Erik Wibbels
Erik Wibbels
Political Science, Duke University
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Party systems and electoral volatility in Latin America: a test of economic, institutional, and structural explanations
KM Roberts, E Wibbels
American Political Science Review 93 (3), 575-590, 1999
Beyond the fiction of federalism: Macroeconomic management in multitiered systems
J Rodden, E Wibbels
World Politics 54 (4), 494-531, 2002
Dependency revisited: International markets, business cycles, and social spending in the developing world
E Wibbels
International Organization 60 (2), 433-468, 2006
Decentralization and democracy in Latin America
AP Montero, D Samuels
University of Notre Dame Press, 2004
Federalism and the market: Intergovernmental conflict and economic reform in the developing world
E Wibbels
Cambridge University Press, 2005
Diversity, disparity, and civil conflict in federal states
KM Bakke, E Wibbels
World Politics 59 (1), 1-50, 2006
Federalism and the politics of macroeconomic policy and performance
E Wibbels
American Journal of Political Science, 687-702, 2000
Lessons from strange cases: Democracy, development, and the resource curse in the US states
E Goldberg, E Wibbels, E Mvukiyehe
Comparative Political Studies 41 (4-5), 477-514, 2008
The subnational politics of economic adjustment: Provincial politics and fiscal performance in Argentina
KL Remmer, E Wibbels
Comparative political studies 33 (4), 419-451, 2000
Madison in Baghdad?: Decentralization and federalism in comparative politics
E Wibbels
Annu. Rev. Polit. Sci. 9, 165-188, 2006
Globalization, taxation, and burden-shifting in Latin America
E Wibbels, M Arce
International Organization 57 (1), 111-136, 2003
Fiscal decentralization and the business cycle: An empirical study of seven federations
J Rodden, E Wibbels
Economics & Politics 22 (1), 37-67, 2010
Development, trade, and social insurance
E Wibbels, JS Ahlquist
International Studies Quarterly 55 (1), 125-149, 2011
Dual accountability and the nationalization of party competition: Evidence from four federations
J Rodden, E Wibbels
Party politics 17 (5), 629-653, 2011
Bailouts, budget constraints, and leviathans: Comparative federalism and lessons from the early United States
E Wibbels
Comparative Political Studies 36 (5), 475-508, 2003
Riding the Wave: World Trade and Factor‐Based Models of Democratization
JS Ahlquist, E Wibbels
American Journal of Political Science 56 (2), 447-464, 2012
Decentralized governance, constitution formation, and redistribution
E Wibbels
Constitutional Political Economy 16 (2), 161-188, 2005
Distance, services, and citizen perceptions of the state in rural Africa
DW Brinkerhoff, A Wetterberg, E Wibbels
Governance 31 (1), 103-124, 2018
Reading, writing, and the regrettable status of education research in comparative politics
T Gift, E Wibbels
Annual Review of Political Science 17, 291-312, 2014
The origins of dualism
D Rueda, E Wibbels, M Altamirano
The politics of advanced capitalism, 1-40, 2015
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