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André Blais, Shaun Bowler, Todd Donovan and Ola Listhaug. 2005
CJ Anderson
Losers’ Consent: Elections and Democratic Legitimacy, 0
1345*
Demanding choices: Opinion, voting, and direct democracy
S Bowler, T Donovan
University of Michigan Press, 2000
8382000
Minority representation, empowerment, and participation
SA Banducci, T Donovan, JA Karp
The Journal of Politics 66 (2), 534-556, 2004
6552004
Democracy, institutions and attitudes about citizen influence on government
S Bowler, T Donovan
British Journal of Political Science 32 (2), 371-390, 2002
5492002
Enraged or engaged? Preferences for direct citizen participation in affluent democracies
S Bowler, T Donovan, JA Karp
Political Research Quarterly 60 (3), 351-362, 2007
3482007
The elements of social scientific thinking
T Donovan, KR Hoover
Cengage Learning, 2013
343*2013
Popular support for direct democracy
T Donovan, JA Karp
Party politics 12 (5), 671-688, 2006
2982006
Citizens as legislators: Direct democracy in the United States
S Bowler, T Donovan, CJ Tolbert
Ohio State University Press, 1998
2811998
Why politicians like electoral institutions: Self-interest, values, or ideology?
S Bowler, T Donovan, JA Karp
The journal of politics 68 (2), 434-446, 2006
2672006
Strategic voting, party activity, and candidate effects: testing explanations for split voting in New Zealand's new mixed system
JA Karp, J Vowles, SA Banducci, T Donovan
Electoral Studies 21 (1), 1-22, 2002
2452002
Measuring the effect of direct democracy on state policy: Not all initiatives are created equal
S Bowler, T Donovan
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 4 (3), 345-363, 2004
2262004
Direct democracy and minority rights: an extension
T Donovan, S Bowler
American Journal of Political Science, 1020-1024, 1998
2171998
Ballot propositions and information costs: Direct democracy and the fatigued voter
S Bowler, T Donovan, T Happ
Western Political Quarterly 45 (2), 559-568, 1992
2061992
Proportional representation and attitudes about politics: Results from New Zealand
SA Banducci, T Donovan, JA Karp
Electoral Studies 18 (4), 533-555, 1999
1751999
The limits of electoral reform
S Bowler, T Donovan
OUP Oxford, 2013
1552013
Election administration and perceptions of fair elections
S Bowler, T Brunell, T Donovan, P Gronke
Electoral Studies 38, 1-9, 2015
1412015
Electoral reform and minority representation: Local experiments with alternative elections
S Bowler, T Donovan, D Brockington
Ohio State University Press, 2003
1352003
Right‐wing populist party supporters: Dissatisfied but not direct democrats
S Bowler, D Denemark, T Donovan, D McDonnell
European Journal of Political Research 56 (1), 70-91, 2017
1322017
Information and opinion change on ballot propositions
S Bowler, T Donovan
Political Behavior 16, 411-435, 1994
1251994
Political engagement, mobilization, and direct democracy
T Donovan, CJ Tolbert, DA Smith
Public Opinion Quarterly 73 (1), 98-118, 2009
1232009
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