Tim Haughton
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When does the EU make a difference? Conditionality and the accession process in Central and Eastern Europe
T Haughton
Political studies review 5 (2), 233-246, 2007
Toward a more useful conceptualization of populism: Types and degrees of populist appeals in the case of Slovakia
K Deegan‐Krause, T Haughton
Politics & Policy 37 (4), 821-841, 2009
Hurricane season: Systems of instability in central and east European party politics
T Haughton, K Deegan-Krause
East European Politics and Societies 29 (1), 61-80, 2015
Slovakia's neoliberal turn
S Fisher, J Gould, T Haughton
Europe-Asia Studies 59 (6), 977-998, 2007
HZDS: The ideology, organisation and support base of Slovakia's most successful party
T Haughton
Europe-Asia Studies 53 (5), 745-769, 2001
Farewell Britannia: Issue Capture and the Politics of David Cameron's 2013 EU Referendum Pledge
N Copsey, T Haughton
J. Common Mkt. Stud. 52, 74, 2014
The choices for Europe: National preferences in new and old member states
N Copsey, T Haughton
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 47 (2), 263-286, 2009
Making institutions in Central and Eastern Europe, and the impact of Europe
D Malová, T Haughton
West European Politics 25 (2), 101-120, 2002
The 2010 Czech and Slovak parliamentary elections: red cards to the ‘Winners’
T Haughton, T Novotná, K Deegan-Krause
West European Politics 34 (2), 394-402, 2011
A change of direction: the 2006 parliamentary elections and party politics in Slovakia
T Haughton, M Rybář
Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 24 (2), 232-255, 2008
Money, margins and the motors of politics: The EU and the development of party politics in Central and Eastern Europe
T Haughton
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 52 (1), 71-87, 2014
Explaining the limited success of the communist-successor left in Slovakia: The case of the Party of the Democratic Left (SDL’)
T Haughton
Party Politics 10 (2), 177-191, 2004
Constraints and Opportunities of Leadership in Post-Communist Europe
T Haughton
Ashgate, 2005
‘We'll finish what we've started’: The 2002 Slovak parliamentary elections
T Haughton
Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 19 (4), 65-90, 2003
A Fragile Stability: the Institutional Roots of Low Party System Stability in the Czech Republic 1990-2009
K Deegan-Krause, T Haughton
Politologicky casopis/Czech Journal of Political Science 10 (3), 227-241, 2010
The volatility of volatility: Measuring change in party vote shares
FC Bértoa, K Deegan-Krause, T Haughton
Electoral studies 50, 142-156, 2017
Sticking Together: Explaining Comparative Centre—Right Party Success in Post-Communist Central and Eastern Europe
S Hanley, A Szczerbiak, T Haughton, B Fowler
Party Politics 14 (4), 407-434, 2008
The new party challenge: changing cycles of party birth and death in Central Europe and beyond
T Haughton, K Deegan-Krause
Oxford University Press, 2020
Half full but also half empty: Conditionality, compliance and the quality of democracy in central and eastern Europepsr
T Haughton
Political Studies Review 9 (3), 323-333, 2011
A tool in the toolbox: Assessing the impact of EU membership on party politics in Slovakia
T Haughton, M Rybář
Party Politics in Central and Eastern Europe, 128-151, 2013
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