This is a selection of publications by research topic. For a complete list, see here.
TOPIC 1: HOW PARTIES AND VOTERS ADAPT TO ELECTORAL RULES
(NA) Does the Number of Candidates Increase Turnout? Causal Evidence From Two-Round Elections.
SSRN Working Paper (with Ria Ivandic).
(2020) The Importance of Personal Vote Intentions for the Responsiveness of Legislators: A Field Experiment. [Online Appendix]
European Journal of Political Research, First View (with Thomas Gschwend, Thomas Zittel, and Steffen Zittlau).
(2019) Electoral Rules, Strategic Entry, and Polarization. [Online Appendix]
Journal of Public Economics 178(104065): 1–12 (with Konstantinos Matakos, Orestis Troumpounis, and Dimitrios Xefteris).
(2018) Voting and Satisfaction with Democracy in Flexible-List PR.
Electoral Studies 56: 23–34 (with André Blais, Xavier Gillard, Lidia Nunez Lopez, and Jean-Benoit Pilet).
(2018) Which Matters Most: Party Strategic Exit or Voter Strategic Voting? A Laboratory Experiment. [Online Appendix]
Political Science Research and Methods 6(2): 229–244 (with André Blais and Simon Labbé St-Vincent).
(2018) A Mixed-Utility Theory of Vote Choice Regret. [Online Appendix]
Public Choice 176(3-4): 461–478 (with André Blais and Jean-François Laslier).
(2017) Ticket-Splitting in Mixed-Member Systems: On the Importance of Seat Linkage Between Electoral Tiers.
West European Politics 40(3): 584–597 (with Pedro Riera).
TOPIC 2: WHAT SHAPES PREFERENCE FOR ELECTORAL RULES
(NA) Choosing an Electoral Rule.
SovArvix Working Paper (with André Blais, Maxime Coulombe, Jean-François Laslier, and Jean-Benoit Pilet).
(NA) Public Support for Citizens' Assemblies Selected through Sortition: Survey and Experimental Evidence from 15 Countries.
SocArvix Working Paper (With Jean-Benoit Pilet, Emilien Paulis, Davide Vittori, and Sophie Panel).
(2016) Electoral Reform, Values and Party Self-Interest. [Online Appendix]
Party Politics 22(1): 93–104.
(2015) The International Diffusion of Electoral Systems: The Spread of Mechanisms Tempering Proportional Representation across Europe.
European Journal of Political Research 54(2): 384–410 (with Jean-Benoit Pilet and Pedro Riera).
(2011) Party Preferences and Electoral Reform: How Time in Government Affects the Likelihood of Supporting a Change.
West European Politics 34(3): 568–586 (with Jean-Benoit Pilet).
TOPIC 3: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
(NA) Estimating Humanity’s Attitudes About Democracy and Political Leaders: Patterns and Trends.
APSA Pre-Prints Working Paper (with Chris Anderson and Aurelia Ananda).
(2020) Does Knowing Democracy Affect Answers to Democratic Support Questions? A Survey Experiment in Indonesia. [Online Appendix]
International Journal of Public Opinion Research, First View (with Aurelia Ananda).
(2019) It's a (Coarsened Exact) Match! Non-Parametric Imputation of Abstainers' Vote. [Online Appendix]
Political Science Research and Methods, First View (with Marco Giani).
(2017) How to Survey About Electoral Turnout? The Efficacy of the Face-Saving Response Items in Different Contexts. [Online Appendix]
Political Science Research and Methods 5(3): 575–584 (with Alexandre Morin-Chassé, Laura Stephenson, and Simon Labbé St-Vincent).
(2016) Still Lost in Translation! A Correction of three Misunderstandings Between Configurational Comparativists and Regressional Analysts.
Comparative Political Studies 49(6): 742–774 (with Alrik Thiem and Michael Baumgartner).
(2013) Confronting Theories Based on Necessary Relations: Making the Best of QCA Possibilities. [Pedagological Material]
Political Research Quarterly 66(1): 205–210 (with Francesca Luppi).
(2013) From Niche to Mainstream Method? A Comprehensive Mapping of QCA Applications in Journal Articles from 1984 to 2011.
Political Research Quarterly 66(1): 175–184 (with Benoît Rihoux, Priscilla Alamos-Concha, Axel Marx, and Ilona Rezohazy).
SIDE TOPIC: COVID-19 PANDEMIC
(2020) The Effect of COVID-19 Lockdowns on Political Support: Some Good News for Democracy? [Online Appendix]
European Journal of Political Research, First View (with André Blais, Marco Giani and Peter John Loewen).