Journal Articles

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

Abou-Chadi, T. (2018). “Electoral competition, political risks, and parties’ responsiveness to voters’ issue priorities.” Electoral Studies 55: 99-108.

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

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.

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

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. (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 (2012). “Left Parties, Poor Voters, and Electoral Participation in Advanced Industrial Societies.” Comparative Political Studies 45(6): 714-746.

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.

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.

Barcelo, J. and T. Muraoka (2018). “The effect of variance in district magnitude on party system inflation.” Electoral Studies 54: 44-55.

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.

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.

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

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. (2007). “Institutional Contexts and Individual Decisions: Fourth National CIDE-CSES Survey.” Politica y Gobierno 14(2): 467-490.

Bernauer, J., N. Giger and J. Rosset (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. 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. (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 (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., I. Budge and M. D. Mcdonald (2012). “Representation as a median mandate: Taking cross-national differences seriously.” European Journal of Political Research 51(1): 1-23.

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. (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.

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.

Bischof, D. S., Roman (2017). “Simple politics for the people? Complexity in campaign messages and political knowledge.” European Journal of Political Research.

Blais, A., E. Gidengil, R. Nadeau and N. Nevitte (2001). “Measuring Party Identification: Britain, Canada and the United States.” Political Behavior 23(1): 18.

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

Blais, A., E. Guntermann and M. A. Bodet (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.

Borooah, V. K., A. B. Katos and E. Katsouli (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.

Brader, T. A., J. A. Tucker and A. Therriault (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. (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.

Burlacu, D. E. (2018). “Corruption and Ideological Voting.” British Journal of Political Science.

Busch, K. B. (2016). “Estimating parties’ left-right positions: Determinants of voters’ perceptions’ proximity to party ideology.” Electoral Studies 41: 159-178.

Calvo, E., K. Chang and T. Hellwig (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.

Carreras, M. (2016). “High-Profile Female Executive Candidates and the Political Engagement of Women – A Multilevel Analysis.” Political Research Quarterly.

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

Carroll, R. and H. Kubo (2018). “Explaining citizen perceptions of party ideological positions: The mediating role of political contexts.” Electoral Studies 51: 14-23.

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

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 and J. Roh (2015). “Cognitive and partisan mobilization in new democracies: The case of South Korea.” Party Politics: 12.

Christmann, P. (2018). “Economic performance, quality of democracy and satisfaction with democracy.” Electoral Studies 53: 79-89.

Christmann, P. and M. Torcal (2018). “The Effects of Government System Fractionalization on Satisfaction With Democracy.” Political Science Research and Methods 6(3): 593-611.

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

Clark, N. (2016). “Explaining Political Knowledge: The Role of Procedural Quality in an Informed Citizenry.” Political Studies.

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

Córdova, A. and G. Rangel (2016). “Addressing the Gender Gap: The Effect of Compulsory Voting on Women’s Electoral Engagement.” Comparative Political Studies.

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 and J. D. Potter (2013). “Party-System Nationalization and the Scope of Public Policy: The Importance of Cross-District Constituency Similarity.” Comparative Political Studies 46(4): 431-456.

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., W. Jou and V. Memoli (2013). “How moderates and extremists find happiness: Ideological orientation, citizen-government proximity, and life satisfaction.” International Political Science Review.

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

Cześnik, M. (2009). “Voter Turnout Stability Evidence from Poland.” Polish Sociological Review 65(1): 107-122.

da Silva, F. F. (2018). “Fostering turnout?: Assessing party leaders’ capacity to mobilize voters.” Electoral Studies 56(December 2018): 61-79.

Dahlberg, S. (2009). “Political Parties and Perceptual Agreement: The Influence of Party Related Factors on Voters’ Perceptions in Proportional Electoral Systems.” Electoral Studies 28(2): 270-278.

Dahlberg, S. (2013). “Does context matter – The impact of electoral systems, political parties and individual characteristics on voters’ perceptions of party positions.” Electoral Studies 32(4): 670-683.

Dahlberg, S. and S. Holmberg (2014). “Democracy and Bureaucracy: How their Quality Matters for Popular Satisfaction.” West European Politics 37(3): 515-537.

Dahlberg, S., J. Linde and S. Holmberg (2015). “Democratic Discontent in Old and New Democracies: Assessing the Importance of Democratic Input and Governmental Output.” Political Studies 63(1): 18-37.

Dalton, R. J. (2005). The Myth of the Disengaged American. Public Opinion Pros.

Dalton, R. J. (2006). “Social Modernization and the End of Ideology Debate: Patterns of Ideological Polarization.” Japanese Journal of Political Science 7(1): 1-22.

Dalton, R. J. (2008). “The Quantity and the Quality of Party Systems. Party System Polarization, Its Measurement, and Its Consequences ” Comparative Political Studies 41(7): 899-920.

Dalton, R. J. (2009). “Economics, Environmentalism and Party Alignments: A Note on Partisan Change in Advanced Industrial Democracies.” European Journal of Political Research 48(2): 161-175.

Dalton, R. J. and I. McAllister (2014). “Random Walk or Planned Excursion? Continuity and Change in the Left-Right Positions of Political Parties.” Comparative Political Studies: 29.

Dalton, R. J. and A. Tanaka (2007). “The Patterns of Party Polarization in East Asia.” Journal of East Asian Studies 7(2): 203-223.

Dalton, R. J. and S. A. Weldon (2004). “L’immagine dei partiti politici nell’opinione pubblica: un male necessario? [Public Images of Political Parties: A Necessary Evil?].” Rivista italiana di scienza politica 34: 379-404.

Dalton, R. J. and S. A. Weldon (2005). “Public Images of Political Parties: A Necessary Evil?” West European Politics 28(5): 931-951.

Dalton, R. J. and S. A. Weldon (2007). “Partisanship and Party System Institutionalization.” Party Politics 13(2): 179-196.

Dassonneville, R., A. Blais and Y. Dejaeghere (2015). “Staying with the party, switching or exiting? A comparative analysis of determinants of party switching and abstaining.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 25(3): 387-405.

Dassonneville, R. and Y. Dejaeghere (2014). “Bridging the Ideological Space. A Cross-National Analysis of the Distance of Party Switching.” European Journal of Political Research(53): 580-599.

Dassonneville, R. and I. McAllister (2018). “Gender, Political Knowledge, and Descriptive Representation: The Impact of Long-Term Socialization.” American Journal of Political Science 62(2): 249-265.

Davis, N. T. (2014). “Responsiveness and the rules of the game: How disproportionality structures the effects of winning and losing on external efficacy*.” Electoral Studies 36(2): 129-136.

De Ferrari, I. (2015). “The Successor Factor: Electoral Accountability in Presidential Democracies.” Comparative Political Studies 48(2): 193-230.

De Vries, C. and N. Giger (2012). “Holding Governments Accountable: Individual Heterogeneity in Performance Voting.” European Journal of Political Research 53(2): 345-362.

De Vries, C. and N. Giger (2013). “Holding governments accountable? Individual heterogneity in performance.” European Journal of Political Research.

Dejaeghere, Y. and R. Dasonneville (2015). “A comparative investigation into the effects of party-system variables on party switching using individual-level data.” Party Politics.

Dow, J. K. (2011). “Party-System Extremism in Majoritarian and Proportional Electoral Systems.” British Journal of Political Science 41(02): 341-361.

Dowley, K. and B. D. Silver (2005). “Cross-National Survey Research and Subnational Pluralism.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 17(2): 226-238.

Drummond, A. J. (2010). “Assimilation, contrast and voter projections of parties in left-right space: Does the electoral system matter?” Party Politics 17(6): 711-743.

Drummond, A. J. L., Jacek (2010). “Reconstructing Galicia: Mapping the Cultural and Civic Traditions of the Former Austrian Galicia in Poland and Ukraine.” Europe-Asia Studies 62(8): 1311-1338.

Duch, R. M., J. May and D. A. Armstrong (2010). “Coalition-directed Voting in Multiparty Democracies.” American Political Science Review 104(4): 22.

Ecker, A., K. Glinitzer and T. M. Meyer (2015). “Corruption performance voting and the electoral context.” European Political Science Review.

Enyedi, Z. (2014). “The discreet charm of political parties.” Party Politics: 1-11.

Enyedi, Z. and G. Tóka (2001). “Moæ slabih: Politièke stranke u Maðarskoj [The Power of the Weak: Political Parties in Hungary].” Politièka Misao 38(2): 68-90.

Etienne, A. (2007). “Do Election Results Represent People’s Political Ideologies? A Study of the French 2002 Presidential Elections.” French Politics 5: 20-32.

Ezrow, L., J. Homola and M. Tavits (2013). “Voter polarization, Strength of Partisanship, and Support for Extremist Parties.” Comparative Political Studies: 1-17.

Ezrow, L., J. Homola and M. Tavits (2014). “When extremism pays: policy positions, voter certainty, and party supprot in postcommunist Europe.” The Journal of Politics 76(2): 535-547.

Fails, M. D. and H. N. Pierce (2008). “Changing Mass Attitudes and Democratic Deepening.” Political Research Quarterly 63(1): 174-187.

Farrell, D. and I. McAllister (2006). “Voter Satisfaction and Electoral Systems: Does Preferential Voting in Candidate-Centred Systems make a Difference?” European Journal of Political Research 45(5): 723-749.

Ferland, B. (2015). “A rational or a virtuous citizenry? e The asymmetric impact of biases in votes-seats translation on citizens’ satisfaction with democracy.” Electoral Studies.

Ferland, B. (2016). “Revisiting the ideological congruence controversy.” European Journal of Political Research forthcoming.

Ferland, B. (2018). “Ideological congruence over gevernment mandates under majoritarian and proportional representation electoral systems.” West European Politics 41(2): 350-383.

Ferland, B. (2018). “Party responsiveness to public opinion and party supporters – Revisiting the mechanisms and motivations.” Party Politics.

Fisher, S. D. and S. B. Hobolt (2010). “Coalition Government and Electoral Accountability.” Electoral Studies 29(3): 358-369.

Fisher, S. D., L. Lessard-Phillips, S. B. Hobolt and J. Curtice (2008). “Disengaging Voters: Do Plurality Systems Discourage the Less Knowledgeable from Voting?” Electoral Studies 27(1): 89-104.

Fortin-Rittberger, J. (2016). “Cross-National Gender Gaps in Political Knowledge: How Much Is Due to Context?” Political Research Quarterly.

Fortin-Rittberger, J. H., Philipp; Dingler, Sarah C. (2017). “The costs of electoral fraud: establishing the link between electoral integrity, winning an election, and satisfaction with democracy.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 27(3): 350-368.

Fraile, M. (2007). “La influencia del conocimiento político en las decisiones de voto (The influence of political knowledge in voting decisions).” Revista Espanola de Investigaciones Sociológicas(120): 41-74.

Fraile, M. and R. Gomez (2015). “Why Does Alejandro Know More about Politics than Catalina? Explaining the Latin American Gender Gap in Political Knowledge.” Journal of Political Science.

Franklin, M. N. and C. Wlezien (2002). “Reinventing Election Studies.” Electoral Studies 21(2): 331-338.

Freire, A. (2004). “Second-Order Elections and Electoral Cycles in Democratic Portugal.” South European Society & Politics 9(3): 54-79.

Gallego, A. (2009). “Where Else Does Turnout Decline Come From? Education, Age, Generation and Period Effects in Three European Countries.” Scandinavian Political Studies 32(1): 23-44.

Gallego, A. (2010). “Understanding Unequal Turnout: Education and Voting in Comparative Perspective.” Electoral Studies 29(2): 239-248.

Gidengil, E., A. Blais, N. Nevitte and R. Nadeau (2001). “The Correlates and Consequences of Anti-Partyism in the 1997 Canadian Election.” Party Politics 7(4): 491-513.

Giger, N. (2010). “Do voters punish the government for welfare state retrenchment A comparative study of electoral costs associated with social policy.” Comparative European Politics 8(4): 415-443.

Giger, N. (2011). “Is Social Policy Retrenchment Unpopular? How Welfare Reforms Affect Government Popularity.” European Sociological Review.

Golder, M. and J. Stramski (2010). “Ideological Congruence and Electoral Institutions.” American Journal of Political Science 54(1): 90-106.

Gomez, R. and L. Ramiro (2018). “Beyond the 2008 Great Recession – Economic factors and electoral support for the radical left in Europe.” Party Politics.

Grofman, B. (2010). “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 29(4): 673-677.

Grofman, B. (2016). “Perspectives on the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems.” Annual Review of Political Science 19(1): 523-540.

Grofman, B. and R. Kline (2011). “How many political parties are there, really? A new measure of the ideologically cognizable number of parties/party groupings.” Party Politics.

Grofman, B. and R. Kline (2012). “How many political parties are there, really? A new measure of the ideologically cognizable number of parties/party groupings.” Party Politics 18(4): 523-544.

Grönlund, K. and H. Milner (2006). “The Determinants of Political Knowledge in Comparative Perspective.” Scandinavian Political Studies 29(4): 386-406.

Gschwend, T. and D. Leuffen (2005). “Divided We Stand – Unified We Govern? Cohabitation and Regime Voting in the 2002 French Elections.” British Journal of Political Science 35(4): 691-712.

Han, S. M. and E. C. C. Chang (2016). “Economic inequality, winner-loser gap, and satisfaction with democracy.” Electoral Studies 44: 85-97.

Harteveld, E., W. Van Der Brug, S. Dahlberg and A. Kokkonen (2015). “The gender gap in populist radical-right voting: examining the demand side in Western and Eastern Europe.” Patterns of Prejudice 49.

Heath, A., S. Fisher and S. Smith (2005). “The Globalization of Public Opinion Research.” Annual Review of Political Science 8: 297-333.

Helgason, A. F. and V. Merola (2016). “Income-based Voting and Polarization over Redistribution under Alternative Electoral Systems.” Electoral Studies(forthcoming).

Hellwig, T. (2008). “Explaining the Salience of Left–Right Ideology in Postindustrial Democracies: The Role of Structural Economic Change.” European Journal of Political Research 47(6): 687-709.

Hellwig, T. T. (2001). “Interdependence, Government Constraints, and Economic Voting.” The Journal of Politics 63(4): 1141-1162.

Henderson, A. (2008). “Satisfaction with Democracy: The Impact of Winning and Losing in Westminster Systems.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 18(1): 3-26.

Hieda, T. (2012). “Comparative Political Economy of Long-Term Care for Elderly People: Political Logic of Universalistic Social Care Policy Development.” Social Policy & Administration 46(3): 258-279.

Hobolt, S. B. and J. A. Karp (2010). “Voters and coalition governments.” Electoral Studies 29(3): 299-307.

Holmberg, S. (2003). “Are political parties necessary?” Electoral Studies 22(2): 287-299.

Houle, C. (2015). “Ethnic Inequality and the Dismantling of Democracy: A Global Analysis.” World Politics 67(3): 469-505.

Houle, C. (2017). “Inequality, ethnic diversity, and redistribution.” The Journal of Economic Inequality 15(1): 1-23.

Howell, P. and F. Justwan (2013). “Nail-biters and no-contests: The effect of electoral margins on satisfaction with democracy in winners and losers.” Electoral Studies 32(2): 334-343.

Huang, M.-h., Y.-t. Chang and Y.-h. Chu (2008). “Identifying Sources of Democratic Legitimacy: A Multilevel Analysis ” Electoral Studies 27(1): 45-62.

Huber, J., G. Kernell and E. L. Leoni (2005). “Institutional Context, Cognitive Resources and Party Attachments Across Democracies.” Political Analysis 13(4): 365-386.

Huber, J. D. (2012). “Measuring ethnic voting: Does proportional representation politicize ethnicity?” American Journal of Political Science 56(4): 986-1001.

Huber, J. D. and P. Stanig (2011). “Church-state separation and redistribution.” Journal of Public Economics 95(7-8): 828-836.

Huddy, L., A. Bankert and C. Davies (2018). “Expressive Versus Instrumental Partisanship in Multiparty European Systems.” Political Psychology 39(S1): 173-199.

Ikeda, K. i., T. Kobayashi and M. Hoshimoto (2008). “Does Political Participation Make a Difference? The Relationship Between Political Choice, Civic Engagement and Political Efficacy.” Electoral Studies 27(1): 77-88.

Ilirjani, A. (2005). “Electoral Behavior in the 2005 Albanian Parliamentary Election.” Albanian Journal of Politics 1(1): 75-86.

Iversen, T. and D. Soskice (2015). “Information, Inequality, and Mass Polarization: Ideology in Advanced Democracies.” Comparative Political Studies 48(13): 1781-1813.

Jansen, G., G. Evans and N. D. de Graaf (2013). “Class voting and Left–Right party positions: A comparative study of 15 Western democracies, 1960–2005.” Social Science Research 42(2): 376-400.

Jensen, J. L., P. E. Sum and D. T. Flynn (2009). “Political Orientations and Behavior of Public Employees: A Cross-National Comparison.” Journal for Public Administration Research and Theory 19(4): 709-730.

Johnson, A. A. (2013). “Ambivalence, political engagement and context.” Political Studies.

Johnston, R. (2005). “Learning about Ourselves from Learning about Others: Comparative Studies of Elections.” The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 7(2): 281 – 291.

Johnston, R. (2006). “Party Identification: Unmoved Mover or Sum of Preferences.” Annual Review of Political Science 9: 329-351.

Jou, W. (2010). “The Heuristic Value of the Left-Right Schema in East Asia.” International Political Science Review 31(3): 366-394.

Jung, D.-J. (2017). “Irrationalizing the rational choice model of voting: The moderating effects of partisanship on turnout decisions in Western and postcommunist democracies.” Electoral Studies 50: 26-38.

Jung, D.-J. (2018). “Does Partisanship Hurt Electoral Accountability? Individual-Level and Aggregate-Level Comparisons of Western and Postcommunist Democracies.” East European Politics and Societies and Cultures.

Karp, J. and D. Brockington (2005). “Social Desirability and Response Validity: A Comparative Analysis of Over-Reporting Turnout in Five Countries.” The Journal of Politics 67(3): 825-840.

Karp, J. A. (2012). “Electoral Systems, Party Mobilisation and Political Engagement.” Australian Journal of Political Science 47(1): 71-89.

Karp, J. A. and S. A. Banducci (2007). “Party Mobilization and Political Participation in New and Old Democracies.” Party Politics 13(2): 217-234.

Karp, J. A. and S. A. Banducci (2008). “Political Efficacy and Participation in Twenty-Seven Democracies: How Electoral Systems Shape Political Behaviour.” British Journal of Political Science 38(2): 311-334.

Karp, J. A. and S. A. Banducci (2008). “When Politics is not just a Man’s Game: Women’s Representation and Political Engagement.” Electoral Studies 27(1): 105-115.

Karp, J. A., S. A. Banducci and S. Bowler (2007). “Getting Out the Vote: Party Mobilization in a Comparative Perspective.” British Journal of Political Science 38(1): 91-112.

Karp, J. A. and C. Milazzo (2015). “Democratic Scepticism and Political Participation in Europe.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 25(1): 97-110.

Kasara, K. and P. Suryanarayan (2015). “When do the Rich Vote Less than the Poor and Why? Explaining Turnout Inequality across the World.” American Journal of Political Science 59(3): 613-627.

Kayser, M. A. and M. Peress (2012). “Benchmarking across Borders: Electoral Accountability and the Necessity of Comparison.” American Political Science Review 106(3): 661-684.

Kedar, O. (2005). “How Diffusion of Power in Parliaments Affects Voter Choice.” Political Analysis 13(4): 410-429.

Kedar, O. (2005). “When Moderate Voters Prefer Extreme Parties: Policy Balancing in Parliamentary Elections.” American Political Science Review 99(2): 185-199.

Kedar, O. (2006). “How Voters Work around Institutions: Policy Balancing in Staggered Elections.” Electoral Studies 25(3): 509-527.

Kernell, G. (2015). “Party Nomination Rules and Campaign Participation.” Comparative Political Studies 48(13): 1814-1843.

Kim, M. (2009). “Cross-National Analyses of Satisfaction with Democracy and Ideological Congruence.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 19(1): 49-72.

Knight, K. and M. Marsh (2002). “Varieties of Election Studies.” Electoral Studies 21(2): 169-187.

Kohler, U. (2011). “Estimating the potential impact of nonvoters on outcomes of parliamentary elections in proportional systems with an application to German national elections from 1949 to 2009.” Electoral Studies 30: 497-509.

Kostadinova, T. (2010). “Abstain or Rebel: Corruption Perceptions and Voting in East European Elections.” Politics & Policy 37(4): 691-714.

Kostadinova, T. and P. Kostadinova (2016). “Party Promises, Voter Understanding, and Mandate Responsiveness in East European Politics.” Politics & Policy 44(1): 5-34.

Lachat, R., A. Blais and I. Lago (2015). “Assesing the Mechanical and Psychological Effects of District Magnitude.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 25(3): 284-299.

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