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Recent Publications contains the latest research produced by members of the Government Department, including journal articles, book chapters, books, working papers, and conference papers. A full list of the departments publications can be found at LSE Research Online.

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Architecture and policymaking: comparing experimentalist and hierarchical governance in EU energy regulation
Rangoni, Bernardo (2017) Architecture and policymaking: comparing experimentalist and hierarchical governance in EU energy regulation. Journal of European Public Policy. pp. 1-20. ISSN 1350-1763

Researching norms, narratives, and transitional justice: focus group methodology in post-conflict Croatia
Sokolić, Ivor (2016) Researching norms, narratives, and transitional justice: focus group methodology in post-conflict Croatia. Nationalities Papers, 44 (6). pp. 932-949. ISSN 0090-5992

Sources of information on transitional justice in Croatia
Sokolić, Ivor (2017) Sources of information on transitional justice in Croatia. Croatian Political Science Review, 53 (4). pp. 77-104. ISSN 0032-3241

My neighbour, the criminal: how memories of the 1991-1995 conflict in Croatia affect attitudes towards the Serb minority
Sokolić, Ivor (2017) My neighbour, the criminal: how memories of the 1991-1995 conflict in Croatia affect attitudes towards the Serb minority. Nations and Nationalism, 23 (4). pp. 790-814. ISSN 1354-5078

The plumage and the bird: We need to reappraise what is 'essential' and what 'superfluous' in political life
Barker, Rodney (2017) The plumage and the bird: We need to reappraise what is 'essential' and what 'superfluous' in political life. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Sep 2017). Blog Entry.

Smile or smirk? Why nonverbal behaviour matters in parliamentary hearings
Schonhardt-Bailey, Cheryl (2017) Smile or smirk? Why nonverbal behaviour matters in parliamentary hearings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Sep 2017). Blog Entry.

The difficult emergence of a European people
Bruter, Michael and Harrison, Sarah (2012) The difficult emergence of a European people. In: Hayward, J and Wurzel, R, (eds.) European disunion: between sovereignty and solidarity. Palgrave studies in European Union politics. Palgrave McMillan, pp. 17-31. ISBN 978-1-137-27135-8

Les Jeunes et le vote
Bruter, Michael and Clary, Anne-Julie (2014) Les Jeunes et le vote. Anacej, Paris, France.

The UK in a changing Europe initiative
Bruter, Michael (2014) The UK in a changing Europe initiative. Economic and Social Research, London, UK.

Through the polling booth curtain
Bruter, Michael and Harrison, Sarah (2016) Through the polling booth curtain. In: Blais, André and Laslier, Jean-François and van der Straeten, Karine, (eds.) Voting Experiments. Springer, Switzerland, pp. 323-333. ISBN 978-3-319-40573-5

The impact of Brexit on consumer behaviour
Bruter, Michael and Harrison, Sarah (2016) The impact of Brexit on consumer behaviour. Opinium Research, London, UK.

Electoral imbalances and their consequences
Prato, Carlo and Wolton, Stephane (2017) Electoral imbalances and their consequences. Journal of Politics. ISSN 0022-3816 (In Press)

Punishment and welfare: defending offender’s inclusion as subjects of state care
Coverdale, Helen Brown (2017) Punishment and welfare: defending offender’s inclusion as subjects of state care. Ethics and Social Welfare. pp. 1-16. ISSN 1749-6535

Overseas state outsiders as new sources of patient capital: government policies to welcome sovereign wealth fund investment in France and Germany
Thatcher, Mark and Vlandas, Tim (2016) Overseas state outsiders as new sources of patient capital: government policies to welcome sovereign wealth fund investment in France and Germany. Socio-Economic Review, 14 (4). pp. 647-668. ISSN 1475-1461

Why are neoliberal ideas so resilient in Europe’s political economy?
Schmidt, Vivien A. and Thatcher, Mark (2014) Why are neoliberal ideas so resilient in Europe’s political economy? Critical Policy Studies, 8 (3). pp. 340-347. ISSN 1946-0171

Textual analysis of general surgery residency personal statements: topics and gender differences
Ostapenko, Laura and Schonhardt-Bailey, Cheryl and Walling Sublette, Jessica and Smink, Douglas S. and Osman, Nora Y. (2018) Textual analysis of general surgery residency personal statements: topics and gender differences. Journal of Surgical Education, 75 (5). ISSN 1931-7204 (In Press)

Bringing the study of warfare into theories of nationalism
Hutchinson, John (2017) Bringing the study of warfare into theories of nationalism. Nations and Nationalism, 24 (1). pp. 1-16. ISSN 1354-5078 (In Press)

Post-truth politics, bullshit and bad ideas: ‘Deficit Fetishism’ in the UK
Hopkin, Jonathan and Rosamond, Ben (2017) Post-truth politics, bullshit and bad ideas: ‘Deficit Fetishism’ in the UK. New Political Economy. pp. 1-15. ISSN 1356-3467

When Polanyi met Farage: Market fundamentalism, economic nationalism, and Britain’s exit from the European Union
Hopkin, Jonathan (2017) When Polanyi met Farage: Market fundamentalism, economic nationalism, and Britain’s exit from the European Union. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 19 (3). pp. 465-478. ISSN 1369-1481

What difference does contestation make? Agency and its limits in the Arab uprisings
Chalcraft, John (2015) What difference does contestation make? Agency and its limits in the Arab uprisings. In: Kienle, Eberhard and Sika, Nadine, (eds.) The Arab Uprisings: Transforming and Challenging State Power. I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd., London, UK, pp. 65-94. ISBN 9781784532284

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