Book chapter Political Knowledge among Romanians: Where Does it Matter and Why? (translated from Romanina), in Elections for the European Parliament (translated from Romanina). Mircea Comșa, Andrei Gheorghiță, Claudiu D. Tufiș (eds.) Bucharest: POLIROM, pp. 171-201. Authors: Paul Weith and Sebastian Popa.
Informarea politică a românilor: Unde contează și de ce? Un studiu comparativ al alegerilor parlamentare și europarlamentare
Alegeri pentru parlamentul european
Book chapter Electoral Competence and Political Ignorance: Romania in December 2004 (translated from Romanina), in Studii Politice IV. Boari, V. Gherghina, S. (Eds). Cluj-Napoca: Cluj University Press, 99-135. 2010. Author: Paul Weith.
Competenta electorală si ignoranta politică: România în decembrie 2004
Studii Politice IV
Book review published in the journal of European Political Science, Volume 9, Issue 4 (December 2010), pages 533-543. Book reviewed: Degrees of Democracy. Politics, Public Opinion, and Policy. Stuart N. Soroka and Christopher Wlezien (eds.) (New York, Cambridge University Press, 2010), 241pp., ISBN: 978 0 5216 8789 8
'How do candidates spend their money? Objects of campaign spending and the effectiveness of diversification'
Electoral Studies, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 10 October 2010. Electoral Studies (2010), doi:10.1016/j.electstud.2010.09.007. Authors Maria Laura Sudulich and Matthew Wall.
Published in the Journal of Information Technology & Politics, Volume 7, Issue 4 October 2010, pages 340 - 355. Authors Maria Laura Sudulich and Matthew Wall.
'Me too for web 2.0? Patterns of online campaigning among candidates in the 2010 UK general election'
Paper presented at the Internet, Politics, Policy 2010: An Impact Assessment Conference, Oxford, UK September 2010. Organised by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII, University of Oxford) on behalf of the OII-edited academic journal Policy and Internet. Authors Maria Laura Sudulich, Matthew Wall, Elmar Jansen and Kevin Cunningham.
'What are the odds? Using Constituency-level betting markets to forecast seat shares in the 2010 UK general elections'
Paper presented at the Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Annual Conference at the University of Essex, UK, September 2010. Authors Matthew Wall, Kevin Cunningham, Maria Laura Sudulich and Elmar Jansen.
Looking For Narrative Transportation. Analysis of Candidates McCain and Obama's Rhetoric During the 2008 Presidential Campaign
Paper presented at the 2010 International Communication Association Conference, Singapore, June 2010. Authors Thomas Vitiello and Malte Carlos Hinrichsen.
Working paper presented at the Fifth Pan-European Conference on EU Politics, in the panel Assigning Credit and Blame in the European Union. Porto, Portugal, June 2010. Authors Traci L. Wilson, Sara Binzer Hobolt and Geoffrey Evans.
The news coverage of the 2004 European elections in the new member states: The cases of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Paper presented at the Fifth Pan-European Conference on EU Politics, Porto, Portugal, June 2010. Author Marketa Bilska.
“Putting the World Together: Dimensionality of Attitudes and Political Sophistication in the European Union”
Presented at CPPC conference, Amsterdam
The Missing Socialist: Political Information Effects on Item Non-response in Political Attitude Variables
Presented at ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops 2010, Munster, Germany, March 2010. Author Paul Weith.
Presented at ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops 2010, Munster, Germany, March 2010. Authors Agnieszka Walczak,Wouter van der Brug and Catherine de Vries.
‘Ireland’ in The 2009 Elections to the European Parliament – Country Reports. Wociech Gagatech (Ed.)
Published in the forthcoming Wociech Gagatech (Ed.) E-book, The 2009 Elections to the European Parliament – Country Reports. EUI: Florence. Article authors Matthew Wall, Conor Little, Maria Laura Sudulich.
Published in the journal of Information, Communication & Society, Volume 13, Issue 4 June 2010, pages 574 - 591. Authors Matthew Wall and Maria Laura Sudulich.
'"Rewarding the Wealthy" versus "Looking after the Poor". A research note on affective perception of ‘Right’ and ‘Left’ by candidates in the 2007 Irish general elections.'
Published in the journal of Irish Political Studies, Vol. 25, Issue 1 February 2010, pages 95 - 106. Authors Maria Laura Sudulich and Matthew Wall.