Publications

Books

2019: International Populism: The Radical Right in the European Parliament. Hurst/Oxford University Press, with Duncan McDonnell.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

2020 (forthcoming): “Do populists represent? Theoretical considerations on how populist parties (might) enact their representative function.” Representation, accepted 11.07.2019, with Heiko Giebler.

2019:Representation in Western Europe: Connecting party-voter congruence and party goals.” British Journal of Politics and International Relations, published online 18.10.2019.

2019:The Effect of Radical Right Fringe Parties on Main Parties in Central Eastern Europe: Empirical Evidence from Manifesto Data.” Party Politics, published online 29.07.2019, with Reinhard Heinisch, Steven Saxonberg & Fabian Habersack.

2019 (50 free copies): Who do populist radical right parties stand for? Representative claims, claim acceptance and descriptive representation in the Austrian FPÖ and German AfD.” Representation, published online 16.07.2019, with Reinhard Heinisch.

2019 (Open Access): “Reclaiming National Sovereignty: The Case of the Conservatives and the Far Right in Austria.” European Politics & Society, 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.

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.

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 Aug 2018.

2018: “Differently Eurosceptic: Radical right populist parties and their supporters.Journal of European Public Policy, published online 23.12.2018, with Duncan McDonnell.

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

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

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.