|Type||Thesis or Dissertation - PhD Thesis|
|Title||The impact of voter exit on party survival: Evidence from Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF|
This dissertation considers the impact of voter exit on the survival of incumbent regimes. I argue that voters exit the political process as a result of emigration or political violence. Using the example of Zimbabwe, I argue that ZANU-PF benefited from the exit of nearly four million Zimbabweans who emigrated outside the country in response to declining economic conditions and who exited the political system as a result of violence.
|»||Africa - Afrobarometer Survey 1999-2001, Merged 12 Country|
|»||Africa - Afrobarometer Survey 2002-2004, Merged 16 Country|
|»||Africa - Afrobarometer Survey 2005-2006, Merged 18 Country|
|»||Africa - Afrobarometer Survey 2008, Merged 20 Country|