2020: International Populism: The Radical Right in the European Parliament. Hurst/Oxford University Press, with Duncan McDonnell.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

2022 (Open Access): “How Rational Are Voters when Expecting Government Parties to Fulfil Pledges? A Cross-National Survey Experiment.” European Journal of Political Research, with Reinhard Heinisch, published online 23.11.2022.

2022 (Open Access): “How non-radical right parties strategically use nativist language: Evidence from an automated content analysis of Austrian, German, and Swiss election manifestos.” Party Politics, with Fabian Habersack.

2022 (Open Access): “Nativism, Civic Nationalism and the Malleability of Voter Attitudes.” Acta Politica, with Glenn Kefford and Benjamin Moffitt, published online 13.07.2022.

2021: “Populist Attitudes: Bringing Together Ideational and Communicative Approaches.” Political Studies, with Glenn Kefford and Benjamin Moffitt.

2021: “Reputation vs Office: Why populist radical right governmental participation differs between Sweden and Denmark,” International Political Science Review 42(5): 613-630, first published online 22.07.2021, with Duncan McDonnell and Malin Karlsson.

2021: “Equivocal Euroscepticism: How populist radical right parties can have their EU cake and eat it.” Journal of Common Market Studies, 59(2): 189-205, first published online 01.06. 2020, with Reinhard Heinisch & Duncan McDonnell.

2021:The Effect of Radical Right Fringe Parties on Main Parties in Central Eastern Europe: Empirical Evidence from Manifesto Data.” Party Politics, 27(1): 9-21, , first published online 29.07.2019, with Reinhard Heinisch, Steven Saxonberg & Fabian Habersack.

2020:Cure, Poison or Placebo? The Consequences of Populist and Radical Party Success for Representative Democracy.Representation, 56(3): 293-306, with Heiko Giebler.

2020:Representation in Western Europe: Connecting party-voter congruence and party goals.” British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 22(1): 122-142, first published online 18.10.2019.

2020 (Open Access): “Reclaiming National Sovereignty: The Case of the Conservatives and the Far Right in Austria.” European Politics & Society, 21(2): 163-181, first published online 24.06.2019, with Reinhard Heinisch & Fabian Habersack.

2019: What voters want from their parties: Testing the promise-keeping assumption.” Electoral Studies, 57: 186-195, first published online 18.12.2018. [Received the ‘2019 POP Prize for Best ECR Publication].

2019: Do populists represent? Theoretical considerations on how populist parties (might) enact their representative function.” Representation, 55(4): 379-392, with Heiko Giebler.

2019: Who do populist radical right parties stand for? Representative claims, claim acceptance and descriptive representation in the Austrian FPÖ and German AfD.” Representation, 55(4): 475-492, first published online 16.07.2019, with Reinhard Heinisch.

2019: “Compulsory voting and ethnic diversity increase invalid voting while corruption does not: an analysis of 417 parliamentary elections in 73 countries.Democratization, 26(2): 288-308, with Ferran Martinez i Coma, first published online: 28.09.2018.

2019:Voters’ preferences for party representation: Promise-keeping, responsiveness to public opinion or enacting the common good.” International Political Science Review, 40(4): 486-501, first published online 23.08.2018.

2019: “Differently Eurosceptic: Radical right populist parties and their supporters.Journal of European Public Policy, 26(12): 1761-1778, with Duncan McDonnell, first published online 23.12.2018.

2018: “Respectable radicals: why some radical right parties in the European Parliament forsake policy congruence.Journal of European Public Policy, 25(5): 747-763, with Duncan McDonnell, first published online: 31 Mar 2017.

2016: “Party responsiveness and voter confidence in Australia.Australian Journal of Political Science, 51(3): 436-457.

2012: “Programmatic Supply and the Autonomy of US State Parties in 2008 and 2010.” Regional & Federal Studies, 22(5): 533-552, with Onawa Promise Lacewell.

2012: “The Supply Side of Second Order Elections. Comparing German National and European Election Manifestos.” German Politics, 21 (1): 91-115, with Sandra Brunsbach and Stefanie John.

2009: “Policies, Institutions and Time. How the European Commission Managed the Temporal Challenge of Eastern Enlargement.”  Journal of European Public Policy, 16(2): 270-285, with Katja Lass-Lennecke.

Book chapters

2021: “Austria: Tracing the Austrian Christian Democrats’ Adaptation to the Silent Counter-Revolution“, In: Bale, T., Rovira Kaltwasser, C. (eds): Riding the Populist Wave. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, with R. Heinisch.

2018: “Decline or Change? Party Types and the Crisis of Representative Democracy.” In: W. Merkel, S. Kneip (eds): Democracy and Crisis. Challenges in Turbulent Times. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, with Heiko Giebler, Onawa Promise Lacewell, Sven Regel.

2016: “Nebenwahleffekte auf der Angebotsseite? Bundestagswahlprogramme 2013 und Europawahlprogramme 2014 im Vergleich.” In: Tenscher, J., Rußmann, U. (eds.): Vergleichende Wahlkampfforschung. Studien anlässlich der Bundestags- und Europawahlen 2013 und 2014. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, with Stefanie John.

2015: “Divided We Fall? Polarization in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election.” In:  Bieber, C., Kamps, K. (eds.): Die US-Präsidentschaftswahl 2012: Analysen der Politik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft, Wiesbaden: Springer VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, with Onawa Promise Lacewell.

2013: “Coder Training: Key to Enhancing Coding Reliability and Estimate Validity.” In: Volkens, A., Bara, J., Budge, I., McDonald, MD., Klingemann, H-D. (eds.): Mapping Policy Preferences from Texts: Statistical Solutions for Manifesto Analysts, Oxford University Press, pp. 169-194, with Onawa Promise Lacewell.

2011: “Wahlprogramme im Vergleich.” In: Tenscher, J. (ed.): Superwahljahr 2009: Vergleichende Analysen aus Anlass der Wahlen zum Deutschen Bundestag und zum Europäischen Parlament. Wiesbaden: Springer VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, pp. 41–64, with Sandra Brunsbach, Stefanie John, Andrea Volkens.

2010: “Germany.” in: Wojciech Gagatek (Hrsg.) The 2009 Elections to the European Parliament – Country Reports. Florence: European University Institute, pp. 89-93, with Sandra Brunsbach, Stefanie John.

Other publications

2021:The Kurz affair has uncovered the Trumpian dimension of Austrian politics.” LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog, 08.11.2021, with Reinhard Heinisch.

2021: “Localising Political Party Appeals” Book Review of Morgenstern, S. 2017 Are Politics Local? The Two Dimensions of Party Nationalization around the World. European Political Science 20(2): 378-380, first published online 14.03.2020.

2018: “Editorial.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 53(1): 1-2, with Renee Jeffery, John Parkinson, Tracey Arklay.

2017: “Editorial.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 52(1): 1-2, with Cosmo Howard, John Parkinson and Renee Jeffery.

2013: “Mythos ‘Volkspartei’. Was niemals war, kann kaum verschwinden.” WZB-Mitteilungen, No. 139, 17-21, with Heiko Giebler, Onawa Promise Lacewell, Sven Regel.

2015-2016: various versions of “The Manifesto Data Collection: South America.” Berlin: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), with Andrea Volkens, Pola Lehmann, Theres Matthiess, Nicolas Merz, Sven Regel.

2011-2016: various versions of “The Manifesto Data Collection. Manifesto Project (MRG/CMP/MARPOR).” Berlin: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), with Andrea Volkens, Onawa Promise Lacewell, Pola Lehmann, Theres Matthiess, Nicolas Merz, Sven Regel, Henrike Schultze.

2014: “Manifesto Coding Instructions, 5th fully revised edition.” Berlin: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), with Onawa Promise Lacewell, Andrea Volkens.

2011: “Manifesto Coding Instructions, 4th fully revised edition.” Berlin: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), with Onawa Promise Lacewell, Andrea Volkens.

2010: “Manifesto Coding Instructions: 3rd fully revised edition.” Berlin: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), with Andrea Volkens.