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Money, Power and Representation in Comparative Perspective
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"This book fills a gap. Financial incentives to empower women in politics is a new trend in tandem with or as an alternative to gender quotas. Gendered Electoral Financing tells us when and how this new strategy is successful."-Drude Dahlerup, Professor, Stockholm University
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Ragnhild L. Muriaas is Professor in Comparative Politics at the University of Bergen, Norway. Her key research interest is explaining variation in the inclusionary aspects of regimes. She has led international research projects and published extensively on topics related to representation, political decentralization, traditional authorities and gender equality in Cabo Verde, Malawi, Uganda, South Africa and Zambia. Her works appears in Comparative Political Studies, Democratization, International Political Science Review and Political Studies. Vibeke Wang is a Senior Researcher at Chr. Michelsen Institute and a coordinator of rights and gender research at the institute. Wang's research concerns questions of politics and gender with a focus on political representation and recruitment, law reform and policy outcomes in the Global South. She has extensive field research experience and has published widely, including in journals such as Comparative Political Studies, Politics & Gender, Political Studies, among others. Rainbow Murray is Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London and a visiting research fellow at CEVIPOF (Sciences Po, Paris). Her primary research interests lie in political representation, gender and politics, candidate selection, French and comparative politics, political parties, parliaments and elections. She has published widely in books and journals including the American Political Science Review, Politics & Gender, Political Research Quarterly and the European Journal of Political Research.
Foreword Gender-targeted Public Funding Magnus OEhman PART 1. PARTY DIRECTED GENDERED ELECTORAL FINANCING 1 Introduction Introducing the Concept of Gendered Electoral Financing Ragnhild L. Muriaas, Vibeke Wang, Rainbow Murray 2 France Parity Sanctions and Campaign Financing in France: Increased Numbers, Little Concrete Gender Transformation Catherine Achin, Sandrine Leveque, Anja Durovic, Eleonore Lepinard, Amy Mazur 3 Ireland Gendering candidate selection: incentivising parties through State funding Fiona Buckley, Rachel Gregory 4 Cabo Verde Legislated Candidate Quotas with Reward for Compliance in Cabo Verde: Victory for No One? Aleida C. Borges, Ragnhild L. Muriaas, Vibeke Wang PART 2: CANDIDATE DIRECTED GENDERED ELECTORAL FINANCING 5 United States For Us By Us: Women's Training Organizations in the American Political Process Matthew K. Gichohi 6 Malawi Relieving Women's Costs of Standing for Election: Malawi's 50/50 Campaigns Vibeke Wang, Happy Kayuni, Asiyati Chiweza, Samantha Soyiyo 7 Ghana 'Some Money Has to Be Going.....': Discounted Filing Fees to Bring More Women into Parliament in Ghana Gretchen Bauer, Akosua K. Darkwah 8 Conclusion Does Money Talk: An Initial Qualitative Comparative Analysis Amy Mazur, Ragnhild L. Muriaas