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CSES Bibliography - Conference Papers ( listings)

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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.

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

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.

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. H., S. Dorobantu and M. A. Fernández (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, S. J. Ley and G. Schober (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, M. Cantijoch and P. Malgalhaes (2014). Offline and Online Political Mobilization: Prevalence and Consequences on Electoral Participation. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington, DC.

Aldrich, J. H. and J. Y. Lerner (2016). Institutional Influences on Behavior and Selection Effects. American Political Science Association (APSA). Philadephia, PA.

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. 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.

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

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

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.

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 Political Efficacy. International Conference on "Elections and Democratic Governance", Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS), Taipei, Taiwan.

Bergh, J. and A. T. Jenssen (2016). When Does the Economy Matter? A Multilevel Analysis of Economic Voting. American Political Science Association (APSA). Philadelphia, PA.

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 and J. Rosset (2010). The Substantial Representation of Subconstituency Interests in European Democracies. 17th International Conference of the Council for European Studies: 36.

Bernauer, J., J. Rosset and N. Giger (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.

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. 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.

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.

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

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

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

Boonen, J., E. F. Pedersen and M. Hooghe (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.

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.

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. 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.

Busch, K. (2017). Voters’ Reactions to Parties’ Position-Movements. Switching parties means Acknowledgement. General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR). Oslo, Norway.

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

Carroll, R. A. and H. Kubo (2016). Dimensionality, Contexts, and Ideological Congruence between Parties and Voters. American Political Science Association (APSA). Philadelphia, PA.

Chu, Y.-h., M.-h. Huang and Y.-t. Chang (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.

Clark, N. J. (2018). Decentralization and the Promotion of Locally-Rooted Knowledge. Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association. Boston, MA.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

Curtice, J. and W. P. Shively (2002). Who Represents Us Best? One Member or Many? International Fulbright Conference "Eleições e Democracia". Lisbon, Portugal.

Dageförde, M. (2013). Exploring the Effects of Congruence: Party-Voter-Agreement and Citizens' Evaluation of Representation. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.

Dageförde, M. (2016). The Impact of Electoral - & Party-systems on Congruence from a Micro-perspective. American Political Science Association (APSA). Philadelphia, PA.

Dahlberg, S. (2010). Misperceptions and Effective Representation. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington, D.C.: 20.

Dahlberg, S. (2011). The contextual sources of voters’ satisfaction with democracy 6th ECPR General Conference. Reykjavik.

Dahlberg, S. and S. Holmberg (2011). Policy representation, government effectiveness and satisfaction with the way democracy works. 6th ECPR General Conference. Reykjavik.

Dahlberg, S. and J. Linde (2016). Socialization or Experience? Political Support among Expatriated Swedes. American Political Science Association (APSA). Philadephia, PA.

Dahlberg, S., H. Oscarsson and D. Berlin (2005). Ideological voting under different institutional contexts: Political communication and effective representation in 37 countries. XIV Annual Meeting of the Nordic Political Science Association, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Dalton, R. J. (2007). The Quantity and the Quality of Party Systems: Party System Polarization, its Measurement and its Consequences. 65th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Dalton, R. J. (2009). Voter Choice and Partisan Representation: One Link in the Chain of Party Government. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, CA: 32.

Dalton, R. J., D. M. Farell and I. McAllister (2011). The Dynamics of Political Representation. Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association (APSA). Seattle: 21-38.

Dalton, R. J. and I. McAllister (2013). Why Parties Change - Or do they? Citizen Perceptions of the Partisan Landscape. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Chicago: 33.

Dassonneville, R. and A. Blais (2013). Staying with the Party, Switching, or Exiting? Determinants of party switching and abstention in 27 countries. . Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Chicago.

Dassonneville, R. and Y. Dejaeghere (2013). Mind the Gap! Political Sophistication and the Ideological Distance of Party Switching. ECPR Joint Sessions. Mainz.

Dassonneville, R. and B. Ferland (2014). Shifting Parties, Sophisticated Switchers. Are Voters Responding to Ideological Shifts by Political Parties? Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington D.C.

Dassonneville, R., M. Hooghe, R. R. Lau and M. Nugent (2017). Gender Representation and the Quality of the Vote. Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association (APSA). San Francisco, USA.

Dassonneville, R. and H. Wass (2017). It’s the Social Identities and Partisan Loyalties, Stupid? The Bases for Vote Choice in Europe. General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR). Oslo, Norway.

De Vries, C. and N. Giger (2012). Holding Governments Accountable: Individual Heterogeneity in Performance Voting. Elections, Public Opinion and Parties (EPOP) Conference. Oxford.

Dejaeghere, Y. and R. Dassonneville (2012). The Impact of the Party System on Electoral Volatility. A Cross-Country Analysis of Inter-Election Switching. Elections, Public Opinion and Parties (EPOP) Conference 2012. Oxford: 38.

Díez-Nicolás, J. (2000). An Attempt to Interpret Party Attachment in Old and New Democracies. 18th World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Québec City, Canada.

Díez-Nicolás, J., K. A. Rasinski and T. W. Smith (2005). A Comparison of Public Responses to Terrorist Attacks in Spain and the United States. International conference on "Elections and Democratic Governance", Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS), Taipei, Taiwan.

Dinas, E. and S. Pardos Prado (2007). Exploring contextual heterogeneity in issue voting: Proximity versus direction. 4th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Pisa, Italy.

Dowley, K. M. and B. D. Silver (2007). Political Institutions and Minority Group Perceptions of Democracy. 103rd Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago.

Dowley, K. M. and B. D. Silver (2015). Political Institutions and Minority Group Evaluations of Democracy. Conference of the European Consortium of Political Research. Montreal: 28.

Drews, W. (2017). Mapping Online Political Participation Across Europe: A Comparative Study of How and why Europeans Get Engaged on the Internet. General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR). Oslo, Norway.

Drummond, A. (2007). Assimilation and Contrast Effects in Small and Large Party Systems. 65th Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Drummond, A. J. (2005). Thinking Outside the (Ballot) Box: Gauging the Cognitive Consequences of Electoral Rules for Partisans and Partisanship. 101st Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, DC.

Drummond, A. J. (2006). Open and Closed: Party Affect and Sincere Voting in Electoral Context. 64th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Drummond, A. J. (2009). Ideological Bias and Perceptions of the Party Space: Comparing New and Old Democracies. 80th Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans.

Duch, R. M., J. May and D. A. Armstrong II (2008). A Strategic Ideological Vote. Designing Democratic Institutions, London School of Economics, London.

Duch, R. M. and R. Stevenson (2003). The Micro-Foundations of the Economic Vote in Comparative Perspective. 61st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Duch, R. M. and R. Stevenson (2003). The Micro-Foundations of the Economic Vote in Comparative Perspective. Edinburgh 2003 ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Dunn, K. and J. Thornton (2007). Vote Choice and Ideological Consistency: A Comparative Examination. 65th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Elff, M. (2008). Social Divisions, Political Sophistication, and Political Equality in Comparative Perspective. 104th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston.

Elff, M. (2009). Political Knowledge in Comparative Perspective: The Problem of Cross-National Equivalence of Measurement. 67th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Ellis, A. (2004). Participation and Turnout: Relating Knowledge and Tools to the Practical Questions facing Democratic Reformers. "Challenges to Democratic Governance": A Roundtable organized by the Political Science Department of the University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden.

Enyedi, Z. and B. Todosijevic (2006). Adversarial politics and party identification in Eastern and Western Europe. Nicosia 2006 ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Esaiasson, P. and M. Ottervik (2014). Attitudinal Political Support and Behavioral Compliance – New Evidence to a Long-Standing Debate. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington D.C.: 36.

Espirito-Santo, A. (2009). The Potential Symbolic Value of Descriptive Representation: The Case of Female Representation. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, CA: 35.

Farrell, D. and I. McAllister (2003). Voter Satisfaction and Electoral Systems: Does Preferential Voting Make a Difference? 51st Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association, University of Tasmania, Australia.

Farrell, D. and I. McAllister (2003). Voter Satisfaction and Electoral Systems: Does Preferential Voting Make a Difference? 99th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia.

Feddersen, A. and S. Lanz (2015). Issue Ownership: More than just Party Identification? ECPR General Conference. Montréal.

Fisher, S., P. Howell, F. Justwan and K. Mobley (2012). Winners and Losers in Electoral Politics. Annual Conference of the Southern Political Science Association: 19.

Fisher, S. D. and S. B. Hobolt (2008). Coalition Government and Retrospective Accountability. 66th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Fisher, S. D., L. Lessard-Phillips, S. Hobolt and J. Curtice (2006). How the effect of political knowledge on turnout differs in plurality electoral systems 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia.

Fisher, S. D., L. Lessard-Phillips, S. Hobolt and J. Curtice (2007). Accountability and Representation: how do voters approach elections? 65th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Flacco, F. and S. Willocq (2015). Investigating the Relationship between Personalisation of Voting Behaviour and Electoral Volatility in Europe: A Cross-National Analysis. ECPR Joint Sessions. Warsaw.

Fortin, J. (2012). Do Different Degrees of Electoral Integrity Affect Satisfaction with Democracy and Efficacy? Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago.

Fortin, J. and D. Howell (2010). Cross-National Comparison in the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES): Capturing Demographics – the Case of Religious Denomination Ad Hoc Session AH02: Cross-national, survey-research methodology. XVII International Sociological Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology. Gothenburg, Sweden.

Fortin-Rittberger, J. (2014). A Cross-national Investigation of Gender-based Differences in Political Knowledge. Annual Midwest Political Association Conference. Chicago, Il.

Fortunato, D. (2012). Legislative Review and Party Differentiation in Coalition Governments. Annual Conference of the Southern Political Science Association: 27.

Foucault, M. (2014). Comparative Patrimonial Voting. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington, DC.

Fraile, M. (2005). Political Knowledge and the logic of voting: A comparative study. 3rd General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Budapest, Hungary.

Fraile, M. and J. Fortin-Rittberger (2016). Gender or Measurement? A Comparative Analysis of the Gender Gap in Knowledge. American Political Science Association (APSA). Philadephia, PA.

Freire, A. (2005). The Social Bases of Left and Right in Western Europe. Electoral Behaviour and Political Attitudes: Portugal in the European Context, Lisbon, Portugal, Social Science Institute of the University of Lisbon.

Freire, A. and M. Baum (2002). Election Order and Electoral Cycles in Democratic Portugal, 1975-2001. 98th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA.

Gallego, A. (2008). Why is Turnout More Unequal in Some Countries Than in Others? The Impact of Institutions and Political Mobilization. 104th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA.

García Trejo, Y. A. (2012). Studying the Roots of Gender Differences in Political Knowledge in Mexico. Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA). Chigago.

Garcia-Trejo, Y. (2009). A Never-Ending Gap? Political Knowledge and Gender Differences in Mexico. 67th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Ghergina, S. (2013). Interchangeable or Different? the Levels of Gross and Net Electoral Volatility in Eastern Europe 20th International Conference of Europeanists-Crisis & Contingency: States of (In) Stability.

Ghergina, S. (2013). Is there life after voting? The political participation of ethnic minorities in Europe. 20th International Conference of Europeanists-Crisis & Contingency: States of (In) Stability.

Giger, N. (2009). The electoral consequences of social policy. An empirical answer to the new politics literature. 67th Annual National Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, Il.

Golder, M. and J. Stramski (2007). Ideological Congruence and Two Visions of Democracy. 103rd Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Gray, M. M. (2003). In the Midst of Fellows: The Social Context of the American Turnout Decision. 99th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia.

Grönlund, K. (2002). How Education and Political Information Affect Turnout in Different Electoral Systems. Turin 2002 ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Universitá di Torino, Italy.

Grönlund, K. (2003). Knowledge and Turnout: A Comparative Analysis. 2nd General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Marburg, Germany.

Grönlund, K. (2005). Political Knowledge and the Internet. XIV Annual Meeting of the Nordic Political Science Association, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Grönlund, K. and H. Milner (2004). The Determinants of Political Knowledge in a Comparative Perspective. 100th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Associaton Chicago, IL.

Gschwend, T. (2003). Comparative Politics of Strategic Voting: A Hierarchy of Electoral Systems. 99th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Gschwend, T. (2003). Comparative Politics of Strategic Voting: An Empirical Test of the Leys-Sartori Conjecture. 61st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Gschwend, T. (2006). Comparative Politics of Strategic Voting: A Hierarchy of Electoral Systems. 2006 Annual Conference of the Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Group of the Political Studies Associations, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK.

Guntermann, E. and A. Blais (2014). Does the Composition of Government Better Reflect the Party Preferences of Citizens who are Better Off, More Educated, and More Informed? Second Annual Toronto Political Behaviour Workshop. University of Toronto.

Guntermann, E. and A. Blais (2015). Does the Composition of Government Better Reflect the Party Preferences of Citizens who are Better Off?" Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. San Francisco.

Guntermann, E., A. Blais and M. A. Bodet (2014). Does the Composition of Government Reflect Citizens' Party Preferences?" Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington, DC.

Hahm, H. (2017). Partisans in Institutional Context: Institutional Constraints on Policy Change and Mass Partisanship. General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR). Oslo, Norway.

Hausgsgjerd, A., S. Hesstvedt and R. Karlsen (2017). Increasing Media Diversity and Political Knowledge Gaps: A Longitudinal Study. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA). San Francisco, USA.

Hellwig, T. and L. Ezrow (2011). Globalization and the Responsiveness of Political Parties 6th ECPR General Conference. Reykjavik.

Hellwig, T. and J. Vowles (2016). Public Perceptions of Risk and Insecurity in the Wake of the Great Recession. American Polititcal Science Association (APSA). Philadephia, PA.

Hellwig, T. T. (2006). Policy Voting in Postindustrial Democracies: Measuring and Explaining the Salience of Left-Right Ideology. 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Henderson, A. (2004). Satisfaction with Democracy: Evidence from Westminster systems. 62nd Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Henderson, A. (2004). Satisfaction with Democracy: Evidence from Westminster systems. 77th Annual Conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, Winnipeg, Canada.

Henjak, A. (2003). New Social Divisions and Party System Developments. Edinburgh 2003 ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Hill, D. (2008). The Impact of the Separation of Powers on National Level Turnout. 104th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA.

Hill, D. (2008). Presidents, Parliaments and Turnout: The Indirect Effects of the Separation of Powers on the Probability of Voting. 104th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Boston, MA

Hino, A. and M. Endo (2018). Lost in Translation?: Testing the Validity of Ideological Scales in Japan. Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association. Boston, MA.

Hobolt, S. B. and R. Klemmensen (2006). Welfare to Vote: The Effect of Government Spending on Turnout. 64th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Hoerner, J. and S. B. Hobolt (2018). Divide and Conquer? The Impact of the Rise of Challenger Parties on Voters’ Issue Positions. Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association. Boston, MA.

Holmberg, S. (2000). Candidate Knowledge Differs Across Electoral Systems. 18th World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Québec City, Canada.

Holzner, C. (2008). Political Opportunities and Political Participation in Mexico. 66th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Holzner, C. A. (2005). Poverty of Democracy: Neoliberal Reforms and Political Participation of the Poor in Mexico. 63rd Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Holzner, C. A. (2006). Policies and Political Participation in Latin America. 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Huang, S.-h. (2010). Institution Matters: The Impacts of Political Institutions on Public Confidence in Parliament. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, IL.

Huber, J., G. Kernell and E. Leoni (2003). The Institutional Origins of Party Identification. 61st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Huber, J. D. (2014). Inequality and identity in electoral politics. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington DC.

Huber, J. D., G. Kernell and E. L. Leoni (2003). Institutional context and party attachments in established democracies. 61st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Jaime-Castillo, A. M. (2009). Economic Inequality and Electoral Participation: A Cross-Country Evaluation. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Toronto, CA: 31.

Jennings, J. (2010). Decentralization and the Winner-Loser Gap. Annual Conference of the Southern Political Science Association: 23.

Jhee, B.-K. (2004). Economic Voting in the Third World. 62nd Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Johann, D. and M. Wagner (2011). Do knowledgeable voters take more complex decisions? Political sophistication and models of issue voting. 6th ECPR General Conference. Reykjavik.

Jusko, K. L. (2002). Are all Politics Local? A Multi-Level Analysis of Voters' Decisions. PhD Summer School on European Parties and Party Systems, Keele, UK.

Kage, R. (2000). Path-Dependency Effects in Electoral System Change. 18th World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Québec City, Canada.

Kanthak, K. and J.-J. Spoon (2018). Negative Partisanship and Satisfaction with Democracy in the U.S. and Europe. Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association. Boston, MA.

Karp, J. (2011). Party Systems and Mobilization: How Polarization Reduces Efficacy and Engagement 6th ECPR General Conference. Reykjavik.

Karp, J. A. (2003). Electoral Systems and Party Mobilization. 19th World Congress of the International Political Science Association, Durban, South Africa.

Karp, J. A. (2006). Party Mobilization and Political Participation in New and Old Democracies. 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA.

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