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NZES Bibliography

If you have published with NZES data we would like to hear from you. Please send an email to Jeffrey Karp at jeffrey.a.karp[at] and we will add your publication to this list.

Vowles, J., Banducci, S. and Karp, J. 2006. "Forecasting and Evaluating the Consequences of Electoral Change in New Zealand" Acta Politica 41, No. 3. 267-284.

Vowles, J. and Clive Bean, 2006. ‘Electoral Politics: Does Globalisation Matter’, Australian Journal of Political Science 40, 2, special issue, ‘Globalising the Antipodes, pp. 273-288.

Bowler, S. Donovan, T, Karp, J. 2006. "Why Politicians Like Electoral Institutions: Self-interest, Values, or Ideology?" Journal of Politics. 68, No. 2. 434-446.

McVey, A, Vowles, J. 2005. ‘Virtuous Circle or Cul De Sac? Social Capital and Political Participation in New Zealand’, Political Science 57, 1, 5-20.

Karp, J and Brockington, D. 2005. "Social Desirability and Response Validity: A Comparative Analysis of Over-Reporting Voter Turnout in Five Countries" Journal of Politics. 67, No. 3. 825-840.

Donovan, T, Shaun Bowler, Robert Hanneman and Jeffrey A. Karp. 2004. "Social Groups, Sport and Political Engagement in New Zealand" Australian Journal of Political Science 39, No. 2. 405-419.

Banducci, S. Todd Donovan, and Jeffrey A. Karp. 2004. "Minority Representation, Empowerment, and Participation" Journal of Politics Volume 66, No. 2. 534-556.

Banducci, S. and Karp, J, 2003. "How Elections Change the Way Citizens View the Political System: Campaigns, Media Effects, and Electoral Outcomes in Comparative Perspective" British Journal of Political Science, 33, No. 3. 443-467.

Bowler, S., Donovan, T. and Karp, J. 2003. "When Might Institutions Change? Elite Support for Direct Democracy in Three Nations" in Political Research Quarterly . 55, No 4. 731-754.

Vowles, J,.2002. "Did the Polls Influence the Vote? A Case Study of the 1999 New Zealand Election", Political Science 54, 1, 2002, 67-77.

Vowles, J., 2002. "The General Election in New Zealand, November 1999", Electoral Studies 21, 134-139.

Karp, J, Vowles, J, Banducci, S. and Dononvan, T. 2002. "Strategic Voting, Party Activity, and Candidate Effects: Testing Explanations for Split Voting in New Zealand's New Mixed System" Electoral Studies 21, 1-22.

Vowles, J. 2002. "Offsetting the PR Effect? Party Mobilization and Turnout Decline in New Zealand, 1996-99" Party Politics 8, 587-605.

Karp, J, and Banducci, S. 2002. "Issues and Party Competition under Alternative Electoral Systems" Party Politics 8, 123-141.

Vowles, J. 2002. "Parties and Society in >New Zealand, in Webb, P., Holliday, I. , and Farrell, D., ed., Political Parties in Advanced Industrial Societies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 409-437.

Karp, J. and Bowler, S. 2001. "Coalition Politics and Satisfaction wtih Democracy: Explaining New Zealand's Reaction to Proportional Representation" European Journal of Political Research 40, 57-79.

Banducci, S. and Karp, J. 2000. "Gender, Leadership and Choice in Multiparty Systems" Political Research Quarterly 53, 815-848.

Vowles, J., 2000. "The New Zealand Election Study", Political Science 52, 2, December, 150-157.

Vowles, J., 1999. 'Rascals and PR: How Pinto-Duschinsky Stacked the Decks' Representation 36, 2.

Karp, J., Banducci, S. 1999. "The Impact of Proportional Representation on Turnout: Evidence from New Zealand "   Australian Journal of Political Science 34, 363-377..

Banducci , S., Donovan, T., Karp, J. 1999. "Proportional Representation and Attitudes About Politics: Results from New Zealand " Electoral Studies, 18, 533-555.

Banducci , S., Karp, J. 1999. "Perceptions of Fairness and Support for Proportional Representation" Political Behavior,   21, 217-238.

Vowles, J., 1999. ‘Some Misleading Inferences about Electoral Institutions from an Arithmetic Index Applied to Very Few Cases’, Electoral Studies, 1999, 18, 1-2.

Vowles, J., 1998. ‘Aspects of Electoral Studies, Present and Past: New Zealand Voters and ‘the System', 1949-1996’, Political Science Special Anniversary Issue, 49, 1 (July 1998), 90-110.

Vowles, J., 1997, ‘Tracking the Trends: Voting Intentions During the 1996 Campaign’, in Boston , J., McLeay, E., Levine, S, and Roberts, N.S., ed., From Campaign to Coalition: New Zealand’s First Election Under Proportional Representation. Palmerston North, Dunmore , 1997, 113-128.

Vowles . J. ,1997. ‘The 1996 General Election in New Zealand’, Electoral Studies, 16, 2, (June 1997), 258-262.

Vowles, J., 1997 ‘Voters and Elections’, in Miller, R., ed., New Zealand Politics in Transition. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1997, 199-211.

Vowles, J. 1997. ‘Waiting for the Realignment: the New Zealand Party System 1972-1993’, Political Science, 48, 2, 1997, 184-209.

Johnston, R., and Vowles, J., 1997. ‘The New Rules and the New Game in New Zealand Elections: Implications for the Campaign’, paper presented at the American Political Science Association Meetings, Washington DC, August 27-31 1997.

Lamare, J. and Vowles, J., 1996. ‘Party Interests, Public Opinion, and Institutional Preferences: Electoral System Change in New Zealand’, Australian Journal of Political Science, 31, 3 1996, 321-346.

Vowles, J., 1996. ‘New Times’, in Sinclair, K., ed., The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand, 2nd ed. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1996, 375-390.

Vowles, J.,   and McAllister, I., 1996. ‘Electoral Foundations and Electoral Consequences: From Convergence to Divergence’, in F. Castles, R. Gerritsen, and J. Vowles, ed., The Great Experiment: Labour Parties and Public Policy Transformation in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: Allen and Unwin, Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1996, 192-210.

Vowles, J., 1995. ‘The Politics of Electoral Reform in New Zealand’, International Political Science Review, 16, 1, 1995, 95-115.

Vowles , J., 1994 'Dealignment and Demobilisation? Nonvoting in New Zealand 1938-1990', Australian Journal of Political Science, 29, 1, March.

McAllister, I., and Vowles, J., 1994. 'The Rise of New Politics and Market Liberalism in Australia and New Zealand', British Journal of Political Science 24, 381-402.

Aimer, E P, 1993. `Was There a Gender Gap in New Zealand in 1990?' in Helena Catt and Elizabeth McLeay eds 1993 , Women and Politics in New Zealand, Victoria University Press.

Vowles, J., 1993 'Gender and Electoral Behaviour in New Zealand: Findings From the Present and the Past', Political Science, 45, 1, (July 1993), 122-138.

Aimer, E.P., and McAllister, Ian, 1992 `Electoral Behaviour in New Zealand'. In Martin Holland ( ed), Electoral Behaviour in New Zealand, Auckland, Oxford University Press, pp 169-93.

Vowles , J., 1992 'Social Groups and Electoral Behaviour in New Zealand', in M. Holland, ed., Electoral Behaviour in New Zealand. Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1992, 91-118.

Vowles, J., 1990 'Nuclear-free New Zealand and Rogernomics: the Survival of a Labour Government', Politics 25, 1 (May 1990), 81-91.



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