"Popular" Press Publications
- Moser, Robert G., and Ethan Scheiner. 2012. Electoral Systems and Political Context: How the Effects of Rules Vary Across New and Established Democracies. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Info on Scheiner, Ethan. 2006. Democracy Without Competition in Japan: Opposition Failure in a One-Party Dominant State. New York: Cambridge University Press. Can also purchase here.
- Ferree, Karen E., G. Bingham Powell, and Ethan Scheiner. 2014. "Context, Electoral Rules, and Party Systems." Annual Review of Political Science 17:421–39.
- Ferree, Karen E., G. Bingham Powell, and Ethan Scheiner. 2013. "How Context Shapes the Effects of Electoral Rules." Perspectives on Politics 11:810-814.
- Scheiner, Ethan, Robert Pekkanen, Michio Muramatsu, and Ellis Krauss. 2013. "When Do Interest Groups Contact Bureaucrats Rather than Politicians? Evidence on Fire Alarms and Smoke Detectors from Japan." Japanese Journal of Political Science 14:283-304.
- Lipscy, Phillip Y., and Ethan Scheiner. 2012. “Japan under the DPJ: The Paradox of Political Change without Policy Change.” Journal of East Asian Studies 12:311-322.
- Scheiner, Ethan. 2012. “The Electoral System and Japan’s Partial Transformation: Party System Consolidation without Policy Realignment” Journal of East Asian Studies 12:351-379.
- Reed, Steven R., Ethan Scheiner, and Michael F. Thies. 2012. “The End of LDP Dominance and the Rise of Party-Oriented Politics in Japan.” Journal of Japanese Studies 38:353-376.
- Milazzo, Caitlin, and Ethan Scheiner. 2011. “When Do You Follow the (National) Leader? Party Switching by Subnational Legislators in Japan.” Electoral Studies 30:148-161.
- Scheiner, Ethan, and Filippo Tronconi. 2011. “Unanticipated Consequences of Electoral Reform in Italy and Japan." Pp. 95-112 in A Natural Experiment on Electoral Law Reform: Evaluating the Long Run Consequences of 1990s Electoral Reform in Italy and Japan, Daniela Giannetti and Bernard Grofman (eds.). New York: Springer.
- Scheiner, Ethan, and Michio Muramatsu. 2009. “The Slow Government Response to Japan’s Bank Crisis: A New Interpretation." In Political Change in Japan: Electoral Behavior, Party Realignment, and the Koizumi Reforms, edited by Steven R. Reed, Kenneth Mori McElwain, and Kay Shimizu. Stanford/Washington, D.C.: Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center Books.
- Moser, Robert G., and Ethan Scheiner. 2009. “Strategic Voting in Established and New Democracies: Ticket Splitting in Mixed-Member Electoral Systems.” Electoral Studies 28:51-61.
- Desposato, Scott, and Ethan Scheiner. 2008. “Governmental Centralization and Party Affiliation: Legislator Strategies in Brazil and Japan.” American Political Science Review 102:509-524.
- Scheiner, Ethan. 2008. “Does Electoral System Reform Work? Electoral System Lessons from Reforms of the 1990s.” Annual Review of Political Science 11:161-81.
- Campbell, John C., and Ethan Scheiner. 2008. “Fragmentation and Power: Reconceptualizing Policy Making under Japan’s 1955 System.” Japanese Journal of Political Science 9:89-113.
- Baker, Andy, and Ethan Scheiner. 2007. “Electoral System Effects and Ruling Party Dominance in Japan: A Counterfactual Simulation Based on Adaptive Parties.” Electoral Studies 26:477-91.
- Scheiner, Ethan. 2007. “Clientelism in Japan: The Importance and Limits of Institutional Explanations” In Herbert Kitschelt and Steven I. Wilkinson (eds.), Patrons, Clients, and Policies: Patterns of Democratic Accountability and Political Competition. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Scheiner, Ethan. 2005. “Pipelines of Pork: A Model of Local Opposition Party Failure.” Comparative Political Studies38:799-823.
- Moser, Robert G., and Ethan Scheiner. 2005. “Strategic Ticket Splitting and the Personal Vote in Mixed-Member Electoral Systems.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 30:259-276.
- Moser, Robert G., and Ethan Scheiner. 2004. “Mixed Electoral Systems and Electoral System Effects: Controlled Comparison and Cross-National Analysis.” Electoral Studies 23:575-599.
- Baker, Andy and Ethan Scheiner. 2004. “Adaptive Parties: Party Strategic Capacity under Japanese SNTV.” Electoral Studies 23:251-278.
- Reed, Steven R., and Ethan Scheiner. 2003. “Electoral Incentives and Policy Preferences: Mixed Motives behind Party Defections in Japan.” British Journal of Political Science 33:469-490.
- Scheiner, Ethan. 2003. “Political Realignment in Nagano: Hata Tsutomu and the New Opposition Challenge the LDP.” In Steven R. Reed, (ed.), Japanese Electoral Politics: Creating a New Party System, pp. 67-83. London and New York: Routledge Curzon.
- McKean, Margaret A., and Ethan Scheiner. 2000. “Japan’s New Electoral System: La plus ça change...” Electoral Studies19:447-477.
- Scheiner, Ethan. 1999. “Urban Outfitters: City-Based Strategies and Success in Postwar Japanese Politics.” Electoral Studies 18:179-198.
"Popular" Press Publications
- Reed, Steven R., Ethan Scheiner, and Michael F. Thies. 2009. "New Ballgame in Politics: Party-centered, more volatile." The Oriental Economist (October Volume 77, No. 10), pp. 8-9.
- Analysis of the 2004 Japanese House of Councillors Election appeared in Japanese as “Minshutô ha ‘Sôsenkyo’ de kateru no ka.” Foresight Magazine (8/21/04-9/17/04, Issue 9), pp. 70-71.
- Analysis of the 2003 Japanese House of Representatives Election appeared in Japanese as “Kono mama de ha seiken kôtai ha jitsugen shinai.” Foresight Magazine (12/20/03-1/16/04, Issue1), pp. 74-75.