Research

Books
  1. William Roberts Clark & Matt Golder. Interaction Models. Under contract for the Methodological Tools in the Social Sciences Series at Cambridge University Press.
  2. William Roberts Clark, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder. 2nd Edition in preparation; 1st Edition 2018. Foundations of Comparative Politics. Washington D.C.:Sage/CQ Press.
  3. William Roberts Clark, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder.  4th Edition in preparation; 3rd Edition 2017; 2nd edition 2012; 1st edition 2009. Principles of Comparative Politics. Washington D.C.: Sage/CQ Press.
Articles
  1. Kostanca Dhima & Matt Golder. 2020. “Secularization Theory and Religion.” Politics & Religion.
    [abstract] [online appendix] [replication files] [bibtex]
  2. Charles Crabtree, Matt Golder, Thomas Gschwend & Indriði Indriðason. 2019.  “Campaign Sentiment in European Party Manifestos.”  Journal of Politics.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  3. William Roberts Clark, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder. 2017.  “An Exit, Voice, and Loyalty Model of Politics.” British Journal of Political Science 47: 719-748.
    [abstract] [bibtex]
    • Awarded the 2016 Brian Barry Prize from the British Academy.
  4. Charles Crabtree & Matt Golder. 2017.  “Party System Volatility in Post-Communist Europe.” British Journal of Political Science 47: 229-234.
    [abstract] [replication files] [responses] [bibtex]
  5. Matt Golder. 2016.  “Far Right Parties in Europe.” Annual Review of Political Science 19: 477-497.
    [abstract] [bibtex]
  6. William Roberts Clark & Matt Golder. 2015. “Big Data, Causal Inference, and Formal Theory: Contradictory Trends in Political Science?’PS: Political Science and Politics 48: 65-70.
  7. Matt Golder, Sona N. Golder & David Siegel. 2014. “Evaluating a Stochastic Model of Government Formation.” Journal of Politics 76: 880-886.
    [abstract] [bibtex]
  8. Matt Golder & Gabriella Lloyd. 2014. “Re-evaluating the Relationship between Electoral Rules and Ideological Congruence.” European Journal of Political Research 53: 200-212.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  9. Ben Gaskins, Matt Golder & David Siegel. 2013. “Religious Participation, Social Conservatism, and Human Development.”  Journal of Politics 75: 1125-1141.
    [abstract] [online appendix] [replication files] [bibtex]
  10. Ben Gaskins, Matt Golder & David Siegel. 2013. “Religious Participation and Economic Conservatism.” American Journal of Political Science 57: 823-840.
    [abstract] [online appendix] [replication files] [bibtex]
  11. Nils-Christian Bormann & Matt Golder. 2013. “Democratic Electoral Systems Around the World, 1946-2011.” Electoral Studies 32: 360-369.
    [abstract] [webpage] [bibtex]
  12. William Berry, Matt Golder & Daniel Milton. 2012. “Improving Tests of Theories Positing Interaction.” Journal of Politics 74: 653-671.
    [abstract] [online appendix] [replication files] [webpage] [bibtex]
  13. Garrett Glasgow, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder. 2012.  “New Empirical Strategies for the Study of Parliamentary Government Formation.” Political Analysis 20: 248-270.
    [abstract] [replication files] [interactive version of figure 3a] [bibtex]
  14. Matt Golder, Sona N. Golder & David Siegel. 2012. “Modeling the Institutional Foundations of Parliamentary Government Formation.” Journal of Politics 74: 427-445.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  15. Garrett Glasgow, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder. 2011. “Who “Wins”? Determining the Party of the Prime Minister.” American Journal of Political Science 55: 937-954.
    [abstract] [online appendix] [replication files] [bibtex]
  16. Matt Golder & Jacek Stramski. 2010. “Ideological Congruence and Electoral Institutions.” American Journal of Political Science 54: 90-106.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
    • Awarded the GESIS Klingemann Prize for the Best CSES Scholarship for 2010.
  17. Thomas Brambor, William Roberts Clark & Matt Golder. 2007. “Are African Party Systems Different?” Electoral Studies 26: 315-323.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  18. Matt Golder. 2006. “Presidential Coattails and Legislative Fragmentation.” American Journal of Political Science 50: 34-48.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  19. William Roberts Clark & Matt Golder.2006.  “Rehabilitating Duverger’s Theory: Testing the Mechanical and Strategic Modifying Effects of Electoral Laws.” Comparative Political Studies 39: 679-708.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  20. Thomas Brambor, William Roberts Clark & Matt Golder. “Understanding Interaction Models: Improving Empirical Analyses.” Political Analysis 14: 63-82.
    [abstract] [webpage] [slides] [bibtex]
    • Reprinted in Salvatore Babones. 2014. Fundamentals of Regression Modeling. London: Sage Publications.
    • Reprinted in Salvatore Babones. 2013. Applied Statistical Modeling. London: Sage Publications.
    • Reprinted in W. Paul Vogt. 2008. Selecting Research Methods. London: Sage Publications.
  21. William Roberts Clark, Michael Gilligan & Matt Golder. 2006. “A Simple Multivariate Test for Asymmetric Hypotheses.” Political Analysis 14: 311-331.
    [abstract] [replication files] [webpage] [bibtex]
  22. Matt Golder. 2005. “Democratic Electoral Systems Around the World, 1946-2000.” Electoral Studies 24: 103-121.
    [abstract] [webpage] [bibtex]
  23. Matt Golder. 2003. “Explaining Variation in the Electoral Success of Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe.” Comparative Political Studies 36: 432-466.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  24. Matt Golder. 2003. “Electoral Institutions, Unemployment, and Extreme Right Parties.” British Journal of Political Science 33: 525-534.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  25. William Roberts Clark, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder. 2002. “Fiscal Policy and the Democratic Process in the European Union.” European Union Politics 3: 205-230.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
Edited Symposia
  1. Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder (eds). 2018. “Fake News and the Politics of Misinformation.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 28(2): 1-89.
  2. Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder (eds). 2018. “The Comparative Politics of Policing.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 28(1): 1-92.
  3. Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder (eds). 2017. “Race and Ethnic Politics in Comparative Perspective.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 27(2): 1-112.
  4. Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder (eds). 2017. “Women/Gender and Comparative Politics.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 27(1): 1-109.
  5. Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder (eds). 2016. “Populism in Comparative Perspective.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 26(2): 1-131.
  6. Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder (eds). 2016. “Data Access and Research Transparency (DA-RT) / The Politics of Space.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 26(1): 1-108.
  7. Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder (eds). 2015. “Training the Next Generation of Comparative Politics Scholars.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 25(2): 1-49.
  8. William Roberts Clark & Matt Golder (Co-editors). 2015.  “Big Data, Causal Inference, and Formal Theory” PS: Political Science and Politics 48: 65-106.
  9. Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder (eds). 2015. “Studying Sensitive Political Phenomena.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 25(1): 1-50.
Book Chapters
  1. Matt Golder & Benjamin Ferland. 2020. “Citizen Representation and Electoral Systems.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics.
  2. Matt Golder & Benjamin Ferland. 2018. “Electoral Systems and Citizen-Elite Ideological Congruence.”  In Erik Herron, Robert Pekkanen, & Matthew Shugart (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems. New York: Oxford University Press.
  3. Matt Golder & Jacek Stramski. 2009. “Congruência Ideológica e Instituições Eleitorais: Conceptualização e Medida.” In Andre Freire & Jose Viegas (eds.) Representação Política: O caso Português em Perspectiva Comparada. Sextante: Lisboa.
  4. Matt Golder & Leonard Wantchekon. 2004. “Africa: Dictatorial and Democratic Electoral Systems since 1946.” In Josep Colomer (ed.) Handbook of Electoral System Choice. London: Palgrave.
Other Publications
  1. Charles Crabtree, Matt Golder, Thomas Gschwend & Indriði Indriðason. “Strategic Campaign Sentiment.”  CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association.
  2. Nils-Christian Bormann & Matt Golder. 2013. “Democratic Electoral Systems around the World, 1946-2011.” Newsletter of the Representation and Electoral Systems Section of the American Political Science Association.
  3. Matt Golder. 2009. “Ideological Congruence.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association.
Dissertation
  1. Matt Golder. 2004. The Modifying Effect of Electoral Institutions. Department of Politics, New York University.