The Politics of Extractivism: Mining, Institutional Responsiveness, and Social Resistance
Several developments over the past decade in Western democracies have sparked worries about political stability. How much should we worry about ideological polarization?
How “Us” and ”Them” Relates to Voting Behavior – Social Structure, Social Identities, and Electoral Choice
Measuring party system responsiveness in contexts where voters have weakly structured belief systems is a challenge. Here is the result of some thought I have put into this over the past years, included in a symposium in European Political Science
Populist Success in Latin America and Western Europe: Ideational and Party-System-Centered Explanations. In K. A. Hawkins, R. E. Carlin, L. Littvay, & C. Rovira Kaltwasser (Eds.), The Ideational Approach to Populism. Concept, Theory, and Analysis