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Volume 19, issue 4, 2018

Taking center stage: Decoding status hierarchies from group photos of European leaders pp. 549-569 Downloads
Magnus Lundgren
The Court of Justice and treaty revision: A case of strategic leniency? pp. 570-596 Downloads
José Luis Castro-Montero, Edwin Alblas, Arthur Dyevre and Nicolas Lampach
Lobbying cycles in Brussels: Evidence from the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union pp. 597-616 Downloads
Michelle Hollman and Zuzana Murdoch
The preference for Europe: Public opinion about European integration since 1952 pp. 617-638 Downloads
Christopher J Anderson and Jason D Hecht
Regional identity and support for integration: An EU-wide comparison of parochialists, inclusive regionalist, and pseudo-exclusivists pp. 639-662 Downloads
Anna Brigevich
The Council’s REACH? National governments’ influence in the European Parliament pp. 663-683 Downloads
David M Willumsen
Intergovernmental or supranational integration? A quantitative analysis of pension recommendations in the European Semester pp. 684-706 Downloads
Mattia Guidi and Igor Guardiancich

Volume 19, issue 3, 2018

Planned fiscal adjustments: Do governments fulfil their commitments? pp. 383-407 Downloads
Sanjeev Gupta, Joao Jalles, Carlos Mulas-Granados and Michela Schena
Do European Parliament elections foster challenger parties' success on the national level? pp. 408-426 Downloads
Julia Schulte-Cloos
Obstructing integration: Domestic politics and the European Court of Justice pp. 427-457 Downloads
Lauren Peritz
Democratic discontent and support for mainstream and challenger parties: Democratic protest voting pp. 458-480 Downloads
Enrique Hernández
Is parliamentary attention to the EU strongest when it is needed the most? National parliaments and the selective debate of EU policies pp. 481-501 Downloads
Thomas Winzen, Rik de Ruiter and Jofre Rocabert
Deciding about the unknown: The effect of party and ideological cues on forming opinions about the European Union pp. 502-523 Downloads
Mariano Torcal, Sergio Martini and Lluis Orriols
Bread and butter or bread and circuses? Politicisation and the European Commission in the European Semester pp. 524-545 Downloads
Reinout A van der Veer and Markus Haverland
SAGE Award for the best article published in European Union Politics, Volume 18 pp. 546-546 Downloads

Volume 19, issue 2, 2018

European integration as a threat to social security: Another source of Euroscepticism? pp. 209-232 Downloads
Sharon Baute, Bart Meuleman, Koen Abts and Marc Swyngedouw
Why support International redistribution? Corruption and public support for aid in the eurozone pp. 233-254 Downloads
Monika Bauhr and Nicholas Charron
Attitudes towards the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership in the European Union: The treaty partner heuristic and issue attention pp. 255-277 Downloads
Nils D Steiner
If you can beat them, confront them: Party-level analysis of opposition behavior in European national parliaments pp. 278-298 Downloads
Or Tuttnauer
Legislative Participation in the EU: An analysis of questions, speeches, motions and declarations in the 7th European Parliament pp. 299-320 Downloads
Miriam Sorace
Radical right parties and European economic integration: Evidence from the seventh European Parliament pp. 321-343 Downloads
Matteo Cavallaro, David Flacher and Massimo Angelo Zanetti
Human rights or security? Positions on asylum in European Parliament speeches pp. 344-362 Downloads
Snorre Sylvester Frid-Nielsen
Capturing the legislative priorities of transnational Europarties and the European Commission: A pledge approach pp. 363-379 Downloads
Petia Kostadinova and Magda Giurcanu

Volume 19, issue 1, 2018

The European Union democratic deficit: Substantive representation in the European Parliament at the input stage pp. 3-24 Downloads
Miriam Sorace
The evolution of political networks: Evidence from the Council of the European Union pp. 25-51 Downloads
Narisong Huhe, Daniel Naurin and Robert Thomson
Modes of government responsiveness in the European Union: Evidence from Council negotiation positions pp. 52-74 Downloads
Christopher Wratil
The effect of affect: How affective style determines attitudes towards the EU pp. 75-96 Downloads
Julie H Nielsen
Public support for European Union economic policies pp. 97-118 Downloads
Leon Kanthak and Dennis C Spies
How perceptions of immigrants trigger feelings of economic and cultural threats in two welfare states pp. 119-139 Downloads
Sebastian Fietkau and Kasper M Hansen
Working in unison: Political parties and policy issue transfer in the multilevel space pp. 140-162 Downloads
Roman Senninger and Daniel Bischof
Democratization via aid? The European Union’s democracy promotion in the Western Balkans 1994–2010 pp. 163-184 Downloads
Sonja Grimm and Okka Lou Mathis
Measuring candidate selection mechanisms in European elections: Comparing formal party rules to candidate survey responses pp. 185-202 Downloads
Stephen A Meserve, Sivagaminathan Palani and Daniel Pemstein
EUP Referees 1 February 2016-31 October 2017 pp. 203-206 Downloads

Volume 18, issue 4, 2017

Crisis of trust: Socio-economic determinants of Europeans’ confidence in government pp. 511-535 Downloads
Chase Foster and Jeffry Frieden
Radical distinction: Support for radical left and radical right parties in Europe pp. 536-559 Downloads
Matthijs Rooduijn, Brian Burgoon, Erika J van Elsas and Herman G van de Werfhorst
The financial crisis and the European Parliament: An analysis of the Two-Pack legislation pp. 560-580 Downloads
Léa Roger, Simon Otjes and Harmen van der Veer
Legislative amendments and informal politics in the European Union: A text reuse approach pp. 581-602 Downloads
James P Cross and Henrik Hermansson
Politicization and the public interest: When do the elites in Brussels address public interests in EU policy debates? pp. 603-619 Downloads
Iskander De Bruycker
The fiscal impact of EU immigration on the tax-financed welfare state: Testing the ‘welfare burden’ thesis pp. 620-639 Downloads
Dorte Martinsen and Gabriel Pons Rotger
Enforcement tool or strategic instrument? The initiation of ex-post legislative evaluations by the European Commission pp. 640-657 Downloads
Stijn van Voorst and Ellen Mastenbroek
In the European Union we trust: European Muslim attitudes toward the European Union pp. 658-677 Downloads
Mujtaba Isani and Bernd Schlipphak
An ever-closer union? Measuring the expansion and ideological content of European Union policy-making through an expert survey pp. 678-693 Downloads
Kyriaki Nanou, Galina Zapryanova and Fanni Toth

Volume 18, issue 3, 2017

Underneath the culture of consensus: Transparency, credible commitments and voting in the Council of Ministers pp. 339-361 Downloads
Daniel Finke
The impact of EU decision-making on national parties’ attitudes towards European integration pp. 362-381 Downloads
Thomas König and Bernd Luig
Fear, anger and enthusiasm about the European Union: Effects of emotional reactions on public preferences towards European integration pp. 382-405 Downloads
Sofia Vasilopoulou and Markus Wagner
The European Commission’s use of consultation during policy formulation: The effects of policy characteristics pp. 406-423 Downloads
Bart Van Ballaert
Is the European Union too complicated? Citizens’ lack of information and party cue effectiveness pp. 424-446 Downloads
Roberto Pannico
The role of candidate evaluations in the 2014 European Parliament elections: Towards the personalization of voting behaviour? pp. 447-468 Downloads
Katjana Gattermann and Claes H De Vreese
Specialists, party members, or national representatives: Patterns in co-sponsorship of amendments in the European Parliament pp. 469-490 Downloads
Inger Baller
Understanding Members of the European Parliament: Four waves of the European Parliament Research Group MEP survey pp. 491-506 Downloads
Richard Whitaker, Simon Hix and Galina Zapryanova
SAGE Award for the best article published in European Union Politics, Volume 17 pp. 507-507 Downloads

Volume 18, issue 2, 2017

Choosing an informative agenda setter: The appointment of the Commission in the European Union pp. 145-167 Downloads
Christophe Crombez, Martijn Huysmans and Wim Van Gestel
The imperfect agenda-setter: Why do legislative proposals fail in the EU decision-making process? pp. 168-187 Downloads
Serra Boranbay-Akan, Thomas König and Moritz Osnabrügge
Citizens’ representation in the 2009 European Parliament elections pp. 188-211 Downloads
Russell J Dalton
Undesired properties of the European Commission’s refugee distribution key pp. 212-238 Downloads
Philip Grech
Ecologies of ideologies: Explaining party entry and exit in West-European parliaments, 1945–2013 pp. 239-259 Downloads
Marc van de Wardt, Joost Berkhout and Floris Vermeulen
Strategies of pro-European parties in the face of a Eurosceptic challenge pp. 260-282 Downloads
Silke Adam, Eva-Maria Antl-Wittenberg, Beatrice Eugster, Melanie Leidecker-Sandmann, Michaela Maier and Franzisca Schmidt
Issue expansion and selective scrutiny – how opposition parties used parliamentary questions about the European Union in the national arena from 1973 to 2013 pp. 283-306 Downloads
Roman Senninger
Real scrutiny or smoke and mirrors: The determinants and role of resolutions of national parliaments in European Union affairs pp. 307-322 Downloads
Julian M Hoerner
When legislators choose not to decide: Abstentions in the European Parliament pp. 323-336 Downloads
Monika Mühlböck and Nikoleta Yordanova

Volume 18, issue 1, 2017

Anti-immigration attitudes and the opposition to European integration: A critical assessment pp. 3-25 Downloads
Cigdem Kentmen-Cin and Cengiz Erisen
Seeking refuge in a superordinate group: Non-EU immigration heritage and European identification pp. 26-50 Downloads
Elif Erisen
What’s Islam got to do with it? Attitudes toward specific religious and national out-groups, and support for EU policies pp. 51-72 Downloads
Rachid Azrout and Magdalena E Wojcieszak
Tolerance and perceived threat toward Muslim immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands pp. 73-97 Downloads
Cengiz Erisen and Cigdem Kentmen-Cin
Nationalistic attitudes and voting for the radical right in Europe pp. 98-118 Downloads
Marcel Lubbers and Marcel Coenders
Better the devil you know? Risk-taking, globalization and populism in Great Britain pp. 119-136 Downloads
Marco R Steenbergen and Tomasz Siczek
How changing conditions make us reconsider the relationship between immigration attitudes, religion, and EU attitudes pp. 137-142 Downloads
Claes H de Vreese
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