Comparative Politics 2024/3 (Vol. 56.)

  • Pearce Edwards: Religious Leaders and Resistance to Repression: The Bishops Opposed to Argentina’s Dirty War (269)
  • Mariana Giusti-Rodríguez: Shaping Ethnoracial Identities: State-Society Relations and Programmatic Differentiation in the Andes (295)
  • Calla Hummel, V. Ximena Velasco-Guachalla: Activists, Parties, and the Expansion of Trans Rights in Bolivia (321)
  • Merete Bech Seeberg, Michael Wahman: How Does Primary Election Manipulation Affect the Selection of Women Candidates? Evidence from Malawi (345)
  • Eleanor Knott: Ethnonationalism or a Financial-Criminal Incentive Structure? Explaining Elite Support in Crimea for Russia’s Annexation (367)
  • Elissa Berwick: Beyond Secession: Substate Nationalism and Support for Redistribution in Spain (395)
  • Abstracts (419)

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Comparative Politics 2023/3 (Vol. 55.)

  • Mark I. Vail, Sara Watson, Daniel Driscoll: Representation and Displacement: Labor Disembedding and Contested Neoliberalism in France (377)
  • Mart Trasberg: Informal Institutions and Community Development Protests: Evidence from Sub-Municipal Localities in Mexico (401)
  • Helen Rabello Kras: Rearranging the News Agenda: State Action and News Media Reporting on Violence against Women in Brazil (425)
  • Rachael McLellan: Delivering the Vote: Community Politicians and the Credibility of Punishment Regimes in Electoral Autocracies (449)
  • Jason Y. Wu, Tianguang Meng: The Nature of Ideology in Urban China (473)
  • Safia Abukar Farole: Local Electoral Institutions and the Dynamic Motivations of Ethnic Party Candidate Nominations in South Africa (497)
  • Abstracts (521)

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Comparative Politics 2024/2 (Vol. 56.)

  • Federico Fuchs: Competition, Cooperation, and Influence in the Informal Economy: Interest Representation in Informal Markets in Mexico City (123)
  • Hsu Yumin Wang: Appeasing Workers without Great Loss: Autocracy and Progressive Labor Legislation (149)
  • Ling S. Chen: Institutional Rebound: Why Reforming China’s State-Owned Enterprises Is so Difficult (173)
  • Giovanni Capoccia, Grigore Pop-Eleches: Trying Perpetrators: Denazification Trials and Support for Democracy in West Germany (197)
  • Ezequiel González-Ocantos, Carlos Meléndez: Rethinking the Role of Issue-Voting in Referenda: Conjoint and Vote Choice Analyses of Preferences for Constitutional Change in Chile (219)

Review Article

  • Dmitrii Kofanov: Sources of Authoritarian Resilience: New Perspectives on Power-Sharing and Popular Support (243)
  • Abstracts (265)

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Comparative Politics 2023/1 (vol. 56.)

  • Laia Balcells, Lesley-Ann Daniels, Alexander Kuo: The “Weight” of Territorial Issues: Evidence from Catalonia, Scotland, and Northern Ireland (1)
  • Fabio Resmini: Will the Revolution Be Televised? Party Organization, Media Activism, and the Communication Strategies of Left-Wing Governments in Latin America (23)
  • Heather-Leigh K. Ba, Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Yu Bin Kim: Authoritarian Audiences: Theory and Evidence for Subnational Propaganda Targeting in North Korea (49)
  • Charles Hankla, Felix Rioja, Neven Valev: The Political Economy of “Green” Regulation: Evidence from Fuel Price Markets (73)
  • Samantha A. Vortherms: Dividing the People: The Authoritarian Bargain, Development, and Authoritarian Citizenship (95)
  • Abstracts (121)

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Comparative Politics 2023/4 (vol. 55)

  • Benjamín García Holgado, Scott Mainwaring: Why Democracy Survives Presidential Encroachments: Argentina since 1983 (525)
  • Jessica Zarkin: The Silent Militarization: Explaining the Logic of Military Members’ Appointment as Police Chiefs (549)
  • Naosuke Mukoyama: Colonial Oil and State-Making: The Separate Independence of Qatar and Bahrain (573)
  • Xi Chen, Kai Yang: The Puzzle of Cross-Provincial Activism in China: From Relational Dynamics to State Strategies (597)
  • Salam Alsaadi: International Competitive Involvement during Democratic Transitions and State Repression (617)

Research Note

  • Christoph Dworschak: Civil Resistance in the Streetlight: Replicating and Assessing Evidence on Nonviolent Effectiveness (639)
  • Abstracts (653)
  • Index to Volume 55 (657)

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Comparative Politics 2023/2 (vol.55)

  • Anja Giudici, Jane Gingrich, Tom Chevalier, Matthias Haslberger: Center-Right Parties and Post-War Secondary Education (193)
  • Sergiu Gherghina, Caroline Close, Christopher Carman: Parliamentarians’ Support for Direct and Deliberative Democracy in Europe: An Account of Individual-Level Determinants (219)

Special Symposium, Collective Vigilantism in Global Comparative Perspective

  • Dara Kay Cohen, Danielle F. Jung, Michael Weintraub: Introduction: Collective Vigilantism in Global Comparative Perspective (239)
  • Anna Wilke: Gender Gaps in Support for Vigilante Violence (263)
  • Sana Jaffrey: Mechanics of Impunity: Vigilantism and State-Building in Indonesia (287)
  • Enzo Nussio, Govinda Clayton: A Wave of Lynching: Morality and Authority in Post-Tsunami Aceh (313)
  • Eduardo Moncada: The Political Economy of Collective Vigilantism: Comparative Evidence from Mexico (337)
  • Melissa Nobles: Research Note, Building a New Digital Archive: Documenting Anti-Black Violence in the “Jim Crow” U.S. South, 1930–1954 (359)
  • Abstracts (373)

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Comparative Politics 2022/1 (vol. 55)

Contents

  • Jamie L. Shenk: Consultations and Competing Claims: Implementing Participatory Institutions in Colombia’s Extractives Industries (1)
  • Thomas R. Vargas: Decentralization as a Political Weapon: Education Politics in El Salvador and Paraguay (23)
  • Ursula Daxecker, Hanne Fjelde: Electoral Violence, Partisan Identity, and Perceptions of Election Quality: A Survey Experiment in West Bengal, India (47)
  • Allison D. Evans: Privatization and Judicialization in Resource Extraction: Comparing Labor Militancy in the Oil Fields of Russia and Kazakhstan (71)
  • Michael Wahman, Merete Bech Seeberg: Paying to Play: How Parliamentary Candidates Fund Ruling Party Campaigns in Malawi (95)
  • Killian Clarke, Manfred Elfstrom: Power on the Margins: Lumpenproletarian Resistance in China and Egypt (119)
  • Lasse Aaskoven: The Political Effects of Wealth Inequality: Evidence from a Danish Land Reform (143)
  • Adam Ziegfeld: Varieties of Electoral Dominance (165)
  • Abstracts (189)

Comparative Politics 2022/4 (vol. 54)

Contents

  • Haakon Gjerløw, Magnus B. Rasmussen: Revolution, Elite Fear, and Electoral Institutions (595)
  • Henry Thomson: Authoritarian Repression and Electoral Opposition: Mobilization under Germany’s Antisocialist Law (621)
  • Diana Kapiszewski, Lauren M. MacLean, Benjamin L. Read: Dynamic Research Design: Iteration in Field-Based Inquiry (645)
  • Emily Meierding: Over a Barrel? Oil Busts and Petrostate Stability (671)
  • Jean Lachapelle: Repression Reconsidered: Bystander Effects and Legitimation in Authoritarian Regimes (695)
  • Alexander Reisenbichler: Entrenchment or Retrenchment: The Political Economy of Mortgage Debt Subsidies in the United States and Germany (717)
  • Ammar Shamaileh, Yousra Chaábane: Institutional Favoritism, Income, and Political Trust: Evidence from Jordan (741)
  • Ceren Belge, Semuhi Sinanoğlu: Containing Ethnic Conflict: Repression, Cooptation, and Identity Politics (765)
  • Abstracts (787)
  • Index to Volume 54 (791)

Comparative Politics 2022/3 (vol. 54)

Contents

  • Andrés Schipani: Left Behind: Labor Unions and Redistributive Policy under the Brazilian Workers’ Party (405)
  • Vincent Mauro: Party Systems and Redistribution in Democratic Latin America (429)
  • Dina Bishara, Sharan Grewal: Political, Not Partisan: The Tunisian General Labor Union under Democracy (453)
  • Meg Rithmire: Going Out or Opting Out? Capital, Political Vulnerability, and the State in China’s Outward Investment (477)
  • Elizabeth Plantan: Not All NGOs Are Treated Equal: Selectivity in Civil Society in China and Russia (501)
  • David Siroky, Emil Souleimanov, Jean-François Ratelle, Milos Popovic: Purifying the Religion: An Analysis of Haram Targeting among Salafi Jihadi Groups (525)
  • Burcu Pinar Alakoc, Gulay Ugur Goksel, Alan Zarychta: Political Discourse and Public Attitudes toward Syrian Refugees in Turkey (547)

Review Article

  • Philip A. Martin, Andrew Cesare Miller: Ethnicity and Violence in Weak States: Understanding the Mechanisms (573)
  • Abstracts (591)

Comparative Politics 2022/2 (vol. 54)

  • Regina Bateson: Voting for a Killer: Efraín Ríos Montt’s Return to Politics in Democratic Guatemala (203)
  • David Pion-Berlin, Igor Aćacio: Explaining Military Responses to Protests in Latin American Democracies (229)
  • Eric Mosinger,  Kai M. Thaler,  Diana Paz García, Charlotte Fowler: Civil Resistance in the Shadow of the Revolution: Historical Framing in Nicaragua’s Sudden Uprising (253)
  • Per F. Andersson: Taxation and Left-Wing Redistribution: The Politics of Consumption Tax in Britain and Sweden (279)
  • Lucas Gonźalez, Marcelo Nazareno: Resisting Equality: Subnational State Capture and the Unequal Distribution of Inequality (303)
  • Pär Zetterberg,  Elin Bjarnegård,  Melanie M. Hughes,  Pamela Paxton: Democracy and the Adoption of Electoral Gender Quotas Worldwide (327)
  • Yuan Wang: Executive Agency and State Capacity in Development: Comparing Sino-African Railways in Kenya and Ethiopia (349)
  • Steven D. Schaaf: When Do Courts Constrain the Authoritarian State? Judicial Decision-Making in Jordan and Palestine (375)

  • Abstracts (401)