Electoral_Systems_&_Political_Context

Electoral Systems and Political Context:

How the Effects of Rules Vary Across New and Established Democracies

 

Moser, Robert G., and Ethan Scheiner.  2012.   Electoral Systems and Political Context: How the Effects of Rules Vary Across New and Established Democracies.  New York:  Cambridge University Press.

 

Correcting an oversight in the acknowledgments:

Rick Bairett (who earned his Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of California, Davis) pointed us (the authors) to a citation (Robert Franzese, "Multicausality, Context-Conditionality, and Endogeneity" in the 2007 Oxford Handbook of Comparative Politics) that proved immensely helpful in our setup of the book.  We carelessly left out mention in the acknowledgments in the book of this extremely useful suggestion, but we note it here:  Many thanks, Rick!

 

Online Appendices

Chapter 1

Chapter 2 Replication Materials (.dta data file and .r command file - analysis was done in R)

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 4 Replication Materials (.dta data file and Stata .do command files - analysis was done in Stata)

Chapter 5

Chapter 5 - Error in Table 5.4 (Japan 2005 model)

Chapter 6

Chapter 6 Replication Material (.dta data sets and both .do and .r command files - some analysis was done in R and some in Stata)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7 Replication Material (.dta data sets and Stata .do files - analysis was done in Stata)

Chapter 8

Chapter 8 Replication Material (.dta data sets and both .do and .r command files - some analysis was done in R and some in Stata)

Chapter 9