2022 - Research.com Law and Political Science in Canada Leader Award
2019 - Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Prize, Canada Council
André Blais spends much of his time researching Political economy, Turnout, Voting, Public administration and Politics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Proportional representation, Comparative Study of Electoral Systems, Victory and Neoclassical economics in addition to Political economy. His research in Turnout intersects with topics in Voter turnout, Social psychology, Duty and Demographic economics.
His Voting research includes themes of Moral duty, Educational attainment and Cohort. His research in Politics focuses on subjects like Outcome, which are connected to Feature. His study looks at the intersection of Compulsory voting and topics like Positive economics with Popularity and Opposition.
André Blais mainly investigates Voting, Politics, Political economy, Public administration and Democracy. His Politics research includes elements of Government and Perception. His Political economy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Test and Law.
His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Proportional representation, Primary election and Split-ticket voting. His study in Democracy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Affect and Survey data collection. André Blais focuses mostly in the field of Turnout, narrowing it down to matters related to Voter turnout and, in some cases, Demographic economics.
His primary scientific interests are in Voting, Political economy, Politics, Democracy and Turnout. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public economics, Advertising, Law and economics, Preference and Proportionality. André Blais has researched Political economy in several fields, including Test, Parliament, Comparative politics and Nationalism.
André Blais combines subjects such as Popularity and Decentralization with his study of Politics. His work deals with themes such as Survey data collection, Public administration, Government, National identity and Public opinion, which intersect with Democracy. His Turnout research incorporates themes from Voter turnout, Spoilt vote, Contingent vote and Duty.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Political economy, Voting, Democracy, Voter turnout and Politics. In his study, Test, Parliament and Affect is strongly linked to Government, which falls under the umbrella field of Political economy. The Voting study combines topics in areas such as Context, Public economics and Demographic economics.
His Democracy research incorporates elements of Comparative politics, Advertising, Public opinion and Corruption. His studies deal with areas such as Empirical evidence, Conventional wisdom, Positive economics, Turnout and Indirect costs as well as Voter turnout. His Turnout research integrates issues from Social pressure, Social psychology, Outcome and Direct cost.
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To Vote or Not to Vote: The Merits and Limits of Rational Choice Theory
Turnout in electoral democracies
André Blais;Agnieszka Dobrzynska.
European Journal of Political Research (1998)
Letting the People Decide: Dynamics of a Canadian Election
J. Paul Johnston;Richard Johnston;Andre Blais;Henry E. Brady.
WHAT AFFECTS VOTER TURNOUT
Annual Review of Political Science (2006)
Do Parties Make a Difference? Parties and the Size of Government in Liberal Democracies*
Andre Blais;Donald Blake;Stephane Dion.
American Journal of Political Science (1993)
Anatomy of a Liberal Victory: Making Sense of the Vote in the 2000 Canadian Election
Does proportional representation foster voter turnout
André Blais;R. K. Carty.
European Journal of Political Research (1990)
Where does turnout decline come from
André Blais;Elisabeth Gidengil;Neil Nevitte.
European Journal of Political Research (2004)
Mixed electoral systems: a conceptual and empirical survey
Louis Massicotte;André Blais.
Electoral Studies (1999)
The electoral budget cycle
André Blais;Richard Nadeau.
Public Choice (1992)
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