- Title Pages
- 1 Explaining Gendered Patterns of Cabinet Formation
- 2 Institutionalist Approaches to Cabinet Appointments
- 3 Who Selects Ministers?
- 4 Who Can Be a Minister?
- 5 How to Qualify for Cabinet: Experiential Criteria
- 6 How to Qualify for Cabinet: Affiliational Criteria
- 7 How to Qualify for Cabinet: Representational Criteria
- 8 The Gendered Consequences of Rules about Selection
- 9 The Gendered Consequences of Qualifying Criteria
- 10 Gendered Representational Criteria
- 11 Concrete Floors and Cabinet Appointments
- Appendix 1 List of Interviews
- Appendix 2 Women Holding High-Status Cabinet Posts, by Country, through 2016
- Appendix 3 Summary of Rules for Cabinet Appointments, All Countries in Data Set
- Cabinets, Ministers, and Gender
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