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Political Parties, Business Groups, and Corruption in Developing Countries$

Vineeta Yadav

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780199735907

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199735907.001.0001

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(p.209) Appendix B List of Primary and Secondary Sources Used to Code Independent Variables

(p.209) Appendix B List of Primary and Secondary Sources Used to Code Independent Variables

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Political Parties, Business Groups, and Corruption in Developing Countries
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Oxford University Press

B.1 General Sources:

Arthur S. Banks, Political Handbook of the World (New York: McGraw-Hill, various years)

Arthur S. Banks, Alan J. Day, and Thomas C. Muller, Political Handbook of the World 1997 (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997)

Inter-Parliamentary Union (Parline Database, http://www.ipu.org/parline-e/parlinsearch.asp)

Keesing’s Contemporary Archives (London: Keesing’s Limited, various years)

Library of Congress Country Studies (http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/csquery.html)

Library of Congress Portals to the World (http://www.loc.gov/rr/international/portals.html)

Regional Surveys of the World (London: Europa Publications, various years)

Valentine Herman, Parliaments of the World: A Reference Compendium (New York: DeGruyter, 1976)

Inter-Parliamentary Union, Parliaments of the World: A Comparative Reference Compendium, 2nd ed. (Aldershot, UK: Gower House, 1986)

Gerhard Loewenberg, Peverill Squire, and D. Roderick Kiewiet, eds., Legislatures: Comparative Perspectives on Representative Assemblies (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002)

Worldmark Encyclopedia of Nations (1995), CAPEL (various years)

Inter-Parliamentary Union’s website at http://www.ipu.org/parline-e/parlinesearch.asp.

B.2 Africa:

Michael Bratton and Nicolas Van de Walle, Political Regimes and Regime Transitions in Africa: A Comparative Handbook (East Lansing: Department of Political Science, Michigan State University, 1996)

Marion Doro, ed., Africa Contemporary Record: Annual Survey and Documents (New York: Africana, various years)

Shaheen Mozaffar, “Africa: Electoral Systems in Emerging Democracies,” in Joseph Colomer, ed., The Handbook of Electoral System Choice (New York: Palgrave, 2003)

(p.210) Dieter Nohlen, Michael Krennerich, and Bernhard Thibaut, eds., Elections in Africa: A Data Handbook (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999)

B.3 Asia:

Dieter Nohlen, Florian Grotz, and Christof Hartman, eds., Elections in Asia and the Pacific: A Data Handbook (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001)

Nizam Ahmed, “In Search of Institutionalisation: Parliament in Bangladesh,” in Philip Norton and Nizam Ahmed, eds., Parliaments in Asia (London: Frank Cass, 1999)

Chong Lim Kim and Seong-Tong Pai, Legislative Process in Korea (Seoul: Seoul National University Press, 1999)

Philip Norton and Nizam Ahmed, eds., Parliaments in Asia (London: Frank Cass, 1999)

Rommel C. Banlaoi and Clarita R. Carlos, Political Parties in the Philippines: From 1900 to the Present (Makati City, Philippines: Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 1996)

Choe Yonhyok, How to Manage Free and Fair Elections: A Comparison of Korea, Sweden, and the United Kingdom (Goteburg: Goteburg University, 1997)

B.4 Latin America:

Grace Ivana Dehesa, “Gobiernos de Coalicion en el Sistema Presidencial: America del Sur” [Coalition governments in presidential systems: South America] (doctoral dissertation, European University Institute, Florence, 1997)

Dieter Nohlen, ed., Enciclopedia electoral Latinoamericana y del Caribe [Electoral encyclopedia of Latin America and the Caribbean] (San Jose, Costa Rica: Instituto Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, 1993)

Political Database of the Americas (http://www.georgetown.edu/pdba/english.html)

Arturo Valenzuela, “Party Politics and the Crisis of Presidentalism in Chile” In The Failure of Presidential Democracy Vol.2 Editors J. Linz and A. Valenzuela (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University, 1994)

Abdo I. Baaklini, The Brazilian Legislature and Political System (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1992)

Octavio Amorim Neto and Eric Magar, “Veto Bargaining and Coalition Formation: A Theory of Presidential Policymaking with Application to Venezuela” (paper delivered at the 22nd International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Miami, 2000)

Daniel Chasquetti, “Multipartidismo, coaliciones y estabilidad democratica en America Latina” (Master’s thesis, Universidad de la Republica, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2001)

Bonnie Field, “Frozen Democracy?” (paper delivered at the 22nd International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Miami, 2000)

(p.211) Argelina Cheibub Figueiredo, “Government Performance in Multiparty Presidential Systems: The Experiences of Brazil” (paper delivered at the 18th IPSA World Congress, Quebec City, 2000)

Andres Mejia-Acosta, “Weak Coalitions and Policy Making in the Ecuadorian Congress (1979–1996)” (paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Miami, 2000)

Peter Siavelis, The President and the Congress in Postauthoritarian Chile: Institutional Constraints to Democratic Consolidation (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000)

Michelle Taylor-Robinson, “Candidate Selection in Costa Rica” (paper delivered at the 23rd International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Washington, D.C., 2001)

Michelle Taylor-Robinson and Christopher Diaz, “Who Gets Legislation Passed in a Marginal Legislature and Is the Label Marginal Legislature Still Appropriate? A Study of the Honduran Congress,” Comparative Political Studies 32 (1999): 590–626

N. Guillermo Molinelli, M. Valeria Palanza, and Gisela Sin, Congreso, Presidencia y Justicia en la Argentina (Buenos Aires: Temas Grupo Editorial, 1999)

Boletin Electoral LatinoamericanoVarious years.

B.5 Eastern and Central Europe and Former Soviet Union:

Attila Ágh and Sandor Kurtan, The First Parliament (1990–1994): Democratization and Europeanization in Hungary (Budapest: Hungarian Centre for Democracy Studies, 1995)

Thomas F. Remington, The Russian Parliament (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2001)

George Tsebelis and Tatiana Rizova, “Presidential Conditional Agenda Setting in the Former Communist Countries,” Comparative Political Studies 40 (10): 1155–1182.

Peter Kopecký, “Parliaments in Central and Eastern Europe: Changing Legislative Institutions.” Czech Sociological Review 3 (2005): 361–373

Peter Kopecký, “Power to the Executive! The Changing Executive-Legislative Relations in Eastern Europe,” Journal of Legislative Studies 10, nos. 2–3: 142–153 (p.212)