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. Comparative Politics. Under contract with Sage/CQ Press.
  3. William Roberts Clark, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder.  3rd Edition 2017; 2nd edition 2012; 1st edition 2009. Principles of Comparative Politics. Washington D.C.: Sage/CQ Press.
Articles
  1. William Roberts Clark, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder. Forthcoming.  “An Exit, Voice, and Loyalty Model of Politics.” British Journal of Political Science.
    [abstract] [bibtex]
    • Awarded the 2016 Brian Barry Prize from the British Academy.
  2. Matt Golder. 2016.  “Far Right Parties in Europe.” Annual Review of Political Science 19: 477-497.
    [abstract] [bibtex]
  3. Charles Crabtree & Matt Golder. 2016.  “Party System Volatility in Post-Communist Europe.” British Journal of Political Science.
    [abstract] [replication files] [responses] [bibtex]
  4. 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.
  5. Matt Golder, Sona N. Golder & David Siegel. 2014. “Evaluating a Stochastic Model of Government Formation.” Journal of Politics 76: 880-886.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  6. 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]
  7. 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]
  8. 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]
  9. Nils-Christian Bormann & Matt Golder. 2013. “Democratic Electoral Systems Around the World, 1946-2011.” Electoral Studies 32: 360-369.
    [abstract] [webpage] [bibtex]
  10. 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]
  11. 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]
  12. 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]
  13. 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]
  14. 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.
  15. Thomas Brambor, William Roberts Clark & Matt Golder. 2007. “Are African Party Systems Different?” Electoral Studies 26: 315-323.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  16. Matt Golder. 2006. “Presidential Coattails and Legislative Fragmentation.” American Journal of Political Science 50: 34-48.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  17. 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]
  18. 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.
  19. 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]
  20. Matt Golder. 2005. “Democratic Electoral Systems Around the World, 1946-2000.” Electoral Studies 24: 103-121.
    [abstract] [webpage] [bibtex]
  21. 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]
  22. Matt Golder. 2003. “Electoral Institutions, Unemployment, and Extreme Right Parties.” British Journal of Political Science 33: 525-534.
    [abstract] [replication files] [bibtex]
  23. 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). Forthcoming. “Women/Gender and Comparative Politics.” CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 27(1): 1-109.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. William Roberts Clark & Matt Golder (Co-editors). 2015.  “Big Data, Causal Inference, and Formal Theory” PS: Political Science and Politics 48: 65-106.
  6. 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. 2017. “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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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. 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.
  2. 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.
Under Review
  1. Charles Crabtree, Matt Golder, Thomas Gschwend & Indriði Indriðason. “Campaign Sentiment in European Party Manifestos.”
Working Paper
  1. Charles Crabtree, Matt Golder, Thomas Gschwend & Indriði Indriðason. “Negative Campaigning in Multi-Candidate Contests.”
  2. Kostanca Dhima & Matt Golder. “Religious Attendance, Religious Belief, and Human Development.”
Work in Progress
  1. Charles Crabtree, Matt Golder, Thomas Gschwend & Indriði Indriðason. “Emotion in European Party Manifestos.”
  2. Charles Crabtree, Kostanca Dhima, Matt Golder & Sona N. Golder. “Gender and Race Consciousness: Conceptualization and Measurement.”
  3. Matt Golder, Thomas Gschwend & Indriði Indriðason. Negative Campaigning. [Book manuscript].
  4. Matt Golder, Sona N. Golder & David Siegel. “Electoral Institutions, Government Formation, and Ideological Congruence.”
  5. Matt Golder & David Siegel. Religious Participation and Political Attitudes. [Book manuscript].