Nuffield College Working Papers in Politics
2012-01 (28 April 2012) Mark Beissinger and Gwendolyn Sasse,
An End to “Patience”? The Great Recession and Economic Protest in Eastern Europes.
2009-01 (01 March 2009) Maria Sobolewska,
The Competing Influences of Party Identity and Ethnic Identity on Political Perceptions in Britain: A Social Identity Theory of Partisan Bias.
2008-02 (01 July 2008) Anna Mackin,
Protest and Liberal Democratic Performance: a Panel Analysis.
2007-W1 (23 March 2007) Iain McLean and Alistair McMillan Professor Dicey's Contradictions. Now available in Public Law , Issue 3, 2007, pp. 435-43
2006-W11 (20 September 2006) Mark Pickup and Richard Johnston
Campaign Trial Heats as Election Forecasts: Evidence from the 2004 and 2006 Canadian Federal Elections.
2006-W10 (15 September 2006) Elisabeth Ivarsflaten
Reputational Shields: Why most anti-immigrant parties failed in Western Europe, 1980-2005.
2006-W2 (9 March 2006) Sara Binzer Hobolt and Robert Klemmensen
Government Responsiveness in Words and Actions: Policy Promises and Public Spending in Comparative Perspective.
2005-W17 (12 December 2005) Iain McLean
Barnett and the West Lothian Question: no nearer to solutions than when the Devolution Programme started.
2005-W16 (11 October 2005) Mark Andreas Kayser and Christopher Wlezien
Performance Pressure: Patterns of Partisanship and the Economic Vote.
2005-W12 (23 June 2005) Christopher Wlezien and Pippa Norris "Whether the campaign mattered and how"
. Published in Parliamentary Affairs (2005) vol. 58: pp. 871-888; and as part of Pippa Norris and Christopher Wlezien, eds. (2005), Britain Votes, Oxford University Press.
2005-W6 (12 April 2005) Luke Keele Difficult Choices: An Evaluation of Heterogenous Choice Models.
2004-W1 (9 January 2004) Gavin Cameron, Iain McLean, and Christopher Wlezien, "Public Expenditure in the English Regions: Measurement Problems and (Partial) Solutions", published in The Political Quarterly 75, pp. 121-131, 2004.
2003-W14 (24 July 2003) Christian List The Voting Power Approach: A Theory of Measurement
2003-W13 (7 July 2003) Natalia Letki, "Investigating the Roots of Civic Morality: Trust, Social Capital, and Institutional Performance." Published in Political Behavior, 2006, vol. 28, no. 4, pp. 305-325.
2003-W11 (25 June 2003) Arthur Spirling "Cabinet Assembly for Beginners. A Model of Moral Hazard, Observability and Risk Sharing in Cabinet Organisation". Please contact the author at spln [at] mail [dot] rochester [dot] edu.
2003-W2 (21 January 2003) Natalia Letki, "Socialization for Participation? Trust, Membership and Democratization in East-Central Europe", published in Political Research Quarterly 57, pp. 665-679, 2004.
2002-W27 (25 September 2002) Christopher Wlezien and Robert S. Erikson Patterns of Poll Movement
, published in Public Perspective , pp. 30-35, 2002.
2002-W26 (12 September 2002) Stuart N. Soroka and Christopher Wlezien "Opinion-Policy Dynamics: Public Preferences and Public Expenditure in the UK", published in the British Journal of Political Science 35, pp. 665-689, 2005.
2002-W21 (12 July 2002) Stephen D. Fisher and Marc Swyngedouw "Electoral Change, Party Competition, and the Position of the Extreme-Right in the Flemish Party System" (please contact author
2002-W20 (11 July 2002) Christopher Wlezien and Stuart N. Soroka "Measures and Models of Budgetary Policy", published in Policy Studies Journal 31, pp. 273-286, 2003.
2002-W9 (1 March 2002) Natalia Letki and Geoffrey Evans "Endogenizing Social Trust: Democratization in East-Central Europe", published in the British Journal of Political Science 35, pp. 515-529, 2005.
2002-W2 (15 January 2002) Iain McLean "William H. Riker and the invention of heresthetic(s)", published in British Journal of Political Science 32, pp. 535-558, 2002.
2002-W1 (15 January 2002) Christopher Wlezien "Patterns of Representation: Dynamics of Public Preferences and Policy", published in Journal of Politics 66, pp. 1-24, 2004.
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