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De Vries, Catherine; Dinas, Elias and Solaz, Hector (May 2016) You Have Got Mail! How Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations Shape Constituency Service in the European Parliament. Former Series > Working Paper Series > IHS Political Science Series 140, 29 p.

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Eisele, Olga (2017) Complementing, competing, or co-operating? Exploring newspapers’ portrayals of the European Parliament and national parliaments in EU affairs. Journal of European Integration, 39 (4), pp. 435-451. https://doi.org/10.1080/07036337.2017.1281262

Eisele, Olga (2016) Democratic Deaf-icit? Looking at newspapers in Finland, Germany and the UK, it seems that citizens have very different chances to learn what their European representatives are up to. Pademia Research Note Series 5, 4 p.

Eppler, Annegret; Anders, Lisa H. and Tuntschew, Thomas (October 2016) Europe´s political, social, and economic (dis-)integration: Revisiting the Elephant in times of crises. Former Series > Working Paper Series > IHS Political Science Series 143, 28 p.

Ezrow, Lawrence; Böhmelt, Tobias and Lehrer, Roni (March 2017) Exploring the Effects of Party Policy Diffusion on Parties’ Election Strategies. Former Series > Working Paper Series > IHS Political Science Series 144, 48 p.

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Gavenda, Mario (2016) Europhile against all odds: social democrats converge on a pro-integration position in times of politicisation. Pademia Research Note Series 17, 4 p.

Gavenda, Mario and Umit, Resul (2016) The 2016 Austrian Presidential Election: A Tale of Three Divides. Regional & Federal Studies, 26 (3), pp. 419-432. https://doi.org/10.1080/13597566.2016.1206528

Graham, Benjamin A.T.; Miller, Michael K. and Strøm, Kaare W. (July 2016) Powersharing and Democratic Survival. Former Series > Working Paper Series > IHS Political Science Series 141, 41 p.

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Kinski, Lucy (2016) National MPs speak for citizens in the other EU countries, too - more in Germany, less in the UK. Pademia Research Note Series 3, 5 p.

Klein, Elad (2016) Electoral Rules and Party Switching: How Legislators Prioritize Their Goals. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 41 (3), pp. 715-738. https://doi.org/10.1111/lsq.12128

Klein, Elad and Umit, Resul (2016) Safety first: MPs in safe seats are more likely to become ministers in the UK. Pademia Research Note Series 1, 4 p.

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Tan, Netina and Grofman, Bernard (July 2016) The Electoral Authoritarian’s Subtle Toolkit: Evidence from Singapore. Former Series > Working Paper Series > IHS Political Science Series 142, 29 p.

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Umit, Resul (2017) Strategic communication of EU affairs: an analysis of legislative behaviour on Twitter. The Journal of Legislative Studies, 23 (1), pp. 93-124. https://doi.org/10.1080/13572334.2017.1283166

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Warren, Mark E. (June 2017) The All Affected Interests Principle in Democratic Theory and Practice. Former Series > Working Paper Series > IHS Political Science Series 145, 15 p.

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