Jae-Jae Spoon
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A vote against Europe? Explaining defection at the 1999 and 2004 European Parliament elections
SB Hobolt, JJ Spoon, J Tilley
British journal of political science 39 (1), 93-115, 2009
Going green: Explaining issue competition on the environment
JJ Spoon, SB Hobolt, CE De Vries
European Journal of Political Research 53 (2), 363-380, 2014
Who responds? Voters, parties and issue attention
H Klüver, JJ Spoon
British Journal of Political Science 46 (3), 633-654, 2016
Motivating the European voter: Parties, issues and campaigns in European Parliament elections
SB Hobolt, JJ Spoon
European Journal of Political Research 51 (6), 701-727, 2012
Do parties respond? How electoral context influences party responsiveness
JJ Spoon, H Klüver
Electoral Studies 35, 48-60, 2014
Political survival of small parties in Europe
JJ Spoon
University of Michigan Press, 2011
Party convergence and vote switching: Explaining mainstream party decline across Europe
JJ Spoon, H Klüver
European Journal of Political Research 58 (4), 1021-1042, 2019
Thinking locally, acting supranationally: Niche party behaviour in the European Parliament
CB Jensen, JJ Spoon
European Journal of Political Research 49 (2), 174-201, 2010
Testing the ‘Party Matters' thesis: Explaining progress towards Kyoto protocol targets
CB Jensen, JJ Spoon
Political Studies 59 (1), 99-115, 2011
Helping or hurting? How governing as a junior coalition partner influences electoral outcomes
H Klüver, JJ Spoon
The Journal of Politics 82 (4), 1231-1242, 2020
Responding to far right challengers: does accommodation pay off?
JJ Spoon, H Klüver
Domestic Contestation of the European Union, 113-131, 2021
Holding their own: Explaining the persistence of Green parties in France and the UK
JJ Spoon
Party Politics 15 (5), 615-634, 2009
Voter polarisation and party responsiveness: Why parties emphasise divided issues, but remain silent on unified issues
JJ Spoon, H Klüver
European journal of political research 54 (2), 343-362, 2015
Bringing salience back in: Explaining voting defection in the European Parliament
H Klüver, JJ Spoon
Party Politics 21 (4), 553-564, 2015
Differentiated party response: The effect of Euroskeptic public opinion on party positions
C Williams, JJ Spoon
European Union Politics 16 (2), 176-193, 2015
How salient is Europe? An analysis of European election manifestos, 1979–2004
JJ Spoon
European Union Politics 13 (4), 558-579, 2012
The path from trade to right-wing populism in Europe
J Hays, J Lim, JJ Spoon
Electoral Studies 60, 102038, 2019
Does anybody notice? How policy positions of coalition parties are perceived by voters
JJ Spoon, H Klüver
European Journal of Political Research 56 (1), 115-132, 2017
Compelled without direction: Compulsory voting and party system spreading
CB Jensen, JJ Spoon
Electoral Studies 30 (4), 700-711, 2011
It takes two: How Eurosceptic public opinion and party divisions influence party positions
JJ Spoon, C Williams
West European Politics 40 (4), 741-762, 2017
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