Regina Smyth
Regina Smyth
Professor, Political Science, Indiana University
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Ministerial selection and intraparty organization in the contemporary British parliament
C Kam, WT Bianco, I Sened, R Smyth
American Political Science Review 104 (2), 289-306, 2010
Engineering victory: Institutional reform, informal institutions, and the formation of a hegemonic party regime in the Russian Federation
R Smyth, A Lowry, B Wilkening
Post-Soviet Affairs 23 (2), 118-137, 2007
Programmatic party cohesion in emerging postcommunist democracies: Russia in comparative context
H Kitschelt, R Smyth
Comparative political studies 35 (10), 1228-1256, 2002
Looking beyond the economy: Pussy Riot and the Kremlin's voting coalition
R Smyth, I Soboleva
Post-Soviet Affairs 30 (4), 257-275, 2014
A well-organized play: Symbolic politics and the effect of the pro-Putin rallies
R Smyth, A Sobolev, I Soboleva
Problems of Post-communism 60 (2), 24-39, 2013
Candidate strategies and electoral competition in the Russian Federation: Democracy without foundation
R Smyth
Cambridge University Press, 2006
Mind the gaps: Media use and mass action in Russia
R Smyth, S Oates
Europe-Asia Studies 67 (2), 285-305, 2015
Building state capacity from the inside out: Parties of power and the success of the president’s reform agenda in Russia
R Smyth
Politics & Society 30 (4), 555-578, 2002
The P utin Factor: Personalism, Protest, and Regime Stability in R ussia
R Smyth
Politics & Policy 42 (4), 567-592, 2014
Elections, Protest, and Authoritarian Regime Stability: Russia 2008–2020
R Smyth
Cambridge University Press, 2020
Legitimising victories: Electoral authoritarian control in Russia’s gubernatorial elections
R Smyth, R Turovsky
Europe-Asia Studies 70 (2), 182-201, 2018
Pandemic politics in Eurasia: Roadmap for a new research subfield
M Laruelle, M Alexseev, C Buckley, RS Clem, JP Goode, I Gomza, ...
Problems of post-communism 68 (1), 1-16, 2021
Navalny’s gamesters: Protest, opposition innovation, and authoritarian stability in Russia
R Smyth, IV Soboleva
Russian Politics 1 (4), 347-371, 2016
Patterns of discontent: Identifying the participant core in Russian post-election protest
R Smyth, A Sobolev, I Soboleva
en la conferencia:“Russia’s Winter of Discontent: Taking Stock of Changing …, 2013
Ideological vs. Regional Cleavages: Do the Radicals Control the RSFSR Parliament?
R Smyth
Journal of Soviet Nationalities 1 (3), 112-157, 1990
Legislative rules in electoral authoritarian regimes: the case of Hong Kong’s legislative council
R Smyth, W Bianco, KN Chan
The Journal of Politics 81 (3), 892-905, 2019
How the Kremlin Is Using the Moscow Renovation Project to Reward and Punish Voters
R Smyth
The Russian power vertical and the COVID-19 challenge: the trajectories of regional responses
R Smyth, G Sharafutdinova, T Model, A Klein
PONARS Policy Memo, 2020
Defining common ground: Collective identity in Russia’s post-election protests and rallies
R Smyth, I Soboleva, L Shimek, A Sobolev
Systemic and non-systemic opposition in the Russian Federation: Civil …, 2015
Considering the Orange legacy: patterns of political participation in the Euromaidan Revolution
R Smyth
Post-Soviet Affairs 34 (5), 297-316, 2018
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