Michael Bernhard
Michael Bernhard
Ehrlich Professor of Political Science
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ufl.edu
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Conceptualizing and measuring democracy: A new approach
M Coppedge, J Gerring, D Altman, M Bernhard, S Fish, A Hicken, ...
Perspectives on Politics 9 (2), 247-267, 2011
V-Dem dataset v8
M Coppedge, J Gerring, CH Knutsen, SI Lindberg, SE Skaaning, J Teorell, ...
V-dem codebook v9
M Coppedge, J Gerring, CH Knutsen, SI Lindberg, J Teorell, D Altman, ...
Civil society and democratic transition in East Central Europe
M Bernhard
Political Science Quarterly 108 (2), 307-326, 1993
The legacy of Western overseas colonialism on democratic survival
M Bernhard, C Reenock, T Nordstrom
International Studies Quarterly 48 (1), 225-250, 2004
Economic performance, institutional intermediation, and democratic survival
M Bernhard, T Nordstrom, C Reenock
Journal of Politics 63 (3), 775-803, 2001
The origins of democratization in Poland: Workers, intellectuals, and oppositional politics, 1976-1980
MH Bernhard
Columbia University Press, 1993
Civil society after the first transition: Dilemmas of post-communist democratization in Poland and beyond
M Bernhard
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 29 (3), 309-330, 1996
Civil society and the legacies of dictatorship
M Bernhard, E Karakoç
World Politics 59 (4), 539-567, 2007
Twenty years after communism: the politics of memory and commemoration
MH Bernhard, J Kubik
Oxford University Press, 2016
V-Dem: A new way to measure democracy
SI Lindberg, M Coppedge, J Gerring, J Teorell
Journal of Democracy 25 (3), 159-169, 2014
Economic performance and survival in new democracies: Is there a honeymoon effect?
M Bernhard, C Reenock, T Nordstrom
Comparative Political Studies 36 (4), 404-431, 2003
Regressive socioeconomic distribution and democratic survival
C Reenock, M Bernhard, D Sobek
International Studies Quarterly 51 (3), 677-699, 2007
A Theory of the Politics of Memory
J Kubik, M Bernhard
Twenty years after communism: The politics of memory and commemoration, 7-34, 2014
From formlessness to structure? The institutionalization of competitive party systems in Africa
KR Weghorst, M Bernhard
Comparative Political Studies 47 (12), 1707-1737, 2014
Institutional choice after communism: A critique of theory-building in an empirical wasteland
M Bernhard
East European Politics and Societies 14 (2), 316-347, 2000
Institutions and the fate of democracy: Germany and Poland in the twentieth century
MH Bernhard
University of Pittsburgh Pre, 2005
Are elections mechanisms of authoritarian stability or democratization? Evidence from postcommunist Eurasia
R Kaya, M Bernhard
Perspectives on Politics 11 (3), 734-752, 2013
Party Strength and Economic Growth
M Bernhard, F Bizzarro, M Coppedge, J Gerring, A Hicken, CH Knutsen, ...
Moving west or going south?: economic transformation and institutionalization in postcommunist party systems
M Bernhard, E Karakoç
Comparative Politics 44 (1), 1-20, 2011
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