Government and Opposition

(The median citation count of Government and Opposition is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Analysing Women's Substantive Representation: From Critical Mass to Critical Actors251
From ‘Normal Incidents’ to Political Crises: Understanding the Selective Politicization of Policy Failures153
Varieties of Populist Parties and Party Systems in Europe: From State-of-the-Art to the Application of a Novel Classification Scheme to 66 Parties in 33 Countries121
Political Realignment in Advanced Industrial Society: From Class‐Based Politics to Quality‐of‐Life Politics86
Consociational Theory, Northern Ireland's Conflict, and its Agreement. Part 1: What Consociationalists Can Learn from Northern Ireland83
Democratic Accountability and Political Effectiveness from a Cosmopolitan Perspective67
Consociational Theory, Northern Ireland's Conflict, and its Agreement 2.-What Critics of Consociation Can Learn from Northern Ireland58
From the Sociology of Politics to Political Sociology54
Varieties of Inclusionary Populism? SYRIZA, Podemos and the Five Star Movement52
The Global Economics of European Populism: Growth Regimes and Party System Change in Europe (TheGovernment and Opposition/Leonard Schapiro Lecture 2017)44
From Sticks to Carrots: Electoral Manipulation in Africa, 1986–201242
Corruption, Political Stability and Development: Comparative Evidence from Egypt and Morocco38
Five Ways of Institutionalizing Political Opposition: Lessons from the Advanced Democracies37
Civic Participation in a Hybrid Regime: Limited Pluralism in Policymaking and Delivery in Contemporary Russia30
Global Shifts and the Limits of the EU’s Transformative Power in the European Periphery: Comparative Perspectives from Hungary and Turkey30
Party Competition in the 2013 Italian Elections: Evidence from an Expert Survey30
Electoral Mobilization and Authoritarian Elections: Evidence from Post-Soviet Russia29
Party Competition and Government Formation in Multilevel Settings: Evidence from Germany25
From ‘Opening Up’ to Democratic Renewal: Deepening Public Engagement in Legislative Committees24
Populism in Europe: An Illiberal Democratic Response to Undemocratic Liberalism (TheGovernment and Opposition/Leonard Schapiro Lecture 2019)21
What Affects Invalid Voting? A Review and Meta-Analysis20
From Prague to Baghdad: Lustration Systems and their Political Effects20
Economic Intimidation in Contemporary Elections: Evidence from Romania and Bulgaria19
Examining and Explaining the Northern League's ‘U-Turn’ from Europe19
A Zero-Sum Game? Repression and Protest in China17
Electoral Performance by Post-Rebel Parties16
Minority Governments and Pledge Fulfilment: Evidence from Portugal16
Transforming State Visions: Ideology and Ideas in Armed Groups Turned Political Parties – Introduction to Special Issue15
Electoral System Reform in Democracy's Grey Zone: Lessons from Putin's Russia13
Declining Trust in Elites and Why We Should Worry About It – With Empirical Evidence from Germany13
Young and Temporary: Youth Employment Insecurity and Support for Right-Wing Populist Parties in Europe12
Gender Politics and Conservatism: The View from the British Conservative Party Grassroots12
Learning to Depart from a Policy Path: Institutional Change and the Reform of German Labour Market Policy12
Social Capital, Learning and EU Regional Policy Networks: Evidence from Greece12
Shifting Power-Centres of Semi-Presidentialism: Exploring Executive Coordination in Lithuania12
Resisting the Irresistible: ‘Failed Opposition’ in Azerbaijan and Belarus Revisited11
Under the Influence: Pay-Offs to Legislative Support Parties under Minority Governments11
Grand Coalitions and Democratic Dysfunction: Two Warnings from Central Europe11
Ambivalent Moderation: The FMLN’s Ideological Accommodation to Post-War Politics in El Salvador11
The Portuguese Radical Left Parties Supporting Government: From Policy-Takers to Policymakers?11
Online Repression and Self-Censorship: Evidence from Southeast Asia10
Merkel's Germany and the European Union: Between Emergency and the Rule of Rules10
The Difficulty of Justifying European Integration as a Consequence of Depoliticization: Evidence from the 2005 French Referendum9
From Election to Government: Principal Rules and Deviant Cases9
The Perception of the Legitimacy of Citizens’ Assemblies in Deeply Divided Places? Evidence of Public and Elite Opinion from Consociational Northern Ireland9
How Party Systems Shape Local–National Gender Gaps9
The Limits of Resistance Ideologies? The CNDD-FDD and the Legacies of Governance in Burundi9
How is Government Stability Affected by the State of the Economy? Payoff Structures, Government Type and Economic State9
Economic Expectations and Satisfaction with Democracy: Evidence from Italy9
How Do They Get In? Radical Parties and Government Participation in European Democracies8
The Demand and Supply of Parliamentary Policy Advocacy: Evidence from UK Health Policy, 1997–20058
Inequality under Authoritarian Rule8
The Fast Track from the Soviet Union to the World Economy: External Liberalization in Estonia and Latvia8
Letter from Ireland8
Policy Failure and Petroleum Predation: The Economics of Civil War Debate Viewed ‘From the War-Zone’7
Adapting to Peacetime Politics? Rebranding and Ideological Change in Former Rebel Parties7
The Intensity of Government–Opposition Divide as Measured through Legislative Speeches and What We Can Learn from It: Analyses of Japanese Parliamentary Debates, 1953–20137
Constrained Politics: Labour Market Actors, Political Parties and Swedish Labour Immigration Policy7
Multi-Method Research in the Social Sciences: A Review of Recent Frameworks and a Way Forward7
From Fujimori to Toledo: The 2001 Elections and the Vicissitudes of Democratic Government in Peru7
Eroding Support from Below: Performance in Local Government and Opposition Party Growth in South Africa6
Making Progress in Northern Ireland? Evidence from Recent Elections6
From the Revolution to Liberalization6
Explaining the Kurdish Democratic Union Party's Self-Governance Practices in Northern Syria, 2012–186
The Changeableness of Subnational Constitutions: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis6
Resource Dependency and Political Opportunity: Explaining the Transformation from Excluded Political Opposition Parties to Human Rights Organizations in Post-Communist Uzbekistan6
Mainstream Party Strategies Towards Extreme Right Parties: The French 2007 and 2012 Presidential Elections6
Autocracies and the Control of Societal Organizations6
‘Bridges Over Troubled Waters’? The Competitive Symbiosis of Social Democracy and Radical Left in Crisis-Ridden Southern Europe5
Putting Politics in the Lab: A Review of Lab Experiments in Political Science5
Cross-Class and Cross-Ideological Convergences over Time: Insights from the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutionary Uprisings5
With a Little Help from Their Friends: The Consequences of Populists in National Government for Policymaking in Local Government5
Cohesion and Identity: the Maghreb from Ibn Khaldun to Emile Durkheim5
On Liberalization5
The Revolutionary Democracy of Ethiopia: A Wartime Ideology Both Shaping and Shaped by Peacetime Policy Needs5
Political Parties, Social Class, and Economic Policy Preferences5
When Media and Politics Overlap: Inferences from the Italian Case4
The Electoral Success of the Radical Left: Explaining the Least Likely Case of the Communist Party in Graz4
Learning from a Peace Process: Theory, Practice and the Case of Northern Ireland4
The Judicial Review Debate: From Partnership to Friction4
Resource Wealth as Leverage: Natural Resources and the Failure of Non-Violent Campaigns4
Governing from the Centre: the 1977 French Local Elections4
Letter from Romania4
From Occupation to State‐building: Palestinian Political Society Meets Palestinian Civil Society4
From Socialist Unification to Socialist Scission 1966–69: Socialist Unification and the Italian Party System3
How Likely is Proportional Representation in the House of Commons? Lessons from International Experience3
What Governments Want from International Economic Institutions and How they Get It3
Workers’ and Clients’ Mutualism Compared: Perspectives from the Past in the Development of the Welfare State3
Party Mobilization and Electoral Systems3
From ‘Organic’ Legislators to ‘Organicistic’ Interpreters: Intellectuals in Yugoslavia and Post‐Yugoslav States3
Turning-points of Post-communist Transition: Lessons from the Case of Estonia3
Determinants of Government Membership at the Subnational Level: Empirical Evidence from Large Cities in Germany (1999–2016)3
Rebel Groups between Adaptation and Ideological Continuity: The Impact of Sustained Political Participation3
Economic Crisis, Bureaucratic Quality and Democratic Breakdown3
Recommended Accommodation. Arend Lijphart: Democracy in Plural Societies: A Comparative Exploration New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 1977, 248 pages, £10.80.3
How Do Populist Radical Right Parties Differentiate their Appeal? Evidence from the Media Strategy of the Hungarian Jobbik Party2
The Evolution of Party Policy and Cleavage Voting under Power-Sharing in Northern Ireland2
Anti-Corruption Protests and University Students: Evidence from Russian Cities2
Unbuilding from the Inside: Leadership and Democratization in South Africa and South Korea2
From Party Government to Party Governance2
Technocracy, Trust and Democracy: Evidence on Citizens’ Attitudes from a Natural Experiment in Italy2
The Legacy of a Revolution that Never Happened: The Post-War Politics of Former Rebel Party RUFP in Sierra Leone2
Why it Is Indeed Time for the Westminster Model to Be Retired from Comparative Politics2
Spending Levels of Political Parties: An Explanation Based on a Multilevel Analysis2
Support Party Strategies on Important Policy Issues: Results from Swedish Minority Governments2
Gramsci, the Via Italiana, and the Classical Marxist‐Leninist Approach to Revolution2
Denialism and Populism: Two Sides of a Coin in Jair Bolsonaro's Brazil2
Not All Experience is Created Equal: MP Career Typologies and Ministerial Appointments in the Canadian House of Commons, 1968–20152
Who Affects Government Declarations and Why? Contrasting the Left–Right Scale with the Welfare Dimension2
Passing Time, Changing Minds? The Determinants of Faction Membership After Party Fusion2
Identity Change and Rebel Party Political Success2
On World Models and Political Science2