- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 The Rise of a New Norm
- Chapter 3 The Shadow Market
- Chapter 4 What Influences Monitors’ Assessments?
- Chapter 5 Do Politicians Change Tactics to Evade Criticism?
- Chapter 6 International Monitors as Reinforcement
- Chapter 7 Are Monitored Elections Better?
- Chapter 8 Long-Term Effects
- Conclusion: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
- Appendix A: Data Description
- Appendix B: Statistical Supplement to Chapter 3
- Appendix C: Statistical Supplement to Chapter 4
- Appendix D: Statistical Supplement to Chapter 7
- Appendix E: Case Summaries
- Monitoring Democracy
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