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Spatial econometrics

Johan A. Elkink and Raffaella Calabrese (2014), “Estimating binary spatial autoregressive models for rare events”, presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington DC, August 28-31.

Antonio Bubbico, Johan A. Elkink and Martin Okolikj (2014), “Quality of government in Europe: An interaction and network analysis of leading and lagging regions”, presented at the 54th Congress of the European Regional Science Association, St Petersburg.

Raffaella Calabrese and Johan A. Elkink (2014), “Estimators of binary spatial autoregressive models: A Monte Carlo study”, Journal of Regional Science, 54(4), 664-687 [article] [appendix]
     Earlier version: UCD Geary Working Paper WP2012/15 [PDF]

Raffaella Calabrese, Johan A. Elkink and Paolo S. Guidici (2014), “Measuring bank contagion in Europe using binary spatial regression models”, University of Pavia, Department of Economics and Management Working Papers 96. [PDF]

Democratization and regime (de)institutionalization

Alexander Baturo and Johan A. Elkink (2015), “Regime personalization and authoritarian reversal: A study of influence through patron-client networks”, Post-Soviet Affairs, forthcoming.

Alexander Baturo and Johan A. Elkink (2014), “Office or officeholder? Regime deinstitutionalisation and sources of individual political influence”, Journal of Politics, 76(3), 859-872 [article] [replication data]

Johan A. Elkink (2012), “Spatial, temporal and spatio-temporal clustering of democracy”, under revise & resubmit

Johan A. Elkink (2011), “The international diffusion of democracy”, Comparative Political Studies, 44(12), 1651-1674 [article]

Johan A. Elkink (2009), An attitude diffusion model of the international clustering of political regimes, PhD dissertation, self-published [Lulu] [code]

Johan A. Elkink (2003), “Democratic and economic diffusion”, presented at the Joint Sessions of Workshops, ECPR, Edinbourgh [PDF]

Johan A. Elkink (2001), “Differences in democratic sentiment in Russia’s regions explained”, presented at the Joint Sessions of Workshops, ECPR, Grenoble [PDF]

Electoral studies

Johan A. Elkink and Richard Sinnott (2015), “Political knowledge and campaign effects in the Irish vote on the Lisbon Treaty”, Electoral Studies, forthcoming.
     Previously presented at the 1st Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association, Dublin, 2014, June 16-18

Johan A. Elkink and David M. Farrell (eds.), The Act of Voting: Identities, Institutions and Locale. London: Routledge (in press).

Johan A. Elkink, Stephen Quinlan and Richard Sinnott (2014), “The economy and EU referendums: Sociotropic versus pocketbook voting in the 2009 Lisbon Treaty referendum in Ireland”, under revise & resubmit
     Earlier version: Dublin European Institute working paper 11-4 [PDF]

Cees van der Eijk and Johan A. Elkink (2014), “Clay feet tigers? Past and future potential for party switching”, presented at the Politicologenetmaal, Maastricht, June 11-12.

Johan A. Elkink and Thomas Sättler (2012), “When knowledge counts twice: The role of turnout for EU referendum results”, paper presented at the 6th Pan-European Conference on EU Politics, Tampere, September 13-15

Richard Sinnott and Johan A. Elkink (2010), Attitudes and behaviour in the second referendum on the Treaty of Lisbon, report prepared for the Department of Foreign Affairs [PDF] [press release]

Richard Sinnott, Johan A. Elkink, Kevin O’Rourke and James McBride (2009), Attitudes and behaviour in the referendum on the Treaty of Lisbon, report prepared for the Department of Foreign Affairs [PDF] [press release]

Joop van Holsteyn, Ruud Koole and Johan A. Elkink (2002), “Marginaal of midden in de maatschappij? Leden van CDA, D66, PvdA en VVD en hun activiteiten in de samenleving”, Beleid en Maatschappij, 29(2), 67-80

Ruud Koole, Joop van Holsteyn and Johan A. Elkink (2000), Rekrutering en representatie in een representatief bestel. Bevindingen van een empirisch onderzoek onder leden en kiezers van CDA, D66, PvdA en VVD, report prepared for the Department of Interior and Kingdom Relations, The Netherlands

Supervision of PhD students

Martin Okolikj ongoing “Quality of government and incumbents performance: Re-conceptualization of economic voting theory”
Yao Han ongoing “Beyond dependence: Trade and conflict”

Kevin Coffey ongoing “Why do states commit to international criminal justice? Support for the International Criminal Court in Sub-Saharan Africa”
Antonio Bubbico 2014 “Topics in local economic development”

Supervisory panel member
Enrica Pinca ongoing “The evolution of regional economics. The importance of knowledge networks and spillovers for innovation and growth”
Gillian Golden ongoing “Building and applying a spatial microsimulation model for policy analysis and resource allocation in the Irish education system”
Erin Baumann 2013 “Between politics and a hard place: Explaining foreign policy in the post-Soviet space”
Jennifer Jackson 2013 “The social significance of ethnicity in contemporary Northern Ireland and Quebec”
Stephen Quinlan 2012 “Youth electoral participation”
Niall Morris 2012 “Irish foreign policy and its implication for international relations theory”

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