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Using Eurobarometer data on voter participation in the 2004 European elections to test the RECON models

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  • Dionysia Tamvaki

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  • Dionysia Tamvaki, 2009. "Using Eurobarometer data on voter participation in the 2004 European elections to test the RECON models," RECON Online Working Papers Series 13, RECON.
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    1. David M. Farrell & Roger Scully, 2005. "Electing the European Parliament: How Uniform are 'Uniform' Electoral Systems?," Journal of Common Market Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 43(5), pages 969-984, December.
    2. Erik Oddvar Eriksen & John Erik Fossum, 2007. "Europe in Transformation: How to Reconstitute Democracy?," RECON Online Working Papers Series 1, RECON.
    3. CLAES H. dE VREESE & HAJO G. BOOMGAARDEN, 2006. "Media Effects on Public Opinion about the Enlargement of the European Union," Journal of Common Market Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 44(2), pages 419-436, June.
    4. Marsh, Michael, 1998. "Testing the Second-Order Election Model after Four European Elections," British Journal of Political Science, Cambridge University Press, vol. 28(04), pages 591-607, October.
    5. Christopher Lord, 2008. "Some indicators of the democratic performance of the European Union and how they might relate to the RECON models," RECON Online Working Papers Series 11, RECON.
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    democracy; European elections; European Parliament;

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