VOTERS’ REACTION TO GOVERNMENT COMPROMISE
The project addresses the following research questions:
- which coalition compromises are more likely to be accepted by voters?
- which citizens are more likely to accept or resist coalition compromises?
- what short and long term consequences coalition compromises have on voters?
For full information visit: https://compromisereaction.github.io/.
RETROSPECTIVE VOTING AND ACCOUNTABILITY
- Patterns of intra-government conflict and democratic accountability (with Sylvia Kritzinger) (under review)
- Who’s to Blame? How Performance Evaluation and Partisanship Influence Responsibility Attribution in Coalition Governments (with Sylvia Kritzinger and Jae-Jae Spoon) (under review)
VOTERS’ SATISFACTION AND ELECTORAL RULES
- Do European Elections Enhance Satisfaction with European Union Democracy? (with André Blais and Jean-Francois Daoust) (R&R)
- Is there a SWD gap? (with André Blais and Jean-Francois Daoust) (under review)
- Voting for policy when it matters: How government alternation shapes voter incentives to engage in compensational voting (with Francesco Zucchini) (under review)
- Choosing to vote as usual (with André Blais and Semra Sevi) (under review)
- Government formation in the eyes of the voters: Do voters want to maximize office or policy? (with André Blais and Semra Sevi) (under review)
OTHER PROJECTS/WORKING PAPERS
- National identity profiles and support for the European Union (with Julian Aichholzer and Sylvia Kritzinger (R&R)
- The effects of cross-cutting exposure on populist and anti-immigrant attitudes (with Hyunjin Song) (under review)
- When do elite messages move public opinion? Party cues and issue complexity in Brexit negotiations (with Magdalena Staniek)
- Values dilemma or democratic compromise? The case of welfare entitlements for native citizens and immigrants