Representation, Voting Behavior, and Elections

Working Papers

Boas, Taylor, and Amy Erica Smith. Looks Like Me, Thinks Like Me? Descriptive Representation and Opinion Congruence in Brazil.

Publications

Al Subhi, Ahlam Khalfan, and Amy Erica Smith. Forthcoming. Electing Women to New Arab Assemblies: The Roles of Gender Ideology, Islam, and Tribalism in Oman. International Political Science Review.

Layton, Matthew L., and Amy Erica Smith. 2017. Is It Race, Class, or Gender? The Sources of Perceived Discrimination in Brazil. Latin American Politics and Society. 

Cohen, Mollie, and Amy Erica Smith. 2016. Do Authoritarians Vote for Authoritarians? Evidence from Latin America. Research and Politics.

Smith, Amy Erica, Katherine Warming, and Valerie M. Hennings. 2016. Refusing to Know a Woman’s Place: The Causes and Consequences of Rejecting Stereotypes of Women Politicians in Latin America. Politics, Groups, and Identities.

Layton, Matthew L. and Amy Erica Smith. 2015. Incorporating Marginal Citizens and Voters: The Conditional Electoral Effects of Targeted Social Assistance in Latin America. Comparative Political Studies 48(7): 854-8¹.

Lucio Rennó, Amy Erica Smith, Matthew L. Layton, & Frederico Batista Pereira. 2011. Legitimidade e Qualidade da Democracia no Brasil: Uma Visão da Cidadania. São Paulo: Editora Intermeios.

Barry Ames and Amy Erica Smith. 2010. Knowing Left from Right: Ideological Thinking in the 2002 and 2006 Brazilian Presidential Elections. Journal of Politics in Latin America 2(3): 3-38.

Smith, Amy Erica. 2009. Legitimate Grievances: Preferences for Democracy, System Support, and Political Participation in Bolivia. Latin American Research Review 44(3): 102-126.