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Tom Louwerse
Tom Louwerse
Institute of Political Science, Leiden University
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Governance and Politics of the Netherlands
RB Andeweg, GA Irwin, T Louwerse
Red Globe Press/Macmillan Education UK/Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020
870*2020
Populists in Parliament: Comparing Left‐Wing and Right‐Wing Populism in the Netherlands
S Otjes, T Louwerse
Political Studies 63 (1), 60-79, 2013
2192013
The design effects of voting advice applications: Comparing methods of calculating matches
T Louwerse, M Rosema
Acta Politica 49 (3), 286-312, 2014
1212014
Opposition in times of crisis: COVID-19 in parliamentary debates
T Louwerse, U Sieberer, O Tuttnauer, RB Andeweg
West European Politics 44 (5-6), 1025-1051, 2021
922021
Parliamentary questions as strategic party tools
S Otjes, T Louwerse
West European Politics 41 (2), 496-516, 2018
732018
How populists wage opposition: Parliamentary opposition behaviour and populism in Netherlands
T Louwerse, S Otjes
Political Studies 67 (2), 479-495, 2019
672019
Personalised parliamentary behaviour without electoral incentives: the case of the Netherlands
T Louwerse, S Otjes
West European Politics 39 (4), 778-799, 2016
602016
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
502017
Mechanisms of issue congruence: The democratic party mandate
T Louwerse
Assessing Political Representation in Europe, 33-55, 2020
472020
Spatial models in voting advice applications
S Otjes, T Louwerse
Electoral Studies 36, 263-271, 2014
462014
The political dynamics of portfolio design in European democracies
U Sieberer, TM Meyer, H Bäck, A Ceron, A Falcó-Gimeno, I Guinaudeau, ...
British Journal of Political Science 51 (2), 772-787, 2021
452021
Political Parties and the Democratic Mandate: Comparing Collective Mandate Fulfilment in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands
T Louwerse
Institute of Political Science, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, 2011
43*2011
Parliament without Government: The Belgian Parliament and the Government Formation Processes of 2007–2011
P Van Aelst, T Louwerse
West European Politics 37 (3), 475-496, 2013
422013
The spatial approach to the party mandate
T Louwerse
Parliamentary Affairs 64 (3), 425-447, 2011
422011
A special majority cabinet? Supported minority governance and parliamentary behavior in the Netherlands
S Otjes, T Louwerse
World Political Science 10 (2), 343-363, 2014
312014
Design challenges in cross-national VAAs: the case of the EU Profiler
T Louwerse, S Otjes
International Journal of Electronic Governance 5 (3/4), 279-297, 2012
302012
Mapping policy preferences II: Estimates for parties, electors, and governments in Eastern Europe, European Union and OECD 1990–2003
T Louwerse
Acta Politica 44 (1), 106-109, 2009
302009
Unpacking ‘positive’and ‘negative’ parliamentarism
T Louwerse
ECPR Joint Sessions, 2014
292014
The Dutch parliamentary behaviour dataset
T Louwerse, S Otjes, C van Vonno
Acta Politica 53, 149-166, 2018
272018
The Impact of Parliamentary Specialisation on Cosponsorship
T Louwerse, S Otjes
The Journal of Legislative Studies 24 (1), 476-494, 2015
272015
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