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CSES Bibliography - CSES Conference Presentations ( listings)

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


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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

Clarke, H., D. Sanders, M. Stewart, P. Whiteley, G. Badescu and P. Sum (2005). Political Choice in Britain: The 2005 BES. CSES Plenary Session, Washington, DC.

Czesnik, M. (2008). Polish 'Exceptionalism': Voter Turnout in Poland in the light of CSES data. CSES Conference and Planning Comittee Meeting, Warsaw, Poland.

Freire, A. (2003). Issue Voting in Portugal: The 2002 legislative elections. CSES Plenary Session, Stockholm, Sweden.

Haerpfer, C. W. (2006). Political Support for Democracy and Satisfaction with Democracy in European Political Systems. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Hobolt, S. B. and R. Klemmensen (2005). Welfare to Vote: The Effect of Government Spending on Turnout. CSES Plenary Session, Washington DC, United States.

Howell, D. A. and K. J. Long (2002). The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. Questions for the Future: Methodological Research Opportunities. Conference on the "Comparative Study of Electoral Systems", WZB, Berlin, Germany.

Huang, C. (2003). Taiwan’s Election and Democratization Study, 2001 (TEDS 2001). CSES Plenary Session, Stockholm, Sweden.

Ikeda, K. (2006). Japanese National Election in 2005: Based on JES III project. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Ikeda, K. (2006). Recent Japanese Elections with CSES2 Data: Based on JES III project. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Ikeda, K. (2008). Recent Japanese Elections with CSES3 Data: Based on a Panel Survey with Asian Barometer. CSES Conference: Political Institutions - Rationality - Electoral Behavior, Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Warsaw Poland.

Isaev, K. (2006). Peculiarities and Results of the 2005 Elections in Kyrgyzstan. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Jasiewicz, K. (2008). The Old Regime and Democracy. CSES Conference: Political Institutions - Rationality - Electoral Behavior, Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Warsaw Poland.

Karp, J. A. and S. A. Banducci (2006). Electoral Systems and Political Efficacy. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Kedar, O. (2005). How Diffusion of Power in Parliaments Affects Voter Choice. CSES Plenary Session, Washington DC

Klingemann, H.-D. (2003). The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems: A Reminder of Module One. CSES Plenary Session, Stockholm, Sweden.

Klingemann, H.-D. (2008). Questions and Answers: How Political Institutions influence the Voting Behavior. CSES Conference: Political Institutions - Rationality - Electoral Behavior, Warsaw School of Psychology, Warsaw, Poland.

Lee, N.-Y., H.-J. Kim, Y.-T. Kim and W. Kim (2005). The Political Effects of the Introduction of “Two-Ballot Votes” System in Korea: Comparison with Japan, New Zealand, and Germany. CSES Conference in Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan.

Loewen, P. J. and A. Blais (2006). Testing Publius' Federalism: Losers Consent, Winners Lament? CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Long Jusko, K. (2005). The Political Representation of the Poor: A Research Note Using CSES Data. CSES Plenary Session, Washington, D.C.

Markowski, R. (2002). Diffuse Political Support in New and Old Democracies. Conference on the "Comparative Study of Electoral Systems", Berlin, Germany.

Markowski, R. (2006). Meaningful Choices: Micro Level Logic. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Markowski, R. and J. Tucker (2008). Subjective vs. Objective Proximity in Poland: Controversies in the Choice of Measurement? CSES Conference: Political Institutions - Rationality - Electoral Behavior, Warsaw, Poland.

Milner, H. (2006). Does Proportional Representation Boost Turnout? A Political Knowledge-based Explanation. CSES Conference, Toronto.

Norris, P. (2003). A Comparative Perspective on Political Behaviour and Turnout. CSES Plenary Session, Stockholm, Sweden.

Ortega, C. (2006). Preferential Voting Systems and their Impact on the Personalization of Politics. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Rico, G. (2006). Factors of voting personalization in Spanish elections, 1979-2004. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Schmitt, H. (2002). Multiple Party Identifications. Conference on the "Comparative Study of Electoral Systems", WZB, Berlin, Germany.

Shastri, S. (2006). Comparing General Election Trends with By Elections: Emerging Patterns in the Indian Electoral Contest and its Implications for Electoral Politics. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Štebe, J. (2003). Consequences of Voting on Changes in Satisfaction with Democracy in Post-Socialist Countries. CSES Plenary Session 2003 Research Panel Stockholm, Sweden.

Tigno, J. and L. L. Guerrero (2006). Political Capital: The Politics of Leadership Resilience in the Philippines, Thailand, and the United States. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Tóka, G. (2002). Expressive vs. Instrumental Voting and Institutional Design. Conference on the "Comparative Study of Electoral Systems", Berlin, Germany.

Tóka, G. (2003). Turnout and Information Effects in Elections. CSES Plenary Session, Stockholm, Sweden.

Tóka, G. (2006). Citizen Information, Election Outcomes and Good Governance. Conference on the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems, Bangalore, India.

Tóka, G. (2006). Party Systems and Information Costs. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Tóka, G. (2008). The Impact of Full Turnout on the Policy Positions of the Median Voter. CSES Conference: Political Institutions - Rationality - Electoral Behavior, Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Warsaw Poland.

Tumanov, S., A. Gasparishvili and D. Rotman (2006). Political Parties and Electoral Preferences in Russia, Byelorussia and Ukraine at the Beginning of the 21st Century. CSES Conference and Planning Commmittee Meeting, Seville, Spain.

Vowles, J. (2007). Does Globalization Affect Public Perceptions of "Who is in Power Can Make a Difference"? Evidence from 37 Countries, 1996-2005. CSES Conference on Monitoring Democracy Development and Electoral Behavior in Central and Eastern Europe, Cologne, Germany.

Vowles, J. (2008). Making a Difference? Coalition and Single Party Governments, Public Perceptions and Turnout. CSES Conference: Political Institutions - Rationality - Electoral Behavior, Warsaw School of Social Psychology, Warsaw Poland.

Weßels, B. and H. Schmitt (2006). What Shapes Electoral Choice Options? Institutional Determinants of the Distinctiveness of Choice Options. CSES Conference on Electoral Systems and Electoral Politics, Bangalore, India.

Weßels, B. and H. Schmitt (2007). Meaningful Choices, Political Supply, and Institutional Effectiveness. CSES Conference on Monitoring Democracy Development and Electoral Behavior in Central and Eastern Europe, Cologne, Germany.