Ragnhild Muriaas
Ragnhild Muriaas
Professor, Department of Government, University of Bergen, Norway
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Executive dominance and the politics of quota representation in Uganda
RL Muriaas, V Wang
The Journal of Modern African Studies 50 (2), 309-338, 2012
Exploring the relationship between democratization and quota policies in Africa
RL Muriaas, L Tønnessen, V Wang
Women's Studies International Forum 41, 89-93, 2013
Alternatives to gender quotas: Electoral financing of women candidates in Malawi
HM Kayuni, RL Muriaas
Representation 50 (3), 393-404, 2014
Power calculations and political decentralisation in African post-conflict states
L Aalen, RL Muriaas
International Political Science Review 38 (1), 56-69, 2017
Gendered electoral financing: Money, power and representation in comparative perspective
RL Muriaas, V Wang, R Murray
Routledge, 2019
(How) do voters discriminate against women candidates? Experimental and qualitative evidence from Malawi
A Clayton, AL Robinson, MC Johnson, R Muriaas
Comparative Political Studies 53 (3-4), 601-630, 2020
Why the gender of traditional authorities matters: Intersectionality and women’s rights advocacy in Malawi
RL Muriaas, V Wang, L Benstead, B Dulani, L Rakner
Comparative Political Studies 52 (12), 1881-1924, 2019
Candidate selection and informal soft quotas for women: gender imbalance in political recruitment in Zambia
V Wang, RL Muriaas
Politics, Groups, and Identities, 2019
Manipulating political decentralisation: Africa's inclusive autocrats
L Aalen, RL Muriaas
Routledge, 2017
Food security as a political issue: the 2009 elections in Malawi
AM Mpesi, RL Muriaas
Journal of contemporary African studies 30 (3), 377-393, 2012
Local perspectives on the ‘neutrality’of traditional authorities in Malawi, South Africa and Uganda
RL Muriaas
Commonwealth & Comparative Politics 47 (1), 28-51, 2009
Traditional Institutions and Decentralisation: A Typology of Co‐Existence in Sub‐Saharan Africa
RL Muriaas
Forum for Development Studies 38 (1), 87-107, 2011
Political capital of ruling parties after regime change: contrasting successful insurgencies to peaceful pro-democracy movements
RL Muriaas, L Rakner, IA Skage
Civil wars 18 (2), 175-191, 2016
Reintroducing a local-level multiparty system in Uganda: Why be in opposition?
RL Muriaas
Government and Opposition 44 (1), 91-112, 2009
The ANC and power concentration in South Africa: Does local democracy allow for power-sharing?
RL Muriaas
Political Opposition and Democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa, 12-31, 2016
Payments and penalties for democracy: Gendered electoral financing in action worldwide
R Muriaas, AG Mazur, S Hoard
American Political Science Review 116 (2), 502-515, 2022
Editorial introduction: Gender and political financing
R Murray, R Muriaas, V Wang
International Political Science Review 44 (1), 3-12, 2023
Gendered citizenship: The politics of representation
H Danielsen, K Jegerstedt, RL Muriaas, B Ytre-Arne
Gendered citizenship and the politics of representation, 1-13, 2016
France: Parity Sanctions and Campaign Financing in France: Increased Numbers, Little Concrete Gender Transformation
C Achin, S Lévêque, A Durovic, E Lépinard, AG Mazur
Gendered electoral financing, 27-54, 2019
The reversed contagion effect: Explaining the unevenness of women's representation across South African municipalities
RL Muriaas, HM Kayuni
Women's Studies International Forum 41, 150-159, 2013
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