Jeffrey Karp
Jeffrey Karp
Professor of Political Science, Australian National University
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Minority representation, empowerment, and participation
SA Banducci, T Donovan, JA Karp
The Journal of Politics 66 (2), 534-556, 2004
5172004
Social desirability and response validity: A comparative analysis of overreporting voter turnout in five countries
JA Karp, D Brockington
The Journal of Politics 67 (3), 825-840, 2005
4662005
Politicians, scandals, and trust in government
S Bowler, JA Karp
Political behavior 26 (3), 271-287, 2004
4422004
Political efficacy and participation in twenty-seven democracies: How electoral systems shape political behaviour
JA Karp, SA Banducci
British journal of political science, 311-334, 2008
3842008
To know it is to love it? Satisfaction with democracy in the European Union
JA Karp, SA Banducci, S Bowler
Comparative Political Studies 36 (3), 271-292, 2003
3542003
How elections change the way citizens view the political system: Campaigns, media effects and electoral outcomes in comparative perspective
SA Banducci, JA Karp
British Journal of Political Science, 443-467, 2003
2552003
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
2542007
When politics is not just a man's game: Women's representation and political engagement
JA Karp, SA Banducci
Electoral studies 27 (1), 105-115, 2008
2402008
Going postal: How all-mail elections influence turnout
JA Karp, SA Banducci
Political Behavior 22 (3), 223-239, 2000
2402000
Ballot photographs as cues in low‐information elections
SA Banducci, JA Karp, M Thrasher, C Rallings
Political psychology 29 (6), 903-917, 2008
2362008
Popular support for direct democracy
T Donovan, JA Karp
Party politics 12 (5), 671-688, 2006
2192006
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
2152002
Getting out the vote: Party mobilization in a comparative perspective
JA Karp, SA Banducci, S Bowler
British Journal of Political Science, 91-112, 2008
2092008
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
2092006
Party mobilization and political participation in new and old democracies
JA Karp, SA Banducci
Party Politics 13 (2), 217-234, 2007
1672007
Proportional representation and attitudes about politics: Results from New Zealand
SA Banducci, T Donovan, JA Karp
Electoral Studies 18 (4), 533-555, 1999
1581999
Explaining public support for legislative term limits
JA Karp
Public Opinion Quarterly 59 (3), 373-391, 1995
1371995
Voters and coalition governments
SB Hobolt, JA Karp
Electoral Studies 29 (3), 299-307, 2010
1202010
Absentee voting, mobilization, and participation
JA Karp, SA Banducci
American Politics Research 29 (2), 183-195, 2001
1132001
Broadening and deepening or broadening versus deepening: The question of enlargement and Europe's ‘hesitant Europeans’
JA Karp, S Bowler
European Journal of Political Research 45 (3), 369-390, 2006
1072006
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