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Lawrence Ezrow
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Are niche parties fundamentally different from mainstream parties? The causes and the electoral consequences of Western European parties' policy shifts, 1976–1998
J Adams, M Clark, L Ezrow, G Glasgow
American Journal of Political Science 50 (3), 513-529, 2006
9692006
Understanding change and stability in party ideologies: Do parties respond to public opinion or to past election results?
J Adams, M Clark, L Ezrow, G Glasgow
British journal of political science 34 (4), 589-610, 2004
6782004
Mean voter representation and partisan constituency representation: Do parties respond to the mean voter position or to their supporters?
L Ezrow, C De Vries, M Steenbergen, E Edwards
Party Politics 17 (3), 275-301, 2011
4832011
Is anybody listening? Evidence that voters do not respond to European parties’ policy statements during elections
J Adams, L Ezrow, Z Somer‐Topcu
American Journal of Political Science 55 (2), 370-382, 2011
3972011
Citizen satisfaction with democracy and parties’ policy offerings
L Ezrow, G Xezonakis
Comparative Political Studies 44 (9), 1152-1178, 2011
2422011
Linking citizens and parties: How electoral systems matter for political representation
L Ezrow
Oxford University Press, 2010
2172010
The variance matters: How party systems represent the preferences of voters
L Ezrow
The Journal of Politics 69 (1), 182-192, 2007
2122007
Ideology, party factionalism and policy change: An integrated dynamic theory
I Budge, L Ezrow, MD McDonald
British Journal of Political Science 40 (4), 781-804, 2010
2032010
Who do European parties represent? How Western European parties represent the policy preferences of opinion leaders
J Adams, L Ezrow
The Journal of Politics 71 (1), 206-223, 2009
1962009
Do voters respond to party manifestos or to a wider information environment? An analysis of mass‐elite linkages on European integration
J Adams, L Ezrow, Z Somer‐Topcu
American Journal of Political Science 58 (4), 967-978, 2014
1632014
Parties' policy programmes and the dog that didn't bark: No evidence that proportional systems promote extreme party positioning
L Ezrow
British Journal of Political Science 38 (3), 479-497, 2008
1612008
Research note: On the inverse relationship between votes and proximity for niche parties
L Ezrow
European Journal of Political Research 47 (2), 206-220, 2008
1582008
Responding to voters or responding to markets? Political parties and public opinion in an era of globalization
L Ezrow, T Hellwig
International Studies Quarterly 58 (4), 816-827, 2014
1502014
Globalization, party positions, and the median voter
H Ward, L Ezrow, H Dorussen
World Politics 63 (3), 509-547, 2011
1282011
Party policy diffusion
T Böhmelt, L Ezrow, R Lehrer, H Ward
American Political Science Review 110 (2), 397-410, 2016
1262016
Are moderate parties rewarded in multiparty systems? A pooled analysis of Western European elections, 1984–1998
L Ezrow
European Journal of Political Research 44 (6), 881-898, 2005
1242005
Satisfaction with democracy and voter turnout: A temporal perspective
L Ezrow, G Xezonakis
Party Politics 22 (1), 3-14, 2016
1012016
When does valence matter? Heightened valence effects for governing parties during election campaigns
R Abney, J Adams, M Clark, M Easton, L Ezrow, S Kosmidis, A Neundorf
Party Politics 19 (1), 61-82, 2013
982013
The company you keep: how voters infer party positions on European integration from governing coalition arrangements
J Adams, L Ezrow, C Wlezien
American Journal of Political Science 60 (4), 811-823, 2016
922016
Voter polarization, strength of partisanship, and support for extremist parties
L Ezrow, M Tavits, J Homola
Comparative Political Studies 47 (11), 1558-1583, 2014
912014
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