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Bibliography

The CSES Bibliography cites publications and presentations known to utilize the CSES. Full Bibliography (1,009)

Books and Book Chapters (133)
Journal Articles (323)
Conference Papers (409)
Dissertations (33)
Newsletters and Reports (6)
CSES Conference Presentations (47)
Working Papers (54)

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Globalization increases electoral fairness.

Birch, 2016

Voters are not only concerned about party positions, but also policy outcomes.

Kedar, 2005, 2006

Inequality undermines public goods provision.

Baldwin and Huber, 2010

Adverse economic conditions motivate political participation.

Karp and Milazzo, 2016

By exposing divisions, open party nomination processes decrease political participation.

Kernell, 2015

The wealthy turn out to vote more when the public wants — and the state can deliver — redistribution.

Kasara and Suryanarayan, 2015

Ideologically distinct options make it easier for citizens to vote according to their interests.

Lau et al., 2013

Political polarization increases political engagement.

Lupu, 2014

Public attachment to political parties facilitates political representation.

Dalton, Farrell, and McAllister, 2011

People vote less on the economy when multi-level governance makes it hard to identify who is in charge.

Anderson, 2006

Corruption and human rights problems decrease the importance voters place on the economy.

Singer, 2011

The voting public is more tolerant of poor national economic performance when the global economy is also lackluster.

Kayser and Peress, 2012