Donley Studlar
Donley Studlar
Emeritus Professor of Political Science, West Virginia University and Adjunct Professor, East
Verified email at wvu.edu
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Understanding public policy
P Cairney
Red Globe Press, 2019
7872019
The contagion of women candidates in single-member district and proportional representation electoral systems: Canada and Norway
RE Matland, DT Studlar
The journal of politics 58 (3), 707-733, 1996
7841996
Determinants of legislative turnover: a cross-national analysis
RE Matland, DT Studlar
British Journal of Political Science, 87-108, 2004
3122004
Does a critical mass exist? A comparative analysis of women's legislative representation since 1950
DT Studlar, I McAllister
European Journal of Political Research 41 (2), 233-253, 2002
3042002
Bandwagon, underdog, or projection? Opinion polls and electoral choice in Britain, 1979-1987
I McAllister, DT Studlar
The Journal of Politics 53 (3), 720-741, 1991
2971991
Multi-member districts and the representation of women: evidence from Britain and the United States
S Welch, DT Studlar
The Journal of Politics 52 (2), 391-412, 1990
2541990
Tobacco control
DT Studlar
Tobacco Control, 2019
1822019
Smoke & mirrors: The Canadian tobacco war
R Cunningham
Idrc, 1996
1821996
Explaining the gender gap in voting: A cross-national analysis
DT Studlar, I McAllister, BC Hayes
Social Science Quarterly, 779-798, 1998
1521998
Electoral systems and women's representation: a long‐term perspective
I McAllister, DT Studlar
Representation 39 (1), 3-14, 2002
1492002
Global tobacco control: power, policy, governance and transfer
P Cairney, D Studlar, H Mamudu
Springer, 2011
1452011
The opportunity structure for women's candidacies and electability in Britain and the United States
S Welch, DT Studlar
Political Research Quarterly 49 (4), 861-874, 1996
1321996
One Europe, many electorates? Models of turnout in European Parliament elections after 2004
RS Flickinger, DT Studlar
Comparative Political Studies 40 (4), 383-404, 2007
1282007
Constituency activity and representational roles among Australian legislators
DT Studlar, I McAllister
The Journal of Politics 58 (1), 69-90, 1996
1271996
Region and voting in Britain, 1979-87: territorial polarization or artifact?
I McAllister, DT Studlar
American Journal of Political Science, 168-199, 1992
1201992
Political recruitment to the Australian legislature: Toward an explanation of women's electoral disadvantages
DT Studlar, I McAllister
Western Political Quarterly 44 (2), 467-485, 1991
1131991
The disappearing voters? Exploring declining turnout in Western European elections
RS Flickinger, DT Studlar
West European Politics 15 (2), 1-16, 1992
1031992
Tobacco control policy instruments in a shrinking world: how much policy learning?
DT Studlar
Intl Journal of Public Administration 29 (4-6), 367-396, 2006
962006
What constitutes morality policy? A cross-national analysis
DT Studlar
The public clash of private values: The politics of morality policy, 37-51, 2001
942001
Policy voting in Britain: the colored immigration issue in the 1964, 1966, and 1970 general elections
DT Studlar
The American Political Science Review, 46-64, 1978
941978
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