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 2022/1 (vol. 55)


  • 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)