Nick Clark
Nick Clark
Associate Professor of Political Science, Susquehanna University
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Second‐order elections versus first‐order thinking: How voters perceive the representation process in a multi‐layered system of governance
N Clark, R Rohrschneider
European Integration 31 (5), 645-664, 2009
Explaining low turnout in European elections: the role of issue salience and institutional perceptions in elections to the European Parliament
N Clark
Journal of European Integration 36 (4), 339-356, 2014
Information effects and mass support for EU policy control
N Clark, T Hellwig
European Union Politics, 2012
The EU's Information Deficit: Comparing Political Knowledge across Levels of Governance
N Clark
Perspectives on European Politics and Society 15 (4), 445-463, 2014
Explaining political knowledge: the role of procedural quality in an informed Citizenry
N Clark
Political Studies 65 (1), 61-80, 2017
EU simulations and engagement: Motivating greater interest in European Union politics
N Clark, G Van Dyke, P Loedel, J Scherpereel, A Sobisch
Journal of Political Science Education 13 (2), 152-170, 2017
The Federalist Perspective in Elections to the E uropean Parliament
N Clark
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 53 (3), 524-541, 2015
The relationship between national identity and European Union evaluations, 1993–2017
NJ Clark, R Rohrschneider
European Union Politics 20 (3), 384-405, 2019
Elucidating EU engagement: rethinking dimensions of supranational participation
KA Curtis, N Clark
Journal of European Integration 41 (1), 65-86, 2019
Local media tone, economic conditions, and the evaluation of US governors
N Clark, T Makse
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 29 (1), 82-101, 2019
The salience of EU issues: Explaining political behavior in European Parliament elections
N Clark, J Hulsey
Exploring nonvoting and electoral integrity in the 2016 presidential election
N Clark, R Peterson
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 30 (4), 401-421, 2020
Seeking solutions for cross-border problems: intuitive functionalists and support for the European Union
N Clark
Acta Politica, 1-20, 2018
The Costs and Benefits of Organizing a Multi-institutional Simulation on the European Union
A Sobisch, J Scherpereel, P Loedel, GJ Van Dyke, N Clark
Simulations of Decision-Making as Active Learning Tools, 21-34, 2018
Understanding regional and global politics: The public's political knowledge of the European Union
NJ Clark
Indiana University, 2012
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