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
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
Japan transformed: Political change and economic restructuring
FMC Rosenbluth, MF Thies
Princeton University Press, 2010
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
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
The causes of electoral reform in Japan
SR Reed, MF Thies
Mixed-member electoral systems: the best of both worlds, 152-172, 2001
How Much Does Money Matter? “Buying” Votes in Japan, 1967-1990
GW Cox, MF Thies
Comparative Political Studies 33 (1), 37-57, 2000
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
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
Welfare works: explaining female legislative representation
F Rosenbluth, R Salmond, MF Thies
Politics & Gender 2 (2), 165-192, 2006
Mobilization, social networks, and turnout: Evidence from Japan
GW Cox, FM Rosenbluth, MF Thies
World Politics 50 (3), 447-474, 1998
The consequences of electoral reform in Japan
SR Reed, MF Thies
Mixed-Member Electoral Systems: The Best of Both Worlds, 380-403, 2001
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
Influence without confidence: Upper chambers and government formation
JN Druckman, LW Martin, MF Thies
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (4), 529-548, 2005
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
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
When will pork leave the farm? Institutional bias in Japan and the United States
MF Thies
Legislative Studies Quarterly, 467-492, 1998
Democracy and deficits in Taiwan
T Cheng, S Haggard
Presidents, Parliaments and Policy, 2000
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
Changing how the Japanese vote: the promise and pitfalls of the 1994 electoral reform
MF Thies
How Asia Votes, 92-117, 2002
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