Parliamentary Affairs

(The TQCC of Parliamentary Affairs is 6. 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.)
From Jean-Marie to Marine Le Pen: Electoral Change on the Far Right99
From Big Government to Big Society: Changing the State-Society Balance65
Questions to the Prime Minister: A Comparative Study of PMQs from Thatcher to Cameron42
Britain's First Live Televised Party Leaders' Debate: From the News Cycle to the Political Information Cycle41
Pressure Politics: From 'Insider' Politics to Direct Action?40
Does Citizenship Education Work? Evidence from a Decade of Citizenship Education in Secondary Schools in England34
Mainstreaming in Westminster and Whitehall: From Labour's Ministry for Women to the Women and Equality Unit32
Party Gate-Keeping and Women's Appointment to Parliamentary Committees: Evidence from the Italian Case25
Determinants of Party Cohesion: Evidence from the Case of the Israeli Parliament124
Italian Politics and the 1992 Elections: From ‘Stable Instability’ to Instability and Change23
Enhancing the Substantive Representation of Women: Lessons from Transitions to Democracy23
From Coalition to Catastrophe: The Electoral Meltdown of the Liberal Democrats21
Votes At 16: New Insights from Scotland on Enfranchisement19
Do Ethnic Minority Candidates Mobilise Ethnic Minority Voters? Evidence from the 2010 UK General Election19
Parliamentary Activity, Re-Selection and the Personal Vote. Evidence from Flexible-List Systems18
Austria: a democracy under threat from the freedom party?17
Public service reform from Thatcher to Blair: a third way17
Local Government: From Modernisation to Consolidation16
Committee Assignments: Theories, Causes and Consequences15
Ideology and Party Switching: A Comparison of 12 West European Countries14
Productivity and Reselection in a Party-based Environment: Evidence from the Portuguese Case13
Politics and Popular Music: From Policing to Packaging13
Two Faces of Party Unity: Roll-Call Behavior and Vote Explanations in the German Bundestag13
From Dutch disease to Dutch model? Consensus government in practice13
Power behind the Scenes: The Importance of Informal Space in Legislatures113
Values and the Votes from Mitterrand to Hollande: The Rise of the Two-axis Politics12
Political Disaffection: What We Can Learn from Asking the People12
Same Species, Different Breed: The Conditional Effect of Legislator Activities in Parliament on Re-Selection in a Mixed-Member Electoral System12
Italy: the extreme right comes in from the cold12
Money, Sex and Broken Promises: Politicians’ Bad Behaviour Reduces Trust11
From Membership to Management? The Future of Political Parties as Democratic Organisations11
Sweden’s Parliamentary Democracy at 10010
Between Diversity, Representation and ‘Best Evidence’: Rethinking Select Committee Evidence-Gathering Practices10
A Matter of Life or Death: A Survey Experiment on the Perceived Legitimacy of Political Decision-Making on Euthanasia9
The Rise of Court Government? Testing the Centralisation of Power Thesis with Longitudinal Data from Canada9
The National Audit Office and the Select Committee System 1979–20199
Are Backbenchers Fighting Back? Intra-Party Contestation in German Parliament Debates on the Greek Crisis9
With Happiness and Glory, from your MP: The Use of e-Newsletters in the UK Parliaments9
A Case of ‘You Can Always Get What You Want’? Committee Assignments in the European Parliament9
The Politics of Parliamentary Reform: Lessons from the House of Commons (2001–2005)9
Towards Regulation in the UK: From 'General Good Sense' to 'Formalised Rules'8
Chairing UK Select Committees: Walking Between Friends and Foes8
Local and National Voting in British Elections: Lessons from the Synchro-Polls of 19798
How Public Engagement Became a Core Part of the House of Commons Select Committees8
‘For the Many, Not the Few’: Strategising the Campaign Trail at the 2017 UK General Election7
From One of Us to One of Them: The Socialisation of New MPs7
A Means to an End and an End in Itself: Select Committee Membership, Parliamentary Roles and Parliamentary Careers, 1979–Present7
Conservative Feminists? An Exploration of Feminist Arguments in Parliamentary Debates of the Bundestag17
Brexit and Anti-Parliament Discourses among Conservative MPs (2016–2019)7
Who Gets What? The Interactive Effect of MPs’ Sex in Committee Assignments in Portugal7
Political Parties and MPs’ Morality Policy Voting Behaviour: Evidence from Germany7
France: the front national from crossroads to crossroads?7
Effects of the Mixed Parallel Electoral System in Lithuania: The Worst of All Worlds?6
Recall of MPs in the UK: 'If I Were You I Wouldn't Start from Here'6
Developing Democracy in Kosova: From Grass Roots to Government6
Balancing Costs of Legislative Party Switching in the Danish Parliament 1953–20156
The Televised Leaders' Debate in Britain: From Talking Heads to Headless Chickens6
Select Committees and Brexit: Parliamentary Influence in a Divisive Policy Area6
Intra-Party Group Unity in the European Parliament Prior to its First Direct Elections in 19796
Prompting Legislative Agreement and Loyalty: What Role for Intra-Party Democracy?6
Switzerland: right-wing and xenophobic parties, from margin to mainstream?6