Svitlana Chernykh
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Commitment and diffusion: How and why national constitutions incorporate international law
T Ginsburg, S Chernykh, Z Elkins
U. Ill. L. Rev., 201, 2008
1372008
Third-party actors and the success of democracy: How electoral commissions, courts, and observers shape incentives for electoral manipulation and post-election protests
S Chernykh, MW Svolik-
The Journal of Politics 77 (2), 407-420, 2015
56*2015
Are semi-presidential constitutions bad for democratic performance?
JA Cheibub, S Chernykh
Constitutional Political Economy 20 (3-4), 202-229, 2009
442009
Constitutions and democratic performance in semi-presidential democracies
JA Cheibub, S Chernykh
Japanese Journal of Political Science 9 (3), 269, 2008
412008
Assumed transmission in political science: A call for bringing description back in
SL Althaus, N Swigger, S Chernykh, DJ Hendry, SC Wals, C Tiwald
The Journal of Politics 73 (4), 1065-1080, 2011
342011
When do political parties protest election results?
S Chernykh
Comparative Political Studies 47 (10), 1359-1383, 2014
302014
Coalitional presidentialism and legislative control in post-Soviet Ukraine
P Chaisty, S Chernykh
Post-Soviet Affairs 31 (3), 177-200, 2015
152015
Uplifting manhood to wonderful heights? News coverage of the human costs of military conflict from World War I to Gulf War Two
SL Althaus, N Swigger, S Chernykh, DJ Hendry, SC Wals, C Tiwald
Political Communication 31 (2), 193-217, 2014
15*2014
Measuring Legislative Power: An Expert Reweighting of the Fish‐Kroenig Parliamentary Powers Index
S Chernykh, D Doyle, TJ Power
Legislative Studies Quarterly 42 (2), 295-320, 2017
112017
Characteristics of National Constitutions
Z Elkins, T Ginsburg, J Melton, S Chernykh
Comparative Constitutions Project. Version 2, 2010
92010
How do minority presidents manage multiparty coalitions? Identifying and analyzing the payoffs to coalition parties in presidential systems
P Chaisty, S Chernykh
Political Research Quarterly 70 (4), 762-777, 2017
82017
Constitutions and election management
S Chernykh, Z Elkins, J Melton, T Ginsburg
Advancing electoral integrity, 2014
72014
Marking success, criticizing failure, and rooting for ‘our’side: The tone of war news from Verdun to Baghdad
SL Althaus, N Swigger, C Tiwald, S Chernykh, D Hendry, S Wals
annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, IL, 2008
4*2008
Democratic habits through non-democratic means: Age and voter turnout in the former Soviet republics
S Chernykh
Delivered at the 65th annual conference of the Midwest Political Science …, 2007
32007
Human rights violations and post-election protest
SR Bell, S Chernykh
Political Research Quarterly 72 (2), 460-472, 2019
22019
Electoral reform and voters’ behaviour in Australia and New Zealand: editors’ introduction to the special issue
S Chernykh, BE Goldsmith, L Huddy, A Martin, S Ratcliff
Political Science 70 (2), 97-101, 2018
2018
Are Semi-Presidential Constitutions Bad for Democratic Performance?
S Chernykh
2009
Inside Multiparty Presidentialism: How Latin American Legislators Evaluate Coalitional Governance1
TJ Power, S Chernykh
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