Christine Fauvelle-Aymar
Christine Fauvelle-Aymar
Maître de conférences, Economie, IRJI, Université de Tours, France
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The political and tax capacity of government in developing countries
C Fauvelle‐Aymar
Kyklos 52 (3), 391-413, 1999
1481999
The impact of closeness on turnout: An empirical relation based on a study of a two-round ballot
C Fauvelle-Aymar, A François
Public Choice 127 (3-4), 461-483, 2006
1072006
People, space and politics: An exploration of factors explaining the 2008 anti-foreigner violence in South Africa
C Fauvelle-Aymar, A Segatti
Exorcising the demons within: Xenophobia, violence and statecraft in …, 2011
512011
The impact of turnout on electoral choices: an econometric analysis of the French case
C Fauvelle-Aymar, JD Lafay, M Servais
Electoral Studies 19 (2-3), 393-412, 2000
492000
Economic and political effects on European Parliamentary electoral turnout in post-communist Europe
C Fauvelle-Aymar, M Stegmaier
Electoral Studies 27 (4), 661-672, 2008
472008
The French voter: Before and after the 2002 elections
M Lewis-Beck
Springer, 2003
332003
The stock market and US presidential approval
C Fauvelle-Aymar, M Stegmaier
Electoral Studies 32 (3), 411-417, 2013
322013
Vote functions in France and the 2002 election forecast
E Dubois, C Fauvelle-Aymar
The French Voter, 205-230, 2004
312004
Forecasting the 2007 French presidential election: Ségolène Royal and the Iowa model
MS Lewis-Beck, É Bélanger, C Fauvelle-Aymar
French Politics 6 (2), 106-115, 2008
302008
Turnout under semipresidentialism: first-and second-order elections to national-level institutions
R Elgie, C Fauvelle-Aymar
Comparative Political Studies 45 (12), 1598-1623, 2012
292012
Campaigns, political preferences and turnout: an empirical study of the 1997 French legislative elections
C Fauvelle-Aymar, A François
French Politics 3 (1), 49-72, 2005
292005
Migration and employment in South Africa: An econometric analysis of domestic and international migrants (QLFS (Q3) 2012)
C Fauvelle-Aymar
African Centre for Migration and Society, University of the Witwatersrand, 2014
242014
Mobilization, cost of voting and turnout: a natural randomized experiment with double elections
C Fauvelle-Aymar, A François
Public Choice 162 (1), 183-199, 2015
202015
TR versus PR: Effects of the French double ballot
C Fauvelle-Aymar, MS Lewis-Beck
Electoral Studies 27 (3), 400-406, 2008
182008
French electoral reform and the abstention rate
C Fauvelle-Aymar, MS Lewis-Beck, R Nadeau
Parliamentary Affairs 64 (1), 45-60, 2011
172011
L’Iowa donne l’opposition gagnante
C Fauvelle-Aymar, MS Lewis-Beck
Libération 23, 15, 1997
161997
Electoral turnout in Johannesburg: socio-economic and political determinants
C Fauvelle-Aymar
Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa 66 (1), 142-167, 2008
152008
Immigration and the South African labour market
C Fauvelle-Aymar
Migrating for Work Research Consortium (MiWORC) Working Paper, 2015
122015
An economic theory of a hybrid (competitive authoritarian or illiberal) regime
R Wintrobe
Public Choice 177 (3), 217-233, 2018
112018
Migration and Employment in South Africa: Statistical and Econometric Analyses of Internal and International Migrants in Statistics South Africa’s Labour Market Data
D Budlender, C Fauvelle-Aymar
Migration for Work Consortium (MiWORC) Policy Brief 2, 2014
82014
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