.A. and S.A. Banducci, Party Mobilization and Political Participation in New and Old Democracies. Party Politics, 2007. 13(2): p. 217-34.
Karp, J.A. and S.A. Banducci, Political Efficacy and Participation in Twenty-Seven Democracies: How Electoral Systems Shape Political Behaviour. British Journal of Political Science, 2008. 38(2): p. 311-334.
Karp, J.A. and S.A. Banducci, When Politics is not just a Man's Game: Women's Representation and Political Engagement. Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 105-115.
Karp, J.A., S.A. Banducci, and S. Bowler, Getting Out the Vote: Party Mobilization in a Comparative Perspective. British Journal of Political Science, 2007. 38(1): p. 91-112.
Kedar, O., When Moderate Voters Prefer Extreme Parties: Policy Balancing in Parliamentary Elections. American Political Science Review, 2005. 99(2): p. 185-99.
Kedar, O., How Diffusion of Power in Parliaments Affects Voter Choice. Political Analysis, 2005. 13(4): p. 410-429.
Kedar, O., How Voters Work around Institutions: Policy Balancing in Staggered Elections. Electoral Studies, 2006. 25(3): p. 509-527.
Kim, M., Cross-National Analyses of Satisfaction with Democracy and Ideological Congruence. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties, 2009. 19(1): p. 49-72.
Knight, K. and M. Marsh, Varieties of Election Studies. Electoral Studies, 2002. 21(2): p. 169-187.
Kostadinova, T., Abstain or Rebel: Corruption Perceptions and Voting in East European Elections. Politics & Policy, 2010. 37(4): p. 691-714.
Lobo, M.C., Parties and Leader Effects: Impact of Leaders in the Vote for Different Types of Parties. Party Politics, 2008. 14(3): p. 281-298.
Long Jusko, K. and W. Phillips Shively, Applying a Two-Step Strategy to the Analysis of Cross-National Public Opinion Data. Political Analysis, 2005. 13(4): p. 327-344.
Magalhães, P.C., Disaffected Democrats: Political Culture and Political Action in Portugal. West European Politics, 2005. 28(5): p. 973-991.
Mahler, V., Electoral Turnout and Income Redistribution by the State: A Cross-National Analysis of the Developed Democracies. European Journal of Political Research, 2008. 47(2): p. 161-183.
Mainwaring, S. and M. Torcal, Teoria e institucionalização dos sistemas partidários após a terceira onda de democratização. Opinião Pública, 2005. 11(2): p. 249-286.
Mainwaring, S. and E. Zoco, Political Sequences and the Stabilization of Interparty Competition. Party Politics, 2007. 13(2): p. 155-78.
Marian, C.G., Informare politica si sisteme electorale in Europa Centrala si de Est. Revista Transilvanã de ªtiinþe Administrative, 2004. 1(10): p. 84-90.
Marsh, M., Electoral Context. Electoral Studies, 2002. 21(2): p. 207-217.
Marsh, M., Party Identification and Party Choice in Ireland: An Insecure Anchor for a Floating Party System. Electoral Studies, 2006. 25(3): p. 489-508.
Marthaler, S., The Paradox of the Politically-Sophisticated Partisan: The French Case. West European Politics, 2008. 31(5): p. 937-959.
McAllister, I., Accountability, Representation and Satisfaction with Democracy. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2005. 17(3): p. 371-379.
McAllister, I., Social Structure and Party Support in the East Asian Democracies. Journal of East Asian Studies, 2007. 7(2): p. 225-249.
McAllister, I., Public Support for Democracy: Results from the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems Project Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 1-4.
McAllister, I. and S. White, Political Parties and Democratic Consolidation in Post-Communist Societies. Party Politics, 2007. 13(2): p. 197-216.
Nalen, J.E., Comparative Elections: Building a Basic Reference Collection. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 2001. 41(2): p. 119-26.
Norris, P., The Twilight of Westminster? Electoral Reform and Its Consequences. Political Studies, 2001. 49(5): p. 877-900.
Norris, P., A tese da “nova clivagem” e a base social do apoio à direita radical. Opinião Pública, 2005. 11(1): p. 1-32.
Pattie, C.J. and R.J. Johnston, Party Knowledge and Candidate Knowledge: Constituency Campaigning and Voting and the 1997 British General Election. Electoral Studies, 2004. 23(4): p. 795-819.
Pop-Eleches, G., Throwing out the Bums: Protest Voting and Unorthodox Parties after Communism. World Politics, 2010. 62(2): p. 221-260.
Powell, G.B.J., The Ideological Congruence Controvery: The Impact of Alternative Measures, Data, and Time Periods on the Effects of Election Rules. Comparative Political Studies, 2009. 42(12): p. 1475-1497.
Raymond, C., The continued salience of religious voting in the United States, Germany, and Great Britain. Electoral Studies, forthcoming. In Press, Corrected Proof.
Rehm, P. and T. Reilly, United We Stand: Constituency Homogeneity and Comparative Party Polarization. Electoral Studies, 2010. 29(1): p. 40-53.
Rose, R. and W. Mishler, How Do Electors Respond to an “Unfair” Election? The Experience of Russians Post-Soviet Affairs, 2009. 25(2): p. 118-136.
Samuels, D., Sources of Mass Partisanship in Brazil. Latin American Politics and Society, 2006. 48(2): p. 1-27.
Sapiro, V. and L.M. Bartels, The American National Election Studies: A Progress Report. PS: Political Science and Politics, 1998. 31(1): p. 64-68.
Sauger, N., Assessing the Accuracy of Polls for the French Presidential Election: The 2007 Experience. French Politics, 2008. 6: p. 116-136.
Scarrow, H., The Impact of at-Large Elections: Vote Dilution, Choice Dilution and the Voting Rights Act. Electoral Studies, 1999. 18(4): p. 557-567.
Scheuch, E.K., History and visions in the development of data services for the social sciences. International Social Science Journal, 2003. 55(177): p. 385-399.
Seawright, J., The “Demand Side” of Party System Collapse: Political Preferences and Votes for Insurgent Parties. Workshop on the analysis of political cleavages and party competition, 2004.
Selb, P., A Deeper Look at the Proportionality—Turnout Nexus. Comparative Political Studies, 2009. 42(4): p. 527-548.
Selway, J.S., Cross-Cuttingness, Cleavage Structures and Civil War Onset. British Journal of Political Science, 2010. 41: p. 111-138.
Selway, J.S., The Measurement of Cross-cutting Cleavages and Other Multidimensional Cleavage Structures. Political Analysis, forthcoming 2011.
Sheng, E., Partisanship in East Asia. Journal of East Asian Studies, 2007. 7(2): p. 275-294.
Shin, D.C. and B.-K. Jhee, How Does Democratic Regime Change Affect Mass Political Ideology? A Case Study of South Korea in Comparative Perspective. International Political Science Review, 2005. 26(4): p. 381-396.
Sing, M., Origins of Anti-Partyism in Hong Kong. East Asia: An International Quarterly, 2004. 21(3): p. 37-57.
Singer, M., Who Says “It’s the Economy”?: Cross-National and Cross-Individual Variation in the Salience of Economic Factors. Comparative Political Studies, 2010: p. 1-29.
Singh, S., Contradictory Calculi: Differences in Individuals' Turnout Decisions across Electoral Systems. Political Research Quarterly, 2010: p. 1-12.
Singh, S.P., Contextual Influences on the Decision Calculus: A Cross-National Examination of Proximity Voting. Electoral Studies, 2010. 29(3): p. 425-434.
Slomczynski, K.M. and I. Tomescu-Dubrow, Representation of Post-Communist European Countries in Cross-National Public Opinion Surveys. Problems of Post-Communism, 2006. 53(4): p. 42-52.
Stoker, L. and J. Bowers, Designing Multi-Level Studies: Sampling Voters and Electoral Contexts. Electoral Studies, 2002. 21(2): p. 235-267.
Stoll, H., Social Cleavages and the Number of Parties: How the Measures You Choose Affect the Answers You Get. Comparative Political Studies, 2008. 41(11): p. 1439-1465.
Sum, P.E. and G. Badescu, Ideological Voting: A Cross-National Analysis of Left-Right Orientations on Voting Behavior. Studia Universitatis Babes Bolyai Politica, 2008(1): p. 83-108.
Teorell, J. and C. Lindstedt, Measuring Electoral Systems. Political Research Quarterly, 2010. 63(2): p. 434-448.
Thames, F.C., Discipline and Party Institutionalization in Post-Soviet Legislatures. Party Politics, 2007. 13(4): p. 456-477.
Tillman, E.R., Economic Judgments, Party Choice, and Voter Abstention in Cross-National Perspective. Comparative Political Studies, 2008. 41(9): p. 1290-1309.
Tóka, G., Can Voters Be Equal? A Cross-national Analysis: Part 1. Review of Sociology, 2003. 9(2): p. 51-72.
Tóka, G., Can Voters Be Equal? A Cross-national Analysis: Part 2. Review of Sociology, 2004. 10(1): p. 51-72.
Tóka, G., Citizen Information, Election Outcomes and Good Governance. Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 31-44.
Van der Meer, T.W.G. and J.W. Van Deth, The Politicised Participant: Ideology and Political Action in 20 Democracies. Comparative Political Studies, 2009. 42(11): p. 1426-1457.
Vowles, J., Does Globalization affect Public Perceptions of 'Who in power can make a Difference'? Evidence from 40 Countries, 1996-2006. Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 63-76.
Vowles, J., Making a difference? Public perceptions of coalition, single-party, and minority governments. Electoral Studies, 2010. 29(3): p. 370-380.
Wahman, M., Offices and Policies-Why do Oppositional Parties Form Pre-electoral Coalitions in Competitive Authoritarian Regimes? Electoral Studies, Forthcoming 2011.
Warwick, P.V., Relative Extremism and Relative Moderation: Strategic Party Positioning in Democratic Systems. Political Research Quarterly, 2009. 62(2): p. 276-288.
Warwick, P.V., Bilateralism or the median mandate? An examination of rival perspectives on democratic governance. European Journal of Political Research, 2010. 49(1): p. 1-24.
Wattenberg, M.P., Elections: Was the 2000 Presidential Election Fair? An Analysis of Comparative and Retrospective Survey Data. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 2003. 33(4): p. 889-897.
Wattenberg, M.P., Electoral Turnout: The New Generation Gap. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2003. 13(1): p. 159-173.
Wessels, B. and H. Schmitt, Meaningful Choices, Political Supply, and Institutional Effectiveness. Electoral Studies, 2008. 27(1): p. 19-30.
Wlezien, C. and M.N. Franklin, The Future of Election Studies: Introduction. Electoral Studies, 2002. 21(2): p. 157-160.
Zielinski, J., K.M. Slomczynski, and G. Shabad, Electoral Control In New Democracies: The Perverse Incentives of Fluid Party Systems. World Politics, 2005. 57(3): p. 365-395.