‌You can view the annual return of publications from staff in the School by viewing Research Publications by School and you can also access many of the publications in full text at Research Repository UCD. Below are some of our more recent publications.



Aitchison, Guy. Three Models of Republican Rights: Juridical, Parliamentary and Populist. Political Studies, 2017, 65 (2), July. 


Samuel Brazys and Diana Panke. Analysing Voting Inconsistency in the United Nations General Assembly. 2017, Diplomacy and Statecraft, 28 (3). 

Samuel Brazys and Diana Panke. Push and pull forces in the UNGA: analyzing foreign policy change in the context of international norms. International Politics, June 2017, pp: 1-15.

Samuel  Brazys and Alex Dukalksis. Canary in the coal mine? China, the UNGA, and the changing world order, Review of International Studies. 2017. 43 (4). pp. 742-764.



Samuel Brazys and Aidan Regan.  The Politics of Capitalist Diversity in Europe: Explaining Ireland’s Divergent Recovery from the Euro Crisis. Perspectives on Politics, 2017, 15 (2), pp. 411-427.



Samuel Brazys and Diana Panke. Push and pull forces in the UNGA: analyzing foreign policy change in the context of international norms. International Politics, 2017, pp 1–15.

Derek Greene and James P. Cross. Exploring the Political Agenda of the European Parliament Using a Dynamic Topic Modeling Approach. Political Analysis, January 2017, 77-84.

James Cross and Henrik Hermansson. Legislative amendments and informal politics in the European Union: A text reuse approach. European Union Politics, July, 2017. 

Alexander Dukalskis. Failure of authoritarian learning: explaining Burma/Myanmar’s electoral system. Democratization, 2017, November.

Alexander Dukalskis. Myanmar’s Double Transition. Political Liberalization and the Peace Process.  Asian Survey, Vol. 57 No. 4, July/August 2017; (pp. 716-737)



Alexander Dukalskis. Foreign policy change and the International Criminal Court. International Politics, 2017. 


Special issue of Contemporary Politics: Legitimation in Autocracies. Guest Eds: Alexander Dukalskis and Johannes Gerschewski, Vol 3, March 2017.


Alexander Dukalskis. The Authoritarian Public Sphere:  Legitimation and Autocratic Power in North Korea, Burma, and China. 2017, New York: Routledge.



Vincent Durac. Counterterrorism and democracy: EU policy in the Middle East and North Africa after the uprisings. Mediterranean Politics, August 2017, pp 1-19.


Alexander Baturo and Johan A. Elkink. On the importance of personal sources of power in politics: comparative perspectives and research agenda. French Politics, 2017, pp 1–21.


Vladimir Kmec. Religious practices and networks of belonging in an immigrant congregation: the German-speaking Lutheran congregation in Dublin, Journal of Contemporary Religion, 2017, 32(2)




Vladimir Kmec. The establishment of the Peacebuilding Commission: reflecting power shifts in the United Nations, International Peacekeeping, 2017, 24(2).



  Alison Johnston, Aidan Regan. Global Finance, Labor Politics, and the Political Economy of Housing Prices. Politics and Society, 2017, 1-32. 

Aidan Regan, and Samuel Brazys. Celtic Phoenix or Leprechaun Economics? The Politics of an FDI-led Growth Model in Europe. New Political Economy, 2017 

Tobias Theiler. The Microfoundations of Diversionary Conflict. Security Studies. 2017.
Jennifer Todd. The politics of identity change and conflict: An agenda for research. Politics, 2017, Oct.
Jennifer Todd and Bahar Rumelili. Paradoxes of identity change: Integrating macro, meso, and micro research on identity in conflict processes. Politics, 2017, Oct.

Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati, Arusha Cooray, Samuel Brazys. Nothing to hide: Commitment to, compliance with, and impact of the special data dissemination standard. Economics and Politics, 2017.