Usage — 17 Jan 2017

Akkerman, Tjitske. 2015. “Immigration Policy and Electoral Competition in Western Europe. A Fine-Grained Analysis of Party Positions over the Past Two Decades.” Party Politics 21(1): 54–67.

Alexandrova, Petya. 2016. “Explaining Political Attention Allocation with the Help of Issue Character: Evidence from the European Council.” European Political Science Review 8(3): 405–25.

Amat, Francesc, and Albert Falcó-Gimeno. 2014. “The Legislative Dynamics of Political Decentralization in Parliamentary Democracies.” Comparative Political Studies 47(6): 820–50.

Auel, Katrin, and Oliver Höing. 2015. “National Parliaments and the Eurozone Crisis: Taking Ownership in Difficult Times?” West European Politics 38(2): 375–95.

Bäck, Hanna, and Johannes Lindvall. 2015. “Commitment Problems in Coalitions: A New Look at the Fiscal Policies of Multiparty Governments.” Political Science Research and Methods 3(01): 53–72.

Bäck, Hanna, Marc Debus, and Jale Tosun. 2015. “Partisanship, Ministers, and Biotechnology Policy.” Review of Policy Research 32(5): 556–75.

Banducci, Susan, and Chris Hanretty. 2014. “Comparative Determinants of Horse-Race Coverage.” European Political Science Review 6(04): 621–40.

Bartkowska, Monika, and Guido Tiemann. 2015. “The Impact of Economic Perceptions on Voting Behaviour in European Parliamentary Elections.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 53(2): 201–17.

Bértoa, Fernando. 2012. “Parties, Regime and Cleavages: Explaining Party System Institutionalisation in East Central Europe.” East European Politics 28(4): 452–72.

Bolleyer, Nicole, and Evelyn Bytzek. 2016. “New Party Performance after Breakthrough: Party Origin, Building and Leadership.” Party Politics forthcoming.

Boranbay-Akan, Serra, Thomas König, and Moritz Osnabrügge. 2016. “The Imperfect Agenda-Setter: Why Do Legislative Proposals Fail in the EU Decision-Making Process?” European Union Politics forthcoming.

Bressanelli, Edoardo, Christel Koop, and Christine Reh. 2015. “The Impact of Informalisation: Early Agreements and Voting Cohesion in the European Parliament.” European Union Politics 17(1): 91–113.

Bright, Jonathan, Holger Döring, and Conor Little. 2015. “Ministerial Importance and Survival in Government: Tough at the Top?” West European Politics 38(3): 441–64.

Burlacu, Diana. 2014. “It’s Not Only the Economy, Stupid! Good Governance Matters in Elections.” Electoral Studies 36: 173–85.

Cacciatore, Federica, Alessandro Natalini, and Claudius Wagemann. 2015. “Clustered Europeanization and National Reform Programmes: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis.” Journal of European Public Policy 22(8): 1186–1211.

Caramani, Daniele. 2015. The Europeanization of Politics: The Formation of a European Electorate and Party System in Historical Perspective. 1st ed. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Childs, Sarah L., and Miki Caul Kittilson. 2016. “Feminizing Political Parties Women’s Party Member Organizations within European Parliamentary Parties.” Party Politics 22(5): 598–608.

Clare, Joe. 2014. “Hawks, Doves, and International Cooperation.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 58(7): 1311–37.

Claveria, Silvia. 2014. “Still a ‘male Business’? Explaining Women’s Presence in Executive Office.” West European Politics 37(5): 1156–76.

Colomer, Josep M, and Pedro Magalhaes. 2012. “Firing the Coach: How Governments Are Losing Elections in Europe.” In Washington, DC: Georgetown University, BMW Center for German and European Studies and Department of Government.

Crombez, Christophe, and Simon Hix. 2015. “Legislative Activity and Gridlock in the European Union.” British Journal of Political Science 45(3): 477–99.

Crombez, Christophe, and Pieterjan Vangerven. 2014. “Procedural Models of European Union Politics: Contributions and Suggestions for Improvement.” European Union Politics 15(2): 289–308.

Cutler, Josh et al. 2016. “Cabinet Formation and Portfolio Distribution in European Multiparty Systems.” British Journal of Political Science 46(1): 31–43.

Dalton, Russell J. 2015. “Party Representation across Multiple Issue Dimensions.” Party Politics forthcoming.

Dassonneville, Ruth, and Marc Hooghe. 2015. “Economic Indicators and Electoral Volatility: Economic Effects on Electoral Volatility in Western Europe, 1950-2013.” Comparative European Politics forthcoming.

Dassonneville, Ruth, and Michael S. Lewis-Beck. 2013. “Economic Policy Voting and Incumbency: Unemployment in Western Europe.” Political Science Research and Methods 1(1): 53–66.

Dejaeghere, Yves, and Ruth Dassonneville. 2015. “A Comparative Investigation into the Effects of Party-System Variables on Party Switching Using Individual-Level Data.” Party Politics forthcoming.

Dodson, Kyle. 2015. “Globalization and Protest Expansion.” Social Problems 62(1): 15–39.

Dolný, Branislav, and Pavol Baboš. 2015. “Voter–Representative Congruence in Europe: A Loss of Institutional Influence?” West European Politics 38(6): 1274–1304.

Döring, Holger. 2013. “The Collective Action of Data Collection: A Data Infrastructure on Parties, Elections and Cabinets.” European Union Politics 14(1): 161–78.

———. 2016. “Mapping Established Democracies: Integrated Data on Parties, Elections and Cabinets.” Electoral Studies 44: 535–43.

Emmenegger, Patrick, and Philip Manow. 2014. “Religion and the Gender Vote Gap: Women’s Changed Political Preferences from the 1970s to 2010.” Politics & Society 42(2): 166–93.

Engler, Sarah. 2016. “Corruption and Electoral Support for New Political Parties in Central and Eastern Europe.” West European Politics 39(2): 278–304.

Eppner, Sebastian, and Steffen Ganghof. 2016. “Institutional Veto Players and Cabinet Formation: The Veto Control Hypothesis Reconsidered.” European Journal of Political Research forthcoming.

Finke, Daniel, and Annika Herbel. 2015. “Beyond Rules and Resources: Parliamentary Scrutiny of EU Policy Proposals.” European Union Politics 16(4): 490–513.

Freudenreich, Johannes. 2016. “The Formation of Cabinet Coalitions in Presidential Systems.” Latin American Politics and Society 58(4): 80–102.

Ganghof, Steffen, Sebastian Eppner, and Katja Heeß. 2014. “Normative Balance and Electoral Reform: A Finnish Puzzle and a Comparative Analysis.” West European Politics 38(1): 53–72.

———. 2015. “Normative Balance and Electoral Reform: A Finnish Puzzle and a Comparative Analysis.” West European Politics 38(1): 53–72.

van Geffen, Robert. 2016. “Impact of Career Paths on MEPs’ Activities.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54(4): 1017–32.

Grand, Peter, and Guido Tiemann. 2013. “Projection Effects and Specification Bias in Spatial Models of European Parliament Elections.” European Union Politics 14(4): 497–521.

Grittersova, Jana, Indridi H. Indridason, Christina C. Gregory, and Ricardo Crespo. 2016. “Austerity and Niche Parties: The Electoral Consequences of Fiscal Reforms.” Electoral Studies 42: 276–289.

Guardiancich, Igor, and Mattia Guidi. 2015. “Formal Independence of Regulatory Agencies and Varieties of Capitalism: A Case of Institutional Complementarity?” Regulation & Governance 10(3): 211–119.

Guidi, Mattia. 2013. “Delegation and Varieties of Capitalism: Explaining the Independence of National Competition Agencies in the European Union.” Comparative European Politics 12: 343–65.

Hall, Steven, and Misa Nishikawa. 2014. “The Dynamics of within-Regime Stability: Party Tenure and Economic Performance.” International Political Science Review 35(4): 430–47.

Hansen, Vibeke Wøien. 2014. “Incomplete Information and Bargaining in the EU: An Explanation of First-Reading Non-Agreements.” European Union Politics 15(4): 472–95.

Harfst, Philipp. 2016. “The Political Consequences of Changes in District Magnitude.” Acta Politica: 1–22.

Herwartz, Helmut, and Bernd Theilen. 2014. “Health Care and Ideology: A Reconsideration of Political Determinants of Public Healthcare Funding in the Oecd.” Health Economics 23(2): 225–40.

———. 2017. “Ideology and Redistribution through Public Spending.” European Journal of Political Economy 46: 74–90.

Högström, John. 2014. “Democracies in Crisis.” Contemporary Politics 20(4): 402–20.

Hooghe, Marc, and Anna Kern. 2016. “The Tipping Point between Stability and Decline: Trends in Voter Turnout, 1950–1980–2012.” European Political Science: 1–18.

Ibenskas, Raimondas. 2015. “Understanding Pre-Electoral Coalitions in Central and Eastern Europe.” British Journal of Political Science 46(4): 743–61.

Indridason, Indridi H., and Shaun Bowler. 2014. “Determinants of Cabinet Size.” European Journal of Political Research 53(2): 381–403,.

Indridason, Indridi H., and Gunnar Helgi Kristinsson. 2013. “Making Words Count: Coalition Agreements and Cabinet Management.” European Journal of Political Research 52(6): 822–46.

Jensen, Christian B., Sven-Oliver Proksch, and Jonathan B. Slapin. 2013. “Parliamentary Questions, Oversight, and National Opposition Status in the European Parliament.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 38(2): 259–82.

Kim, Mi-Son, and Frederick Solt. 2015. “The Dynamics of Party Relabeling: Why Do Parties Change Names?” Party Politics forthcoming.

Klüver, Heike, and Jae-Jae Spoon. 2014. “Who Responds? Voters, Parties and Issue Attention.” British Journal of Political Science forthcoming. (November 6, 2014).

———. 2015. “Bringing Salience Back in: Explaining Voting Defection in the European Parliament.” Party Politics 21(4): 553–64.

———. 2016. “Challenges to Multiparty Governments How Governing in Coalitions Affects Coalition Parties’ Responsiveness to Voters.” Party Politics forthcoming.

Kölln, Ann-Kristin. 2014. “Party Membership in Europe: Testing Party-Level Explanations of Decline.” Party Politics forthcoming. (September 26, 2014).

König, Thomas, Moritz Marbach, and Moritz Osnabrügge. 2013. “Estimating Party Positions across Countries and Time: A Dynamic Latent Variable Model for Manifesto Data.” Political Analysis 21(4): 468–91.

Lierse, Hanna, and Laura Seelkopf. 2016. “Room to Manoeuvre? International Financial Markets and the National Tax State.” New Political Economy 21(1): 145–65.

Lindvall, Johannes. 2014. “The Electoral Consequences of Two Great Crises.” European Journal of Political Research 53(4): 747–65.

Louwerse, Tom, Simon Otjes, David M. Willumsen, and Patrick Öhberg. 2016. “Reaching Across the Aisle Explaining Government–Opposition Voting in Parliament.” Party Politics forthcoming.

Mandelkern, Ronen. 2016. “Explaining the Striking Similarity in Macroeconomic Policy Responses to the Great Recession The Institutional Power of Macroeconomic Governance.” Comparative Political Studies 49(2): 219–52.

Manow, Philip. 2013. “Religious Cleavages, Divisions on the Left and the Political Economy of Southern Europe.” International Journal of Social Quality 3(2): 78–105.

March, Luke. 2012. “Problems and Perspectives of Contemporary European Radical Left Parties: Chasing a Lost World or Still a World to Win?” International Critical Thought 2(3): 314–39.

March, Luke, and Charlotte Rommerskirchen. 2015. “Out of Left Field? Explaining the Variable Electoral Success of European Radical Left Parties.” Party Politics 21(1): 40–53.

McDonnell, Duncan, and Marco Valbruzzi. 2014. “Defining and Classifying Technocrat-Led and Technocratic Governments.” European Journal of Political Research 53(4): 654–71.

McElwain, Kenneth Mori. 2012. “The Nationalization of Japanese Elections.” Journal of East Asian Studies 12(3): 323–50.

Meyer, Thomas M., and Markus Wagner. 2013. “Mainstream or Niche? Vote-Seeking Incentives and the Programmatic Strategies of Political Parties.” Comparative Political Studies 46(10): 1246–72.

Miller, Peter, and Ruth Dassonneville. 2016. “High Turnout in the Low Countries: Partisan Effects of the Abolition of Compulsory Voting in the Netherlands.” Electoral Studies 44: 132–43.

Mölder, Martin. 2016. “Which Measure of Political Difference between Parties Works Better? A Comparison in Predicting Coalition Formation.” Electoral Studies forthcoming.

Morlino, Leonardo, and Mario Quaranta. 2016. “What Is the Impact of the Economic Crisis on Democracy? Evidence from Europe.” International Political Science Review 37(5): 618–33.

Mühlböck, Monika. 2012. “National versus European: Party Control over Members of the European Parliament.” West European Politics 35(3): 607–31.

Mustillo, Thomas, and John A. Springer. 2015. “Seeing beyond the Datasets: The Unexploited Structure of Electoral and Institutional Data.” International Journal of Social Research Methodology 18(4): 349–65.

Núñez, Lidia, Pablo Simón, and Jean-Benoit Pilet. 2016. “Electoral Volatility and the Dynamics of Electoral Reform.” West European Politics forthcoming.

Obinger, Herbert, Carina Schmitt, and Reimut Zohlnhöfer. 2014. “Partisan Politics and Privatization in OECD Countries.” Comparative Political Studies 47(9): 1294–1323.

Obholzer, Lukas, and William T. Daniel. 2016. “An Online Electoral Connection? How Electoral Systems Condition Representatives’ Social Media Use.” European Union Politics 17(3): 387–407.

O’Brien, Diana Z. 2012. “When Women Matter: The Relationship between Women’s Presence and Policy Representation in Western European States.” Washington University.

Onderco, Michal, and Wolfgang Wagner. 2015. “The Ideational Foundations of Coercion: Political Culture and Policies towards North Korea.” European Political Science Review FirstView(Supplement -1): 1–24.

Önnudóttir, Eva H. 2014. “Policy Congruence and Style of Representation: Party Voters and Political Parties.” West European Politics 37(3): 538–63.

Orlowski, Matthias. 2012. “The Dynamics of Electoral Incentives. Electoral Systems and Agricultural Support in OECD Countries.” In Berlin.

Otjes, Simon, and Harmen van der Veer. 2016. “The Eurozone Crisis and the European Parliament’s Changing Lines of Conflict.” European Union Politics. Forthcoming.

Peters, Yvette, and Sander J. Ensink. 2015. “Differential Responsiveness in Europe: The Effects of Preference Difference and Electoral Participation.” West European Politics 38(3): 577–600.

Popa, Sebastian Adrian. 2015. “Political Sophistication in Central and Eastern Europe How Can Parties Help?” Party Politics 21(3): 440–55.

Pukelis, Lukas. 2016. “The Role of Parliamentary Committee Chairs in Coalition Governments: Office and Policy Theses Reconsidered.” East European Politics 32(2): 215–35.

Quaranta, Mario. 2014. “Political Dissatisfaction and Political Protest in Western Europe: What Is the Role of Party Systems?” Rivista italiana di scienza politica 44(2): 115–34.

———. 2015. “Protesting in ‘hard Times’: Evidence from a Comparative Analysis of Europe, 2000–2014.” Current Sociology 64(5): 736–56.

Reinhard, Janine. 2012. “‘Because We Are All Europeans!’: When Do EU Member States Use Normative Arguments?” Journal of European Public Policy 19(9): 1336–56.

Reinhard, Janine, Jan Biesenbender, and Katharina Holzinger. 2014. “Do Arguments Matter? Argumentation and Negotiation Success at the 1997 Amsterdam Intergovernmental Conference.” European Political Science Review 6(2): 283–307.

Ridout, Travis N., and Annemarie S. Walter. 2015. “Party System Change and Negative Campaigning in New Zealand.” Party Politics 21(6): 982–92.

Ringe, Nils, and Steven L. Wilson. 2016. “Pinpointing the Powerful: Covoting Network Centrality as a Measure of Political Influence.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 41(3): 739–69.

Rooduijn, Matthijs, Sarah L. de Lange, and Wouter van der Brug. 2012. “A Populist Zeitgeist? Programmatic Contagion by Populist Parties in Western Europe.” Party Politics 20(4): 563–75.

Schmitt, Carina. 2013. “Culture, Closeness, or Commerce? Policy Diffusion and Social Spending Dynamics.” Swiss Political Science Review 19(2): 123–38.

———. 2014. “The Diffusion of Privatization in Europe: Political Affinity or Economic Competition?” Public Administration 92(3): 615–35.

Schuster, Philipp, Carina Schmitt, and Stefan Traub. 2013. “The Retreat of the State from Entrepreneurial Activities: A Convergence Analysis for OECD Countries, 1980-2007.” European Journal of Political Economy 32: 95–112.

Seikel, Daniel. 2015. “Class Struggle in the Shadow of Luxembourg. The Domestic Impact of the European Court of Justice’s Case Law on the Regulation of Working Conditions.” Journal of European Public Policy 22(8): 1166–85.

Seki, Katsunori, and Laron K. Williams. 2014. “Updating the Party Government Dataset.” Electoral Studies 34: 270–79.

Söderlund, Peter. 2016. “Candidate-Centred Electoral Systems and Change in Incumbent Vote Share: A Cross-National and Longitudinal Analysis.” European Journal of Political Research 55(2): 321–39.

Spoon, Jae-Jae. 2012. “How Salient Is Europe? An Analysis of European Election Manifestos, 1979-2004.” European Union Politics 13(4): 558–79.

Spoon, Jae-Jae, and Heike Klüver. 2014. “Do Parties Respond? How Electoral Context Influences Party Responsiveness.” Electoral Studies 35: 48–60.

———. 2015. “Voter Polarisation and Party Responsiveness: Why Parties Emphasise Divided Issues, but Remain Silent on Unified Issues.” European Journal of Political Research 54(2): 343–62.

———. 2016. “Does Anybody Notice? How Policy Positions of Coalition Parties Are Perceived by Voters.” European Journal of Political Research forthcoming.

Thomas, Martha. 2013. “The Relationship between National Elections and the Delay in Transposition of E.U. Directives.” Politics & Policy 41(6): 911–46.

Toshkov, Dimiter. 2013. “Policy-Making beyond Political Ideology: The Adoption of Smoking Bans in Europe.” Public Administration 91(2): 448–68.

Tromborg, Mathias Wessel. 2015. “Space Jam: Are Niche Parties Strategic or Looney?” Electoral Studies 40: 189–99.

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Williams, Christopher, and Jae-Jae Spoon. 2015. “Differentiated Party Response: The Effect of Euroskeptic Public Opinion on Party Positions.” European Union Politics 16(2): 176–93.

Zhelyazkova, Asya. 2013. “Complying with EU Directives’ Requirements: The Link between EU Decision-Making and the Correct Transposition of EU Provisions.” Journal of European Public Policy 20(5): 702–21.

———. 2014. “From Selective Integration into Selective Implementation: The Link between Differentiated Integration and Conformity with EU Laws.” European Journal of Political Research 53(4): 727–46.

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Zubek, Radoslaw. 2015. “Coalition Government and Committee Power.” West European Politics 38(5): 1020–41.