TABLE OF CONTENTS

Source: Cambridge Journals Online

Notes from the Editors  

Introduction

pp iii-ix Abstract

 

[1]      The Returns to Office in a “Rubber Stamp” Parliament      

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RORY TRUEX

pp 235-251 

 

[2]      Rethinking Care Ethics: On the Promise and Potential of an Intersectional Analysis 

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OLENA HANKIVSKY

pp 252-264 

 

[3]      Partisanship, Structure, and Representation: The Puzzle of African American Education Politics    

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KENNETH J. MEIER, AMANDA RUTHERFORD

pp 265-280 

 

[4]      Voting Equilibria Under Proportional Representation 

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SEOK-JU CHO

pp 281-296 

 

[5]      Respect for Human Rights has Improved Over Time: Modeling the Changing Standard of Accountability     

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CHRISTOPHER J. FARISS

pp 297-318 

 

[6]      The Legacy of Historical Conflict: Evidence from Africa   

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TIMOTHY BESLEY, MARTA REYNAL-QUEROL

pp 319-336 

 

[7]      Was Weber Right? The Role of Urban Autonomy in Europe's Rise    

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DAVID STASAVAGE

pp 337-354 

 

[8]      Law, Focal Points, and Fiscal Discipline in the United States and the European Union    

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R. DANIEL KELEMEN, TERENCE K. TEO

pp 355-370 

 

[9]      The “Wisdom of the State”: Adam Smith on China and Tartary  

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RYAN PATRICK HANLEY

pp 371-382 

 

[10]  The Political Economy of Ownership: Housing Markets and the Welfare State 

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BEN ANSELL

pp 383-402 

 

[11]  Can Descriptive Representation Change Beliefs about a Stigmatized Group? Evidence from Rural India

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SIMON CHAUCHARD

pp 403-422 

 

[12]  Social Policy and Regime Legitimacy: The Effects of Education Reform in China   

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XIAOBO LÜ

pp 423-437 

 

[13]  Delivering Stability—Primogeniture and Autocratic Survival in European Monarchies 1000–1800 

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ANDREJ KOKKONEN, ANDERS SUNDELL

pp 438-453 

 

[14]  Elite Parties and Poor Voters: Theory and Evidence from India 

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TARIQ THACHIL

pp 454-477 

 

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