Testing the ‘Party Matters’ Thesis: What Explains Compliance with the Kyoto Protocol? (with Christian B. Jensen), Political Studies (2011)
There is growing interest in whether and how parties matter. We add to this discussion...
Thinking locally, acting supranationally: Niche party behaviour in the European Parliament (with Christian B. Jensen), European Journal of Political Research (2010)
Recent research on the European Parliament (EP) has neglected the idiosyncrasies of niche parties. Similarly,...
A Vote Against Europe? Explaining Defection at the 1999 and 2004 European Parliament Elections (with Sara B. Hobolt and James R. Tilley), British Journal of Political Science (2009)
Governing parties generally win fewer votes at European Parliament elections than at national electionsmost common...
Holding Their Own: Explaining the Persistence of Green Parties in France and the UK, Party Politics (2009)
In his seminal work, Kirchheimer (1966) argued that as larger parties transformed into catch-all parties...
Party Competition between Unequals: Strategies and Electoral Fortunes in Western Europe. By Bonnie M. Meguid. (Cambridge University Press, 2008.), Journal of Politics (2009)
Contributions to Books
Entries: Third Parties, Straight-Ticket Voting and Superdelegate, Encyclopedia of American Parties and Elections (2006)
(Book Abstract) Covering all presidential elections through 2004 and newer topics such as Internet voting,...
Semi-Presidentialism: the Best of Both Worlds?, Augustana College (2010)
Balancing Preferences: A Theory of Small Party Survival, University of Exeter (2009)
Explaining Small Party Survival Using Multiple Methods, Electdem Conference, University of Exeter (2009)
Compelled Without Direction: Compulsory Voting and Party System Spreading (with Christian B. Jensen), Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (2008)