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2008
Toka, Gabor . Citizen information, election outcomes and good governance. Electoral Studies. 27, (1), 31-44.
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2010
Fisher, Stephen D.,  Hobolt, Sara B. Coalition government and electoral accountability. Electoral Studies. 29, (3), 358-369.
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2008
Fisher, Stephen D.,  Lessard-Phillips, Laurence,  Hobolt, Sara B.,  Curtice, John . Disengaging voters: Do plurality systems discourage the less knowledgeable from voting?. Electoral Studies. 27, (1), 89-104.
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2010
Vowles, Jack . Making a difference? Public perceptions of coalition, single-party, and minority governments. Electoral Studies. 29, (3), 370-380.
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2008
Wessels, Bernhard,  Schmitt, Hermann . Meaningful choices, political supply, and institutional effectiveness. Electoral Studies. 27, (1), 19-30.
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2007
Bernhagen, Patrick,  Marsh, Michael . The partisan effects of low turnout: Analyzing vote abstention as a missing data problem. Electoral Studies. 26, (3), 548-560.
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2012
Anderson, Christopher J.,  Just, Aida . Partisan legitimacy across generations. Electoral Studies. 31, (2), 306-316.
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2008
Karp, Jeffrey A.,  Banducci, Susan A. When politics is not just a man's game: Women's representation and political engagement. Electoral Studies. 27, (1), 105-115.
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2012
Hawley, G.,  Sagarzazu, I. Where did the votes go? Reassessing American party realignments via vote transfers between major parties from 1860 to 2008. Electoral Studies. 31, (4), 726-739.
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