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An evolutionary approach to norms.”American Political Science Review80 (4):
East European Politics and Societies14 (2):
Informal institutions and the rule of law: The judicial response to
state killings in Buenos Aires and São Paulo in the 1990s.
Comparative Politics36 (1):
Carey, John M.2000.
Parchment, equilibria, and institutions.
Comparative Political Studies33 (6):
Clans, pacts and politics in Central Asia.”Journal of Democracy13 (3):
The political role of clans in Central Asia.
Comparative Politics35 (2):
Thinking outside the (ballot) box: Informal electoral institutions
and Mexico's political opening,Latin American Politics and Society45 (1):
Post-Soviet transitions and democratization: Toward theory
Grzymala-Busse, Anna, and
Reconceptualizing the state: Lessons from post-communism.
Politics and Society30 (4):
The Singapore state revisited.
Pacific Review13 (2):
Crisis-ridden elections (again) in the Dominican Republic:
Neopatrimonialism, presidentialism, and weak electoral oversight.
Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs36 (4):
The logic of strategic defection: Court-executive relations in
Argentina under dictatorship and democracy.
American Political Science Review96 (2):
The reemployment of retired government bureaucrats in Japanese big
business.”Asian Survey14 (11):
Linkages between citizens and politicians in democratic politics.
Comparative Political Studies33 (6–7):
Informal institutions and democracy.
Levitsky, Steven, and
The rise of competitive authoritarianism.
Journal of Democracy13 (2):
Lindberg, Steffan I.2003.
It's our time to chop: Do elections in Africa feed
net-patrimonialism rather than counteract it?Democratization10 (2):
Ending footbinding and infibulation: A convention account.
American Sociological Review61 (6):
Maltzman, Forrest, and
May it please the chief? Opinion assignment in the Rehnquist Court.
American Journal of Political Science.
Corruption by design: Bribery in Chinese enterprise licensing.
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organizations.
March, James, and
The new institutionalism: Organizational factors in political life.
American Political Science Review78 (3):
Matthews, Donald R.1959.
The folkways of the United States Senate: Conformity to group norms
and legislative effectiveness.
American Political Science Review53 (4):
Merry, Sally Engle.
Law and Society Review22 (5):
Mershon, Carol A.1994.
Expectations and informal rules in coalition formation.
Comparative Political Studies27 (1):
Journal of Democracy5 (1):
The menu of manipulation.
Journal of Democracy13 (2):
Scott, James C.1969.
Corruption, machine politics, and political change.
American Political Science Review63 (4):
Shepsle, Kenneth A., and
Structure induced equilibrium and legislative choice.
Formal versus Informal Incentive Structures and Informal
Behavior/Journal of Politics54 (4):
Tsai, Lily Lee.
Cadres, temple and lineage institutions, and governance in rural
The China Journal48
Van Cott, Donna Lee.
A political analysis of legal pluralism in Bolivia and Colombia.
Journal of Latin American Studies32 (1):
Informal institutions and foreign investment in China.
Pacific Review13 (4):
Endemic and planned corruption in a monarchical regime.
World Politics25 (4):
Way, Lucan A.2002.
The dilemmas of reform in weak states: The case of post-Soviet fiscal
Politics and Society30
A rational choice perspective on congressional norms.
American Journal of Political Science23 (2):
Weingast, Barry R., and
The industrial organization of congress; or, Why legislatures, like
firms, are not organized as markets.
Journal of Political Economy96 (1):
Limitations of rational-choice institutionalism for the study of
Latin American politics.
Studies in Comparative International Development37 (1):
Wright, Gerald C., Jr., and
Candidates and policy in United States Senate elections.
American Political Science Review80 (2):