Table of contents for Why governments and parties manipulate elections : theory, practice, and implications / Alberto Simpser.


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Preface: more than winning; 1. Introduction and overview; 2. Electoral manipulation: what it is and how to measure it; 3. The puzzle of excessive and blatant manipulation; 4. More than winning: the consequences of excessive and blatant electoral manipulation; 5. The strategic logic of electoral manipulation; 6. The theory at work: evidence from case studies; 7. Indirect effects of electoral manipulation: quantitative evidence; 8. Conclusion.


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POLITICAL SCIENCE / General. -- bisacsh