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Published work

  • Kirill Kalinin. "A Study of Social Desirability Bias at the Russian Presidential Elections 2012.'' Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties. (2016) Download
  • Grigorii Golosov and Kirill Kalinin. ''Presidentialism and Legislative Fragmentation Beyond Coattail Effects.'' The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. (2017) Download
  • Kirill Kalinin. "Linking Preference Falsification and Election Fraud In Electoral Autocracies."Political Studies. (2017) [Forthcoming] Download


Selected Manuscripts

  • Kirill Kalinin and Allen Hicken. "Using Election Forensics to Detect Election Fraud in the Philippine Elections, 2016". APSA, San Francisco, 2017 Download
  • Kirill Kalinin and Walter Mebane. "Worst Election Ever in Russia?". MPSA, Chicago, 2017 Download
  • Walter R. Mebane, Jr., and Kirill Kalinin. "Geography in Election Forensics". APSA, Washington DC, August 2014 Download
  • Kirill Kalinin and Mebane, Walter R., Jr. "Understanding Electoral Frauds through Evolution of Russian Federalism: from 'Bargaining Loyalty' to 'Signaling Loyalty'". MPSA, Chicago, March 2011 Download
  • Walter R. Mebane, Jr., and Kirill Kalinin. "Electoral Fraud in Russia: Vote Counts Analysis Using Parametric and Non-Parametric Methods". MPSA, Chicago, IL, April 2010. Download
  • Walter R. Mebane, Jr., and Kirill Kalinin."Comparative Election Fraud Detection". APSA, Toronto, Canada, September 2009. Download


Selected Manuscripts (in Russian)

  • Kirill Kalinin. "A Study of Social Desirability Bias in Russia: Theory and Methodology". Monitoring of Economic and Social Changes. March, Issue 1:17-40 (2014). Download
  • Kirill Kalinin. "Electoral Frauds in Russia: Mechanisms, Diagnostics, Interpretations". Neprikosnovennyi Zapas, N4-84 (2012). Download
  • Walter R. Mebane, Jr., and Kirill Kalinin. "Electoral Falsification in Russia: A Complex Diagnostics of Elections 2003-2004, 2007-2008: Theory, Methodology, Measurement". Russian Electoral Review, N2:57-70(2009). Download