This page has DCERN members' publications as they relate to DCERN research interests. For each member's full list of publications, including non-DCERN publications, please see their individual webpages, via the DCERN members' page.
- 'Credible Governance? Transparency, Political Control, the Personal Vote, and British Quangos', Political Studies (forthcoming).
- 'Legislative Debate, Policy Entrepreneurship and the Political Economy of U.S. "Think Tanks" ' (with Jeffrey B. Wenger), British Journal of Political Science (forthcoming).
- 'Structural Reform Litigation: Legislative Mandates under Remedial Bargaining' (with Sven E. Feldmann), Journal of Theoretical Politics , v. 18, n. 2 (2006).
- Adrian Blau, The effective number of parties at four scales: votes, seats, legislative power and cabinet power, Party Politics (forthcoming, 2008).
- Adrian Blau, A quadruple whammy for first-past-the-post. Electoral Studies 23.3 (2004), 431-53.
- Adrian Blau, Fairness and electoral reform. British Journal of Politics and International Relations 6.2 (2004), 165-81.
- Adrian Blau, Partisan bias in British general elections, British Elections and Parties Review 11 (2001), 46-65.
- William A. Callahan, Pollwatching, Elections and Civil Society in Southeast Asia, Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate, 2000.
- William A. Callahan, 'Social Capital and Corruption: the Anti-Politics of Reform in Thailand', Perspectives on Politics 3:3 (2005), pp. 495-508.
- William A. Callahan, 'The Discourse of Vote-Buying and Political Reform in Thailand', Pacific Affairs 78:1, special issue on 'Communication and Democracy in Asia', (2005), pp. 95-113
- William A. Callahan, 'Gender, Democracy and Revolutionary Photo Albums', in Cultural Governance and Resistance in Pacific Asia, (London: Routledge, 2006), pp. 71-98.
- William A. Callahan, 'Popular Politics, civil society and social movements', in Cultural Governance and Resistance in Pacific Asia, (London: Routledge, 2006), pp. 99-123.
- William A. Callahan, 'Corruption, political reform and the deferral of democracy', in Cultural Governance and Resistance in Pacific Asia, (London: Routledge, 2006), pp. 124-145.
- Rob Ford (2006) 'Prejudice and white majority welfare attitudes in the UK', Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties , Vol 16 (2) 141-56.
- Jane Green (2007) When Parties and Voters Agree: valence issues and party competition. Political Studies 55(3), 2007.
- Jane Green (2005) Conservative Party Rationality: Learning the Lessons from the Last Election for the Next. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, Vol. 15(1) pp. 111-127. Book chapters
- Jane Green (2007) The Lessons of the 2005 General Election Campaign. In Wring, Dominic., Green, Jane., Atkinson, Simon. & Mortimore, Roger. Eds. Political Communications: The General Election Campaign of 2005. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Philip Cowley and Jane Green. (2005) New Leaders, Same Problems: The Conservatives, in A. Geddes and J. Tonge (Eds) Britain Decides: The British General Election of 2005. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Wring, Dominic., Green, Jane., Atkinson, Simon., & Mortimore, Roger. Eds. (2007) Political Communications: The General Election Campaign of 2005. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Joining Political Organisations: Institutions, Mobilisation and Participation in Western Democracies . Colchester: ECPR Press (forthcoming 2008).
- 'Associational Membership and Social Capital in Comparative Perspective: A Note on the Problems of Measurement', Politics & Society , vol. 30 (3), 2002: 497-523.
- 'Political Participation: Exploring the Gender Gap in Spain', South European Society & Politics, vol. 44 (1), 2000: 223-247.
- "European Integration and Spanish Parties: Elite Empowerment amidst Limited Adaptation" (with L. Ramiro), in Thomas Poguntke, Nicholas Aylott, Elisabeth Carter, Robert Ladrech and Richard Luther (eds.), The Europeanization of National Political Parties: Power and Organizational Adaptation. London: Routledge, 2007.
- "The Political and cultural context of associational life" (with Hanspeter Kriesi & Melanie Walters) in Social Capital and Associations in European Democracies: A Comparative Analysis . William A. Maloney and S Rossteutscher (Eds.). London: Routledge, 2006.
- "Associational Involvement" (with Peter Geurts) in Citizenship and Involvement in European Democracies: A Comparative Analysis . van Deth, Jan W., José Ramón Montero, and Anders Westholm (Eds). London: Routledge, 2006.
- "Women in the Spanish Parliament" (with C. Valiente and L. Ramiro), in Yvonne Galligan and Manon Tremblay (eds.), Sharing Power: Women, Parliament and Democracy . Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005.
- "Latecomers but 'Early-Adapters'. The Adaptation and Response of Spanish Parties to Social Changes" (with L. Ramiro), in Kay Lawson y Thomas Poguntke (eds.), How Parties Respond to Voters. Interest Aggregation Revisited . London: Routledge, 2004: 198-226.
- "Political Participation: Exploring the Gender Gap in Spain", in Gender Inequalities in Southern Europe. Women, Work and Welfare in the 1990s , María José González, Teresa Jurado and Manuela Naldini (Eds.), London: Frank Cass, 2000: 223-247.
- John O'Neill, Markets, Deliberation and Environment (London: Routledge, 2007)
- John O'Neill, 'Representing People, Representing Nature, Representing the World', Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 19, 2001, pp.483-500.
- John O'Neill, 'The Rhetoric of Deliberation: Some Problems in Kantian theories of Deliberative Democracy', Res Publica, 8, 2002, pp.249-268.
- John O'Neill, 'Unified Science as Political Philosophy', Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 34, 2003, pp. 575-596.
- John O'Neill, 'Deliberative Democracy and Environmental Policy', in B. Minteer and B. Pepperman-Taylor, eds., Democracy and the Claims of Nature (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002).
- John O'Neill, Conceptions of Value in Environmental Decision-Making (with Clive Spash) (EVE Policy Research Brief No. 4) (European Commission, Environment and Climate Research Programme, DG XII Brussels, 2000).
- N. Turnbull and A. Vromen, (2006) 'The Australian Greens: political processes', Australian Journal of Politics and History, 52(3), pp. 455-470.
- Fattore, T., Turnbull, N., and Wilson, S. (2003) ' "More Community!" Does the Social Capital Hypothesis Offer Hope for Untrusting Societies?' Australian Review of Public Affairs. 3(3), pp. 165-179.
- Wilson, S. and Turnbull, N. (2001) 'Wedge Politics and Welfare Reform in Australia', Australian Journal of Politics and History, 47(3), pp. 384-402
- Vromen, A. and Turnbull, N. (2006) 'The Australian Greens: challengers to the cartel model', in I. Marsh (ed.), Political Parties in Transition? Federation Press, Sydney, pp. 165-80
- Pusey, M. and Turnbull, N. (2005) 'Have Australians Embraced Economic Reform?' in Wilson, S., Meagher, G., Gibson, R., Denemark, D. and Western M. (eds), Australian Social Attitudes: The First Report, UNSW Press, Sydney, pp. 161-81.
- Turnbull, N. and Vromen, A. (2004) 'Where do the Greens Fit in Election 2004?' Australian Review of Public Affairs, Digest, Available Online.
- Turnbull, N. and Fattore, T. (1999) 'Mutual Obligation and Social Capital: Towards a Critique', in S. Shaver and P. Saunders (eds), Justice and Responsibility: Social Policy for the 21st Century, Vol 1, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, pp. 227-237.