Research

[Book][Refereed Articles] [Other Publications] [Working Papers]

Book


Chang, Eric, Mark Kayser, Drew Linzer, and Ronald Rogowski. 2010. Electoral Systems and the Balance of Consumer-Producer Power.  Cambridge University Press.

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Refereed Articles

Chang, Eric. Forthcoming. “Vote Shifting and Democratic Consolidation in East Asian Democracies: Evidence from Taiwan and South Korea.” Taiwan Journal of Democracy.

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Chang, Eric, Miriam Golden, and Seth J. Hill. 2010. “Legislative Malfeasance and Political Accountability.” World Politics 62 (2): 177-220

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Chang, Eric, and Miriam Golden. 2010. “Sources of Corruption in Authoritarian Regimes.” Social Science Quarterly 91 (1): 1-20.

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Chang, Eric. 2008. “Electoral Incentives and Budgetary Spending: Rethinking the Role of Political Institutions.” Journal of Politics 70 (4): 1086 – 97.

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Chang, Eric, Mark Kayser, and Ronald Rogowski. 2008. “Electoral Systems and Real Prices: Panel Evidence for the OECD Countries, 1970 - 2000.” British Journal of Political Science 38 (4): 739 - 751. Also profiled in Democracy and Society 2 (1): 3 - 4.

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Chang, Eric, and Miriam Golden. 2007. “Electoral Systems, District Magnitude and Corruption.” British Journal of Political Science 37 (1): 115 - 37.

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Chang, Eric. 2006. (With Yun-han Chu). “Corruption and Trust: Exceptionalism in Asian Democracies?” Journal of Politics 68 (2): 259 - 71.

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Bratton, Michael, and Eric Chang. 2006. “State Building and Democratization in Sub-Saharan Africa: Forwards, Backwards, or Together?” Comparative Political Studies 39 (9): 1059 -83.

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Chang, Eric. 2005. “Electoral Incentives for Political Corruption under Open-List Proportional Representation.” Journal of Politics 67 (3): 716 - 730.

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Tsebelis, George, and Eric Chang. 2004. “Veto Players and the Structure of Budgets in Advanced Industrialized Countries.” European Journal of Political Research 43 (3): 449 - 476.  Also appears in George Tsebelis, 2002, Veto Players: How Institutions Work? Chapter 8. Princeton University Press.

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Golden, Miriam, and Eric Chang. 2001. “Competitive Corruption: Factional Conflict and Political Malfeasance in Postwar Italian Christian Democracy.” World Politics 53 (4): 588 - 622.

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Other Publications

Chang, Eric, and Yun-han Chu. 2008. “Quality of Political Choice and Popular Orientation toward Democracy.” In Democratization in Taiwan: Challenges in Transformation, eds. Philip Paolino and James Meernik. Ashgate Press, 105 -- 20.

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Chang, Eric. 2007. “Political Transition, Corruption, and Income Inequality in Third Wave Democracies.” Afrobarometer Working Paper No. 79.

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Working Papers

 

“Sources and Implications of Heterogeneity in Perceptions of Political Corruption.” With Nicholas Kerr.

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“Corruption Predictability in Authoritarian Regimes.”

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“Patronage Politics, Policy Congruence, and Party Systems.” With Helen Lee.

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“Inter-temporal Changes in Voters' Winner-loser Status and Satisfaction with Democracy.” With Yun-han Chu and Wenchin Wu

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