Mark P. Jones
Mark P. Jones
Professor of Political Science, Rice University
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The nationalization of parties and party systems: an empirical measure and an application to the Americas
MP Jones, S Mainwaring
Party politics 9 (2), 139-166, 2003
Electoral laws and the survival of presidential democracies
MP Jones
(No Title), 1995
Engendering the right to participate in decision-making: electoral quotas and women’s leadership in Latin America
MN Htun, MP Jones
Gender and the politics of rights and democracy in Latin America, 32-56, 2002
Institutional inconsistency and political instability: Polity duration, 1800–2000
S Gates, H Hegre, MP Jones, H Strand
American Journal of Political Science 50 (4), 893-908, 2006
Amateur legislators--professional politicians: The consequences of party-centered electoral rules in a federal system
MP Jones, S Saiegh, PT Spiller, M Tommasi
American Journal of Political Science, 656-669, 2002
Back rooms or ballot boxes? Candidate nomination in Argentina
M De Luca, MP Jones, MI Tula
Comparative Political Studies 35 (4), 413-436, 2002
Vote-seeking incentives and legislative representation in six presidential democracies
BF Crisp, MC Escobar-Lemmon, BS Jones, MP Jones, ...
The Journal of Politics 66 (3), 823-846, 2004
Gender quotas, electoral laws, and the election of women: Evidence from the Latin American vanguard
MP Jones
Comparative political studies 42 (1), 56-81, 2009
Explaining the high level of party discipline in the Argentine Congress
MP Jones
Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo Institucional, 1998
Politics, institutions, and fiscal performance in a federal system: an analysis of the Argentine provinces
MP Jones, P Sanguinetti, M Tommasi
Journal of development Economics 61 (2), 305-333, 2000
Evaluating Argentina's presidential democracy: 1983-1995
MP Jones
Presidentialism and democracy in Latin America, 259-299, 1997
Gender quotas, electoral laws, and the election of women: Lessons from the Argentine provinces
MP Jones
Comparative Political Studies 31 (1), 3-21, 1998
Party government in presidential democracies: Extending cartel theory beyond the US Congress
MP Jones, W Hwang
American Journal of Political Science 49 (2), 267-282, 2005
Quota legislation and the election of women: Learning from the Costa Rican experience
MP Jones
The Journal of Politics 66 (4), 1203-1223, 2004
Increasing women's representation via gender quotas: The Argentine Ley de Cupos
MP Jones
Women & Politics 16 (4), 75-98, 1996
Legislator gender and legislator policy priorities in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies and the United States House of Representatives
MP Jones
Policy Studies Journal 25 (4), 613-629, 1997
Electoral laws and the effective number of candidates in presidential elections
MP Jones
The Journal of Politics 61 (1), 171-184, 1999
Comparing Cosponsorship and Roll‐Call Ideal Points
E Alemán, E Calvo, MP Jones, N Kaplan
Legislative Studies Quarterly 34 (1), 87-116, 2009
The role of parties and party systems in the policymaking process
MP Jones
Inter-American Development Bank Workshop on State Reform, Public Policies …, 2005
Presidential election laws and multipartism in Latin America
MP Jones
Political Parties, 171-188, 2001
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