Party Politics

(The TQCC of Party Politics is 11. 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.)
Changes in Party Identity87
Reacting to the Radical Right81
Intra-Party Politics and Coalition Formation61
A hot topic? Immigration on the agenda in Western Europe60
Implementation of Political Party Gender Quotas58
Dual accountability and the nationalization of party competition: Evidence from four federations55
The Paradox of the Anti-Party Party54
Corruption as an obstacle to women’s political representation54
From class to region45
Immigration, Euroscepticism, and the rise and fall of UKIP44
Political identities: The missing link in the study of populism44
From dusk to dawn40
Love at first sight? Populist attitudes and support for direct democracy37
From protest to power: Autonomist parties in government33
The dimensionality of the Scottish political space32
Party Facts: A database of political parties worldwide32
Parties’ electoral strategies in a two-dimensional political space31
How does decentralization affect electoral competition of state-wide parties? Evidence from Spain31
Party Identification, Political Preferences and Material Conditions29
Fighting for attention: Media coverage of negative campaign messages28
Are digital parties more democratic than traditional parties? Evaluating Podemos and Movimento 5 Stelle’s online decision-making platforms28
How does economic crisis impel emerging parties on the road to elections? The case of the Spanish Podemos and Ciudadanos26
Russian Political Parties and the `Bosses'26
From Dominant to Competitive Party System26
The limits of organizational innovation and multi-speed membership: Podemos and its new forms of party membership25
Political parties, formal selection criteria, and gendered parliamentary representation25
Political personalization and personalized politics within and beyond the behavioural arena25
Ethno-Racial Origins of Candidates and Electoral Performance25
New wine in old bottles: Explaining the dimensional structure of European party systems24
Estimating party positions on immigration: Assessing the reliability and validity of different methods24
From May’s Laws to May’s legacy24
Making the absent present: Political parties and emigrant issues in country of origin parliaments23
How opposition parties sustain single-party dominance23
Becoming part of the gang? Established and nonestablished populist parties and the role of external efficacy23
Refining the theory of partisan alignments22
Women to the rescue: The gendered effects of public discontent on legislative nominations in Latin America22
Drawing from the bargaining pool22
Staying active and focused? The effect of parliamentary performance on candidate renomination and promotion22
Explaining the patterns of contacts between interest groups and political parties: Revising the standard model for populist times21
Parliamentary party cohesion21
The importance of being present21
An initial look into party switching in Africa21
The economic vote at the party level: Electoral behaviour during the Great Recession20
The Structure of Party Alternatives and Voter Choice in Russia20
How protest voters choose19
Close ever, distant never? Integrating protest event and social network approaches into the transformation of the Hungarian far right19
Party choice in Europe: Social cleavages and the rise of populist parties19
Explaining coalition-bargaining outcomes18
Trust across political conflicts: Evidence from a survey experiment in divided societies18
Minority governments and legislative reliability18
Immigration and right-wing populism: An origin story18
Explaining Participation in Intra-Party Elections18
Rethinking intra-party cohesion: Towards a conceptual and analytical framework17
From the Politics of State-Building To Programmatic Politics17
Issue dimensionality and party competition in turbulent times17
From agenda setters to agenda takers? The determinants of party issue attention in times of crisis16
Presidential coattails in coalitional presidentialism16
Policy or person? The electoral value of policy positions and personal attributes in the Finnish open-list system16
Electoral Effects on Party Behavior and Development16
Examining the appointment of women to ministerial positions across Europe: 1970–201515
Beyond the distinction between incumbency and opposition: Retrospective voting at the level of political parties15
The economic determinants of electoral volatility in Africa15
From local to national: Explaining the formation of the Australian Green Party15
Giving content to new politics15
Embedding integration: How European integration splits mainstream parties15
Static and dynamic incentives for Twitter usage in the European Parliament14
Changes in local context and electoral support for the populist radical right: Evidence from Finland14
Radical right parties and anti-feminist speech on Instagram: Vox and the 2019 Spanish general election13
Mandate type, electoral safety, and defections from the party line: The conditional mandate divide in the German Bundestag, 1949–201313
Terror attacks, issue salience, and party competence: Diagnosing shifting vote preferences in a panel study13
Party membership and social movement activism: A macro–micro analysis13
From Inter-Party Debate to Inter-Personal Polemic12
Explaining MPs’ perceptions of voters’ positions in a party-mediated representation system12
Political branding: A consumer perspective on Australian political parties12
Does ostracism affect party support? Comparative lessons and experimental evidence12
Electoral coordination and party system institutionalization12
Economic performance and center-periphery conflicts in party competition12
When do political parties prioritize labour? Issue attention between party competition and interest group power11
Mapping the Norwegian Political Space11
Strategic issue emphasis in parties’ election campaign statements11
Strategic voting in proportional representation systems11
Outsider and Anti-Party Politicians in Power11
From party to leader mobilization? The personalization of voter turnout11