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Bridging the literature on gender and politics, democratization, and political parties, this article investigates the causes of parties' varying compliance with electoral quotas. Whereas research has so far focused on parties' willingness to comply, this article sheds light on their ability to do so. It suggests that the more quotas parties have to comply with, and the more complex the quotas' designs, the more difficult implementation becomes for the organizationally weak parties that we oftendoi:10.1017/gov.2020.34 fatcat:7d3xp3r6wvg5jgkshto3qduiym