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2022

2021

2021

(2021:10) Aksel Sundström & Lena Wängnerud: Sexual forms of corruption and sextortion: How to expand research in a sensitive area (PDF)
(2021:9) Carl Dahlström & Johannes Lindvall: Sweden and the COVID-19 Crisis (PDF)
(2021:8) Fernando Jiménez-Sánchez, José Luis Ros-Medina and Manuel Villoria-Mendieta: Disappointed expectations: Does the Basque country really enjoy such a high level of quality of gov-ernment -in European standards- when compared to a backward region su (PDF)
(2021:7) Rasmus Broms, Carl Dahlström & Marina Nistotskaya: Provider Ownership and Service Quality: Evidence from Swedish Residential Care Homes (PDF)
(2021:6) Elise Tengs: Pre-Election Tax Enforcement in Sub-Saharan Africa (PDF)
(2021:5) Aiysha Varraich: Religious Clientelism -A theory (PDF)
(2021:4) Charron, Lapuente, Bauhr: Sub-national Quality of Government in EU Member States: Presenting the 2021 European Quality of Government Index and its relationship with Covid-19 indicators (PDF)
(2021:3) D’Arcy, Nistotskaya & Olsson: Land Property Rights, Cadasters and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Panel 1000-2015 CE (PDF)
(2021:2) Marina Nistotskaya, Stefan Dahlberg, Carl Dahlström, Aksel Sundström, Sofia Axelsson, Cem Mert Dalli & Natalia Alvarado Pachon: The Quality of Government Expert Survey 2020. (Wave III): Report (PDF)
(2021:1) Martin Sjöstedt, Aksel Sundström, Sverker C. Jagers & Herbert Ntuli: Governance through community policing: What makes citizens report poaching of wildlife to state officials? (PDF)

2020

2020

(2020:15) Anders Sundell: Hits close to home: Shootings and support for the Sweden Democrats (PDF)
(2020:14) Manuel Santos Silva, Amy C. Alexander, Stephan Klasen & Christian Welzel: The Roots of Female Emancipation: The Initializing Role of Cool Water (PDF)
(2020:13) Andrea F.M. Martinangeli, Marina Povitkina, Sverker C. Jagers, Bo Rothstein: Institutional Quality Causes Social Trust: Evidence from Survey and Experimental Data on Trusting Under the Shadow of Doubt (PDF)
(2020:12) Nicholas Charron, Victor Lapuente & Andrés Rodriguez-Pose: Uncooperative Society, Uncooperative Politics or Both? How Trust, Polarization and Populism Explain Excess Mortality for COVID-19 across European regions (PDF)
(2020:11) Andreas Bågenholm & Nicholas Charron: Who votes for Anti-Corruption Parties? The Emergence of a New Party Family (PDF)
(2020:10) Elise Tengs: Taxation as a Social Contract. Public goods and collective action in Sub-Saharan Africa (PDF)
(2020:9) Andrea Vaccaro: Measures of State Capacity: Same Same, but Different? (PDF)
(2020:8) Sundström & Stockemer: Measuring support for women’s political leadership: Social desirability and gendered interviewer effects among African respondents (PDF)
(2020:7) Martin Hammrén: Populism and Politicization of the Bureaucracy: A Quantitative Analysis of the Effect of Populist Rule in Europe and Latin America (PDF)
(2020:6) Mariano-Florentino Cuellar & Matthew C. Stephenson: Taming Systemic Corruption: The American Experience and Its Implications for Contemporary Debates (PDF)
(2020:5) Sören Holmberg: How people around the world assess democracy communicating online (PDF)
(2020:4) Ruth Carlitz & Marina Povitkina: Environmental protection in authoritarian regimes: Investigating the role of pluralism (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Ruth D. Carlitz, Marina Povitkina, Local interest group activity and environmental degradation in authoritarian regimes, World Development, Volume 142, 2021.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2021.105425.
(2020:3) Carl Dahlström, Erik Lundberg & Kira Pronin: Conflict-resolvers or tools of electoral struggle? Swedish commissions of inquiry 1990-2016 (PDF)
(2020:2) Gissur Ó Erlingsson, Emanuel Wittberg & Markus Lindström: Municipally owned enterprises and heightened corruption risks (PDF)
(2020:1) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Social Trust –The Nordic Gold? (PDF)

2019

2019

(2019:14) Rasmus Broms: Taxation and Turnout in Swedish Municipalities (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Rasmus Broms, Boxholm tea party: Taxation and voter turnout in a mature democracy, Electoral Studies, Volume 71, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2021.102318.
(2019:13) Håkan Bernhardsson: The Link between Ethnic Fractionalization and Corruption Revised: Ethnic Voting in Africa (PDF)
(2019:12) Ina Kubbe, Amy Alexander & Lena Wängnerud: The effect of gender on corruption: Sorting out explanations for gender differences with new experimental research (PDF)
(2019:11) Fredrik Larsson: Can Civil Society curb Corruption in Public Procurement? A comparative study of the conditional effect of societal accountability in EU regions (PDF)
(2019:10) Matthew Stephenson: Corruption as a Self-Reinforcing “Trap”: Implications for Reform Strategy (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Matthew C Stephenson, Corruption as a Self-Reinforcing Trap: Implications for Reform Strategy, The World Bank Research Observer, Volume 35, Issue 2, August 2020, Pages 192–226, https://doi.org/10.1093/wbro/lkaa003
(2019:9) Bo Rothstein & Sören Holmberg: Correlates of Corruption (PDF)
(2019:8) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Correlates of Electoral Democracy (PDF)
(2019:7) Kohei Suzuki & Mehmet Akif Demircioglu: Is impartiality enough? Government impartiality and citizen’s perceptions of public service quality (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Suzuki, K, Demircioglu, MA. Is impartiality enough? Government impartiality and citizens' perceptions of public service quality. Governance. 2021; 34: 727– 764. https://doi.org/10.1111/gove.12527
(2019:6) Ramin Shirali: Elite Survival First, Then Meritocratization: Implications of Elite Survival on the Meritocratization of Bureaucracies (PDF)
(2019:5) Monika Bauhr & Ruth Carlitz: Transparency and the Quality of Local Public Service Provision: Street-Level Discretion in Education, Health and Infrastructure (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Bauhr, M., & Carlitz, R. (2021). When does transparency improve public services? Street-level discretion, information, and targeting. Public Administration, 99( 3), 500– 516. https://doi.org/10.1111/padm.12693
(2019:4) Carl Dahlström, Mihály Fazekas & David E. Lewis: Agency Design, Favoritism and Procurement in the United States (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, C., Fazekas, M. and Lewis, D.E. (2021), Partisan Procurement: Contracting with the United States Federal Government, 2003–2015. American Journal of Political Science, 65: 652-669. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajps.12574
(2019:3) Nicholas Charron, Niklas Harring & Victor Lapuente: Trust, Regulation and Redistribution (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Charron, N., Harring, N. and Lapuente, V. (2021), Trust, regulation, and redistribution why some governments overregulate and under-redistribute. Regulation & Governance, 15: 3-16. https://doi.org/10.1111/rego.12277
(2019:2) Dragana Davidovic & Niklas Harring: Does Quality of Government and Trust Explain the Cross-National Variation in Public Support for Climate Policy? (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dragana Davidovic, Niklas Harring, Exploring the cross-national variation in public support for climate policies in Europe: The role of quality of government and trust, Energy Research & Social Science, Volume 70, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2020.101785.
(2019:1) Daniel Carelli: The Focal Power of Anticorruption Law: Insights from Italian State-Building (PDF)

2018

2018

(2018:14) Marina Nistotskaya & Michelle D'Arcy: State Capacity, Democracy and Public Good Production: The case of Child Mortality (PDF)
(2018:13) Marina Nistotskaya & Anna Khakhunova: Public Bureaucracy and Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Russia’s Regions (PDF)
(2018:12) Kohei Suzuki & Claudia Avellaneda: New Public Management and Municipal Performance: Do NPM Reforms Boost Performance? (PDF)
(2018:11) Rasmus Broms: The electoral consequences of institutional failure: A comparative study of audits, rulers, and voters in Swedish municipalities (PDF)
(2018:10) Sofia B. Vera: Accepting or Resisting Corruption? Responses to Corruption and Competence in Highly Corrupt Environments (PDF)
(2018:9) Kohei Suzuki & Hyunkang Hur: Bureaucratic Structures and Organizational Commitment of Senior Public Officials (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Kohei Suzuki & Hyunkang Hur (2020) Bureaucratic structures and organizational commitment: findings from a comparative study of 20 European countries, Public Management Review, 22:6, 877-907, DOI: 10.1080/14719037.2019.1619813
(2018:8) Lena Wängnerud: Moving Beyond Categorical Measures of Gender in Corruption Research (PDF)
(2018:7) Rasmus Broms, Carl Dahlström & Marina Nistotskaya: Marketization and the Quality of Residential Elderly Care in Sweden (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Broms, Rasmus, Carl Dahlström and Marina Nistotskaya (2020). “Competition and Service Quality: Evidence from Swedish Residential Care Homes”. Governance 33(3): 525-543.
(2018:6) Gabriella R. Montinola & Sarah M. Prince: Women's Empowerment and Foreign Aid Effectiveness (PDF)
(2018:5) Gissur Ólafur Erlingsson & Gunnar Helgi Kristinsson: Exploring shades of corruption tolerance: three lessons from Iceland and Sweden (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Erlingsson, G. Ó., & Kristinsson, G. H. (2019). Exploring shades of corruption tolerance : Tentative Lessons from Iceland and Sweden. Kyiv-Molova Law and Politics Journal, (5), 119–140. https://doi.org/10.18523/kmlpj189994.2019-5.141-164
(2018:4) Dragana Davidovic: Trust, Values, and Quality of Government: Exploring Interactions Between Individual and Contextual Level Determinants of Environmental Tax Support (PDF)
(2018:3) Monika Bauhr & Nicholas Charron: Why Support International Redistribution? Corruption and Public Support for Aid in the Eurozone (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Bauhr, M., & Charron, N. (2018). Why support International redistribution? Corruption and public support for aid in the eurozone. European Union Politics, 19(2), 233–254. https://doi.org/10.1177/1465116518757702
(2018:2) Monika Bauhr & Nicholas Charron: What Do Citizens Think About Redistribution and Aid Within the EU? Description and Highlights of a Pan-European Citizen Survey on Public Support for Cohesion Policy (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Charron , N. ; Bauhr , M. (2020). Do Citizens Support EU Cohesion Policy? Measuring European support for redistribution within the EU and its correlates. Investigaciones Regionales - Journal of Regional Research, 46, 11-26. https://investigacionesregionales.org/es/article/apoyan-los-ciudadanos-la-politica-de-cohesion-de-la-ue-medida-del-apoyo-europeo-a-la-redistribucion-dentro-de-la-ue/
(2018:1) Nicholas Charron & Victor Lapuente: Quality of Government in EU Regions: Spatial and Temporal Patterns. (PDF)

2017

2017

(2017:16) Stefan Dahlberg, Sofia Axelsson & Sören Holmberg: The Meaning of Democracy. Using a Distributional Semantic Model for Collecting Co-Occurrence Information from Online Data Across Languages (PDF)
(2017:15) Frida Nilsson & Niklas Harring: The large-scale collective action dilemma of recycling: Exploring the role of trust (PDF)
(2017:14) Ina Kubbe: Let’s play: Bribery Games in the U.S. and Germany (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Kubbe I. (2018) Let’s Play: Bribery Games in the US and Germany. In: Kubbe I., Engelbert A. (eds) Corruption and Norms. Political Corruption and Governance. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-66254-1_9
(2017:13) Gissur Ó Erlingsson & Emanuel Wittberg: Easier said than done? Implementing RTI-laws in Sweden (PDF)
(2017:12) Bo Rothstein & Nicholas Sorak: Ethical Codes for the Public Administration. A Comparative Survey (PDF)
(2017:11) Victor Lapuente & Kohei Suzuki: The Prudent Entrepreneurs: Women and Public Sector Innovation (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Victor Lapuente & Kohei Suzuki (2021) The prudent entrepreneurs: women and public sector innovation, Journal of European Public Policy, 28:9, 1345-1371, DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2020.1770316
(2017:10) Amanda Linell, Martin Sjöstedt & Aksel Sundström: Compliance dynamics in transboundary governance of natural resources (PDF)
(2017:9) Andrej Kokkonen & Anders Sundell: The King is Dead: Political Succession and War in Europe, 1000–1799 (PDF)
(2017:9 Appendix) Andrej Kokkonen & Anders Sundell: The King is Dead: Political Succession and War in Europe, 1000–1799 (PDF)
(2017:8) Kohei Suzuki & Hyesong Ha: Municipality Merger and Local Democracy: An assessment of the merger of Japanese municipalities (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Suzuki, K. and H. Ha (2018). "Municipal Merger and Local Democracy: An Assessment of the Merger of Japanese Municipalities." Lex localis - Journal of Local Self-Government 16(4): 759-784. https://doi.org/10.4335/16.4.759-784(2018)
(2017:7) Kohei Suzuki & Mehmet Akif Demircioglu: Rediscovering Bureaucracy: Bureaucratic Professionalism, Impartiality, and Innovation (PDF)
(2017:6) Kohei Suzuki & Claudia Avellaneda: Women and Risk-Taking Behavior in Local Public Finance (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Kohei Suzuki & Claudia N. Avellaneda (2018) Women and risk-taking behaviour in local public finance, Public Management Review, 20:12, 1741-1767, DOI: 10.1080/14719037.2017.1412118
(2017:5) Rasmus Broms, Carl Dahlström & Mihaly Fazekas: Procurement and Competition in Swedish Municipalities (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Broms, Rasmus, Carl Dahlström and Mihály Fazekas (2019). “Political competition and public procurement outcomes”. Comparative Political Studies 52(9): 1259–1292.
(2017:4) Mikael Holmgren: Agency Problems and the Politics of Administrative Reorganization (PDF)
(2017:3) Frida Boräng & Helene Ahlborg: Institution building in challenging contexts – energy for development in Tanzania (PDF)
(2017:2) Eliska Drapalova & Victor Lapuente: Do City Managers Improve Government Performance? (PDF)
(2017:1) Carl Dahlström & Mikael Holmgren: The Link between Appointments and Appropriations in the Politics of Administrative Design (PDF)

2016

2016

(2016:17) Nicholas Sorak: Internet, Censorship, and Corruption. The impact of online censorship on the internet’s potential to reduce corruption (PDF)
(2016:16) Andreas Bågenholm, Stefan Dahlberg & Maria Solevid: Does Party Politicization of Corruption Affect Voter Turnout? (PDF)
(2016:15) Sverker Jagers, Simon Matti & Katarina Nordblom: How Policy Legitimacy affects Policy Support Throughout the Policy Cycle (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Jagers, S., Matti, S., & Nordblom, K. (2020). The evolution of public policy attitudes: Comparing the mechanisms of policy support across the stages of a policy cycle. Journal of Public Policy, 40(3), 428-448. doi:10.1017/S0143814X19000023
(2016:14) Frida Boräng, Sverker Jagers & Marina Povitkina: How corruption shapes the relationship between democracy and electrification (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Frida Boräng, Sverker C. Jagers, Marina Povitkina (2021) In Light of Democracy and Corruption: Institutional Determinants of Electricity Provision. The Energy Journal, Volume 42, 2, 165-182. http://www.iaee.org/en/publications/ejarticle.aspx?id=3631
(2016:13) Gissur Ólafur Erlingsson & Gunnar Helgi Kristinsson: Making Sense of Corruption Perceptions: Who to Ask (and About What?) - Evidence from Iceland (PDF)
(2016:12) Salvador Parrado, Victor Lapuente & Carl Dahlström: The Abandoned Trustees. Explaining Corruption in Local Government (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Parrado, Salvador, Carl Dahlström and Victor Lapuente (2018). “Mayors and Corruption in Spain: Same Rules, Different Outcomes”. South European Society and Politics 23(3): 303-322.
(2016:11) Kohei Suzuki & Claudia N. Avellaneda: Does Chief Executive’s Experience Moderate Consolidation’s Impact on Municipal Performance (PDF)
(2016:10) Carl Dahlström, Marina Nistotskaya & Maria Tyrberg: Is the quality of the outsourced public services contingent on the quality of bureaucracy? (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl, Marina Nistotskaya and Maria Tyrberg (2018). ”Outsourcing, bureaucratic personnel quality and citizen satisfaction with public services”. Public Administration 96(1): 218-233.
(2016:9) Bo Rothstein: Corruption, Gender Equality and Feminist Strategies (PDF)
(2016:8) Niklas Harring & Victor Lapuente: Cooperation or Punishment. The Effects of Trust on Government Regulation and Taxation. (PDF)
(2016:7) David Andersen: The State in Democratic Breakdowns: Who, How, and Why. (PDF)
(2016:6) Michelle D´Arcy & Marina Nistotskaya: The Early Modern Origins of Contemporary European Tax Systems. (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: D'Arcy M. and Nistotskaya, M. (2018), The early modern origins of contemporary European tax outcomes. European Journal of Political Research, 57: 47-67. https://doi.org/10.1111/1475-6765.12214
(2016:5) Nan Zhang: Democratic advantages in corruption control. New Evidence from Anti-Corruption Cases across 154 Countries (PDF)
(2016:4) Helena Olofsdotter Stensöta: Social trust among non-Nordic immigrant youth – does context matter? (PDF)
(2016:3) Helena Olofsdotter Stensöta: Is the young generation lagging behind? Wellbeing and welfare policies. (PDF)
(2016:2) Daniel Stockemer & Aksel Sundström: Can institutions pave the way for the young? Electoral systems and age representation in parliament (PDF)
(2016:1) Aksel Sundström: Understanding illegality and corruption in forest management: A literature review (PDF)

2015

2015

(2015:17) Ketevan Bolkvadze: Efficiency without Autonomy? Bureaucratic Reforms in Georgia’s Hybrid Regime (PDF)
(2015:16) Marina Nistotskaya, Anna Khakhunova & Carl Dahlström: Expert Survey on the Quality of Government in Russia’s Regions: A Report (PDF)
(2015:15) Maria Gustavson: Does Good Auditing Generate Quality of Government? (PDF)
(2015:14) Kajsa Karlström: Decentralization, corruption, and the role of democracy (PDF)
(2015:13) Marina Povitkina: Democracy, Bureaucratic Capacity and Environmental Quality (PDF)
(2015:12) Martin Sjöstedt & Marina Povitkina: Vulnerability of Small Island Development States. Does good governance help? (PDF)
(2015:11) Michelle D'Arcy & Marina Nistotskaya: State First, Then Democracy: Using Cadastral Records to Explain Governmental Performance (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: D'Arcy M., Nistotskaya M. (2017) State First, Then Democracy: Using Cadastral Records to Explain Governmental Performance in Public Goods Provision, Pages 193-209, https://doi.org/10.1111/gove.12206
(2015:10) Aksel Sundström: Corruption and violations of conservation rules: A survey experiment with resource users (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Aksel Sundström (2016), Corruption and Violations of Conservation Rules: A Survey Experiment with Resource Users, World Development, Volume 85, Pages 73-83. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2016.04.011.
(2015:9) Carl Dahlström, Jan Teorell, Stefan Dahlberg, Felix Hartmann, Annika Lindberg, Marina Nistotskaya: THE QOG EXPERT SURVEY II Report (PDF)
(2015:8) Nicholas Charron, Carl Dahlström & Victor Lapuente: Measuring Meritocracy in the Public Sector in Europe: a New National and Sub-National Indicator (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Charron, Nicholas, Carl Dahlström, and Victor Lapuente (2016). “Measuring Meritocracy in the Public Sector in Europe: a New National and Sub-National Indicator”. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 22(3): 499-523.
(2015:7) Stefan Dahlberg & Sören Holmberg: The Importance of Electoral and Judicial Trust for Regime Support (PDF)
(2015:6) Nicholas Charron, Carl Dahlström, Mihály Fazekas, Victor Lapuente: Careers, connections and corruption risks in Europe (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Charron, Nicholas, Carl Dahlström, Mihály Fazekas, and Victor Lapuente (2017). “Careers, Connections, and Corruption Risks: Investigating the impact of bureaucratic meritocracy on public procurement processes”. Journal of Politics 79(1): 89-104.
(2015:5) Björn Rönnerstrand & Victor Lapuente: Corruption and antibiotic use in the European regions (PDF)
(2015:4) Carl Dahlström & Mikael Holmgren: The Politics of Political Appointments (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl and Mikael Holmgren (2019). “The Political Dynamics of Bureaucratic Turnover”. British Journal of Political Science 49(3): 823-836.
(2015:3) Mikael Holmgren: Endogenous Bureaucracy (PDF)
(2015:2) Aksel Sundström: Violence and the costs of honesty. Rethinking bureaucrats’ choice to take bribes (PDF)
(2015:1) Stefan Dahlberg & Jonas Linde: The winner-loser gap in satisfaction with democracy over time. Evidence from a Swedish citizen panel (PDF)

2014

2014

(2014:23) Monika Bauhr & Nicholas Charron: Building Quality of Government. International organizations and educational performance in Africa (PDF)
(2014:22) Monika Bauhr: Turning a Blind Eye? The Impact of Corruption on Aid Fatigue (PDF)
(2014:21) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Correlates of Quality of Government (PDF)
(2014:20) Nicholas Charron & Bo Rothstein: Social Trust, Quality of Government and Ethnic Diversity: An Empirical Analysis of 206 Regions in Europe (PDF)
(2014:19) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Correlates of the Economist's Index of Democracy (PDF)
(2014:18) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Correlates of The Level of Democracy (PDF)
(2014:17) Bo Rothstein & Sören Holmberg: Correlates of Corruption (PDF)
(2014:16) Anders Sundell: Nepotism and Meritocracy (PDF)
(2014:15) Andreas Bågenholm and Nicholas Charron: Voter Ideology, Party Systems and Corruption Voting in European Democracies (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Bågenholm A., Charron N. (2016), Ideology, party systems and corruption voting in European democracies, Electoral Studies, Volume 41, Pages 35-49. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2015.11.022.
(2014:14) Mattias Agerberg: Perspectives on Gender and Corruption. Gender differences in regard to corruption in Europe from an individual and institutional perspective (PDF)
(2014:13) Sören Holmberg and Bo Rothstein: Correlates of the Good Society (PDF)
(2014:12) Sofia Arkhede Olsson: Corruption and Political Participation. A multilevel analysis (PDF)
(2014:11) Aksel Sundström: Not to be used during fire: Performance-related pay for civil servants as an anticorruption tool (PDF)
(2014:10) Aksel Sundström: Covenants with broken swords: Corruption and law enforcement in governance of the commons (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Sundström Aksel, (2015), Covenants with broken swords: Corruption and law enforcement in governance of the commons, Global Environmental Change, Volume 31, Pages 253-262. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2015.02.002.
(2014:09) Marcus Tannenberg: On the Road to Better Governance The “Middle Class Particularism” and Quality of Government (PDF)
(2014:08) Marina Nistotskaya and Luciana V. Cingolani: Bureaucratic Structure, Regulatory Quality and Entrepreneurship in a Comparative Perspective. Cross-Sectional and Panel Data Evidence (PDF)
(2014:07) Bo Rothstein: Human well-being and the lost relevance of political science (PDF)
(2014:06) Mette Frisk Jensen: Getting back to Denmark- The process of state building, establishing rule of law and fighting corruption in Denmark 1660-1900 (PDF)
(2014:05) Aiysha Varraich: Corruption: An Umbrella concept (PDF)
(2014:04) Agnes Cornell and Marcia Grimes: Disruptive protest and bureaucratic structures in Latin America and the Caribbean (PDF)
(2014:03) Stefan Dahlberg and Sören Holmberg: The Importance of Institutional Trust for Regime Support. (PDF)
(2014:02) Peter Esaiasson & Jordi Muñoz: Roba Perod Hace? An experimental test of the competence-corruption tradeoff hypothesis in Spain and Sweden. (PDF)
(2014:01) Peter Esaiasson & Mattias Ottervik: Does Compliance Correlate with Political Support? (PDF)

2013

2013

(2013:20) Mattias Ottervik: Conceptualizing and Measuring State Capacity: Testing the Validity of Tax Compliance as Measure of State Capacity (PDF)
(2013:19) Sverker C. Jagers, Marina Povitkina, Martin Sjöstedt, and Aksel Sundström: Paradise Islands? Island States and the Provision of Environmental Goods (PDF)
(2013:18) Aksel Sundström: Women’s local political representation within 30 European countries: A comparative dataset on regional figures (PDF)
(2013:17) Mathias A. Färdigh: Free, Accessible Media and Quality of Government. (PDF)
(2013:16) Gissur Ó Erlingsson, Jonas Linde & Richard Öhrvall: Crash in economy, crash in confidence. Perceptions of corruption and political support in Iceland before and after the financial crisis. (PDF)
(2013:15) Stefan Dahlberg, Carl Dahlström, Petrus Sundin & Jan Teorell: The Quality of Government Expert Survey 2008-2011: A Report. (PDF)
(2013:14) Carl Dahlström and Anders Sundell: Impartiality and Corruption in Sweden. (PDF)
(2013:13) Maria Gustavsson: Democratic Origins of Auditing. “Good Auditing” in Democratic Perspectives. (PDF)
(2013:12) Bo Rothstein: The Three Worlds of Governance: Arguments for a Parsimonious Theory of Quality of Government. (PDF)
(2013:11) Nicholas Charron: From Åland to Ankara: European Quality of Government Index: 2013 Data, Sensitivity Analysis and Final results. (PDF)
(2013:10) Aksel Sundström & Aaron M. McCRight: Examining Gender Differences in Environmental Concern across Four Levels of the Swedish Polity. (PDF)
(2013:9) Aksel Sundström & Lena Wängnerud: Women's Political Representation in the European Regions: The impact from Corruption and Bad Governance. (PDF)
(2013:8) Stefan Dahlberg, Jonas Linde, Sören Holmberg: Dissatisfied democrats: A matter of representation or performance? (PDF)
(2013:7) Pontus Strimling, Staffan I. Lindberg, Micael Ehn, Kimmo Eriksson & Bo Rothstein: Can Efficient Institutions Induce Cooperation Among Low Trust Agents? An Experimental Approach? (PDF)
(2013:6) Aksel Sundström & Daniel Stockemer: Quality of government affect voter turnout in the European regions. (PDF)
(2013:5) Bo Rothstein & Davide Torsello: Is corruption understood differently in different cultures? Anthropology meets Political Science. (PDF)
(2013:4) Michelle D´Arcy & Marina Nistotskaya: Credible Enforcement before Credible Commitment. Exploring the Importance of Sequencing. (PDF)
(2013:3) Birgitta Niklasson: Does NPM Increase the Politicization of the Civil Service? (PDF)
(2013:2) Maryna Povitkina, Sverker C. Jagers, Martin Sjöstedt and Aksel Sundström: Democracy and economic development. Investigating the effects on the marine environment. (PDF)
(2013:1) Nicki Khorram-Manesh: Democratic consolidation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Can the variation be attributed to the level of corruption at early stages of democratization? (PDF)

2012

2012

(2012:19) Gissur Ó Erlingsson, Jonas Linde & Richard Öhrvall: Perceptions of procedural fairness and satisfaction with democracy in the Nordic welfare states (PDF)
(2012:18) Jan Teorell & Bo Rothstein: Getting to Sweden: Malfeasance and Bureaucratic Reforms, 1720-1850 (PDF)
(2012:17) Bo Rothstein: Understanding the Quality of Government in China: The Cadre Administration Hypothesis (PDF)
(2012:16) Monika Bauhr & Marcia Grimes: What is Government Transparency? - New Measures and Relevance for Quality of Government (PDF)
(2012:15) Georgios Xezonakis: Corruption Voting and Political Context: Testing the Micro Mechanisms (PDF)
(2012:14) Georgios Xezonakis: Party System Polarisation and Quality of Government: On the Political Correlates of QoG (PDF)
(2012:13) Mathias A. Färdigh: Free Media and Quality of Government: The role of media in promoting quality of government institutions in the European Union. (PDF)
(2012:12) Nicholas Charron, Victor Lapuente & Marina Nistotskaya: The Wealth of Regions: Government Quality and Entrepreneurship in Europe (PDF)
(2012:11) Marcia Grimes & Lena Wängnerud: Good Government in Mexico: The Relevance of the Gender Perspective (PDF)
(2012:10) Maria Gustavson: Professional norms in African contexts: The forgotten dimension in development theory (PDF)
(2012:9) Björn Halleröd, Bo Rothstein, Adel Daoud & Shailen Nandy: Poor Government and Poor Children: An analysis of government efficiency and sever child deprivation in 70 low- and middle-income countries. (PDF)
(2012:8) Stefan Dahlberg & Sören Holmberg: Understanding satisfaction with the way democracy works: Democracy versus bureaucracy (PDF)
(2012:7) Anders Sundell: What is the best way to recruit public servants? (PDF)
(2012:6) Aksel Sundström: Corruption in the Commons: Why Bribery Hampers Enforcement of Environmental Regulations in South African Fisheries (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Sundström, A. (2013). Corruption in the commons: why bribery hampers enforcement of environmental regulations in South African fisheries. International Journal of the Commons, 7(2), 454–472. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijc.370
(2012:5) Eric M. Uslaner & Bo Rothstein: Mass Education, State Building and Equality - Searching for the Roots of Corruption (PDF)
(2012:4) Michelle D'Arcy: Taxation, Democracy and State-Building: how does sequencing matter? (PDF)
(2012:3) Andrej Kokkonen & Anders Sundell: Delivering stability – Primogeniture and autocratic survival in European monarchies 1000-1800 (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Kokkonen, A., & Sundell, A. (2014). Delivering Stability—Primogeniture and Autocratic Survival in European Monarchies 1000–1800. American Political Science Review, 108(2), 438-453. doi:10.1017/S000305541400015X
(2012:2) Anders Sundell: Legalize it: An argument for formalizing petty corruption when state capacity is low (PDF)
(2012:1) Michelle D'Arcy: Food Security and Elite-Ruler Relations in Sub-Saharan Africa: Exploring the impact of democracy on public goods provision (PDF)

2011

2011

(2011:22) Andreas Bågenholm: Do anti-corruption parties matter? - The Electoral Fate and Policy Impact of the Third Wave of Niche Parties in Central and Eastern Europe (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Bågenholm, A. The electoral fate and policy impact of “anti-corruption parties” in Central and Eastern Europe. Humaff 23, 174–195 (2013). https://doi-org.ezproxy.ub.gu.se/10.2478/s13374-013-0118-4
(2011:21) Nina Weitz: Decentralization: An Antidote to Corruption in Water Services? (PDF)
(2011:20) Carl Dahlström: Bureaucracy and the Different Cures for Grand and Petty Corruption (PDF)
(2011:19) Carl Dahlström & Birgitta Niklasson: The Political Background of Agency Heads in Sweden - Trends and Explanations, 1960-2010 (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl and Birgitta Niklasson (2013). “The Politics of Politicization in Sweden”. Public Administration 91(4): 891–907.
(2011:18) Monika Bauhr & Naghmeh Nasiritousi: Why Pay Bribes? Collective Action and Anticorruption Efforts (PDF)
(2011:17) Monika Bauhr & Naghmeh Nasiritousi: Does Corruption Cause Aid Fatigue? Public Opinion, Sustainable Development, and the Paradox of Aid (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as. Bauhr, M., Charron, N., & Nasiritousi, N. (2013). Does Corruption Cause Aid Fatigue? Public Opinion and the Aid-Corruption Paradox. International Studies Quarterly, 57(3), 568–579. http://www.jstor.org/stable/24017925
(2011:16) Rasmus Broms: Taxation and Government Quality: The Size, the Shape, or just Europe 300 Years Ago? (PDF)
(2011:15) Staffan I. Lindberg: MPs, Clientelism, and Collective Goods (PDF)
(2011:14) Carl Dahlström & Victor Lapuente: Myths of Corruption Prevention. What is (not) good with a Weberian Bureaucracy? (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl and Victor Lapuente (2012). “Weberian bureaucracy and corruption prevention”. In Holmberg, Sören and Bo Rothstein (eds.). Good Government. The Relevance of Political Science. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
(2011:13) Mathias A. Färdigh, Emma Andersson & Henrik Oscarsson: Re-examining the relationship between press freedom and corruption (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Mathias A. Färdigh, Emma Andersson, and Henrik Oscarsson. "Press Freedom and Corruption." Good Government. Edward Elgar, 2012. 130-49. Web.
(2011:12) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Correlates of Corruption (PDF)
(2011:11) Monika Bauhr & Henrik Oscarsson: Public Perceptions of Corruption: The Prevalence and Moral Rejection of Corruption in Sweden (PDF)
(2011:10) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Correlates of Democracy (PDF)
(2011:9) Aksel Sundström: Towards an understanding of gendered networks and corruption: The distinction between processes during recruitment ans representation (PDF)
(2011:8) Jenny de Fine Licht, Daniel Naurin, Peter Esaiasson & Mikael Gilljam: Does transparency generate legitimacy? An experimental study of procedure acceptance of open- and closed-door decision-making (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: De Fine Licht, J., Naurin, D., Esaiasson, P. and Gilljam, M. (2014), When Does Transparency Generate Legitimacy?. Governance, 27: 111-134. https://doi-org.ezproxy.ub.gu.se/10.1111/gove.12021
(2011:7) Bo Rothstein: Creating a Sustainable Solidaristic Society: A Manual (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Rothstein, Bo. "Solidarity, diversity and the quality of government." The strains of commitment: The political sources of solidarity in diverse societies 1 (2017).
( 2011:6) Carl Dahlström, Victor Lapuente & Jan Teorell: Dimensions of bureaucracy II: A cross-national dataset on the structure and behaviour of public administration (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl, Victor Lapuente and Jan Teorell (2012). “Public administrations around the world”. In Holmberg, Sören and Bo Rothstein (eds.). Good Government. The Relevance of Political Science. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
(2011:5) Carl Dahlström & Anders Sundell: Losing gamble. Mainstream parties' failed strategy to counter anti-immigrant parties (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl and Anders Sundell (2012). “A Losing Gamble. How Mainstream Parties Facilitate Anti-Immigrant Party Success”. Electoral Studies 31(2): 353-363.
(2011:4) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Quality of Government and Access to Safe Water (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Good Government : The Relevance of Political Science, edited by Soren Holmberg, and Bo Rothstein, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2012. ProQuest Ebook Central, https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/gu/detail.action?docID=981468.
(2011:3) Jonas Linde & Gissur Ó Erlingsson: The Effect of Public Perceptions of Corruption on System Support: The Case of Sweden (PDF)
(2011:2) Davide Torsello: The ethnography of corruption: research themes in political anthropology (PDF)
(2011:1) Nicholas Charron & Victor Lapuente: Why Do Some Regions in Europe Have Higher Quality of Government? (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Charron N & Lapuente V (2013): Why Do Some Regions in Europe Have Higher Quality of Government?, The Journal of Politics, Volume 75, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022381613000510

2010

2010

(2010:26) Staffan Kumlin: Claiming Blame and Giving Credit: Unintended Effects of How Government and Opposition Frame the Europeanization of Welfare (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Kumlin S. Claiming blame and giving credit? Unintended effects of how government and opposition frame the Europeanization of welfare. European Union Politics. 2011;12(4):575-595. doi:10.1177/1465116511417296
(2010:25) Anders Sundell: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: less stimulating in corrupt states (PDF)
(2010:24) Bo Rothstein & Rasmus Broms: Why No Democracy in the Arab-Muslim World? The Importance of Temple Financing and Tax Farming (PDF)
(2010:23) Nicholas Charron: Party System, Electoral Systems and Constraints on Corruption (PDF)
(2010:22) Nicholas Charron, Lewis Dijkstra & Victor Lapuente: Mapping Quality of Government in the European Union: A Study of National and Sub-National Variation (PDF)
(2010:21) Keith R. Weghorst & Staffan I. Lindberg: Effective Opposition Strategies: A Foundation for Improved Quality of Government (PDF)
(2010:20) Nils Råby & Jan Teorell: A Quality of Government Peace? Bringing the State Back Into the Study of Inter-State Armed Conflict (PDF)
(2010:19) Anna Persson, Bo Rothstein & Jan Teorell: The failure of Anti-Corruption Policies. A Theoretical Mischaracterization of the Problem (PDF)
(2010:18) Lena Wängnerud: Variation in Corruption between Mexican States. Elaborating the Gender Perspective (PDF)
(2010:17) Staffan I. Lindberg & Keith R. Weghorst: Are Swing Voters Instruments of Democracy or Farmers of Clientelism? Evidence from Ghana (PDF)
(2010:16) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Quality of Government and Quality of Water (PDF)
(2010:15) Monika Bauhr, Marcia Grimes & Niklas Harring: Seeing the State: The Implications of Transparency for Societal Accountability (PDF)
(2010:14) Monika Bauhr & Naghmeh Nasiritousi: Transparency and Its Discontents. How IO Transparency Influences Domestic Resistance to Government Reforms (PDF)
(2010:13) Carl Dahlström, Victor Lapuente & Jan Teorell: Dimensions of Bureaucracy. A Cross-National Dataset on the Structure and Behavior of Public Administration (PDF)
(2010:12) Nicholas Charron, Carl Dahlström & Victor Lapuente: No Law without a State (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Charron, Nicholas, Carl Dahlström and Victor Lapuente (2012). “No Law without a State”. Journal of Comparative Economics, 40(2012): 176-192.
(2010:11) Nicholas Charron & Victor Lapuente: Which Dictators Produce Quality of Government? (PDF)
(2010:10) Victor Lapuente & Bo Rothstein: Civil War Spain versus Swedish Harmony: The Quality of Government Factor (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Lapuente V, Rothstein B. Civil War Spain Versus Swedish Harmony: The Quality of Government Factor. Comparative Political Studies. 2014;47(10):1416-1441. doi:10.1177/0010414013512598
(2010:9) Bo Rothstein: Corruption, Happiness, Social Trust and the Welfare State: A Causal Mechanisms Approach (PDF)
(2010:8) Monika Bauhr, Naghmeh Nasiritousi, Henrik Oscarsson & Anna Persson: Perceptions of Corruption in Sweden (PDF)
(2010:7) Anna Persson & Martin Sjöstedt: A Deadly Mismatch? The Problem of HIV/AIDS in Research and Policy (PDF)
(2010:6) Bo Rothstein, Marcus Samanni & Jan Teorell: Quality of Government, Political Power and the Welfare State (PDF)
(2010:5) Staffan Kumlin: Informed Electoral Accountability and the Welfare State: A Conceptual Reorientation with Experimental and Real-World Findings (PDF)
(2010:4) Staffan Kumlin: Dissatisfied Democrats, Policy Feedback, and European Welfare States, 1976-2001 (PDF)
(2010:3) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Quality of Government is Needed to Reduce Poverty and Economic Inequality (PDF)
(2010:2) Mathias A. Färdigh: Comparing Media Systems in Europe: Identifying Comparable Country-level Dimensions of Media Systems (PDF)
(2010:1) Marcus Samanni & Sören Holmberg: Quality of Government Makes People Happy (PDF)

2009

2009

(2009:31) Monika Bauhr & Naghmeh Nasiritousi: Towards Better Governments? A Theoretical Framework for the Influence of International Organizations (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Monika Bauhr, Naghmeh Nasiritousi, How Do International Organizations Promote Quality of Government? Contestation, Integration, and the Limits of IO Power, International Studies Review, Volume 14, Issue 4, December 2012, Pages 541–566, https://doi.org/10.1111/misr.12009
(2009:30) Carl Dahlström & Peter Esaiasson: The Immigrant Issue and Anti-Immigrant Party Success - Is Sweden the Odd Case Out? (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl and Peter Esaiasson (2013). “The Immigrant Issue and Anti-Immigrant Party Success in Sweden 1970-2006. A Deviant Case Analysis”. Party Politics 19(2): 343-364.
(2009:29) Nicholas Charron: Exploring the Impact of Foreign Aid on Corruption: Has the 'Anti-Corruption' Movement been Effective? (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Charron, N. (2011). Exploring the impact of foreign aid on corruption: Has the “anti‐corruption movement” been effective?. The Developing Economies, 49(1), 66-88.
(2009:28) Lena Wängnerud & Marcus Samanni: Driving Forces Behind Gender Equality - A Cross-Country Comparison (PDF)
(2009:27) Ulrika Möller & Isabell Shierenbeck: Hidden Treasure or Sinking Ship? Diagnosing the Study of Political Leadership (PDF)
(2009:26) Carl Dahlström, Johannes Lindvall & Bo Rothstein: Social Protection Strategies in Efficient and Inefficient States (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl, Johannes Lindvall, and Bo Rothstein (2013). “Corruption, Bureaucratic Failure, and Social Policy Priorities”. Political Studies, 61(3): 523-242.
(2009:25) Jan Teorell: The Impact of Quality of Government as Impartiality: Theory and Evidence (PDF)
(2009:24) Sören Holmberg: Perceptions of Corruption in Mass Publics (PDF)
(2009:23) Mette Anthonsen, Åsa Löfgren & Klas Nilsson: Rent Dependency: Bad for Quality of Government (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Anthonsen, M., Löfgren, Å., Nilsson, K., & Westerlund, J. (2012). Effects of rent dependency on quality of government. Economics of Governance, 13(2), 145-168.
(2009:22) Maria Gustavson: Translation, social worlds and boundary objects (PDF)
(2009:21) Carl Dahlström, Victor Lapuente & Jan Teorell: Bureaucracy, Politics and Corruption (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl, Victor Lapuente and Jan Teorell (2012) “The Merit of Meritocratization: Politics, Bureaucracy, and the Institutional Deterrents of Corruption”. Political Research Quarterly, 65(3): 658-670.
(2009:20) Jonas Linde: Why Feed the Hand that Bites You? Quality of Government and System Support in the Post-Communist EU Member States (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Linde, J. (2012). Why feed the hand that bites you? Perceptions of procedural fairness and system support in post‐communist democracies. European journal of political research, 51(3), 410-434.
(2009:19) Staffan Kumlin & Peter Esaiasson: Scandal Fatigue: Scandal Elections and Satisfaction with Democracy in Western Europe 1977-2007 (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Kumlin, S., & Esaiasson, P. (2012). Scandal Fatigue? Scandal Elections and Satisfaction with Democracy in Western Europe, 1977–2007. British Journal of Political Science, 42(2), 263-282. doi:10.1017/S000712341100024X
(2009:18) Carl Dahlström: Political Appointments in 18 Democracies, 1975-2007 (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Charron, N. and Lapuente, V. (2010), Does democracy produce quality of government?. European Journal of Political Research, 49: 443-470. https://doi-org.ezproxy.ub.gu.se/10.1111/j.1475-6765.2009.01906.x
(2009:17) Helena Olofsdotter Stensöta: Political Administration - Cultures of fragmentation behind goal-failure (PDF)
(2009:16) Sören Holmberg & Bo Rothstein: Corruption kills (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Holmberg, S., & Rothstein, B. (2011). Dying of corruption. Health Economics, Policy and Law, 6(4), 529-547. doi:10.1017/S174413311000023X
(2009:15) Monika Bauhr: Corruption in the Carbon Market? International Organisations, Transparency and the Clash of Values (PDF)
(2009:14) Lena Wängnerud: Delibiration or Jurisdiction? Testing the effectiveness of different routes towards gender equality (PDF)
(2009:13) Martin Sjöstedt: Unbundling secure property rights (PDF)
(2009:12) Staffan Kumlin: Blaming Europe? Exploring the Variable Impact of National Public Service Dissatisfaction on EU Trust (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Kumlin, S. (2009). Blaming Europe? Exploring the variable impact of national public service dissatisfaction on EU trust. Journal of European Social Policy, 19(5), 408–420. https://doi.org/10.1177/0958928709344248
(2009:11) Nicholas Charron: The Correlates of Corruption in India: Analysis and Evidence from the States (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Nicholas Charron (2010) The Correlates of Corruption in India: Analysis and Evidence from the States, Asian Journal of Political Science, 18:2, 177-194, DOI: 10.1080/02185377.2010.492986
(2009:10) Andreas Bågenholm: Politicizing Corruption – The Electoral Impact of Anti-corruption Discourse in Europe 1983-2007 (PDF)
(2009:9) Jan Teorell & Catharina Lindstedt: Electoral Systems: Assessing the Cross-Sectional Time-Series Data Sources (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Teorell, J., & Lindstedt, C. (2010). Measuring Electoral Systems. Political Research Quarterly, 63(2), 434–448. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20721502
(2009:8) Marcia Grimes & Lena Wängnerud: Curbing Corruption Through Social Welfare Reform? The effects of Mexico´s conditional cash transfer program on good government (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Grimes, M., & Wängnerud, L. (2010). Curbing Corruption Through Social Welfare Reform? The Effects of Mexico’s Conditional Cash Transfer Program on Good Government. The American Review of Public Administration, 40(6), 671–690. https://doi.org/10.1177/0275074009359025
(2009:7) Jonas Linde: Into the gray zone - The recent trend of "hybridization" of political regimes (PDF)
(2009:6) Jon Pierre: We are All Customers Now: Understanding the Influence of Economic Theory on Public Administration (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Pierre, J. (2011). Stealth Economy? Economic Theory and the Politics of Administrative Reform. Administration & Society, 43(6), 672–692. https://doi.org/10.1177/0095399711412928
(2009:5) Jon Pierre: Why Legality Matters: The Limits of Markets and Governance Reform in the Public Sector (PDF)
(2009:4) Jon Pierre: New Governance, New Democracy? (PDF)
(2009:3) Daniel Naurin & Robert Thomson: A Network Model of Decision Making Applied to the European Union (PDF)
(2009:2) Bo Rothstein: Preventing Markets from Self-Destruction: The Quality of Government Factor (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Bo Rothstein, "Preventing markets from self-destruction". In Christina Garsten and Adrienne SörbomPower (eds.). Policy and Profit Corporate Engagement in Politics and Governance. 2017. Elgar online: https://doi.org/10.4337/9781784711214
(2009:1) Nicholas Charron & Victor Lapuente: Does Democracy Produce Quality of Government? (PDF)

2008

2008

(2008:25) Carl Dahlström & Victor Lapuente: Do You Believe Me? Public Sector Incentive Systems in Japan, Korea, Spain, and Sweden (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl and Victor Lapuente (2011). “Has NPM a Trust Problem? Public Sector Incentive Systems in Japan, Korea, Spain, and Sweden.” In Eymeri-Douzans, Jean-Michel & Jon Pierre (eds.). Administrative Reforms and Democratic Governance. London: Routledge.
(2008:24) Matthias Ederer, José Fernándoz-Albertos & Victor Lapuente: Parties, Congress, and the Stock Market (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Rothstein, B. (2009). Creating Political Legitimacy: Electoral Democracy Versus Quality of Government. American Behavioral Scientist, 53(3), 311–330. https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764209338795
(2008:23) Victor Lapuente: Why Bureaucracy? Political Power and the Emergence of Autonomous Bureaucracies (PDF)
(2008:22) Marcia Grimes: The conditions of successful civil society involvement in combating corruption: A survey of case study evidence (PDF)
(2008:21) Sören Holmberg, Bo Rothstein & Naghmeh Nasiritousi: Quality of Government: What You Get (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published in: Quality of Government: What You Get, Sören Holmberg, Bo Rothstein, Naghmeh Nasiritousi, Annual Review of Political Science 2009 12:1, 135-161
(2008:20) Marie Demker: A New Era of Party Politics in a Globalised World. The Concept of Virtue Parties (PDF)
(2008:19) Erik Johansson: The Partnership Paradox? Budget Support Effects on Anti-corruption Organizations in Uganda (PDF)
(2008:18) Staffan Kumlin & Bo Rothstein: Minorities and Mistrust: The Cushioning Impact of Social Contacts and Institutional Fairness (PDF)
(2008:17) Jan Teorell & Axel Hadenius: Elections as Levers of Democracy: A Global Inquiry (PDF)
(2008:16) Bo Rothstein: Is the Universal Welfare State a Cause or an Effect of Social Capital? (PDF)
(2008:15) Anna Persson: The Sources of Variation in Empirical Statehood (PDF)
(2008:14) Mikael Persson & Henrik Oscarsson: The Effects of an Education Reform on Democratic Citizenship (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Persson, M. and Oscarsson, H. (2010), Did the Egalitarian Reforms of the Swedish Educational System Equalise Levels of Democratic Citizenship?. Scandinavian Political Studies, 33: 135-163. https://doi-org.ezproxy.ub.gu.se/10.1111/j.1467-9477.2009.00244.x
(2008:13) Sören Holmberg: Effects of Trust in Parliament (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Holmberg, S, Lindberg, S, Svensson, R. Trust in parliament. J Public Affairs. 2017; 17:e1647. https://doi-org.ezproxy.ub.gu.se/10.1002/pa.1647
(2008:12) Henrik Oscarsson: Media and Quality of Government: A research overview (PDF)
(2008:11) Klas Nilsson: Bad Wealth - Retesting the Relationship between Natural Resource Abundance and Democracy (PDF)
(2008:10) Anna Persson & Martin Sjöstedt: Government Structures and Behavior Change in the Politics of HIV/AIDS (PDF)
(2008:9) Bo Rothstein: Political Legitimacy and the Welfare State: Five Basic Models (PDF)
(2008:8) Marcia Grimes: Contestation or Complicity: Civil Society as Antidote or Accessory to Political Corruption (PDF)
(2008:7) Carl Dahlström & Victor Lapuente: New Public Management as a Trust Problem Explaining Cross-country Differences in the Adoption of Performance-related Pay in the Public Sector (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Dahlström, Carl and Victor Lapuente (2010). “Explaining Cross-Country Differences in Performance-Related Pay in the Public Sector”. In Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20(3): 577-600.
(2008:6) Daniel Berlin, Ulrika Möller & Sverker C. Jagers: Navigating Towards Effective Fishery Management: Exploring the Impact of Imbalanced Burdens on Regime Legitimacy (PDF)
(2008:5) Lena Wängnerud: Quality of Government and Women´s Representation - Mapping out the Theoretical Terrain (PDF)
(2008:4) Nicholas Charron: The Impact of Socio-Political Integration and Press Freedom on Corruption in Developing Countries (PDF)
A modified version of this paper was published as: Nicholas Charron (2009) The Impact of Socio-Political Integration and Press Freedom on Corruption, The Journal of Development Studies, 45:9, 1472-1493, DOI: 10.1080/00220380902890243
(2008:3) Carl Dahlström: Effects of Politicization on Welfare State Policies: Comparing Policy Impacts of Politically Appointed Officials in 18 Mature Democracies (PDF)
(2008:2) Bo Rothstein: Creating Political Legitimacy: Electoral Democracy versus Quality of Government (PDF)
(2008:1) Veronica Gherghe: Formal and Informal Institutions in Groundwater Governance in Rajasthan - A Case Study of Chota Nayrana and Tilonia Village (PDF)

2007

2006

2005

OTHER WORKING PAPERS

2021

Nistotskaya, Marina and Michelle D’Arcy.  2021. No Taxation without Property Right: Formalization of property rights on land and tax revenues from individuals in sub-Saharan Africa. WIDER Working paper 175. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER.