Markus ML Crepaz
Markus ML Crepaz
Professor and Head, Department of International Affairs, University of Georgia
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Corporatism and consensus democracy in eighteen countries: Conceptual and empirical linkages
A Lijphart, MML Crepaz
British Journal of political science 21 (2), 235-246, 1991
The impact of constitutional structures and collective and competitive veto points on income inequality in industrialized democracies
V Birchfield, MML Crepaz
European Journal of Political Research 34 (2), 175-200, 1998
Trust beyond borders: Immigration, the welfare state, and identity in modern societies
MML Crepaz
University of Michigan Press, 2008
Consensus versus majoritarian democracy: political institutions and their impact on macroeconomic performance and industrial disputes
MML Crepaz
Comparative political studies 29 (1), 4-26, 1996
Constructing tolerance: How the welfare state shapes attitudes about immigrants
MML Crepaz, R Damron
Comparative Political Studies 42 (3), 437-463, 2009
Corporatism in decline? An empirical analysis of the impact of corporatism on macroeconomic performance and industrial disputes in 18 industrialized democracies
MML Crepaz
Comparative Political Studies 25 (2), 139-168, 1992
The impact of party polarization and postmaterialism on voter turnout: A comparative study of 16 industrial democracies
MML Crepaz
European Journal of Political Research 18 (2), 183-205, 1990
Inclusion versus exclusion: Political institutions and welfare expenditures
MML Crepaz
Comparative politics, 61-80, 1998
Explaining national variations of air pollution levels: Political institutions and their impact on environmental policy‐making
MML Crepaz
Environmental politics 4 (3), 391-414, 1995
European democracies
J Steiner, MML Crepaz
Longman Publishing Group, 2007
The impact of collective and competitive veto points on public expenditures in the global age
MML Crepaz, AW Moser
Comparative Political Studies 37 (3), 259-285, 2004
Global, constitutional, and partisan determinants of redistribution in fifteen OECD countries
MML Crepaz
Comparative Politics, 169-188, 2002
‘If you are my brother, I may give you a dime!’Public Opinion on Multiculturalism, Trust and the Welfare State
M Crepaz
Multiculturalism and the Welfare State: Recognition and Redistribution in …, 2006
From semisovereignty to sovereignty: The decline of corporatism and rise of parliament in Austria
MML Crepaz
Comparative Politics, 45-65, 1994
Consociational interpretations of the European Union
M Bogaards, MML Crepaz
European Union Politics 3 (3), 357-381, 2002
Veto players, globalization and the redistributive capacity of the state: A panel study of 15 OECD countries
MML Crepaz
Journal of Public Policy 21 (1), 1-22, 2001
Linking and integrating corporatism and consensus democracy: Theory, concepts and evidence
MML Crepaz, A Lijphart
British Journal of Political Science 25 (2), 281-288, 1995
Constitutional structures and regime performance in 18 industrialized democracies: A test of Olson's hypothesis
MML Crepaz
European Journal of Political Research 29 (1), 87-104, 1996
Global economics, local politics: Lijphart’s theory of consensus democracy and the politics of inclusion
MML Crepaz, V Birchfield
M. Crepaz et al, 197-221, 2000
An institutional dinosaur: Austrian corporatism in the post‐industrial age
MML Crepaz
West European Politics 18 (4), 64-88, 1995
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