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Assistant Prof Pubs

  1. (Forthcoming) Putting Politics in the Lab: A Review of Lab Experiments in Political Science.

  2. Government and Opposition.

  1. (2018) Democratic Legitimacy or Regional Representation: Support for Upper Chamber Reform in Scotland and Quebec.

  2. Parliamentary Affairs (with Mike Medeiros and Richard Nadeau).

  3. [PDF] [Online Appendix] [LSE Democratic Audit Blog]

  1. (2017) Political Scientists and Electoral Reforms in Europe and Canada: What They Know, What They Do.

  2. Election Law Journal 6(3): 335–340 (with Camille Bedock and Thomas Ehrhard).

  3. [PDF]

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

  2. West European Politics 40(3): 584597 (with Pedro Riera).

  3. [PDF]

Postdoc Pubs

  1. (2018) A Mixed-Utility Theory of Vote Choice Regret.

  2. Public Choice (with André Blais and Jean-François Laslier).

  3. [PDF] [Online Appendix]

  1. (2018) Which Matters Most: Party Strategic Exit or Voter Strategic Voting? A Laboratory Experiment.

  2. Political Science Research and Methods 6(2): 229244 (with André Blais and Simon Labbé St-Vincent).

  3. [PDF] [Online Appendix]

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

  2. Politics & Gender 13(1): 107–131 (with Sona Golder, Laura Stephenson, Karine Van der Straeten, André Blais, Philipp Harfst, and Jean-François Laslier).

  3. [PDF] [LSE 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): 575584 (with Alexandre Morin-Chassé, Laura Stephenson, and Simon Labbé St-Vincent).

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

  1. (2017) Making Votes Count in Parliament or Government?

  2. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties 17(4): 389-412 (with Tom Verthé, Stefanie Beyens and André Blais).

  3. [PDF] [PSA Blog] [ABSP BePolitix Blog]

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

  2. European Union Politics 17(4):  525545 (with Philipp Harfst, André Blais, Sona Golder, Jean-François Laslier, Laura Stephenson, and Karine Van der Straeten).

  3. [PDF] [Online Appendix] [LSE Europp 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. (2014) The Impact of Election Outcomes on Satisfaction with Democracy under a Two-Round System.

  2. French Politics 12(1): 2235 (with Laurie Beaudonnet, André Blais, and Martial Foucault).

  3. [PDF]

PhD pubs

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

  2. Party Politics 22(1): 93104.

  3. [PDF] [Online Appendix]

  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] [LSE Europp Blog] [LSE Democratic Audit Blog]

  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]

  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. [PDF]