Edwin Camp
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Cultivating effective brokers: A party leader’s dilemma
E Camp
British Journal of Political Science, 2015
67*2015
Catalyst or Cause? Legislation and the Demise of Machine Politics in Britain and the United States
E Camp, A Dixit, S Stokes
Legislative Studies Quarterly 39 (4), 559-592, 2014
272014
Stealing for the Party: Brokers and Competitive Distribution in Argentina
E Camp, M Szwarcberg
Unpublished manuscript. http://citeseerx. ist. psu. edu/viewdoc/summary, 2015
62015
Throwing a wrench into the machine?: considering the effects of decentralization for clientelism
E Camp
Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2010
52010
Competitive Clientelism
E Camp, M Szwarcberg
Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, IL, 2015
42015
The Mayor’s Panopticon: Broker Effort and Party Dominance
E Camp
Unpublished Typescript, 2014
42014
Tending to the Barrio: Broker Motivation and the Electoral Success of Political Machines
EJW Camp
Yale University, 2012
22012
Modeling Targeted Distribution with Multi-Actor Parties
EJW Camp
12011
The Political Machine as an Organization
EJW Camp
12011
Political-institutional changes and their implications for governance in the Middle East and Africa since 1990
E Camp, VA Frey
12008
Catalyst or Cause?
E Camp, A Dixit, S Stokes
2014
Animating the Machine: The Internal Organization and Electoral Success of a Clientelist Parties
E Camp
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
2012
Political economic changes and their implications for governance in the Middle East and Africa since 1990
E Camp, VA Frey
2008
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