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The Baskerville's dog suddenly started barking: voting for VOX in the 2019 Spanish general elections
SJ Turnbull-Dugarte, J Rama, A Santana
Political Research Exchange 2 (1), 1781543, 2020
832020
VOX: The rise of the Spanish populist radical right
J Rama, L Zanotti, SJ Turnbull-Dugarte, A Santana
Routledge, 2021
432021
Electoral support for left wing populist parties in Europe: addressing the globalization cleavage
A Santana, J Rama
European Politics and Society 19 (5), 558-576, 2018
432018
At odds with Europe: explaining populist radical right voting in Central and Eastern Europe
A Santana, P Zagórski, J Rama
East European Politics 36 (2), 288-309, 2020
332020
In the name of the people: left populists versus right populists
J Rama, A Santana
European Politics and Society 21 (1), 17-35, 2020
222020
Ciclos electorales y sistema de partidos en España, 1977-2016
J Rama Caamaño
Ciclos electorales y sistema de partidos en España, 1977-2016, 241-266, 2016
222016
Young and temporary: Youth employment insecurity and support for right-wing populist parties in Europe
P Zagórski, J Rama, G Cordero
Government and Opposition 56 (3), 405-426, 2021
202021
Who are the losers of the economic crisis? Explaining the vote for right-wing populist parties in Europe after the Great Recession
J Rama, G Cordero
Revista Española de Ciencia Política 48, 13-43, 2018
202018
¿ Democracia en Crisis? El futuro de los partidos políticos y de la democracia representativa
FC Bértoa, JR Caamaño
Revista de las Cortes Generales, 249-273, 2017
202017
The coronavirus pandemic and voter turnout: Addressing the impact of COVID-19 on electoral participation
A Santana, J Rama, FC Bértoa
SocArXiv, 2020
192020
Are anti-political-establishment parties a peril for European democracy? A longitudinal study from 1950 till 2017
JR Caamaño, FC Bértoa
Representation 56 (3), 387-410, 2020
182020
Party decline or social transformation? Economic, institutional and sociological change and the rise of anti-political-establishment parties in Western Europe
F Casal Bértoa, J Rama
European Political Science Review, 0
18*
Polarization: What Do We Know and What Can We Do About It?
F Casal Bértoa, J Rama
Frontiers in Political Science 3, 56, 2021
172021
New wine in old bottles? The selection of electoral candidates in general elections in Podemos
S Pérez-Nievas, J Rama-Caamaño, C Fernández-Esquer
Democratizing Candidate Selection, 123-146, 2018
172018
Manual de Análisis de Datos con Stata
A Santana, J Rama
132017
Crisis económica y sistema de partidos. Síntomas de cambio político en España
JR Caamaño
Working Papers: Institut de Ciències Polítiques i Socials, 1, 2016
132016
The antiestablishment challenge
FC Bértoa, J Rama
Journal of Democracy 32 (1), 37-51, 2021
122021
Support for liberal democracy and populist attitudes: A pilot survey for young educated citizens
L Zanotti, J Rama
Political Studies Review 19 (3), 511-519, 2021
112021
Three is a Crowd? Podemos, Ciudadanos, and Vox: The end of bipartisanship in Spain
J Rama, G Cordero, P Zagórski
Frontiers in political science, 95, 2021
112021
Are Anti-Political-Establishment Parties a Peril for European Democracy
J Rama, F Casal Bértoa
A Longitudinal Study from, 387-410, 1950
111950
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