Matthew McMinn Singer
Matthew McMinn Singer
Professor of Political Science, University of Connecticut
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The sensitive left and the impervious right: Multilevel models and the politics of inequality, ideology, and legitimacy in Europe
CJ Anderson, MM Singer
Comparative political studies 41 (4-5), 564-599, 2008
Who says “it’s the economy”? Cross-national and cross-individual variation in the salience of economic performance
MM Singer
Comparative Political Studies 44 (3), 284-312, 2011
The Latin American voter: Pursuing representation and accountability in challenging contexts
RE Carlin, MM Singer, EJ Zechmeister
University of Michigan Press, 2015
Support for Polyarchy in the Americas
RE Carlin, MM Singer
Comparative political studies 44 (11), 1500-1526, 2011
Context counts: The election cycle, development, and the nature of economic voting
MM Singer, RE Carlin
The Journal of Politics 75 (3), 730-742, 2013
The political context and Duverger's theory: Evidence at the district level
MM Singer, LB Stephenson
Electoral Studies 28 (3), 480-491, 2009
Elite polarization and the electoral impact of left-right placements: Evidence from Latin America, 1995-2009
M Singer
Latin American Research Review 51 (2), 174-194, 2016
Buying voters with dirty money: The relationship between clientelism and corruption
M Singer
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
Economic voting in an era of non-crisis: The changing electoral agenda in Latin America, 1982–2010
MM Singer
Comparative Politics 45 (2), 169-185, 2013
Executive approval database 1.0
RE Carlin, J Hartlyn, T Hellwig, GJ Love, C Martinez-Gallardo, MM Singer
Recuperado http://www. Exec. Org, 2016
Was Duverger Correct? Single-Member District Election Outcomes in 53 Countries
MM Singer
British Journal of Political Science, 2013
Delegating Away Democracy: How Good Representation and Policy Successes Can Undermine Democratic Legitimacy
M Singer
Comparative Political Studies, 0010414018784054, 2018
Public support for Latin American presidents: The cyclical model in comparative perspective
RE Carlin, J Hartlyn, T Hellwig, GJ Love, C Martínez-Gallardo, MM Singer
Research & Politics 5 (3), 2053168018787690, 2018
The global economic crisis and domestic political agendas
MM Singer
Electoral Studies 32 (3), 404-410, 2013
Conditional Populist voting in Chile, Greece, Spain, and Bolivia
I Andreadis, KA Hawkins, I Llamazares, MM Singer
The Ideational Approach to Populism, 238-278, 2018
The economy and incumbent support in Latin America
F Gélineau, MM Singer
The Latin American voter: Pursuing representation and accountability in …, 2015
Inequality and deliberative development: Revisiting Bolivia's experience with the PRSP
KM Morrison, MM Singer
Development Policy Review 25 (6), 721-740, 2007
“Defendamos lo que hemos logrado”: Economic Voting in the 2006 Mexican Presidential Election
MM Singer
Política y gobierno 15, 199-236, 2009
When do voters actually think" It's the Economy"?: Evidence from the 2008 presidential campaign
M Singer
Electoral Studies: An international Journal 30 (4), 621-632, 2011
The 2002 presidential and parliamentary elections in Bolivia
MM Singer, KM Morrison
Electoral Studies 23 (1), 172-182, 2004
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