My papers have tackled 3 topics :

(1) The links between voting and democratic institutions (how people strategically adapt their vote to institutions, and how institutions affect voters' democratic attitudes)

(2) The links between parties and democratic institutions (how parties strategically support some institutions over others, and how institutions shape the incentives for party entry)

(3) Research methods in social sciences (how to derrive accurate survey estimates, and how QCA methods compare to quantitative methods)


Below is a selection of my publications  by topic. For a complete list, see here.



VOTING AND DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS


(2022) Does the Number of Candidates Increase Turnout? Causal Evidence From Two-Round Elections. [Online Appendix]

Political Behavior, First View (with Ria Ivandic).


(2022) Public Support for Citizens' Assemblies Selected through Sortition: Evidence from 15 Countries.

European Journal of Political Research, First View (with Jean-Benoit Pilet, Davide Vittori, and Emilien Paulis).


(2021) What Kind of Electoral Outcome do People Think is Good for Democracy? [Online Appendix]

Political Studies, First View (with André Blais, Shaun Bowler, David M. Farrell, et al).


(2021) The Effect of COVID-19 Lockdowns on Political Support: Some Good News for Democracy? [Online Appendix]

European Journal of Political Research 60(2): 497–505 (with Marco Giani, André Blais, and Peter John Loewen).


(2021) Designing Preference Voting.

Electoral Studies 69: 102262 (with Philipp Harfst, and Jean-François Laslier).


(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) 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).



PARTIES AND DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS


(2021) The Importance of Personal Vote Intentions for the Responsiveness of Legislators: A Field Experiment. [Online Appendix]

European Journal of Political Research 60(2): 455–473 (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) 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).


(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).



RESEARCH METHODS


(2021) Estimating Humanity’s Attitudes About Democracy and Political Leaders: Patterns and Trends. [Online Appendix]

Public Opinion Quarterly 85(4): 957-986 (with Christopher J. Anderson, and Aurelia Ananda*).


(2021) It's a (Coarsened Exact) Match! Non-Parametric Imputation of Abstainers' Vote. [Online Appendix]

Political Science Research and Methods 9(2): 445–450 (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 B. 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).