1. (Online first) Which Matters Most: Party Strategic Exit or Voter Strategic Voting? A Laboratory Experiment.

  2. Political Science Research and Methods (with André Blais and Simon Labbé St-Vincent).

  3. [PDF] [Replication] [Online Appendix] [MEDW Blog]

  1. Summary: We report on a series of lab experiments in which we model the behavior of voters and candidates in plurality elections. Candidates can choose to compete on their own or form alliances; voters can vote for one of the candidate/alliance. Compared to previous voting experiments, we consider the behavior of candidates and voters at the same time. We are thus closer to real-life elections. We find that the behavior of candidates and voters interact to reduce the effective number of candidates, but that the behavior of candidates is much more important in that respect.

  1. (2016) Addressing Europe’s Democratic Deficit: An Experimental Evaluation of the Pan-European District Proposal.

  2. European Union Politics 17(4):  525-545 (with Philipp Harfst, André Blais, Sona Golder, Jean-François Laslier, Laura Stephenson, and Karine Van der Straeten).

  3. [PDF] [Replication] [Online Appendix] [MEDW Blog] [LSE Europp Blog]

  1. Summary: We report on an online experiment conducted before the 2014 European election. We aksed voters to report their vote intention assuming that some European deputies were elected in a pan-European district in which all European citizens would have a vote. We created pan-European party-lists based on real European party groups and deputies, and randomized, for each participant, the candidates appearing on the lists. We find that the vote choice on this new ballot is strongly affected by the nationality of candidates. Many voters are willing to pick a different party-list in order to support their co-nationals.

SSCI journals

  1. (2017) Votes for Women: Electoral Systems and Support for Female Candidates.

  2. Politics & Gender 13(1): 107131 (with Sona Golder, Laura Stephenson, and Karine Van der Straeten, André Blais, Philipp Harfst, and Jean-François Laslier).

  3. [PDF] [Democratic Audit Blog]

  1. (2017) How to Survey About Electoral Turnout? The Efficacy of the Face-saving Response Items in Different Contexts.

  2. Political Science Research and Methods 5(3): 575-584 (with Alexandre Morin-Chassé, Laura Stephenson, and  Simon Labbé St-Vincent).

  3. [PDF] [Online Appendix] [OxPol Blog] [MEDW Blog]

  1. (2017) Ticket-splitting in Mixed-member Systems: On the Importance of Seat Linkage Between Electoral Tiers.

  2. West European Politics 40(3): 584-597 (with Pedro Riera).

  3. [PDF] [MEDW Blog]

  1. (2016) Electoral Reform, Values and Party Self-interest.

  2. Party Politics 22(1): 93104.

  3. [PDF] [Replication] [Online Appendix] [MEDW Blog]

  1. (2016) Still Lost in Translation! A Correction of Three Misunderstandings between Configurational Comparativists and Regressional Analysts.

  2. Comparative Political Studies 49(6): 742–774 (with Alrik Thiem and Michael Baumgarnter).

  3. [PDF]

  1. (2015) The International Diffusion of Electoral Systems: The Spread of Mechanisms Tempering Proportional Representation across Europe.

  2. European Journal of Political Research 54(2): 384–410 (with Jean-Benoit Pilet and Pedro Riera).

  3. [PDF] [Replication] [LSE Europp Blog] [Democratic Audit Blog]

  1. (2015) The EuroVotePlus Experiment.

  2. European Union Politics 16(4): 601615 (with Jean-François Laslier, André Blais, Sona Golder, Philipp Harfst, Laura Stephenson, and Karine Van der Straeten).

  3. [PDF]

  1. (2013) Confronting Theories Based on Necessary Relations: Making the Best of QCA Possibilities.

  2. Political Research Quarterly 66(1): 205–210 (with Francesca Luppi).

  3. [PDF] [Replication] [Didactical Material]

  1. (2013) From Niche to Mainstream Method? A Comprehensive Mapping of QCA Applications in Journal Articles from 1984 to 2011.

  2. Political Research Quarterly 66(1): 175–184 (with Benoît Rihoux,  Priscilla Alamos-Concha, Axel Marx, and Ilona Rezsohazy).

  3. [PDF]

  1. (2011) Party Preferences and Electoral Reform: How Time in Government Affects the Likelihood of Supporting a Change.

  2. West European Politics 34(3): 568–586 (with Jean-Benoit Pilet).

  3. Re-printed in Understanding Electoral Reform, Hazan and Leyenaar (eds.) Routledge

  4. [PDF] [Replication]

Other journals

  1. (Accepted) Political Scientists and Electoral Reforms in Europe and Canada: What They Know, What They Do

  2. Election Law Journal (with Camille Bedock and Thomas Ehrhard)

  1. (Accepted) Candidatures endogènes dans les élections pluralitaires: Quelques explications du nombre de candidats et de leur polarisation.

  2. L'Actualié Economique (with Arnaud Dellis and Mandar Oak).

  3. [English Version]

  1. (Accepted) Making Votes Count in Parliament or Government?

  2. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties (with Tom Verthé, Stefanie Beyens, and André Blais).

  1. (2014) The Impact of Election Outcomes on Satisfaction with Democracy under a Two-round System.

  2. French Politics 12(1): 22–35 (with Laurie Beaudonnet, André Blais, and Martial Foucault).

  3. [PDF]

  1. (2014) De l’intérêt de la régression multi-niveau en politique comparée.

  2. Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée 21(2): 8195.

  3. [PDF] [Didactical Material]

  1. (2011) Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) in Public Policy Analysis: An Extensive Review.

  2. German Policy Studies 7(3): 9--82 (with Benoît Rihoux and Ilona Rezsohazy).

  3. [PDF]