Regina Smyth
Regina Smyth
Professor, Political Science, Indiana University
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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
1162007
Programmatic party cohesion in emerging postcommunist democracies: Russia in comparative context
H Kitschelt, R Smyth
Comparative Political Studies 35 (10), 1228-1256, 2002
1152002
Ministerial selection and intraparty organization in the contemporary British parliament
C Kam, WT Bianco, I Sened, R Smyth
American Political Science Review, 289-306, 2010
1082010
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
862013
Candidate strategies and electoral competition in the Russian Federation: Democracy without foundation
R Smyth
Cambridge University Press, 2006
812006
Looking beyond the economy: Pussy Riot and the Kremlin's voting coalition
R Smyth, I Soboleva
Post-Soviet Affairs 30 (4), 257-275, 2014
752014
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
742002
Mind the gaps: media use and mass action in Russia
R Smyth, S Oates
Europe-Asia Studies 67 (2), 285-305, 2015
662015
The P utin Factor: Personalism, Protest, and Regime Stability in R ussia
R Smyth
Politics & Policy 42 (4), 567-592, 2014
302014
Legitimising victories: electoral authoritarian control in Russia’s gubernatorial elections
R Smyth, R Turovsky
Europe-Asia Studies 70 (2), 182-201, 2018
252018
Ideological vs. Regional Cleavages: Do the Radicals Control the RSFSR Parliament?
R Smyth
Journal of Soviet Nationalities 1 (3), 112-157, 1990
181990
Patterns of discontent: Identifying the participant core in Russian post-election protest
R Smyth, A Sobolev, I Soboleva
conferenceRussia’s Winter of Discontent: Taking Stock of Changing State …, 2013
162013
Navalny’s gamesters: Protest, opposition innovation, and authoritarian stability in Russia
R Smyth, IV Soboleva
Russian Politics 1 (4), 347-371, 2016
122016
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
122015
Issues, Identities, and Programmatic Parties: The Emerging Russian Party System in Comparative Perspective
H Kitschelt, R Smyth
Annual Meeting of The American Political Science Association, Washington, DC …, 1997
111997
Considering the Orange legacy: patterns of political participation in the Euromaidan Revolution
R Smyth
Post-Soviet Affairs 34 (5), 297-316, 2018
102018
Strong partisans, weak parties? Party organizations and the development of mass partisanship in Russia
R Smyth
Comparative Politics, 209-228, 2006
102006
Building democracy by winning votes? Candidates and parties in transitional Russia
RA Smyth
Duke University, 1997
91997
Strong Partisans, Weak Parties? Assessing the Assumptions of Cohesiveness within Russian Party Organizations
R Smyth
Comparative Politics 38 (2), 209-28, 2006
82006
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
72019
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