New Issue of IPSR Published - March 2022
Publication date: Thu, 05 May 2022
The latest issue of the International Political Science Review (IPSR) for March 2022 (Volume 43, Number 2) has been published.
The new issue opens with the Anthoula Malkopoulou and Lisa Hill article, titled The politics of voter presence. The authors argue for a new interpretation of the politics of presence called “descriptive responsiveness.” According to the article, representation and government responsiveness are enhanced when citizens are present en masse, not in parliaments, but at polling places. The issue also includes articles on gender gaps in political participation in Asia, the effect of education on youth political participation in Egypt and Tunisia and relational theory.
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The politics of voter presence
Anthoula Malkopoulou and Lisa Hill
Economy or austerity? Drivers of retrospective voting before and during the Great Recession
Grievances or skills? The effect of education on youth political participation in Egypt and Tunisia
Miquel Pellicer, Ragui Assaad, Caroline Krafft and Colette Salemi
Gender gaps in political participation in Asia
Shan-Jan Sarah Liu
How can we trust a political leader? Ethics, institutions, and relational theory
Is there a partisan bias in the perception of the state of the economy? A comparative investigation of European countries, 2002–2016
Martin Okolikj and Marc Hooghe
Riding the tiger of performance legitimacy? Chinese villagers’ satisfaction with state healthcare provision
Pulled in and pushed out of politics: The impact of neoliberalism on young people’s differing political consumerist motivations in the UK and Greece
Georgios Kyroglou and Matt Henn
Sortition, its advocates and its critics: An empirical analysis of citizens’ and MPs’ support for random selection as a democratic reform proposal
Vincent Jacquet, Christoph Niessen and Min Reuchamps