I use (quasi) experiments to study elections and democracy, and on how voters and parties react (and proact ! ) to democratic institutions. I also sometimes try to contribute to methodological debates about the use of surveys and experiments in the social sciences.
I've published 40 papers on the topic. Below is a selection of the 10 papers that I like the most and that are the most representative of my research interests. For a complete list of publications, see .
(2023) . 
Journal of Economic Psychology 95: 102602 (with André Blais, Maxime Coulombe, Jean-François Laslier, and Jean-Benoit Pilet).
(2022) . 
Political Behavior 44(4): 2005–2026 (with Ria Ivandic).
European Journal of Political Research, First View (with Jean-Benoit Pilet, Davide Vittori, and Emilien Paulis).
(2021) ? 
European Journal of Political Research 60(2): 497–505 (with Marco Giani, André Blais, and Peter John Loewen).
(2021) . 
Public Opinion Quarterly 85(4): 957–986 (with Christopher J. Anderson, and Aurelia Ananda).
Government and Opposition 54(1): 167–190.
(2019) . 
Journal of Public Economics 178: 104065 (with Konstantinos Matakos, Orestis Troumpounis, and Dimitrios Xefteris).
(2018) . 
Political Science Research and Methods 6(2): 229–244 (with André Blais, and Simon Labbé St-Vincent).
(2016) . 
European Union Politics 17(4): 525–545 (with Philipp Harfst, André Blais, Sona Golder, et al).
Comparative Political Studies 49(6): 742–774 (with Alrik Thiem, and Michael Baumgartner).