Ellen Lust
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Elections under authoritarianism
J Gandhi, E Lust-Okar
Annual review of political science 12, 403-422, 2009
9542009
Structuring conflict in the Arab world: Incumbents, opponents, and institutions
E Lust-Okar
Cambridge University Press, 2005
6312005
Elections under authoritarianism: Preliminary lessons from Jordan
E Lust-Okar
Democratization 13 (3), 456-471, 2006
5232006
World development report 1998-knowledge for development
M Ferroni
The World Bank, 1998
2821998
Democratization by elections? Competitive clientelism in the Middle East
E Lust
Journal of Democracy 20 (3), 122-135, 2009
2702009
Divided they rule: The management and manipulation of political opposition
E Lust-Okar
Comparative Politics, 159-179, 2004
2472004
Rulers and rules: Reassessing the influence of regime type on electoral law formation
E Lust-Okar, AA Jamal
Comparative Political Studies 35 (3), 337-366, 2002
1762002
Unwelcome change: Coming to terms with democratic backsliding
D Waldner, E Lust
Annual Review of Political Science 21, 93-113, 2018
1232018
Missing the third wave: Islam, institutions, and democracy in the middle east
E Lust
Studies in Comparative International Development 46 (2), 163-190, 2011
952011
The Middle East
E Lust
CQ Press, 2019
822019
The decline of Jordanian political parties: myth or reality?
EM Lust-Okar
International Journal of Middle East Studies 33 (4), 545-569, 2001
772001
Trust, voice, and incentives: Learning from local success stories in service delivery in the Middle East and North Africa
H Brixi, E Lust, M Woolcock
The World Bank, 2015
752015
Political participation in the Middle East
E Lust-Okar, S Zerhouni
Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2008
712008
Legislative elections in hegemonic authoritarian regimes: competitive clientelism and resistance to democratization
E Lust-Okar
Democratization by elections: A new mode of transition, 226-245, 2009
692009
Taking to the streets: The transformation of Arab activism
L Khatib, E Lust
JHU Press, 2014
632014
Problems and prospects for democratic settlements: South Africa as a model for the Middle East and Northern Ireland?
C Jung, E Lust-Okar, I Shapiro
Politics & Society 33 (2), 277-326, 2005
552005
Reinforcing informal institutions through authoritarian elections: Insights from Jordan
E Lust-Okar
Middle East Law and Governance 1 (1), 3-37, 2009
532009
Is it gender, religiosity or both? A role congruity theory of candidate electability in transitional Tunisia
LJ Benstead, AA Jamal, E Lust
Perspectives on Politics 13 (1), 74, 2015
492015
The Middle East
Congressional Quarterly, Inc
CQ-Roll Call Group Books, 1986
471986
The decline and fall of the Arab state
AI Ahram, E Lust
Survival 58 (2), 7-34, 2016
392016
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