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Taishi Muraoka
Taishi Muraoka
Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica
Verified email at gate.sinica.edu.tw - Homepage
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Political dynasties and particularistic campaigns
T Muraoka
Political Research Quarterly 71 (2), 453-466, 2018
152018
The effect of district magnitude on turnout: Quasi-experimental evidence from nonpartisan elections under SNTV
T Muraoka, J Barceló
Party Politics 25 (4), 632-639, 2019
82019
Love and anger in global party politics: Facebook Reactions to political party posts in 79 democracies
T Muraoka, J Montgomery, C Lucas, M Tavits
Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media 1, 2021
62021
The electoral implications of politically irrelevant cues under demanding electoral systems
T Muraoka
Political Science Research and Methods 9 (2), 312-326, 2021
62021
The Cosponsorship Patterns of Reserved Seat Legislators
T Muraoka
Legislative Studies Quarterly 45 (4), 555-580, 2020
62020
The effect of variance in district magnitude on party system inflation
J Barceló, T Muraoka
Electoral Studies 54, 44-55, 2018
52018
Do the networks of inter-municipal cooperation enhance local government performance?
T Muraoka, CN Avellaneda
Local Government Studies 47 (4), 616-636, 2021
22021
The ideological legacy of regime transitions: Political conservatism as a response to political uncertainty
J Barceló, T Muraoka
Working Paper. URL: https://cpb-us-west-2-juc1ugur1qwqqqo4. stackpathdns …, 2018
22018
Capturing vote-seeking incentives and the cultivation of a personal and party vote
BF Crisp, B Schneider, A Catalinac, T Muraoka
Electoral Studies 72, 102369, 2021
12021
Does Economic Inequality Drive Voters' Disagreement about Party Placement?
T Muraoka, G Rosas
American Journal of Political Science 65 (3), 582-597, 2021
12021
How Incumbent Politicians Respond to the Enactment of a Programmatic Policy: Evidence from Snow Subsidies
A Catalinac, T Muraoka
2021
Programmatic Policies Increase the Clientelistic Goods Received by Policy Beneficiaries
A Catalinac, T Muraoka
2021
Programmatic Policies Increase the Clientelistic Goods Received by Policy Beneficiaries: Evidence from Snow Subsidies in Japan
A Catalinac, T Muraoka
2020
The Network of Representation
T Muraoka
2019
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