Payments and Penalties for Democracy: Gendered Electoral Financing in Action Worldwide

@article{Muriaas2021PaymentsAP,
  title={Payments and Penalties for Democracy: Gendered Electoral Financing in Action Worldwide},
  author={Ragnhild L. Muriaas and Amy G. Mazur and Season Hoard},
  journal={American Political Science Review},
  year={2021},
  volume={116},
  pages={502 - 515}
}
This article examines the interplay between gendered electoral financing (GEF) and other crucial factors in democratic elections worldwide to determine whether, how, and why these understudied mechanisms help achieve gender balance in national parliaments. Integrating qualitative comparative analysis and minimalist causal mechanism case studies, the sequential mixed methods study of GEF implementation in 31 elections in 17 countries shows that enhanced gender balance is achieved when GEF is… 
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