- “Simple Politics for the People? Complexity in Campaign Messages and Political Knowledge” (with Roman Senninger), European Journal of Political Research, 2017.
- “What Makes Parties Adapt to Voter Preferences? The Role of Party Organisation, Goals and Ideology” (with Markus Wagner), British Journal of Political Science, 2017.
“Ideological Congruence between Party Rhetoric & Policy-Making”, West European Politics, 2018.
- “Towards a Renewal of the Niche Party Concept: Parties, Market Shares and Condensed Offers”, Party Politics, 2017.
- “Do voters polarize when extreme parties enter parliament?” (with Markus Wagner).
- “Federalism and Party System Fragmentation: On the unintended consequences of increasing decentralization” (with Florian Foos).
- “The Randomness of Issue Ownership Theories: How external shocks drive public perception of party competence.”
- “Clutter: How much information do party manifestos contain?” (with Denise Traber).
- “Taking the Risk to Politicize Europe. How the Prospect of Losing Power Affects Issue Entrepreneurship” (with Tarik Abou-Chadi & Markus Wagner).
- Does Protest Matter? Parties’ Rhetorical Reactions to Protesters’ Claims (PhD Thesis; 3 papers under review & not listed)
- “Invasive Parties” book project
- “How Parties of Niche Origin Become Junior Coalition Partners” (with Patrick Dumont & Kaare Strøm), close to submission.
- “Pieces of the Puzzle: Coalition Formation & Preference Compatibility” (with Patrick Dumont, Albert Falco Gimenó & Indriði H. Indriðason).
Representation & Responsiveness
- “Working in Unison: Political Parties and Policy Issue Transfer in the Multi-Level Space” (with Roman Senninger), European Union Politics, 2018.
- “Minority-Ethnic MPs and the Substantive Representation of Minority Interests in the House of Commons, 2005-2011” (with Thomas Saalfeld), Parliamentary Affairs, 2013.
- “How do Parties React to Protest? The Moderating Effects of Party Ideology and Public Opinion”, under review.
- “Does Timing Matter? How Campaign Periods Affect Parties’ Reactions to the Public”, under review.
- “What Kind of European Union Oversight Do Voters Want from Parties?” (with Roman Senninger).
- Seeking the Personal Vote: How Legislators Exploit the Party Line” (with Florian Foos, Sarah Cohen, Gidon Cohen, Patrick M. Kuhn, Kyriaki Nanou, Nick Visalvanich & Nick Vivyan), funded by British Academy Small Research Grant (2017-2019).
- “The Effects of the Fukushima Disaster on Nuclear Energy Debates and Policies: A Two-Steps Comparative Examination” (with Luca Bernardi, Laura Morales & Maarja Lühiste), Environmental Politics, 2017.
- “Party Policy Diffusion in the European Multi-Level Space” (with Roman Senninger & Lawrence Ezrow).
- “Theorizing Party Policy Diffussion in the European Multi-level Space” (with Roman Senninger & Fabio Wolkenstein).
Public Opinion Formation
- “Invasive Parties: Do voters polarize when extreme parties enter parliament?” (with Markus Wagner).
- “Do the tabloid media create populist attitudes? Identifying the influence of Sun readership on anti-EU attitudes in the UK” (with Florian Foos).
Revolution & Repression
- “Repression as a Double-Edged Sword: Resilient Monarchs, Repression and Revolution in the Arab World” (with Simon Fink), Swiss Political Science Review, 2015.
- “The Economic Costs of Revolution” (with Tobias Rommel).