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  • Journal

    Bean, C.

    Australia's experience with the alternative vote

    1997 - Representation

    In-text: (Bean, 1997)

    Your Bibliography: Bean, C., 1997. Australia's experience with the alternative vote. Representation, 34(2), pp.103-110.

  • Journal

    Blais, A. and Bodet, M. A.

    Does Proportional Representation Foster Closer Congruence Between Citizens and Policy Makers?

    2006 - Comparative Political Studies

    In-text: (Blais and Bodet, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Blais, A. and Bodet, M., 2006. Does Proportional Representation Foster Closer Congruence Between Citizens and Policy Makers?. Comparative Political Studies, 39(10), pp.1243-1262.

  • Journal

    Blais, A. and Massicotte, L.

    Mixed electoral systems: An overview

    1996 - Representation

    In-text: (Blais and Massicotte, 1996)

    Your Bibliography: Blais, A. and Massicotte, L., 1996. Mixed electoral systems: An overview. Representation, 33(4), pp.115-118.

  • Journal

    Huber, J. D. and Powell, G. B.

    Congruence between Citizens and Policymakers in Two Visions of Liberal Democracy

    1994 - World Politics

    In-text: (Huber and Powell, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Huber, J. and Powell, G., 1994. Congruence between Citizens and Policymakers in Two Visions of Liberal Democracy. World Politics, 46(03), pp.291-326.

  • Journal

    Johnston, R. and Forrest, J.

    Electoral Disproportionality and Bias Under the Alternative Vote: Elections to Australia's House of Representatives

    2009 - Australian Journal of Political Science

    In-text: (Johnston and Forrest, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Johnston, R. and Forrest, J., 2009. Electoral Disproportionality and Bias Under the Alternative Vote: Elections to Australia's House of Representatives. Australian Journal of Political Science, 44(3), pp.521-528.

  • Journal

    KARP, J. A. and BANDUCCI, S. A.

    Political Efficacy and Participation in Twenty-Seven Democracies: How Electoral Systems Shape Political Behaviour

    2008 - British Journal of Political Science

    In-text: (KARP and BANDUCCI, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: KARP, J. and BANDUCCI, S., 2008. Political Efficacy and Participation in Twenty-Seven Democracies: How Electoral Systems Shape Political Behaviour. British Journal of Political Science, 38(02).

  • Journal

    Lijphart, A.

    Constitutional Choices for New Democracies

    1991 - Journal of Democracy

    In-text: (Lijphart, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Lijphart, A., 1991. Constitutional Choices for New Democracies. Journal of Democracy, 2(1), pp.72-84.

  • Book

    Lijphart, A.

    Patterns of democracy: Government forms and performance in thirty-six countries

    2012 - Yale University Press - New Haven

    In-text: (Lijphart, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Lijphart, A., 2012. Patterns of democracy: Government forms and performance in thirty-six countries. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp.46-59.

  • Journal

    McAllister, I. and Studlar, D. T.

    Electoral systems and women's representation: a long-term perspective

    2002 - Representation

    In-text: (McAllister and Studlar, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: McAllister, I. and Studlar, D., 2002. Electoral systems and women's representation: a long-term perspective. Representation, 39(1), pp.3-14.

  • Book

    Norris, P.

    Electoral engineering, voting rules and political behaviour

    2004 - Cambridge University Press

    In-text: (Norris, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Norris, P., 2004. Electoral engineering, voting rules and political behaviour. Cambridge University Press.

  • Govt. publication

    Parliament of Australia

    The gender composition of the 45th Parliament

    2016

    In-text: (Parliament of Australia, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Parliament of Australia, 2016. The gender composition of the 45th Parliament.

  • Govt. publication

    Parliament of Australia

    No. 3-Women in the Senate

    2018

    In-text: (Parliament of Australia, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Parliament of Australia, 2018. No. 3-Women in the Senate.

  • Journal

    Reilly, B.

    The global spread of preferential voting: Australian institutional imperialism?

    2004 - Australian Journal of Political Science

    In-text: (Reilly, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Reilly, B., 2004. The global spread of preferential voting: Australian institutional imperialism?. Australian Journal of Political Science, 39(2), pp.253-266.

  • Book

    Rule, W. and Zimmerman, J. F.

    Electoral systems in comparative perspective: Their impact on women and minorities

    1994 - Greenwood Press - Westport, Conneticut

    In-text: (Rule and Zimmerman, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Rule, W. and Zimmerman, J., 1994. Electoral systems in comparative perspective: Their impact on women and minorities. Westport, Conneticut: Greenwood Press.

  • Journal

    Sharman, C.

    The Representation of Small Parties and Independents in the Senate

    1999 - Australian Journal of Political Science

    In-text: (Sharman, 1999)

    Your Bibliography: Sharman, C., 1999. The Representation of Small Parties and Independents in the Senate. Australian Journal of Political Science, 34(3), pp.353-361.

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