Research underpinning the findings presented in the video:

    1. Casal Bértoa, F. and Rama, J. (2022): “Paying for Appeasement: On the Moderating Role of Public Subsidies in East Central European Party Politics”, Party Politics, v. 28, n. 4, pp. 611-624.
    2. Casal Bértoa, F. (2023). “Public Funding of Political Parties: What Is It Good For?”, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Policy Paper [in Armenian] [in Mongolian] [in English]
    3. Casal Bértoa, F. and Spirova. M. (2019): “Parties between Thresholds: State Subsidies and Party Behavior in Post-communist Democracies”, Party Politics, v. 25, n. 3, pp. 233-244.
    4. Casal Bértoa, F. (2017): “It’s Mostly about Money! A Multi-method Research Approach to the Sources of Institutionalization”, Sociological Methods and Research, v. 46, n. 4, pp. 683-714.
    5. Casal Bértoa, F., Molenaar, F., Piccio, D. R. and Rashkova, E. R. (2014): “The World Upside Down: De-legitimising Political Finance Regulation”, International Political Science Review, v. 35, n. 3, pp. 355–376.
    6. Costa Lobo, M. and Razzuoli, I. (2017): “Party Finance and Perceived Party Responsiveness”, in Susan E. Scarrow, Paul D. Webb and Thomas Poguntke (eds.) Organizing Political Parties: Representation, Participation and Power. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    7. Hummel, C., Gerring, J. and Burt, T. (2021): “Do Political Finance Reforms Reduce Corruption?”, British Journal of Political Science, v. 51, n. 2, pp. 869–889.
    8. Ohman, M. (2018). Gender-Targeted Public Funding for Political Parties: A Comparative Analysis. Stockholm: International IDEA.