Working Papers

Anthony Bertelli

  • Anthony M. Bertelli and Andrew B. Whitford, ‘Separation of powers and credible commitments: evidence from perceptions of regulatory quality'. Available for download from the Social Science Research Network.
  • Anthony M. Bertelli and Jeffrey B. Wenger, ‘Legislative debate, policy entrepreneurship, and the political economy of U.S. think tanks’, British Journal of Political Science (forthcoming). Available for download from the Social Science Research Network.
  • Anthony M. Bertelli, ‘Credible governance? Transparency, political control, the personal vote, and British quangos’, Political Studies (forthcoming).Available for download from the Social Science Research Network.
  • Anthony M. Bertelli and Peter John, ‘Performance for sale: performance measurement, vote-buying, and evidence from English local government’ (2007).
  • Anthony M. Bertelli and Christian R. Grose, ‘The spatial model and the Senate trial of President Clinton'. Available for download from the Social Science Research Network.

Adrian Blau

  • Adrian Blau, 'Party System Profiles: A New Way of Describing and Categorising Party Systems' (PDF, 505 KB), Public Opinion and Parties annual conference, (2008).
  • Adrian Blau, ‘Rationality and deliberative democracy: a constructive critique of John Dryzek'
  • Adrian Blau, 'Multi-Election Regression of Seats on Votes: A Sensitivity Analysis'

Robert Ford

  • Robert Ford, Matthew J. Goodwin and David Cutts, 'Strategic Eurosceptics, Polite Xenophobes or Angry Men? Support for the UK Independence Party (UKIP) in the 2009 European Parliament Elections'

Rachel Gibson

  • Rachel Gibson (with Wainer Lusoli and Stephen Ward), ‘The Australian public and politics online: reinforcing or reinventing representation?’ (PDF, 248 KB), Australian Journal of Political Science (forthcoming).

Rachel Gibson

  • Rachel Gibson (with Wainer Lusoli and Stephen Ward), ‘The Australian public and politics online: reinforcing or reinventing representation?’ (PDF, 248 KB), Australian Journal of Political Science (forthcoming).

Matthew Goodwin

  • Matthew J. Goodwin, Stephen Greasley, Peter John and Liz Richardson, 'Can we make environmental citizens? A randomised control trial of the effects of a school-based intervention on the attitudes and knowledge of young people' (working paper, 2009) (PDF, 300 KB)
  • Matthew J. Goodwin, 'Activism in extreme right parties: The case of the British National Party (BNP)', working paper (2009) (PDF, 315 KB

Jane Green

  • Jane Green, ‘The Problem of Party Convergence’ (PDF, 318 KB) (under review).
  • Jane Green, ‘Party shifts and electoral penalties: testing theories of party competition in Britain’ (PDF, 197 KB).
  • Jane Green, ‘Opposition party strategy: the British Conservatives 1997 – 2007 ’ (PDF, 149 KB).
  • Jane Green and Will Jennings, ‘Evaluation bias and issue ownership: evidence from the United Kingdom 1971-1997’ (PDF, 414 KB).

Alan Hamlin

  • Alan Hamlin (with Colin Jennings) 'Expressive Political Behaviour: Foundations, Scope and Implications'
  • Alan Hamlin 'Fixed-Term Parliaments: Electing the Opposition.'
  • Alan Hamlin (with Geoffrey Brennan), ‘Revisionist public choice theory’, forthcoming in New Political Economy.
  • Alan Hamlin (with Geoffrey Brennan), ‘Positive constraints on normative political theory’.

Stephan Henneberg

  • Stephan Henneberg (with Robert Ormrod), ‘Political market orientation and strategic party postures in Danish political parties’ (forthcoming in European Journal of Marketing). N.B. Please do not quote from this article until it is published.
  • Stephan Henneberg (with Margaret Scammell and Nick O’Shaughnessy), 'Political marketing management and theories of democracy' (forthcoming in Marketing Theory). N.B. Please do not quote from this article until it is published.

Peter John

  • Peter John (with Anthony M. Bertelli), ‘Performance for sale: performance measurement, vote-buying, and evidence from English local government’ (2007).
  • Peter John (with George Boyne, Oliver James and Nicolai Petrovsky), ‘Satisfied consumers, loyal voters: voter reaction to incumbent performance in English local governments, 1999-2006’.
  • Peter John (with Keith Dowding), ‘The three exit, three voice, and loyalty framework: a test with survey data on local services’, Political Studies (forthcoming).
  • Peter John (with Rosie Campbell and Keith Dowding), ‘The multi-dimensionality of social capital and its relationship to exit and voice’ (2006).

Nick Turnbull

  • Nick Turnbull, 'Legitimation in terms of questioning: integrating political rhetoric and sociology of law' (PDF, 77 KB) (2008).
  • Nick Turnbull, 'Policy analysis and the rhetoric of practice' (PDF, 148 KB) (2007).