Siim Trumm
Siim Trumm
Associate Professor in Politics
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The ‘new’wave of populist right-wing parties in Central and Eastern Europe: Explaining electoral support for the Conservative People’s Party of Estonia
S Trumm
Representation 54 (4), 331-347, 2018
Voting Procedures and Parliamentary Representation in the European Parliament
S Trumm
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 53 (5), 1126-1142, 2015
A comparative study of the effects of electoral institutions on campaigns
L Sudulich, S Trumm
British Journal of Political Science 49 (1), 381-399, 2019
What does it take to make it to the polling station? The effects of campaign activities on electoral participation
S Trumm, L Sudulich
Party Politics 24 (2), 168-184, 2018
Information effect on voter turnout: how campaign spending mobilises voters
S Trumm, L Sudulich, J Townsley
Acta Politica, 2016
Towards an organisational perspective on party funding: Explaining financial transfers from MEPs to their national parties
N Bolleyer, S Trumm, SA Banducci
European Journal of Political Research 52 (2), 237-263, 2013
The 2016 EU referendum: Explaining support for Brexit among would-be British MPs
S Trumm, C Milazzo, J Townsley
Political Studies 68 (4), 819-836, 2020
Parliamentary representation: A cross-national study of candidates’ views
L Sudulich, S Trumm, J Bridgewater
Parliamentary Affairs 73 (3), 522-542, 2020
From parliamentary pay to party funding: The acceptability of informal institutions in advanced democracies
N Bolleyer, S Trumm
European Journal of Political Research 53 (4), 784-802, 2014
Who votes by post? Understanding the drivers of postal voting in the 2019 British General Election
J Townsley, SJ Turnbull-Dugarte, S Trumm, C Milazzo
Parliamentary Affairs 76 (1), 43-61, 2023
‘The personal touch’: Campaign personalisation in Britain
J Townsley, S Trumm, C Milazzo
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 24 (4), 702-722, 2022
Online versus offline: Exploring the link between how candidates campaign and how voters cast their ballot
S Trumm
European Journal of Political Research 61 (2), 485-502, 2022
What Does It Take to Get Elected in a Post-Communist Democracy? Explaining the Success and Failure of Parliamentary Candidates in Estonia
S Trumm
East European Politics & Societies 30 (1), 169-188, 2016
Crowdsourcing campaigns: A new dataset for studying British parties’ electoral communications
C Milazzo, S Trumm, J Townsley
Political Studies Review 19 (3), 520-527, 2021
Explaining support for Brexit among parliamentary candidates: the case of Wales
S Trumm
British Politics 16, 58-73, 2021
Representation in Wales: An empirical analysis of policy divisions between voters and candidates
S Trumm
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 20 (2), 425-440, 2018
Parliamentary representation: Should MPs prioritise their own views or those of their voters?
S Trumm, A Barclay
Political Studies 71 (4), 1151-1170, 2023
A longitudinal study of online campaigning in the most digitally advanced society in the world
S Trumm, L Sudulich
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties, 2021
The best of both worlds? Evaluating the campaign behaviour of dual candidates
S Trumm
Electoral Studies 56, 14-22, 2018
Voting dilemma in the post-2004 European Parliament
S Trumm
EPSA Conference, 2011
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