Corruption of the election process under U.S. federal law / Craig C. Donsanto -- International principles for election integrity / Thad E. Hall and Tova Andrea Wang -- Beyond election fraud : manipulation, violence, and foreign power intervention / Gamze Cavdar -- Measuring perceptions of election threats : survey data from voters and elites / R. Michael Alvarez and Thad E. Hall -- Caught in the act: recent federal election fraud cases / Delia Bailey -- Correlates of fraud : studying state election fraud allegations / R. Michael Alvarez and Frederick J. Boehmke -- Fraud or failure? what incident reports reveal about election anomalies and irregularities / D. Roderick Kiewiet ... [et al.] -- Identifying and preventing signature fraud on ballot measure petitions / Todd Donovan and Daniel A. Smith -- The case of the 2002 general election / R. Michael Alvarez and Jonathan N. Katz -- Election forensics : the second-digit Benford’s law test and recent American presidential elections / Walter R. Mebane Jr -- On the trail of fraud : estimating the flow of votes between Russia’s elections / Mikhail Myagkov, Peter C. Ordeshook, and Dimitry Shaikin -- How international election observers detect and deter fraud / Susan D. Hyde -- Unintended consequences of election monitoring / Alberto Simpser.
"Brings together experts on election law, election administration, and U.S. and comparative politics to examine the U.S. understanding of election fraud. With survey data, incident reports, and state-collected fraud allegations, measures the extent and nature of election fraud in U.S. Analyzes techniques for detecting and potentially deterring fraud"--Provided by publisher..
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