Christine Lipsmeyer
Christine Lipsmeyer
Professor of Political Science, Texas A&M University
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East versus West: comparing political attitudes and welfare preferences across European societies
C Lipsmeyer, T Nordstrom
Journal of European Public Policy 10 (3), 339-364, 2003
The eyes that bind: Junior ministers as oversight mechanisms in coalition governments
CS Lipsmeyer, HN Pierce
The Journal of Politics 73 (4), 1152-1164, 2011
Welfare and the discriminating public: Evaluating entitlement attitudes in post‐communist Europe
CS Lipsmeyer
Policy Studies Journal 31 (4), 545-564, 2003
Parties and policy: evaluating economic and partisan influences on welfare policy spending during the European post-communist transition
CS Lipsmeyer
British Journal of Political Science, 641-661, 2002
Immigration, globalization, and unemployment benefits in developed EU states
CS Lipsmeyer, L Zhu
American Journal of Political Science 55 (3), 647-664, 2011
Reading between the welfare lines: Politics and policy structure in post-communist Europe
CS Lipsmeyer
Europe-Asia Studies 52 (7), 1191-1211, 2000
The democratic experience in divided societies: The Baltic states in comparative perspective
G Evans, CS Lipsmeyer
Journal of Baltic Studies 32 (4), 379-401, 2001
Economic adversity and public mobilization in Russia
D Bahry, C Lipsmeyer
Electoral Studies 20 (3), 371-398, 2001
Booms and busts: how parliamentary governments and economic context influence welfare policy
CS Lipsmeyer
International Studies Quarterly 55 (4), 959-980, 2011
Policy feedback and economic risk: the influence of privatization on social policy preferences
L Zhu, CS Lipsmeyer
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (10), 1489-1511, 2015
The effects of immigration and integration on European budgetary trade-offs
CS Lipsmeyer, AQ Philips, GD Whitten
Journal of European Public Policy 24 (6), 912-930, 2017
Post‐Communist Mandates
CS Lipsmeyer
Politics & Policy 37 (4), 715-734, 2009
Soft money and hard choices: Why political parties might legislate against soft money donations
D Gill, CS Lipsmeyer
Public Choice 123 (3-4), 411-438, 2005
Comparing dynamic pies: A strategy for modeling compositional variables in time and space
CS Lipsmeyer, AQ Philips, A Rutherford, GD Whitten
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (3), 523-540, 2019
Everybody Hurts Sometimes: How Personal and Collective Insecurities Shape Policy Preferences
ME Compton, CS Lipsmeyer
The Journal of Politics 81 (2), 539-551, 2019
The Political Consequences of Nativism: The Impact of Nativist Sentiment on Party Support
NT Davis, K Goidel, CS Lipsmeyer, GD Whitten, C Young
Social Science Quarterly 100 (2), 466-479, 2019
Introduction: Political budgeting from a comparative perspective
C Breunig, CS Lipsmeyer, GD Whitten
Journal of European Public Policy 24 (6), 789-791, 2017
Private Markets and Public Protections: Economic Liberalization and Welfare Changes in European Transitional Countries
CS Lipsmeyer, PT Simmons
annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, 2001
The redistributive dilemma: the influence of political parties and clientele groups on social welfare policy in post-Communist countries
CS Lipsmeyer
Vanderbilt University, 1999
Economic Vulnerability, Cultural Decline, and Nativism: Contingent and Indirect Effects
NT Davis, K Goidel, CS Lipsmeyer, GD Whitten, C Young
Social Science Quarterly 100 (2), 430-446, 2019
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