Modelling Elections in Post-Communist Regimes: Voter Perceptions, Political Leaders and Activists

@inproceedings{Schofield2011ModellingEI,
  title={Modelling Elections in Post-Communist Regimes: Voter Perceptions, Political Leaders and Activists},
  author={Norman Schofield},
  year={2011}
}
Recent work has argued that institutional characteristics of political systems, such as presidentialism vs. parliamentarianism, or majoritarianism vs. proportionality, will have significant effects on the stability of government and the nature of redistributive politics. 

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