Daniel M. Smith
Daniel M. Smith
Associate Professor, Department of Government, Harvard University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu - Homepage
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Parliamentary control of coalition governments
K Strøm, WC Müller, DM Smith
Annual Review of Political Science 13, 517-535, 2010
Political dynasties and the incumbency advantage in party-centered environments
JH Fiva, DM Smith
American Political Science Review 112 (3), 706-712, 2018
Identifying voter preferences for politicians’ personal attributes: A conjoint experiment in Japan
Y Horiuchi, DM Smith, T Yamamoto
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-17, 2018
Measuring voters’ multidimensional policy preferences with conjoint analysis: Application to Japan’s 2014 election
Y Horiuchi, DM Smith, T Yamamoto
Political Analysis 26 (2), 190-209, 2017
Succeeding in politics: dynasties in democracies
DM Smith
UC San Diego, 2012
The contraction effect: How proportional representation affects mobilization and turnout
GW Cox, JH Fiva, DM Smith
The Journal of Politics 78 (4), 1249-1263, 2016
Japan Decides 2017: The Japanese General Election
RJ Pekkanen, SR Reed, E Scheiner, DM Smith
Springer, 2018
Political dynasties and the selection of cabinet ministers
DM Smith, S Martin
Legislative Studies Quarterly 42 (1), 131-165, 2017
Local candidates and voter mobilization: Evidence from historical two-round elections in Norway
JH Fiva, DM Smith
Electoral Studies 45, 130-140, 2017
Candidate selection methods and policy cohesion in parties: The impact of open recruitment in Japan
DM Smith, H Tsutsumi
Party Politics 22 (3), 339-353, 2016
The Reed-Smith Japanese House of Representatives Elections Dataset
DM Smith
Harvard Dataverse, https://dataverse. harvard. edu/dataset. xhtml, 2017
Parties, Legislators, and the Origins of Proportional Representation
GW Cox, JH Fiva, DM Smith
Comparative Political Studies 52 (1), 102-133, 2019
Dynasties and democracy: The inherited incumbency advantage in Japan
DM Smith
Stanford University Press, 2018
Candidate recruitment for the 2012 election: new parties, new methods… same old pool of candidates?
DM Smith
Japan Decides 2012, 101-122, 2013
The 2012 election results: The LDP wins big by default
SR Reed, E Scheiner, DM Smith, MF Thies
Japan Decides 2012, 34-46, 2013
The 2014 Japanese Election Results: The Opposition Cooperates, but Fails to Inspire
E Scheiner, DM Smith, MF Thies
Japan Decides 2014: The Japanese General Election, 22-38, 2015
Building a party: Candidate recruitment in the Democratic Party of Japan, 1996–2012
DM Smith, RJ Pekkanen, ES Krauss
Japan Under the DPJ: The Politics of Transition and Governance, 157-190, 2013
Gender and Dynastic Political Selection
O Folke, JK Rickne, DM Smith
Comparative Political Studies, 2020
Political dynasties in democracies: causes, consequences and remaining puzzles
B Geys, DM Smith
The Economic Journal 127 (605), F446-F454, 2017
Norwegian parliamentary elections, 1906–2013: representation and turnout across four electoral systems
JH Fiva, DM Smith
West European Politics 40 (6), 1373-1391, 2017
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