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  1. Mixed Rules, Mixed Strategies: Parties and Candidates in Germany's Electoral System.Philip Manow - 2015 - Ecpr Press.
    Sixty years of democratic representation in Germany allow us to study the working of a specific type of electoral system, namely a mixed system combining proportional and majoritarian rules, in great detail.
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  2. Politische Ursprungsphantasien: Der Leviathan Und Sein Erbe.Philip Manow - 2011 - Konstanz University Press.
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  3. Religion and the Gender Vote Gap: Women’s Changed Political Preferences From the 1970s to 2010.Philip Manow & Patrick Emmenegger - 2014 - Politics and Society 42 (2):166-193.
    For many years women tended to vote more conservative than men, but since the 1980s this gap has shifted direction: women in many countries are more likely than men to support left parties. The literature largely agrees on a set of political-economic factors explaining the change in women’s political orientation. In this article we demonstrate that these conventional factors fall short in explaining the gender vote gap. We highlight the importance of a religious cleavage in the party system across Western (...)
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    Religious Cleavages, Divisions on the Left and the Political Economy of Southern Europe.Philip Manow - 2013 - International Journal of Social Quality 3 (2):78-105.
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