Big ideas, little detail: how populist parties talk about referendums in Europe

By Jean-Benoit Pilet with Sergiu Gherghina and Bettina Mitru

An introduction to ‘Religion in the European Parliament: between nation and Europe’

By François Foret

Pluralité des corps politiques et représentation symbolique

Par François Foret

Contagion From Abroad. How Party Entry in Western Europe is Influenced by Party Family Members Abroad, 1961–2016

By Jean-Benoit Pilet with Marc van de Wardt, Gijs Schumacher, and Arjen van Witteloostuijn

SLAPPs against journalists in Europe: Exploring the role of self-regulatory bodies

By Simone Benazzo with Marie Fierens and Florence Le Cam

"Explaining judges" opposition when judicial independence is undermined: insights from Poland, Romania, and Hungary

By Leonardo Puleo and Ramona Coman

Business as usual? How gamification transforms internal party democracy

By Davide Vittori and Cecilia Biancalana

Dealing with a violent past and its remnants in the present: the challenges of remembering the wars in Chechnya in the Chechen Diaspora in the EU

By Aude Merlin with Anne Le Huérou

Gender Gaps in Political Ambition on Different Levels of Policy-Making

By Audrey Vandeleene in collaboration with Robin Devroe, Hilde Coffé and Bram Wauters

How the impossible became possible: evolving frames and narratives on responsibility and responsiveness from the Eurocrisis to NextGenerationEU

By Amandine Crespy and Tom Massart, with Vivien Schmidt

Regulating Disinformation and Big Tech in the EU: A Research Agenda on the Institutional Strategies, Public Spheres and Analytical Challenges

By Alvaro Oleart with Luis Bouza García

A digital principal? Substantive representation in the case of the Italian Five Star Movement

By Davide Vittori with Lorenzo Mosca

Challenging assumptions: investigating measurement sensitivity in substantive representation and its effects on policy satisfaction

By David Talukder

Decolonising EU Trade Relations with the Global Souths?

By Camille Nessel with Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III & Jan Orbie

Do Politicians Outside the United States Also Think Voters Are More Conservative than They Really Are?

By Jean-Benoit Pilet in collaboration with Lior Sheffer, Luzia Helfer, Frédéric Varone, Rens Vliegenthart and Stefaan Walgrave

Gatekeeping, News Values and Selection: Factors Determining the Newsworthiness of Hate Crimes

By Laura Jacobs with Joost van Spanje

Les déclassés: un appât pour les extrêmes?

By Caroline Close

Les secrétariats politiques. Des acteurs discrets et discrétionnaires dans le travail politique du Comité des régions

By Jessy Bailly

Podemos and Syriza, the End of an Era?

By Tiago Moreira Ramalho

Political Parties Abroad. A New Arena for Electoral Politics

By Emilie Van Haute & Tudi Kernalegenn

Time to go: Paths of term limit resilience in sub-Saharan Africa

By Luca Tomini with Andrea Cassani

Understanding how bundles of party reforms are shaped: A snowballing sequence in the French-speaking Belgian liberal party (MR)

By Thomas Legein

Can Democratic Innovations Reconcile Citizens with Representative Institutions?

By Pierre-Etienne Vandamme

Lost in transition? Social justice and the politics of the EU green transition

By Amandine Crespy with Mario Munda

It’s not only about the leader. Oligarchized personalization and preference voting in Belgium

By Jessy Bailly

A regional perspective to the study of affective polarization

By Luca Bettarelli & Emilie van Haute, with Andres Reiljan

Démocratiser le lien représentatif: une sociologie politique des citoyen·nes-contrôleur·euses

By Jessy Bailly

Die Verantwortung der Europäischen Union in der Welt – eine deutsch-nordisch-baltische Perspektive

By Serafine Dinkel

Great minds think alike? Ideological congruence between party members and leadership candidates

By Audrey Vandeleene with Pieter Moens & Bram Wauters

Liberal parties

By Caroline Close and Thomas Legein

When the Far Right Makes the News: Protest Characteristics and Media Coverage of Far-Right Mobilization in Europe

By Pietro Castelli Gattinara with Caterina Froio

Where you live explains how much you trust local (and national) institutions: A study of the Italian case

By Davide Vittori

Mis à jour le 14 février 2024