European Journal of Political Research

(The TQCC of European Journal of Political Research is 33. 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.)
Where does turnout decline come from?250
Measuring party orientations towards European integration: results from an expert survey. Research Note181
Ticket-splitting and strategic voting under mixed electoral rules: Evidence from Germany151
From myth to reality: Globalisation and public spending in OECD countries revisited146
Something about young people or something about elections? Electoral participation of young people in Europe: Evidence from a multilevel analysis of the European Social Survey139
The psychological roots of populist voting: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany129
State of the field: How to study populism and adjacent topics? A plea for both more and less focus128
‘Fear and loathing across party lines’ (also) in Europe: Affective polarisation in European party systems123
Who is that (wo)man in the street? From the normalisation of protest to the normalisation of the protester112
How the coronavirus crisis affects citizen trust in institutions and in unknown others: Evidence from ‘the Swedish experiment’108
The business firm model of party organisation: Cases from Spain and Italy106
The politics of policy diffusion75
Learning from the Danish case: A comment on Palle Svensson's critique of the Franklin thesis74
Divergence or convergence? From ever-growing to ever-slowing European legislative decision making71
Assimilation and contrast effects in voter projections of party locations: Evidence from Norway, France, and the USA70
Which decision-making arrangements generate the strongest legitimacy beliefs? Evidence from a randomised field experiment66
From nation-building to building identification with political communities: Consequences of political decentralisation in Spain, the Basque Country, Catalonia and Galicia, 1978-200162
Party patronage in contemporary democracies: Results from an expert survey in 22 countries from five regions60
Cherry-picking participation: Explaining the fate of proposals from participatory processes59
An institutional explanation of party system congruence: Evidence from six federations56
Political performance and types of democracy: Findings from comparative studies52
Still blurry? Economic salience, position and voting for radical right parties in Western Europe51
Does personal contact with ethnic minorities affect anti-immigrant sentiments? Evidence from a field experiment51
Party convergence and vote switching: Explaining mainstream party decline across Europe50
Economic grievances and political protest50
The metamorphoses of corporatism: From classical to lean patterns48
The effects of populism as a social identity frame on persuasion and mobilisation: Evidence from a 15‐country experiment48
The opposition deficit in EU accountability: Evidence from over 20 years of plenary debate in four member states48
Explaining and predicting coalition outcomes: Conclusions from studying data on local coalitions46
From foot-slogging to call centres and direct mail: A framework for analysing the development of district-level campaigning45
Interest group-party linkage in the twenty-first century: Evidence from Denmark, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom44
The importance of input and output legitimacy in democratic governance: Evidence from a population‐based survey experiment in four West European countries43
The politics of international redistribution: Explaining public support for fiscal transfers in the EU43
Controlling immigration? How regulations affect migration flows42
Populism and feminist politics: The cases of Finland and Spain41
Political support among winners and losers: Within‐ and between‐country effects of structure, process and performance in Europe41
How interest groups influence public opinion: Arguments matter more than the sources40
Is civic nationalism necessarily inclusive? Conceptions of nationhood and anti‐Muslim attitudes in Europe38
What can deliberative mini‐publics contribute to democratic systems?38
Economic vote instability: Endogeneity or restricted variance? Spanish panel evidence from 2008 and 201137
Fair treatment, fair play? The relationship between fair treatment perceptions, political trust and compliant and cooperative attitudes cross‐nationally37
The opinion‐policy nexus in Europe and the role of political institutions37
European Community politics and electoral representation: Evidence from the 1989 European Elections Study36
Subnational political opportunity structures and the success of the radical right: Evidence from the March 2004 regional elections in France35
The consequences of supply gaps in two‐dimensional policy spaces for voter turnout and political support: The case of economically left‐wing and culturally right‐wing citizens in Western Europe35
Constitutional courts as veto players: Lessons from the United States, France and Germany34
Responding to the crisis: Eurosceptic parties of the left and right and their changing position towards the European Union34
Theories of coalition formation: An empirical test using data from Danish local government33
Propping up dictators? Economic cooperation from China and its impact on authoritarian persistence in party and non-party regimes33