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  Women's Political Representation in East-European Post-Communist and Post-Soviet Countries: Macro- and Micro-Level Analysis of the Factors of Election to the National and Regional Legislatures

Gushchina, K. (2020). Women's Political Representation in East-European Post-Communist and Post-Soviet Countries: Macro- and Micro-Level Analysis of the Factors of Election to the National and Regional Legislatures. PhD Thesis, Universität zu Köln, Köln.

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Gushchina, Kristina1, 2, Author              
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1International Max Planck Research School on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy, MPI for the Study of Societies, Max Planck Society, ou_1214550              
2Universität Köln, Germany, ou_persistent22              

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Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2020-07-142020
 Publication Status: Published in print
 Pages: x, 177
 Publishing info: Köln : Universität zu Köln
 Table of Contents: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Women in politics: State of the art
1.1.1 Concept of representation
1.1.2 Women’s under-representation in the world and the variations between the regions
1.1.3 “Traditional” factors of women’s legislative representation and gaps in the literature: “demand-side” and structural factors
1.1.4 “Traditional” factors of women’s legislative representation and gaps in the literature: “supply-side” factors
1.1.5 Women in politics in post-communist countries
1.2 Overview of included studies
1.2.1 Chapter 2
1.2.2 Chapter 3
1.2.3 Chapter 4
1.3 Relevance and broader implications
1.4 Publication status of the articles
DEMOCRACY, REGIME CORRUPTION, AND WOMEN’S LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION IN POST-COMMUNIST EUROPE
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Women’s Legislative Representation and Democracy
2.3 Women’s Legislative Representation and Corruption
2.4 Women’s Legislative Representation in Post-Communist Countries
2.5 Data and Method
2.6 Results
2.6.1 Democracy, regime corruption, and women’s legislative representation
2.6.2 Elections’ attributes and women’s legislative representation
2.7 Discussion
MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE AND WOMEN’S LEGISALTIVE REPRESENTATION
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Multilevel Governance and Women’s Political Representation
3.3 Data
3.4 Method and Analysis
3.5 Discussion
PATHWAYS TO POWER: WOMEN AND MEN IN POST-COMMUNIST PARLIAMENTS
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Female and Male Parliamentarians: Similar or Different?
4.3 Data and Methods
4.4 Analysis
4.4.1 Personal characteristics of parliamentarians
4.4.2 Professional characteristics of parliamentarians
4.5 Discussion
SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL
SM1 Democracy, Regime Corruption, and Women’s Legislative Representation in PostCommunist Europe
SM1.1 Summary statistics
SM2 Multilevel Governance and Women’s Legislative Representation
SM2.1 Summary statistics
SM2.2 Effect of RAI on the dependent variables
SM2.3 Empirical results – robustness checks
SM3 Pathways to Power: Women and Men in Post-Communist Parliaments
SM3.1 Summary statistics
SM3.2 Additional results
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 Degree: PhD

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