January, 2016. Vineeta Yadav and Bumba Mukherjee. The Politics of Corruption in Dictatorships Cambridge University Press.

2014. Vineeta Yadav and Bumba Mukherjee.   Democracy, Electoral Institutions and Judicial Empowerment in Developing Countries.
University of Michigan Press.

Political Parties, Business Groups, and Corruption in Developing Countries
Oxford University Press, 2011.


“Studying Legislative Party Politics in Data Scarce Environments : A New Empirical Approach” Forthcoming, Party Politics

Benjamin E. Bagozzi, Thomas Brawner, Bumba Mukherjee, and Vineeta Yadav. “Regional International Organizations and Individual Immigration Attitudes: Results from Finite Mixture Models.” International Interactions June, 2014 40(3): 350-375, DOI: 10.1080/03050629.2014.899226

Bumba Mukherjee, Vineeta Yadav and Sergio Bejar. “Electoral Particularism, Bank Concentration, and Capital Account Liberalization in Developing Democracies” Comparative Political Studies 2014 47(6): 851-877

Bumba Mukherjee, Vineeta Yadav, and Sergio Bejar. “Candidate-centered systems, public banks and equity market restrictions in developing democracies” Review of International Political Economy 2014 21(3): 670-709

Legislative Institutions and Corruption in Developing Country Democracies.” Comparative Political Studies. August, 2012. 45 (8): 1027-58.

Business lobbies and policy making in developing countries: The contrasting cases of India and China.” Journal of Public Affairs. February, 2008. Volume 8:67-82.


“Pressure Groups” in Encyclopedia of Political Science, CQ Press, 2010.

Under Review


“Electoral Institutions and De Facto Judicial Independence” (with Bumba Mukherjee)*

“Party Institutionalization and Lobbying Tactics in Developing Countries” *

“Autocratic Lessons and Democratic Practice: Evidence from the 2011-12 Egyptian Elections”*


 Working Papers

“Policy Advocacy in Reforming Economies: Winners, Losers and Changing Tactics”

“Party Discipline and Democratic Commitment: Evidence from Turkey 2015”

“Policy Stages and Special Interest Behavior in Parliamentary Systems: Evidence from the Indian Case.”*


*Please contact the author for a copy of the draft.