Robert Mattes
Robert Mattes
School of Government and Public Policy, University of Strathclyde
Verified email at strath.ac.uk - Homepage
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Public opinion, democracy, and market reform in Africa
M Bratton, R Mattes, E Gyimah-Boadi
Cambridge University Press, 2005
9302005
Support for Democracy in Africa: intrinsic or instrumental?
M Bratton, R Mattes
British Journal of Political Science, 447-474, 2001
6102001
Learning about democracy in Africa: Awareness, performance, and experience
R Mattes, M Bratton
American Journal of Political Science 51 (1), 192-217, 2007
4842007
South Africa: democracy without the people?
RB Mattes
Journal of Democracy 13 (1), 22-36, 2002
2672002
The ‘Born Frees’: The prospects for generational change in post‐apartheid South Africa
R Mattes
Australian Journal of Political Science 47 (1), 133-153, 2012
2002012
Does ethnicity determine support for the governing party? The structural and attitudinal basis of partisan identification in 12 African nations
P Norris, R Mattes
The structural and attitudinal basis of partisan identification in 12, 2003
1972003
Africans' surprising universalism
M Bratton, R Mattes
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001
1822001
The election book: Judgement and choice in South Africa's 1994 election
R Mattes
1351995
Still waiting for the barbarians: SA attitudes to immigrants & immigration
RB Mattes
Southern African Migration Project, 1999
1131999
Opposition parties and the voters in South Africa's general election of 1999
R Mattes, J Piombo
Democratization 8 (3), 101-128, 2001
1002001
The material and political bases of lived poverty in Africa: Insights from the Afrobarometer
R Mattes
Barometers of quality of life around the globe, 161-185, 2008
992008
Consolidation and public opinion in South Africa
H Thiel, RB Mattes
Journal of Democracy 9 (1), 95-110, 1998
971998
Poverty, survival and democracy in Southern Africa
R Mattes, M Bratton, YD Davids
University of Cape Town, 2002
952002
South Africa's emerging black middle class: a harbinger of political change?
R Mattes
Journal of International Development 27 (5), 665-692, 2015
812015
The brain gain: Skilled migrants and immigration policy in post-apartheid South Africa
RB Mattes
Southern African Migration Project, 2000
802000
Gyimah-Boadi
M Bratton, R Mattes
Public opinion, democracy and market reform in Africa, 246-8, 2005
672005
After a decade of growth in Africa, little change in poverty at the grassroots
B Dulani, R Mattes, C Logan
Afrobarometer Policy Brief 1, 18-39, 2013
662013
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: Migration from Lesotho, Mozambique and Zimbabwe to South Africa
DA McDonald, L Zinyama, J Gay, F de Vlerter, R Marres
International Migration Review 34 (3), 813-841, 2000
662000
SA tribes: Who we are, how we live and what we want from life in the new South Africa
SM Burgess, M Harris, RB Mattes
New Africa Books, 2002
652002
The brain drain: What do skilled South Africans think
R Mattes, W Richmond
Africa Insight 30 (2), 1-10, 2000
642000
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