Matthew McMinn Singer
Matthew McMinn Singer
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Connecticut
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The sensitive left and the impervious right: Multilevel models and the politics of inequality, ideology, and legitimacy in Europe
CJ Anderson, MM Singer
Comparative political studies 41 (4-5), 564-599, 2008
3462008
Who says “It’s the economy”? Cross-national and cross-individual variation in the salience of economic performance
MM Singer
Comparative Political Studies 44 (3), 284-312, 2011
2842011
The Latin American voter: Pursuing representation and accountability in challenging contexts
RE Carlin, MM Singer, EJ Zechmeister
University of Michigan Press, 2015
135*2015
Support for Polyarchy in the Americas
RE Carlin, MM Singer
Comparative political studies 44 (11), 1500-1526, 2011
1272011
Context counts: The election cycle, development, and the nature of economic voting
MM Singer, RE Carlin
The Journal of Politics 75 (3), 730-742, 2013
1182013
The political context and Duverger's theory: Evidence at the district level
MM Singer, LB Stephenson
Electoral Studies 28 (3), 480-491, 2009
1072009
Economic voting in an era of non-crisis: the changing electoral agenda in Latin America, 1982–2010
MM Singer
Comparative Politics 45 (2), 169-185, 2013
742013
Buying voters with dirty money: The relationship between clientelism and corruption
M Singer
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
742009
Was Duverger Correct? Single-Member District Election Outcomes in 53 Countries
MM Singer
British Journal of Political Science, 2013
682013
Elite polarization and the electoral impact of left-right placements: Evidence from Latin América, 1995-2009
M Singer
Latin American Research Review, 174-194, 2016
602016
The global economic crisis and domestic political agendas
MM Singer
Electoral Studies 32 (3), 404-410, 2013
522013
Inequality and deliberative development: Revisiting Bolivia's experience with the PRSP
KM Morrison, MM Singer
Development Policy Review 25 (6), 721-740, 2007
49*2007
“Defendamos lo que hemos logrado”: Economic Voting in the 2006 Mexican Presidential Election
MM Singer
Política y gobierno 15, 199-236, 2009
43*2009
Executive approval database 1.0
RE Carlin, J Hartlyn, T Hellwig, GJ Love, C Martínez-Gallardo, MM Singer
Recuperado http://www. Exec. Org, 2016
412016
When do voters actually think" It's the Economy"?: Evidence from the 2008 presidential campaign
M Singer
Electoral Studies: An international Journal 30 (4), 621-632, 2011
402011
The 2002 presidential and parliamentary elections in Bolivia
MM Singer, KM Morrison
Electoral Studies 23 (1), 172-182, 2004
402004
The economy and incumbent support in Latin America
F Gélineau, MM Singer
The Latin American voter: Pursuing representation and accountability in …, 2015
382015
Delegating Away Democracy: How Good Representation and Policy Successes Can Undermine Democratic Legitimacy
M Singer
Comparative Political Studies, 0010414018784054, 2018
36*2018
The presidential and parliamentary elections in Bolivia, December 2005
MM Singer
Electoral Studies 1 (26), 200-205, 2007
352007
Public support for Latin American presidents: The cyclical model in comparative perspective
RE Carlin, J Hartlyn, T Hellwig, GJ Love, C Martínez-Gallardo, MM Singer
Research & Politics 5 (3), 2053168018787690, 2018
342018
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