Ruth Dassonneville
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Macroeconomics, economic crisis and electoral outcomes: A national European pool
R Dassonneville, MS Lewis-Beck
Acta Politica 49 (4), 372-394, 2014
Electoral volatility, political sophistication, trust and efficacy: A study on changes in voter preferences during the Belgian regional elections of 2009
R Dassonneville
Acta Politica 47 (1), 18-41, 2012
Economic indicators and electoral volatility: economic effects on electoral volatility in Western Europe, 1950–2013
R Dassonneville, M Hooghe
Comparative European Politics 15 (6), 919-943, 2017
Explaining the Trump vote: The effect of racist resentment and anti-immigrant sentiments
M Hooghe, R Dassonneville
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (3), 528-534, 2018
The relation between civic education and political attitudes and behavior: A two-year panel study among Belgian late adolescents
R Dassonneville, E Quintelier, M Hooghe, E Claes
Applied Developmental Science 16 (3), 140-150, 2012
Mapping electoral volatility in Europe
R Dassonneville, M Hooghe
Working paper, 1st European Conference on Comparative Electoral Research …, 2011
Age, period and cohort effects in the decline of party identification in Germany: An analysis of a two decade panel study in Germany (1992–2009)
R Dassonneville, M Hooghe, B Vanhoutte
German Politics 21 (2), 209-227, 2012
The Impact of Education on the Development of Political Trust: Results from a Five‐Year Panel Study among Late Adolescents and Young Adults in B elgium
M Hooghe, R Dassonneville, S Marien
Political Studies 63 (1), 123-141, 2015
The effects of civic education on political knowledge. A two year panel survey among Belgian adolescents
M Hooghe, R Dassonneville
Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability 23 (4), 321-339, 2011
Questioning generational replacement. An age, period and cohort analysis of electoral volatility in the Netherlands, 1971–2010
R Dassonneville
Electoral Studies 32 (1), 37-47, 2013
Voters and candidates of the future: The intention of electoral participation among adolescents in 22 European countries
M Hooghe, R Dassonneville
Young 21 (1), 1-28, 2013
Bridging the ideological space: A cross‐national analysis of the distance of party switching
R Dassonneville, Y Dejaeghere
European Journal of Political Research 53 (3), 580-599, 2014
How second order are local elections? Voting motives and party preferences in Belgian municipal elections
S Marien, R Dassonneville, M Hooghe
Local Government Studies 41 (6), 898-916, 2015
A spiral of distrust: A panel study on the relation between political distrust and protest voting in Belgium
M Hooghe, R Dassonneville
Government and Opposition 53 (1), 104-130, 2018
Staying with the party, switching or exiting? A comparative analysis of determinants of party switching and abstaining
R Dassonneville, A Blais, Y Dejaeghere
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 25 (3), 387-405, 2015
Economic policy voting and incumbency: Unemployment in Western Europe
R Dassonneville, MS Lewis-Beck
Political Science Research and Methods 1 (1), 53-66, 2013
Rules, institutions and the economic vote: clarifying clarity of responsibility
R Dassonneville, MS Lewis-Beck
West European Politics 40 (3), 534-559, 2017
Forecasting elections in Europe: Synthetic models
MS Lewis-Beck, R Dassonneville
Research & Politics 2 (1), 2053168014565128, 2015
Gender, Political Knowledge, and Descriptive Representation: The Impact of Long‐Term Socialization
R Dassonneville, I McAllister
American Journal of Political Science 62 (2), 249-265, 2018
Party members as an electoral linking mechanism: an election forecasting model for political parties in Belgium, 1981–2010
M Hooghe, R Dassonneville
Party Politics 20 (3), 368-380, 2014
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