James Tilley
James Tilley
Professor of Politics, University of Oxford
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Fleeing the centre: The rise of challenger parties in the aftermath of the euro crisis
S Hobolt, J Tilley
West European Politics 39 (5), 971-991, 2016
Measuring subgroup preferences in conjoint experiments
TJ Leeper, SB Hobolt, J Tilley
Political Analysis 28 (2), 207-221, 2019
Is the government to blame? An experimental test of how partisanship shapes perceptions of performance and responsibility
J Tilley, SB Hobolt
The Journal of Politics 73 (2), 316-330, 2011
The New Politics of Class: The political exclusion of the British working class
G Evans, J Tilley
Oxford University Press, 2017
Blaming Europe? Responsibility without accountability in the European Union
SB Hobolt, J Tilley
Oxford University Press, 2014
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 (01), 93-115, 2009
Divided by the vote: Affective polarization in the wake of the Brexit referendum
S Hobolt, T Leeper, J Tilley
British Journal of Political Science 51 (4), 1476-1493, 2021
Clarity of responsibility: How government cohesion conditions performance voting
S Hobolt, J Tilley, S Banducci
European Journal of Political Research 52 (3), 164-187, 2013
How parties shape class politics: Explaining the decline of the class basis of party support
G Evans, J Tilley
British Journal of Political Science 42 (1), 137-161, 2012
Political knowledge and enlightened preferences: Party choice through the electoral cycle
R Andersen, J Tilley, AF Heath
British Journal of Political Science 35 (2), 285-302, 2005
The attribution of credit and blame to governments and its impact on vote choice
M Marsh, J Tilley
British Journal of Political Science 40 (1), 115-134, 2010
British national identity and attitudes towards immigration
AF Heath, J Tilley
International Journal on Multicultural Societies 7 (2), 119-132, 2005
Ageing and generational effects on vote choice: Combining cross-sectional and panel data to estimate APC effects
J Tilley, G Evans
Electoral studies 33, 19-27, 2014
The macroeconomic factors conditioning the impact of identity on attitudes towards the EU
J Garry, J Tilley
European Union Politics 10 (3), 361-379, 2009
The depoliticization of inequality and redistribution: Explaining the decline of class voting
G Evans, J Tilley
The Journal of Politics 74 (4), 963-976, 2012
Who’s in charge? How voters attribute responsibility in the European Union
SB Hobolt, J Tilley
Comparative Political Studies 47 (6), 795-919, 2014
The decline of British national pride
J Tilley, A Heath
The British Journal of Sociology 58 (4), 661-678, 2007
Political generations and partisanship in the UK, 1964–1997
J Tilley
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2002
Libertarian‐authoritarian value change in Britain, 1974–2001
J Tilley
Political Studies 53 (2), 442-453, 2005
Fertile soil: Explaining variation in the success of Green parties
ZP Grant, J Tilley
West European Politics 42 (3), 495-516, 2019
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