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What is the impact of corruption on citizens' voting behavior? There is a growing literature on an increasingly ubiquitous puzzle in many democratic countries: that corrupt officials continue to be… Continue Reading
In this article, two unexplored trends in European electoral politics are highlighted. Using newly collected data the article tracks the politicisation of corruption in electoral campaigns from 1981… Continue Reading
Corrupt politicians have to a surprisingly high extent been found to go unpunished by the electorate. These findings are, however, drawn from case studies on a limited number of countries. This… Continue Reading
Although corruption voting, that is, the extent to which the voters punish corrupt politicians and under what circumstances they do so, has been an increasingly hot topic during the last decade,… Continue Reading
The party system development in Central and Eastern Europe after the fall of the Berlin wall has put focus on the question what it takes for party systems in newly established democracies to… Continue Reading