European Journal of Political Research

Papers
(The TQCC of European Journal of Political Research is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
The effect of COVID‐19 lockdowns on political support: Some good news for democracy?318
Political trust during the Covid‐19 pandemic: Rally around the flag or lockdown effects?148
How the coronavirus crisis affects citizen trust in institutions and in unknown others: Evidence from ‘the Swedish experiment’144
Between governance‐driven democratisation and democracy‐driven governance: Explaining changes in participatory governance in the case of Barcelona35
Regional inequality and institutional trust in Europe32
Under pressure. Economic constraints, electoral politics and labour market reforms in Southern Europe in the decade of the Great Recession28
Class and social policy in the knowledge economy27
Multiple roots of the populist radical right: Support for the Dutch PVV in cities and the countryside26
The more the better? Rule growth and policy impact from a macro perspective26
The partisan nature of support for democratic backsliding: A comparative perspective26
Elite‐public interaction on twitter: EU issue expansion in the campaign24
Male and female politicians on Twitter: A machine learning approach23
Uncooperative society, uncooperative politics or both? Trust, polarization, populism and COVID‐19 deaths across European regions22
Degrees of influence: Educational inequality in policy representation21
From chasing populists to deconstructing populism: A new multidimensional approach to understanding and comparing populism21
Emotions, governmental trust and support for the restriction of civil liberties during the covid‐19 pandemic20
Why are the affluent better represented around the world?19
Bring in the experts? Citizen preferences for independent experts in political decision‐making processes19
Do citizens care about government debt? Evidence from survey experiments on budgetary priorities18
Does counter‐mobilization contain right‐wing populist movements? Evidence from Germany18
Contesting Covid: The ideological bases of partisan responses to the Covid‐19 pandemic17
Confident and cautious candidates: Explaining under‐representation of women in Danish municipal politics17
Technocratic attitudes in COVID‐19 times: Change and preference over types of experts17
Far‐right protest mobilisation in Europe: Grievances, opportunities and resources16
Public opinion towards welfare state reform: The role of political trust and government satisfaction16
Unpacking the politics of legislative debates15
Social status, political priorities and unequal representation15
Competition and interaction: Party ties to interest groups in a multidimensional policy space15
Explaining the immigration policy mix: Countries' relative openness to asylum and labour migration14
Global warming and polarization. Wind turbines and the electoral success of the greens and the populist radical right14
Depression and attitudes to change in referendums: The case of Brexit13
Institutionalising participatory and deliberative procedures: The origins of the first permanent citizens’ assembly13
‘Pinkwashing’ the radical‐right: Gender and the mainstreaming of radical‐right policies and actions12
Legislating or rubber‐stamping? Assessing parliament's influence on law‐making with text reuse12
The electoral roots of unequal representation. A spatial modelling approach to party systems and voting in Western Europe12
The micro–macro interactive approach to political trust: Quality of representation and substantive representation across Europe12
Welfare state reforms and mass media attention: Evidence from three European democracies11
Organised interests in the media and policy congruence: The contingent impact of the status quo11
Issue politicization and social class: How the electoral supply activates class divides in political preferences11
Jurisdiction size and local government effectiveness: Assessing the effects of municipal amalgamations on performance11
Political parties, globalization and labour strength: Assessing differences across welfare state programs10
The importance of personal vote intentions for the responsiveness of legislators: A field experiment10
Ministerial policy dominance in parliamentary democracies10
Rallying in fear? Estimating the effect of the UK COVID‐19 lockdown with a natural experiment10
Having a say or getting your way? Political choice and satisfaction with democracy10
The pandemic and the question of national belonging: Exposure to covid‐19 threat and conceptions of nationhood10
The family policy positions of conservative parties: A farewell to the male‐breadwinner family model?10
No direct taxation without new elite representation: Industrialization and the domestic politics of taxation9
Do party supporters accept policy compromises in coalition governments?9
Voter expectations of government formation in coalition systems: The importance of the information context9
Agenda‐setting under pressure: Does domestic politics influence the European Commission?9
Redistribution attitudes and vote choice across the educational divide9
Public support for state surveillance9
How parties led by a woman redefine their positions: Empirical evidence for women's green, alternative and libertarian agenda9
Threat or corrective to democracy? The relationship between populism and different models of democracy8
What's left after right‐wing extremism? The effects on political orientation8
Testing the input‐process‐output model of public participation8
The effect of women's parliamentary participation on renewable energy policy outcomes8
The scope of exclusionary public response to the European refugee crisis8
Can the use of minipublics backfire? Examining how policy adoption shapes the effect of minipublics on political support among the general public8
Policy responsiveness to all citizens or only to voters? A longitudinal analysis of policy responsiveness in OECD countries8
The legitimacy‐conferring capacity of constitutional courts: Evidence from a comparative survey experiment18
New institutional leadership goes viral EU crisis reforms and the coming about of the covid recovery fund7
Europe's migration crisis: Local contact and out‐group hostility7
Climate politics in hard times: How local economic shocks influence MPs attention to climate change7
Male MPs, electoral vulnerability and the substantive representation of women's interests7
Don't air your dirty laundry: Party leadership contests and parliamentary election outcomes7
Cabinet ministers and inequality7
Do populist values or civic values drive support for referendums in Europe?7
Appealing broadly while appearing unified: Resolving an electoral dilemma7
Political socialization, political gender gaps and the intergenerational transmission of left‐right ideology7
Blame games and democratic responsiveness6
Interest group networks in the European Union6
The party road to representation: Unequal responsiveness in party platforms6
Public support for deliberative citizens' assemblies selected through sortition: Evidence from 15 countries6
Immigration and the sociocultural divide in Central and Eastern Europe: Stasis or evolution?6
Populism's rise in post‐communist countries: Breaking electoral promises and incumbent left parties’ vote losses6
Birds of a feather flock together? The survival of underrepresented groups within parliamentary parties, 1991–20156
Institutional constraints on cabinet formation: Veto points and party system dynamics6
(Same)‐sex in the city: Urbanisation and LGBTI rights expansion6
Subnational economic conditions and the changing geography of mass Euroscepticism: A longitudinal analysis6
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