Grigore Pop-Eleches
Grigore Pop-Eleches
Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University
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Historical legacies and post-communist regime change
G Pop-Eleches
The Journal of Politics 69 (4), 908-926, 2007
2952007
Throwing out the Bums: Protest Voting and Unorthodox Parties after Communism
G Pop-Eleches
World Politics 62 (02), 221-260, 2010
2462010
From economic crisis to reform: IMF programs in Latin America and Eastern Europe
G Pop-Eleches
Princeton University Press, 2008
2072008
Why no backsliding? The European Union’s impact on democracy and governance before and after accession
P Levitz, G Pop-Eleches
Comparative Political Studies 43 (4), 457-485, 2010
2032010
Disenchanted or Discerning: Voter Turnout in Post-Communist Countries
AC Pacek, G Pop-Eleches, JA Tucker
The Journal of Politics 71 (02), 473-491, 2009
1552009
Communism's Shadow: Historical Legacies and Contemporary Political Attitudes
G Pop-Eleches, JA Tucker
Princeton University Press, 2017
131*2017
Between historical legacies and the promise of western integration: Democratic conditionality after communism
G Pop-Eleches
East European Politics and Societies 21 (1), 142-161, 2007
1152007
Communism's Shadow: Postcommunist Legacies, Values, and Behavior
G Pop-Eleches, JA Tucker
Comparative Politics 43 (4), 379-408, 2011
108*2011
Communist socialization and post-communist economic and political attitudes
G Pop-Eleches, JA Tucker
Electoral studies 33, 77-89, 2014
942014
Associated with the past? Communist legacies and civic participation in post-communist countries
G Pop-Eleches, JA Tucker
East European Politics and Societies 27 (1), 45-68, 2013
932013
Targeted government spending and political preferences
C Pop-Eleches, G Pop-Eleches
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 7 (3), 285-320, 2012
90*2012
A party for all seasons: Electoral adaptation of Romanian Communist successor parties
G Pop-Eleches
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 41 (4), 465-479, 2008
832008
Separated at birth or separated by birth? The communist successor parties in Romania and Hungary
G Pop-Eleches
East European Politics & Societies 13 (1), 117-147, 1998
801998
Monitoring, money and migrants: Countering post-accession backsliding in Bulgaria and Romania
P Levitz, G Pop-Eleches
Europe-Asia Studies 62 (3), 461-479, 2010
582010
Romania's politics of dejection
G Pop-Eleches
Journal of Democracy 12 (3), 156-169, 2001
56*2001
Information, elections, and political change
G Pop-Eleches, GB Robertson
Comparative Politics 47 (4), 459-495, 2015
48*2015
Income Measures in Cross-National Surveys: Problems and Solutions
MJ Donnelly, G Pop-Eleches
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-9, 2016
36*2016
After the party: Legacies and left-right distinctions in post-communist countries
G Pop-Eleches, JA Tucker
Available at SSRN 1670127, 2010
362010
Public goods or political pandering: Evidence from IMF programs in Latin America and Eastern Europe
G Pop-Eleches
International Studies Quarterly 53 (3), 787-816, 2009
352009
Crisis in the eye of the beholder: economic crisis and partisan politics in Latin American and East European International Monetary Fund programs
G Pop-Eleches
Comparative Political Studies 41 (9), 1179-1211, 2008
342008
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