Other Publications

Publications from current or former project members are listed below

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Cross-Pressure and Political Representation in Europe : A comparative study of MEPs and the intra-party arena. PhD Disseration. Umeå universitet, UmeåFull Text

Parliamentary Democracy and the Chain of Delegation. Special issue of European Journal of Political Research, 37(3), 255-429. ISSN 0304-4130.

Parliamentary Democracy in Scandinavia : Shifting Dimensions of Citizen Control. Scandinavian Political Studies, Vol. 27, (2).

Controlling Corruption in the Public Sector. Scandinavian Political Studies, 32: 45-70.

Coalition politics and institutions: Bringing in Central and Eastern Europe. Party government and parliamentary democracy in the new Europe: workshop No. 8. ECPR Joint Sessions, Lisbon, April 14-19 2009.

Two Europes?: Government coalitions and electoral fortunes. The conference on Party Government in the New EU: December 2010 in Lüneburg, Germany.

Who gets into government? Coalition formation in European democracies. West European Politics, Vol. 36 (4), 683-703Open Access

How Parties Govern: Political Parties and the Internal Organization of Government. In Wolfgang C Müller and Hanne Marthe Narud (eds.) Party Governance and Party Democracy : Festschrift to Kaare Strøm (pp. 33–50).

Varför blir det nyval? OM MAKT OCH POLITIK On Power and Politics–Swedish politics in a comparative perspective.

Hur vanligt är det med nya partier i nationella parlament? OM MAKT OCH POLITIK On Power and Politics–Swedish politics in a comparative perspective.

Regeringsbildningen och det inställda extra valet. Statsvetenskaplig tidskrift, Vol. 117, (2), 261-278Full Text

Government formation and breakdown in Western and Central Eastern Europe.  Comparative European Politics. Vol. 13, (3), 345-375.Access

Picking the winner(s) : Forecasting elections in multiparty systems. Electoral Studies, Vol. 40, 1–13.Open Access

Det finns möjligheter till blocköverskridande samarbeten. OM MAKT OCH POLITIK On Power and Politics–Swedish politics in a comparative perspective.

Efter valet 2014: Regeringsbildningen och det inställda extra valet. Statsvetenskaplig Tidskrift, 117(2): 261-278. Open Access

Party debate over Europe in national election campaigns : electoral disunity and party cohesion. European Journal of Political Research Vol. 55, (2), 265–282Open Access

The radical right as drivning force in the electoral arena? In Swen Hutter, Edgar Grande, Hanspeter Kriesi (eds.) Politicising Europe : integration and mass politics (pp. 156–180). Cambridge: Cambridge University PressThe Chapter

Multiparty government and economic policy-making : Coalition agreements, prime ministerial power and spending in Western European Cabinets. Public Choice, 170, 33–62.Open Access

Intra-party Diversity and Ministerial Selection in Coalition Governments. Public Choice, 166, 355–378.Open Access

The parties in government formation. Oxford: Oxford University Press 206–223.

How is government termination affected by the state of economy? : Payoff structures, type of government and economic changes. Government and Opposition. Vol. 54, (2), 280-308

Till death do us part : a comparative study of government instability in 28 European democracies. (PhD dissertation) Umeå universitet, UmeåFull Text

 The verdict in the polls: how government stability is affected by popular support. West European Politics Vol. 42, (3) : 593-617Pre-print version

Kris i regeringsfrågan? In Katarina Barrling och Sören Holmberg (eds.) Demokratins framtid (pp. 269–297). Stockholm: Sveriges riksdag.The Chapter

Regeringsbildningen efter riksdagsvalet 2018. In Lars Nord, Marie Grusell, Niklas Bolin & Kajsa Falasca (eds.) Snabbtänkt : reflektioner från valet 2018 av ledande forskare (pp. 21–22). Sundsvall: DEMICOM, MittuniversitetetThe Chapter

Governmental participation and alliances of liberal parties in Europe. In Caroline Close & Emilie van Haute (eds.) Liberal parties in Europe (pp. 310–325). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.Access

Government instability and the state. Political Science Research and Methods. Vol. 7, (3): 579 - 594Pre-print version

Minority government as the norm. Evans, M. (Ed.). (2019). Coalition Government as a Reflection of a Nation’s Politics and Society: A Comparative Study of Parliamentary Parties and Cabinets in 12 Countries (1st ed.). Routledge.

Coalition Agreements, Issue Attention, and Cabinet Governance. Comparative Political Studies, 52(13–14), 1995–2031.

The distribution of ministerial posts in parliamentary democracies. IN Andeweg, Rudy B. and others (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Political Executives, Oxford Handbooks (Oxford Academic).

Sweden’s parliamentary democracy at 100. Parliamentary Affairs, 73 (3):477–502.Open Access

Institutional constraints on cabinet formation: Veto points and party system dynamics. European Journal of Political Research, 60 (2): 295-316.Open Access

134 dagar: Om regeringsbildningen efter valet 2018. Göteborg: Makadam förlag.Full Text

Government termination in Europe: a sensitivity analysis. West European Politics. 45 (3): 591-611Open Access

Electoral Cycles in Government Policy Making: Strategic Timing of Austerity Reform Measures in Western Europe. British Journal of Political Science, 51(1), 331-352.Open Access

Demokratirådets rapport 2021: polariseringen i Sverige. Stockholm: SNS förlag.Full Text

Coalition agreements and governments’ policy-making productivity. West European Politics, Open Access

Minority governments in Sweden : Majority cabinets in disguise. in Bonnie N Field, and Shane Martin (eds), Minority Governments in Comparative Perspective, Comparative Politics (Oxford, Oxford Academic).

Ministerial Autonomy, Parliamentary Scrutiny and Government Reform Output in Parliamentary Democracies. Comparative Political Studies, 55(2), 254–286.Open Access

Party-system polarisation, legislative institutions and cabinet survival in 28 parliamentary democracies, 1945–2019. West European Politics 45(3): 612-637.

Now You see me, now You don’t: Anticipatory coalitional strategies in European representative democracies Government and Opposition, 1-22.Open Access

Pre-electoral coalitions, familiarity, and delays in government formation West European Politics, 47(1): 88-112Open Access

Coalition dynamics: advances in the study of the coalition life cycle West European Politics, 47(1): 1-30Open Access