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‌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 (opens in a new window)Research Repository UCD. Below are some of our more recent publications.

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Constantine Boussalis, Alexander Dukalskis & Johannes Gerschewski (2023) Why It Matters What Autocrats Say: Assessing Competing Theories of Propaganda, Problems of Post-Communism, 70:3, 241-252, DOI: (opens in a new window)10.1080/10758216.2021.2012199

Brazys, S., de Soysa, I., & Vadlamannati, K. C. (2023). Blessing or curse? Assessing the local impacts of foreign direct investment on conflict in Africa. Journal of Peace Research, 00223433231200928.

Brazys, S., Dukalskis, A., & Müller, S. (2023). Leader of the Pack? Changes in “Wolf Warrior Diplomacy” after a Politburo Collective Study Session. The China Quarterly254, 484-493.

Brazys, S., Mahmud, M., & Pillai, A. (2023). Who Gets the Goodies? Overlapping Interests and the Geography of Aid for Trade Allocation in Bangladesh. The Journal of Development Studies59(2), 242-257.

Brazys, S., & Mahmud, M. (2023). The Political Economy of Donor Control and Elite Capture in Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh. The Journal of Environment & Development, 10704965231211592.

John Coakley and Jennifer Todd Negotiating a Settlement in Northern Ireland 1969-2019 Oxford University Press Jan 2020 (paperback 2023)

Dowd, C. (2023). Food-related violence, hunger and humanitarian crises. Journal of Peace Research, 60(6), 935-950. (opens in a new window)https://doi.org/10.1177/00223433221099309

Dukalskis, A., Furstenberg, S., Hellmeier, S., & Scales, R. (2023). The Long Arm and the Iron Fist: Authoritarian Crackdowns and Transnational Repression. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 0(0). (opens in a new window)https://doi.org/10.1177/00220027231188896

Alexander Dukalskis (2023) A fox in the henhouse: China, normative change, and the UN Human Rights Council, Journal of Human Rights, 22:3, 334-350, DOI: (opens in a new window)10.1080/14754835.2023.2193971

Vincent Durac, 'Adversarial Power-Sharing and “Forced Marriages”: Governing Coalitions in Lebanon and Yemen' (with Tamirace Fakhoury), Middle East Law and Governance, 15, 2023.

‘Authoritarian Practice and Fragmented Sovereignty in Post-Uprising Yemen’, Vincent Durac in E. Topak, M. Mekouar and F. Cavatorta (eds) New Authoritarian Practices in the Middle East and North Africa, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2022.

Politics and Governance in the Middle East (Second Edition) (Vincent Durac with Francesco Cavatorta), London: Bloomsbury, 2022

Vincent Durac, Article in 'Yemen' in Christopher Matthews (ed), The Middle East and North Africa 2021, London: Routledge, 2023.

Supriya Garikipati, “Alleviating Period Poverty in the Global South: Information as a Public Policy Instrument”, in K. Standing and S. Parker (eds.), Experiences of Menstruation from the Global South and NorthBritish Academy, Oxford University Press, 2024.

Supriya Garikipati, “Gender Inclusivity of India’s Digital Financial Revolution for Attainment of SGDs: Macro Achievements and the Micro Experiences”, (with M. Duvendack and L. Sonne), European Journal of Development Research, 35(6):1369-1391. https//(opens in a new window)doi.org/10.1057/s41287-023-00585-x

Supriya Garikipati, “What socio-demographic factors support disposable vs. sustainable menstrual choices? Evidence from India’s National Family Health Survey-5”, PLos ONE, 2023, 18(8 August). (opens in a new window)https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0290350

Nicolò Fraccaroli, Aidan Regan & Mark Blyth (2023) Brexit and the ties that bind: how global finance shapes city-level growth models, Journal of European Public Policy, 30:10, 2165-2190, DOI: (opens in a new window)10.1080/13501763.2023.2176531

Joanne McEvoy and Jennifer Todd, ' Constitutional Inclusion in Divided Societies: Conceptual Choices, Practical Dilemmas, and the Contribution of the Grassroots in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland' Cooperation and Conflict, 2023 (opens in a new window)https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/00108367221147790 

Regan, A. Growth models and the comparative political economy of Europe. Comp Eur Polit 22, 1–4 (2024). (opens in a new window)https://doi.org/10.1057/s41295-023-00372-2

Jennifer Todd, Sarah Curristan and Stephanie Dornschneider-Elkink, 'How moderates make boundaries after protracted conflict', British Journal of Sociology, open access, 2022  (opens in a new window)https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-4446.12962

Jennifer Todd and Joanne McEvoy,  'Obstacles to Constitutional Participation: Lessons from Diverse Voices in Post-Brexit Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland', British J of Politics and International Relations, 2023, DOI: (opens in a new window)10.1177/13691481231160044

Jennifer Todd, Joanne McEvoy and John Doyle, 2023,  Time for deliberation, not decision, on the shape of a new United Ireland: evidence from the ARINS Survey focus groups’ Irish Studies in International Affairs, 34.2 open access. 

Vadlamannati, K. C., Brazys, S., Dukalskis, A., & Li, Y. (2023). Building bridges or breaking bonds? The Belt and Road Initiative and foreign aid competition. Foreign Policy Analysis19(3), orad015.

Vadlamannati, K.C., Brazys, S. Does cultural diversity hinder the implementation of IMF-supported programs? An empirical investigation. Rev Int Organ 18, 87–116 (2023). (opens in a new window)https://doi.org/10.1007/s11558-022-09454-4

Valsangiacomo, C. Fighting Political Corruption with the Citizens. Res Publica (2024). (opens in a new window)https://doi.org/10.1007/s11158-024-09659-x

Walsh, D; Neudorfer, N. (2023) Caring is sharing: Why independent commissions in post-conflict societies have power-sharing arrangements: Why independent commissions in post-conflict societies have power-sharing arrangements.'. Journal of Peace Research

Books

(opens in a new window)Professor Patrick Paul Walsh

Walsh, P. P.,  Banerjee, A. & Murphy, E. (2022). (opens in a new window)Partnerships and the Sustainable Development Goals

(opens in a new window)Dr Tobias Theiler

Theiler, T. (2022). (opens in a new window)International functionalism and democracy. European Journal of International Relations, 28(2), 312–336.

Dornschneider, book cover for Hot Contention

(opens in a new window)Dr Stephanie Dornschneider

Dornschneider, S. (2021). (opens in a new window)Hot contention, cool abstention: Positive emotions and protest behavior during the arab spring

Dukalskis, Cover for Making the World Safe for Dictatorship

(opens in a new window)Dr Alexander Dukalskis

Dukalskis, A. (2021). (opens in a new window)Making the world safe for dictatorship

Book cover for Jos Elkink book The New Kreminology

(opens in a new window)Dr Jos Elkink

Elkink, J., Baturo, A., The New Kremlinology: Understanding Regime Personalization in Russia, Oxford University Press

Farrell, Curato et al., Cover for Deliberative Mini Publics

(opens in a new window)Professor David Farrell

Curato, N., Farrell, D., Geissel, B., Grönlund, K., Mockler, P., Pilet, J. -B., et al. (2021). (opens in a new window)Deliberative Mini-Publics Core Design Features. Policy Press

Tonra and Tomic, Cover for 2021 book, Conflict Resolution and Global Justice

(opens in a new window)Professor Ben Tonra

Tomic, N., & Tonra, B. (2021). (opens in a new window)Conflict Resolution and Global Justice: The European Union in the Global Context

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(opens in a new window)Professor Jennifer Todd

Coakley J; Todd J (2020) Negotiating a Settlement in Northern Ireland, 1969-2019: Oxford University Press, USA

Todd, J., & Walsh, D. (2022) (opens in a new window)Unionisms in Times of Change. Routledge.

Book for Unionisms in Times of Change

(opens in a new window)Dr Dawn Walsh

Todd, J., & Walsh, D. (2022) (opens in a new window)Unionisms in Times of Change. Routledge.

Book Chapters

Book Cover for Farrell and Hardiman, The Oxford Handbook of Irish Politics

(opens in a new window)Dr Samuel Brazys and Dr Aidan Regan

Regan, A., & Brazys, S. (2021). The Political Economy of FDI-led Growth in Ireland. In The Oxford Handbook of Irish Politics. Editors: Farrell DM, Hardiman N . Oxford University Press, Oxford 01 Sep 2021. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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(opens in a new window)Professor John Coakley

Coakley, J. (2021). The election in context. In M. gallagher, M. marsh, & T. reidy (Eds.), How Ireland voted 2020: the end of an era (pp. 321-339). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Coakley, J. (2021).(opens in a new window) The Politics of the Presidency. In The Oxford Handbook of Irish Politics, Farrell & Hardiman Eds., (pp. 365-382). Oxford University Press.Available Online

Book Cover for Yom, Societies of the Middle East and North Africa

(opens in a new window)Dr Vincent Durac

Durac, V. (2021). Social mobilization and civil society. In The Societies of the Middle East and North Africa: Structures, Vulnerabilities, and Forces (pp. 75-108).

Book cover for The Palgrave Handbook of European Referendums

(opens in a new window)Dr Jos Elkink

Reidy, T., Suiter, J., Elkink, J. A., & Farrell, D. (2021). The Irish Referendums on Marriage Equality and Abortion. In The Palgrave Handbook of European Referendums (pp. 325-342). Springer International Publishing.

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(opens in a new window)Professor David Farrell

Reidy, T., Suiter, J., Elkink, J. A., & Farrell, D. (2021). (opens in a new window)The Irish Referendums on Marriage Equality and Abortion. In The Palgrave Handbook of European Referendums (pp. 325-342). Springer International Publishing.

Farrell, D., & Field, L. (2021). Beyond electoral representation: Direct and deliberative democracy. In R. Costello, & N. Robinson (Eds.), Comparative European politics: Distinctive democracies, common challenges. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Farrell, D. M., Suiter, J., Harris, C., & Cunningham, K. (2021). (opens in a new window)Ireland’s Deliberative Mini-Publics. In The Oxford Handbook of Irish Politics, Edited by David Farrell and Niamh Hardiman (pp. 626-644). Oxford University Press.

Farrell D; Stone P (2020) 'Sortition and mini-publics: A different kind of representation?' In:  The Oxford Handbook of Political Representation in Liberal Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, USA. 

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(opens in a new window)Dr Graham Finlay

Finlay, G., (2021), (opens in a new window)China, extreme poverty and consequentialist theories of human rights, in Poverty and Human Rights: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Edited by Suzanne Egan and Anna Chadwick, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Book Cover for Farrell and Hardiman, The Oxford Handbook of Irish Politics

(opens in a new window)Dr Iseult Honohon

Honohan, I. (2021). Republicanism and Public Affairs. In D. Farrell, & N. Hardiman (Eds.), (opens in a new window)The Oxford Handbook of Irish Politics (pp. 23-39). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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(opens in a new window)Dr Joseph Lacey

Lacey J; Nicolaidis K (2020) 'Democracy and Disintegration: Does 19 the State of Democracy in the EU Put the Integrity of the Union at Risk?' In:  Governance and Politics in the Post-Crisis European Union. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

The Role of Social Partners in Managing Europe's Great Recession

 (opens in a new window)Dr Aidan Regan

Regan, A. (2020). The rise and fall of social partnership in Ireland. In The Role of Social Partners in Managing Europe's Great Recession. Routledge.


Regan, A., & Kinsella, S. (2021). The political economy of fiscal policy in Ireland. In The Oxford Handbook of Irish Politics. Editors: Farrell DM, Hardiman N . Oxford University Press.

Regan, A., & Brazys, S. (2021). The Political Economy of FDI-led Growth in Ireland. In The Oxford Handbook of Irish Politics. Editors: Farrell DM, Hardiman N . Oxford University Press.

 Riley, Masculinity in Crisis, Cover Image

(opens in a new window)Dr Heidi Riley

Riley H (2020) 'Masculinity and Conflict' In:  Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Book cover for Switzerland-EU Relations

(opens in a new window)Dr Tobias Theiler

Theiler, T. (2021). The cultural roots of Euroscepticism in German-speaking Switzerland and England. In (opens in a new window)Switzerland-EU Relations: Lessons for the UK after Brexit? (pp. 135-147).

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(opens in a new window)Dr Alexa Zellentin

Zellentin A (2020) 'Climate Change and International Ethics' In:  The Routledge Handbook to Rethinking Ethics in International Relations. London: Routledge. 

 Book cover for The Economy of Ireland

(opens in a new window)Professor Patrick Paul Walsh

Walsh, P. (2021). The Political Economy of Sustainable Development. In O. John, O. Francis, & W. Ciara (Eds.), (opens in a new window)The Economy of Ireland: Policy Making in a Global Context (14th edition) (pp. 136-157). UK: Bloomsbury.

Walsh P (Ed.). (2019) Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland. Dublin: Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland    


Journal Articles

(opens in a new window)Assoc Professor Iseult Honohan

 

Dodsworth A; Honohan I (2019) (opens in a new window)'Introduction'. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 24 (5) : 667-675.

(opens in a new window)Assoc Professor Samuel Brazys

Brazys, S., & Kotsadam, A. (2020). (opens in a new window)Sunshine or Curse? Foreign Direct Investment, the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, and Individual Corruption Experiences in Africa. International Studies Quarterly, 64(4), 956-967.


Song, T., Brazys, S., & Vadlamannati, K. C. (2021). (opens in a new window)Which Wheel Gets the Grease? Constituent Agency and Sub-national World Bank Aid Allocation. Journal of Development Studies, 57(3), 519-533.

Brazys, S., Cooray, A., Kolås, Å., & Vadlamannati, K. (2021). Editorial: (opens in a new window)New conversations in development studies. Journal of International Development, 33(6), 947-952.

Brazys S; Dukalskis A (2019) (opens in a new window)'Rising Powers and Grassroots Image Management: Confucius Institutes and China in the Media'. Chinese Journal of International Politics 12 (4) :557-584.

Brazys S; Dukalskis A (2020) (opens in a new window)'China’s message machine'. Journal of Democracy 31 (4) :59-73.

Brazys S; Elkink JA (2020) (opens in a new window)'“Aid for Trade” Effectiveness? Micro-level Evidence from Nepal'. European Journal of Development Research 

Brazys S; Vadlamannati KC (2020) (opens in a new window)'Aid curse with Chinese characteristics? Chinese development flows and economic reforms'. Public Choice 

Saltnes JD; Brazys S; Lacey J; Pillai A (2020) (opens in a new window)'EU aid for trade: Mitigating global trade injustices?'. Third World Quarterly 

Song T; Brazys S; Vadlamannati KC (2020) (opens in a new window)'Which Wheel Gets the Grease? Constituent Agency and Sub-national World Bank Aid Allocation'. Journal of Development Studies 

(opens in a new window)Dr Cristina Bucur

Bucur C (2020) (opens in a new window)'Presidents and Cabinet Payoffs in Coalition Governments'Political Studies Review 18 (1) :30-52.

(opens in a new window)Professor John Coakley

Coakley, J. (2021). (opens in a new window)Is a middle force emerging in Northern Ireland?. Irish Political Studies, 36(1), 29-51. 


Garry, J., Pow, J., Coakley, J., Farrell, D., O'Leary, B., & Tilley, J. (2021). (opens in a new window)The Perception of the Legitimacy of Citizens' Assemblies in Deeply Divided Places? Evidence of Public and Elite Opinion from Consociational Northern Ireland. Government and Opposition, pp.1-20.

(opens in a new window)Assoc Professor James Cross

Cross, J. P., & Vaznonyte, A. (2020). (opens in a new window)Can we do what we say we will do? Issue salience, government effectiveness, and the legislative efficiency of Council Presidencies. European Union Politics, 21(4), 657-679. 


Cross, J. P., Eising, R., Hermansson, H., & Spohr, F. (2021).(opens in a new window) Business interests, public interests, and experts in parliamentary committees: their impact on legislative amendments in the German Bundestag. West European Politics, 44(2), 354-377. 

Cross JP; Greene D (2020) (opens in a new window)'Talk is not cheap: Policy agendas, information processing, and the unusually proportional nature of European Central Bank communications policy responses'Governance 33 (2) :425-444.

(opens in a new window)Dr Thomas Daubler

Däubler, T. (2020). (opens in a new window)Do more flexible lists increase the take-up of preference voting?. Electoral Studies, 68. 

Däubler, T., & Benoit, K. (2021). (opens in a new window)Scaling hand-coded political texts to learn more about left-right policy content. Party Politics, pp.1-11.


Däubler, T. (2021). (opens in a new window)The Personalization of Electoral Rules: How Shifting Influence From Selectors to Voters Affects Party Unity. Political Research Quarterly(opens in a new window)Volume: 75 issue: 1, pp. 160-174

Däubler, T. (2021). (opens in a new window)Maßstäbe politischer Repräsentation. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 62(2), 375-378.

Däubler T (2020) (opens in a new window)'National policy for local reasons: how MPs represent party and geographical constituency through initiatives on social security'Acta Politica 55 (3) :472-491.

Däubler T; Rudolph L (2020) (opens in a new window)'Cue-Taking, Satisficing, or Both? Quasi-experimental Evidence for Ballot Position Effects'Political Behavior 42 (2) :625-652.

(opens in a new window)Dr Stephanie Dornschneider

Dornschneider, S. (2021). (opens in a new window)Exit, Voice, Loyalty ? or Deliberate Obstruction? Non-Collective Everyday Resistance under Oppression. Perspectives on Politics, pp.1-16.

Dornschneider, S. (2021). (opens in a new window)Analyzing ethnographic interviews: Three studies on terrorism and nonviolent resistance. International Political Science Review, 42(2), 149-163. 

Dornschneider, S., & Edmonds, B. (2021). (opens in a new window)Building a Bridge from Qualitative Analysis to a Simulation of the Arab Spring Protests (pp. 229-241).

Dornschneider S; Todd J (2020) (opens in a new window)'Everyday sentiment among unionists and nationalists in a Northern Irish town'Irish Political Studies, 36(2), pp.185-213.   

 

(opens in a new window)Assoc Professor Alexander Dukalskis

Dukalskis, A., & Joo, H. M. (2021). (opens in a new window)Everyday Authoritarianism in North Korea. Europe - Asia Studies, 73(2), 364-386. 

Brazys S; Dukalskis A (2020) (opens in a new window)'China’s message machine'. Journal of Democracy 31 (4) :59-73.

Dukalskis A; Gerschewski J (2020) (opens in a new window)'Adapting or Freezing? Ideological Reactions of Communist Regimes to a Post-Communist World'. Government and Opposition 55 (3) :511-522.

Dukalskis A; Lee J (2020) (opens in a new window)'Everyday Nationalism and Authoritarian Rule: A Case Study of North Korea'. Nationalities Papers 48 (6) :1052-1068.

Brazys S; Dukalskis A (2019) (opens in a new window)'Rising Powers and Grassroots Image Management: Confucius Institutes and China in the Media'. Chinese Journal of International Politics 12 (4) :557-584.

(opens in a new window)Assoc Professor Vincent Durac

Durac, V. (2021). Civil society, social mobilisation and the Arab Spring. Orient, 62(1), 42-49.

Durac V (2019) (opens in a new window)'The limits of the sectarian narrative in Yemen'. Global Discourse 9 (4) :655-673.

(opens in a new window)Assoc Professor Jos Elkink

Baturo, A., & Elkink, J. A. (2021). (opens in a new window)What Countries Select More Experienced Leaders? The PolEx Measure of Political Experience. British Journal of Political Science, pp.1-10. 

Elkink, J. A., & Farrell, D. M. (2021). (opens in a new window)Predicting vote choice in the 2020 Irish general election. Irish Political Studies, 36(4), pp.521-534.  

Brazys S; Elkink JA (2020) (opens in a new window)'“Aid for Trade” Effectiveness? Micro-level Evidence from Nepal'. European Journal of Development Research 

Elkink JA; Farrell DM; Marien S; Reidy T; Suiter J (2020) (opens in a new window)'The death of conservative Ireland? The 2018 abortion referendum'. Electoral Studies 65

(opens in a new window)Professor David Farrell

Suiter, J., Muradova, L., Gastil, J., & Farrell, D. M. (2020). (opens in a new window)Scaling up Deliberation: Testing the Potential of Mini-Publics to Enhance the Deliberative Capacity of Citizens. Swiss Political Science Review, 26(3), 253-272. 

Suiter, J., M Farrell, D., Harris, C., & Murphy, P. (2021). (opens in a new window)Measuring Epistemic Deliberation on Polarized Issues: The Case of Abortion Provision in Ireland. Political Studies Review, pp.1-18. 

Garry, J., Pow, J., Coakley, J., Farrell, D., O'Leary, B., & Tilley, J. (2021). (opens in a new window)The Perception of the Legitimacy of Citizens' Assemblies in Deeply Divided Places? Evidence of Public and Elite Opinion from Consociational Northern Ireland. Government and Opposition, pp.1-20.

Elkink, J. A., & Farrell, D. M. (2021). (opens in a new window)Predicting vote choice in the 2020 Irish general election. Irish Political Studies. 36(4), pp.521-534.

Harris, C., Farrell, D. M., Suiter, J., & Brennan, M. (2021). (opens in a new window)Women’s voices in a deliberative assembly: An analysis of gender rates of participation in Ireland’s Convention on the Constitution 2012–2014. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 23(1), 175-193. 

Elkink JA; Farrell DM; Marien S; Reidy T; Suiter J (2020) (opens in a new window)'The death of conservative Ireland? The 2018 abortion referendum'. Electoral Studies 65

Farrell DM; Suiter J; Cunningham K; Harris C (2020) (opens in a new window)'When Mini-Publics and Maxi-Publics Coincide: Ireland’s National Debate on Abortion'. Representation 

Farrell DM; Suiter J; Harris C; Cunningham K (2020) (opens in a new window)'The Effects of Mixed Membership in a Deliberative Forum: The Irish Constitutional Convention of 2012–2014'. Political Studies 68 (1) :54-73.

O’Malley E; Farrell DM; Suiter J (2020) (opens in a new window)'Does talking matter? A quasi-experiment assessing the impact of deliberation and information on opinion change'. International Political Science Review 41 (3) :321-334.

 (opens in a new window)Assistant Professor Graham Finlay

Föhrer, B., Erne, R., & Finlay, G. (2021).(opens in a new window) Transnational Competence: A Transformative Tool? A Comparison of German and Irish Political Trade Union Education Programs. Labor Studies Journal, 46(2), 182-212.

(opens in a new window)Professor Niamh Hardiman

Dellepiane-Avellaneda, S., Hardiman, N., & Heras, J. L. (2021). (opens in a new window)Financial resource curse in the Eurozone periphery. Review of International Political Economy.

Hardiman N; Metinsoy S (2019) (opens in a new window)'Power, ideas, and national preferences: Ireland and the FTT'. Journal of European Public Policy 26 (11) :1600-1619.

Hardiman N; Spanou C; Araújo JF; MacCarthaigh M (2019) (opens in a new window)'Tangling with the Troika: ‘domestic ownership’ as political and administrative engagement in Greece, Ireland, and Portugal'. Public Management Review 21 (9) :1265-1286.

(opens in a new window)Assoc Professor Iseult Honohan

Dodsworth A; Honohan I (2019) (opens in a new window)'Introduction'. CRITICAL REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 

Honohan I (2020) (opens in a new window)'Just what’s wrong with losing citizenship? Examining revocation of citizenship from a non-domination perspective'. Citizenship Studies 24 (3) :355-370.

(opens in a new window)Dr David Horan

Horan, D. (2020). (opens in a new window)National baselines for integrated implementation of an environmental sustainable development goal assessed in a new integrated SDG index. Sustainability (Switzerland), 12(17). 

Horan, D. (2020). (opens in a new window)Enabling integrated policymaking with the sustainable development goals: An application to Ireland. Sustainability (Switzerland), 12(18). 

Horan D (2019) (opens in a new window)'A new approach to partnerships for SDG transformations'. Sustainability (Switzerland) 11 (18)

School of Politics and International Relations and the UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy UCD; Horan D (2019) (opens in a new window)'Compensation strategies to enact new governance frameworks for SDG transformations'. Public Sector Economics 43 (4) :375-400.

Walsh PP; Murphy E; Horan D (2020) '(opens in a new window)The role of science, technology and innovation in the UN 2030 agenda'. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 154

(opens in a new window)Dr Yoo Sun Jung

Jung, Y. S., Souza, F. D. S., Philips, A. Q., Rutherford, A., & Whitten, G. D. (2020). (opens in a new window)A command to estimate and interpret models of dynamic compositional dependent variables: New features for dynsimpie. The Stata Journal: Promoting communications on statistics and Stata, 20(3), 584-603.

(opens in a new window)Dr Joseph Lacey

Herman, L. E., Hoerner, J., & Lacey, J. (2021). (opens in a new window)Why does the European Right accommodate backsliding states? An analysis of 24 European People’s Party votes (2011–2019). European Political Science Review, 13(2), 169-187. 

Bright J; Garzia D; Lacey J; Trechsel AH (2020) (opens in a new window)'The representative deficit in different European Party Systems: an analysis of the elections to the European Parliament 2009-2014'. Quaderni dell'Osservatorio elettorale. QOE - IJES 83 (1) :45-57.

Saltnes JD; Brazys S; Lacey J; Pillai A (2020) (opens in a new window)'EU aid for trade: Mitigating global trade injustices?'. Third World Quarterly 

(opens in a new window)Dr Richard Maher

Henke, M., & Maher, R. (2021).(opens in a new window) The populist challenge to European defense. Journal of European Public Policy, 28(3), 389-406. 

Maher, R. (2021). (opens in a new window)International Relations Theory and the Future of European Integration. International Studies Review, 23(1), 89-114.

Maher R (2020) (opens in a new window)'International Relations Theory and the Future of European Integration'. International Studies Review 

Maher R (2020) (opens in a new window)'Political decay or renewal in the European Union?’. Journal of European Integration 42 (2) :281-286.

(opens in a new window)Dr Stefan Müller

Müller, S. (2020). (opens in a new window)Media Coverage of Campaign Promises Throughout the Electoral Cycle. Political Communication, 37(5), 696-718. 

Müller, S., & Louwerse, T. (2020). (opens in a new window)The electoral cycle effect in parliamentary democracies. Political Science Research and Methods, 8(4), 795-802. 

Müller, S., & Regan, A. (2021). (opens in a new window)Are Irish voters moving to the left?. Irish Political Studies.

Müller, S. (2021).(opens in a new window) The temporal focus of campaign communication. Journal of Politics, 84(1). 

Boussalis, C., Coan, T. G., Holman, M. R., & Müller, S. (2021). (opens in a new window)Gender, Candidate Emotional Expression, and Voter Reactions during Televised Debates. American Political Science Review, 115 (4): pp. 1242 - 1257.

Bowler, S., Mcelroy, G., & Müller, S. (2021).(opens in a new window) Voter expectations of government formation in coalition systems: The importance of the information context. European Journal of Political Research

Gilardi, F., Gessler, T., Kubli, M., & Müller, S. (2021). (opens in a new window)Social Media and Political Agenda Setting. Political Communication.

Gilardi, F., Baumgartner, L., Dermont, C., Donnay, K., Gessler, T., Kubli, M., et al. (2021). (opens in a new window)Building Research Infrastructures to Study Digital Technology and Politics: Lessons from Switzerland. Political Science and Politics, pp. 1 - 6. 

Müller, S., & Kneafsey, L. (2021). (opens in a new window)Evidence for the irrelevance of irrelevant events. Political Science Research and Methods, pp.1-17.

Jankowski, M., & Müller, S. (2021). (opens in a new window)The incumbency advantage in second-order PR elections: Evidence from the Irish context, 1942–2019. Electoral Studies, 71.

Gilardi, F., Gessler, T., Kubli, M., & Müller, S. (2021). (opens in a new window)Social Media and Policy Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Switzerland. Swiss Political Science Review, 27(2), 243-256.

(opens in a new window)Assoc Professor Aidan Regan

Müller, S., & Regan, A. (2021). (opens in a new window)Are Irish voters moving to the left?. Irish Political Studies

Johnston, A., Fuller, G. W., & Regan, A. (2021). (opens in a new window)It takes two to tango: mortgage markets, labor markets and rising household debt in Europe. Review of International Political Economy, 28(4), 843-873.

Bohle, D., & Regan, A. (2021). (opens in a new window)The Comparative Political Economy of Growth Models: Explaining the Continuity of FDI-Led Growth in Ireland and Hungary*. Politics and Society, 49(1), 75-106.

Fuller GW; Johnston A; Regan A (2020) (opens in a new window)'Housing prices and wealth inequality in Western Europe'. West European Politics 43 (2) :297-320.

Johnston A; Fuller GW; Regan A (2020) (opens in a new window)'It takes two to tango: mortgage markets, labor markets and rising household debt in Europe'. Review of International Political Economy. 

Kneafsey L; Regan A (2020) (opens in a new window)'The role of the media in shaping attitudes toward corporate tax avoidance in Europe: experimental evidence from Ireland'. Review of International Political Economy. 

(opens in a new window)Dr Martijn Schoonvelde

Rauh C; Bes BJ; (opens in a new window)Schoonvelde M (2020) 'Undermining, defusing or defending European integration? Assessing public communication of European executives in times of EU politicisation'. European Journal of Political Research 59 (2) :397-423.

Traber D; Schoonvelde M; Schumacher G (2020) (opens in a new window)'Errors have been made, others will be blamed: Issue engagement and blame shifting in prime minister speeches during the economic crisis in Europe'. European Journal of Political Research 59 (1) :45-67.

(opens in a new window)Dr Andy Storey

Storey A (2019) (opens in a new window)'Authoritarian Neoliberalism in Europe: The Red Herring of Ordoliberalism'Critical Sociology 45 (44050) :1035

(opens in a new window)Professor Jennifer Todd

Todd, J. (2021). (opens in a new window)Unionism, identity and irish unity: Paradigms, problems and paradoxes. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 32(2), 53-77. 

Dornschneider, S., & Todd, J. (2021). (opens in a new window)Everyday sentiment among unionists and nationalists in a Northern Irish town. Irish Political Studies, 36(2), 185-213. 

Todd J (2020) (opens in a new window)'Unionisms and the challenges of change'. Irish Political Studies 

Todd J; Walsh D (2020) (opens in a new window)'Unionisms in times of change: Brexit, Britain, Northern Ireland and the Balkans'. Irish Political Studies 

(opens in a new window)Professor Ben Tonra

Müller, P., Pomorska, K., & Tonra, B. (2021). (opens in a new window)The Domestic Challenge to EU Foreign Policy-Making: From Europeanisation to de-Europeanisation?. Journal of European Integration, 43(5), 519-534.

Tonra, B. (2021). (opens in a new window)Emotion norms: Ireland, Brexit, backstops and protocols. Global Affairs, 7(2), 157-171. 

Tonra B (2019) (opens in a new window)'Brexit and Security'. European Journal of Legal Studies

Tonra B (2019) (opens in a new window)'What role for the high representative post-2019?'. Global Affairs 5 (43955) :287-293.

Tonra B (2020) (opens in a new window)'Teaching EU foreign policy via problem- based learning'. Journal of Contemporary European Research 16 (1) :13-24.

(opens in a new window)Dr Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati

Vadlamannati, K. C., & de Soysa, I. (2020). (opens in a new window)Oil price volatility and political unrest: Prudence and protest in producer and consumer societies, 1980–2013. Energy Policy, 145. 

Vadlamannati, K., & de Soysa, I. (2021). Does Free-Market Capitalism Inhibit Income Equality and Equitable Access to Opportunity? An Empirical Test, 1990-2016. International Political Science Review.

Song, T., Brazys, S., & Vadlamannati, K. C. (2021). (opens in a new window)Which Wheel Gets the Grease? Constituent Agency and Sub-national World Bank Aid Allocation. Journal of Development Studies, 57(3), 519-533. 

de Soysa, I., & Vadlamannati, K. C. (2021). (opens in a new window)Does free-market capitalism drive unequal access to health? An empirical analysis, 1970–2015. Global Public Health, 16(12), 1904-1921. 

Vadlamannati, K. C., Cooray, A., & de Soysa, I. (2021). (opens in a new window)Health-system equity, egalitarian democracy and COVID-19 outcomes: An empirical analysis. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 49(1), 104-113. 

Brazys, S., Cooray, A., Kolås, Å., & Vadlamannati, K. (2021). (opens in a new window)Editorial: New conversations in development studies. Journal of International Development, 33(6), 947-952. 

Brazys S; Vadlamannati KC (2020) '(opens in a new window)Aid curse with Chinese characteristics? Chinese development flows and economic reforms'. Public Choice 

Gehring K; Kauffeldt TF; Vadlamannati KC (2019) (opens in a new window)'Crime, incentives and political effort: Evidence from India'. European Journal of Political Economy 59 :1-20.

Juárez NC; Urdal H; Vadlamannati KC (2020) (opens in a new window)'The significance of age structure, education, and youth unemployment for explaining subnational variation in violent youth crime in Mexico'. Conflict Management and Peace Science  :73889422094632-73889422094632.

Prakash N; Vadlamannati KC (2019) (opens in a new window)'Girls for Sale? Child Sex Ratio and Girl Trafficking in India'. Feminist Economics 25 (4) :267-308.

Song T; Brazys S; Vadlamannati KC (2020) (opens in a new window)'Which Wheel Gets the Grease? Constituent Agency and Sub-national World Bank Aid Allocation'. Journal of Development Studies 

Vadlamannati K; Indra DS (2020) (opens in a new window)'Economic Openness, Health Equity and Health Openness – An Empirical Analysis, 1960-2015'. Global Public Health

Vadlamannati KC (2020) (opens in a new window)'Can IMF program design resurrect investor sentiment? An empirical investigation'. Business and Politics  :339-382.

Vadlamannati KC (2020) (opens in a new window)'Welfare Chauvinism? Refugee Flows and Electoral Support for Populist-Right Parties in Industrial Democracies'. Social Science Quarterly 101 (4) :1600-1626.

Vadlamannati KC; Janz N; de Soysa I (2020) (opens in a new window)'U.S. Multinationals and Human Rights: A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of Extractive Versus Nonextractive Sectors'. Business and Society 

(opens in a new window)Dr Dawn Walsh

Fontana, G., Kartsonaki, A., Neudorfer, N. S., Walsh, D., Wolff, S., & Yakinthou, C. (2021). (opens in a new window)The dataset of Political Agreements in Internal Conflicts (PAIC). Conflict Management and Peace Science, 38(3), 338-364. 

Walsh D (2020) (opens in a new window)'Go Big or Go Home: An Appeal to Let Power-Sharing Do More Not Less'. Ethnopolitics 19 (1) :88-91.

(opens in a new window)Professor Patrick Paul Walsh

Korir, L., Rizov, M., Ruto, E., & Walsh, P. P. (2021). (opens in a new window)Household vulnerability to food insecurity and the regional food insecurity gap in Kenya. Sustainability (Switzerland), 13(16). 

Banerjee, A., Murphy, E., & Walsh, P. P. (2020). (opens in a new window)Perceptions of multistakeholder partnerships for the sustainable development goals: A case study of Irish non-state actors. Sustainability (Switzerland), 12(21), 1-15. 

Walsh PP; Murphy E; Horan D (2020) (opens in a new window)'The role of science, technology and innovation in the UN 2030 agenda'. Technological Forecasting and Social Change 154

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