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Timothy J. Power
Timothy J. Power
Head of the Social Sciences Division, University of Oxford
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Rewarding Lula: Executive power, social policy, and the Brazilian elections of 2006
W Hunter, TJ Power
Latin American politics and society 49 (1), 1-30, 2007
696*2007
Explaining voter turnout in Latin America, 1980 to 2000
CA Fornos, TJ Power, JC Garand
Comparative political studies 37 (8), 909-940, 2004
5102004
Presidentialization, pluralization, and the rollback of Itamaraty: Explaining change in Brazilian foreign policy making in the Cardoso-Lula era
JW Cason, TJ Power
International Political Science Review 30 (2), 117-140, 2009
5092009
Bolsonaro and Brazil's illiberal backlash
W Hunter, TJ Power
J. Democracy 30, 68, 2019
4732019
Estimating ideology of Brazilian legislative parties, 1990–2005: a research communication
TJ Power, C Zucco
Latin American Research Review 44 (1), 218-246, 2009
4392009
The structural determinants of democratic consolidation: Evidence from the third world
MJ Gasiorowski, TJ Power
Comparative political studies 31 (6), 740-771, 1998
3891998
Institutional design and democratic consolidation in the Third World
TJ Power, MJ Gasiorowski
Comparative Political Studies 30 (2), 123-155, 1997
3651997
The executive toolbox: building legislative support in a multiparty presidential regime
ED Raile, C Pereira, TJ Power
Political Research Quarterly 64 (2), 323-334, 2011
3552011
Compulsory voting, invalid ballots, and abstention in Brazil
TJ Power, JT Roberts
Political Research Quarterly 48 (4), 795-826, 1995
2811995
Political right in postauthoritarian Brazil: elites, institutions, and democratization
TJ Power
Penn State Press, 2000
275*2000
Under what conditions do presidents resort to decree power? Theory and evidence from the Brazilian case
C Pereira, TJ Power, L Rennó
The Journal of Politics 67 (1), 178-200, 2005
269*2005
Rethinking the ‘presidentialism debate’: conceptualizing coalitional politics in cross-regional perspective
P Chaisty, N Cheeseman, T Power
Democratization 21 (1), 72-94, 2014
2552014
Optimism, pessimism, and coalitional presidentialism: Debating the institutional design of Brazilian democracy
TJ Power
Bulletin of Latin American Research 29 (1), 18-33, 2010
2242010
Corruption and democracy in Brazil: the struggle for accountability
TJ Power
University of Notre Dame Press, 2020
2232020
Determinants of invalid voting in Latin America
TJ Power, JC Garand
Electoral Studies 26 (2), 432-444, 2007
2192007
Does democratization depress participation? Voter turnout in the Latin American and Eastern European transitional democracies
T Kostadinova, TJ Power
Political Research Quarterly 60 (3), 363-377, 2007
2112007
Partidos conservadores no Brasil contemporâneo: quais são, o que defendem, quais são suas bases
S Mainwaring, R Meneguello, TJ Power
Paz e Terra, 2000
1902000
THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE CONGRESS PRESIDENTIAL DECREE POWER IN BRAZIL¹
TJ Power
Executive decree authority, 197, 1998
1831998
Gender, parties, and support for equal rights in the Brazilian Congress
M Htun, TJ Power
Latin American politics and society 48 (4), 83-104, 2006
1662006
Elite preferences in a consolidating democracy: the Brazilian legislative surveys, 1990–2009
TJ Power, C Zucco
Latin American Politics and Society 54 (4), 1-27, 2012
1352012
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