David M. Willumsen
David M. Willumsen
Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of Innsbruck
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Reaching across the aisle: Explaining government–opposition voting in parliament
T Louwerse, S Otjes, DM Willumsen, P Öhberg
Party Politics 23 (6), 746-759, 2017
222017
Toe the line, break the whip: explaining floor dissent in parliamentary democracies
DM Willumsen, P Öhberg
West European Politics 40 (4), 688-716, 2017
22*2017
Set Free? Impending Retirement and Legislative Behaviour in the UK
DM Willumsen, KH Goetz
Parliamentary Affairs 70 (2), 254-279, 2017
132017
The electoral connection in staggered parliaments: Evidence from Australia, France, Germany and Japan
DM WILLUMSEN, C STECKER, KH GOETZ
European Journal of Political Research 57 (3), 759-780, 2018
11*2018
STAGGERED POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS: DESIGN AND EFFECTS
DM Willumsen, KH Goetz
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (7), 1040-1051, 2015
112015
The Acceptance of Party Unity in Parliamentary Democracies
DM Willumsen
Oxford University Press, 2017
82017
Strategic Abstention in Parliamentary Voting
D Willumsen, P Öhberg
EPSA 2013 Annual General Conference Paper 804, 2012
72012
Understanding Parliamentarians’ Attitudes to Party Unity: A Study of the Nordic Countries
D Willumsen
ECPR Graduate Conference, Dublin, 2010
62010
Structuring, but not controlling: The effects of preferences and party on legislative behaviour
D Willumsen
ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments Leiden Conference, 2011
52011
Alpine Troubles: Trajectories of De‐Consociationalisation in Austria and Switzerland Compared
L Helms, M Jenny, DM Willumsen
Swiss Political Science Review 25 (4), 381-407, 2019
42019
Europa-Parlamentet
MD Jensen, A Rasmussen, DM Willumsen
Karnov Group Denmark A/S, 2009
42009
So far away from me? The effect of geographical distance on representation
DM Willumsen
West European Politics 42 (3), 645-669, 2019
22019
The Council’s REACH? National governments’ influence in the European Parliament
DM Willumsen
European Union Politics 19 (4), 663-683, 2018
22018
Is there a ‘German school’of comparative politics? An institutional perspective
L Helms, A Eppler, DM Willumsen
Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, 1-24, 2017
22017
How does turnover affect turnout? Government alternation and voter participation in parliamentary democracies
S Otjes, DM Willumsen
Electoral Studies 59, 49-63, 2019
12019
How does staggered membership renewal affect parliamentary behaviour? Evidence from the French Senate
DM Willumsen, KH Goetz
European Political Science Review: EPSR 11 (2), 267-284, 2019
12019
Representing without governing
J Fernandes, DM Willumsen
Party Politics and Democracy in Europe: Essays in Honour of Peter Mair, 133-147, 2016
12016
Do electoral district size and diversity affect legislative behaviour?
DM Willumsen, C Stecker, KH Goetz
Australian Journal of Political Science 54 (1), 37-64, 2019
2019
Research from Sweden and the Netherlands shows that ‘bloc’politics leads to a greater degree of adversity in legislatures
T Louwerse, S Otjes, DM Willumsen, P Öhberg
Democratic Audit UK, 2016
2016
Democracy, Dictatorship, and Term Limits
DM Willumsen
West European Politics 38 (3), 750-751, 2015
2015
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