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Michael Thies
Michael Thies
Professor of Political Science, UCLA
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Keeping tabs on partners: the logic of delegation in coalition governments
MF Thies
American Journal of Political Science, 580-598, 2001
4962001
Japan transformed
FMC Rosenbluth, MF Thies
Japan Transformed, 2010
2932010
A comparative theory of electoral incentives: representing the unorganized under PR, plurality and mixed-member electoral systems
K Bawn, MF Thies
Journal of Theoretical Politics 15 (1), 5-32, 2003
2732003
The cost of intraparty competition: The single, nontransferable vote and money politics in Japan
GW Cox, MF Thies
Comparative Political Studies 31 (3), 267-291, 1998
2091998
The causes of electoral reform in Japan
SR Reed, MF Thies
Mixed-member electoral systems: The best of both worlds, 152-172, 2001
1842001
Electoral reform and the fate of factions: The case of Japan's Liberal Democratic Party
GW Cox, FMC Rosenbluth, MF Thies
British journal of political science 29 (1), 33-56, 1999
1821999
How Much Does Money Matter? “Buying” Votes in Japan, 1967-1990
GW Cox, MF Thies
Comparative Political Studies 33 (1), 37-57, 2000
1602000
The importance of concurrence: The impact of bicameralism on government formation and duration
JN Druckman, MF Thies
American Journal of Political Science, 760-771, 2002
1452002
Welfare works: Explaining female legislative representation
F Rosenbluth, R Salmond, MF Thies
Politics & Gender 2 (2), 165-192, 2006
1252006
Electoral rules, career ambitions, and party structure: comparing factions in Japan's upper and lower houses
GW Cox, FM Rosenbluth, MF Thies
American Journal of Political Science, 115-122, 2000
1242000
Mobilization, social networks, and turnout: Evidence from Japan
GW Cox, FM Rosenbluth, MF Thies
World Politics 50 (3), 447-474, 1998
1131998
The end of LDP dominance and the rise of party-oriented politics in Japan
SR Reed, E Scheiner, MF Thies
The Journal of Japanese Studies, 353-376, 2012
1062012
The consequences of electoral reform in Japan
SR Reed, MF Thies
Mixed-member electoral systems: the best of both worlds, 380-403, 2001
1002001
Influence without confidence: Upper chambers and government formation
JN Druckman, LW Martin, MF Thies
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (4), 529-548, 2005
952005
Party system dynamics in post-war Japan: A quantitative content analysis of electoral pledges
SO Proksch, JB Slapin, MF Thies
Electoral Studies 30 (1), 114-124, 2011
752011
As a matter of factions: The budgetary implications of shifting factional control in Japan's LDP
MD McCubbins, MF Thies
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 293-328, 1997
621997
On the primacy of party in government: Why legislative parties can survive party decline in the electorate
MF Thies
Parties without Partisans. Political Change in Advanced Industrial Democracies, 2000
522000
When will pork leave the farm? Institutional bias in Japan and the United States
MF Thies
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 467-492, 1998
501998
Changing how the Japanese vote: The promise and pitfalls of the 1994 electoral reform
MF Thies
How Asia Votes, 92-117, 2002
442002
The political economy of Japanese pollution regulation
F Rosenbluth, MF Thies
American Asian Review 20 (1), 1-32, 2002
262002
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