Martin Okolikj
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Context matters: Economic voting in the 2009 and 2014 European parliament elections
M Okolikj, S Quinlan
Politics and Governance 4 (1), 145-166, 2016
Patrimonial economic voting: A cross-national analysis of asset ownership and the vote
S Quinlan, M Okolikj
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 32 (1), 193-213, 2022
Quality of government and regional competition: A spatial analysis of subnational regions in the European Union
A Bubbico, JA Elkink, M Okolikj
European Journal of Political Research 56 (4), 887-911, 2017
The long-term effects of the economic crisis on political trust in Europe: Is there a negativity bias in the relation between economic performance and political support?
M Hooghe, M Okolikj
Comparative European Politics 18 (6), 879-898, 2020
This time it's different… but not really! The 2014 European Parliament elections in Ireland
S Quinlan, M Okolikj
Irish Political Studies 31 (2), 300-314, 2016
Exploring the neglected dimension of the economic vote: a global analysis of the positional economics thesis
S Quinlan, M Okolikj
European Political Science Review 12 (2), 219-237, 2020
The decline of a dominant political monolith: understanding Fianna Fáil’s vote 1987–2016
S Quinlan, M Okolikj
Irish Political Studies 32 (1), 164-190, 2017
Is there a partisan bias in the perception of the state of the economy? A comparative investigation of European countries, 2002–2016
M Okolikj, M Hooghe
International Political Science Review 43 (2), 240-258, 2022
Political congruence between adolescence and their parents: evidence from a quasi-experimental local elections in the city of Ghent (Belgium)
M Okolikj, M Hooghe
Acta Politica, 2022
The Compleat German Economic Voter: New Pathways in Patrimonial and Positional Economic Voting
M Okolikj, S Quinlan
German Politics 30 (4), 503-522, 2021
Economic inequality and electoral accountability: inequality and differences in economic voting across Western democracies
S Goubin, M Hooghe, M Okolikj, D Stiers
Comparative European Politics 18 (5), 793-818, 2020
Trajectories of mental health problems in childhood and adult voting behaviour: evidence from the 1970s British Cohort Study
LC Girard, M Okolikj
Political Behavior, 1-24, 2023
Macroeconomy and macropartisanship: Economic conditions and party identification
M Okolikj, S Quinlan, MS Lewis‐Beck
Politics & Policy 50 (4), 700-719, 2022
Trust in political parties and ideological proximity voting in Europe: the role of trust in political parties as a heuristic mechanism
M Okolikj, S Goubin, D Stiers, M Hooghe
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 1-20, 2022
Trajectories of conduct problems in childhood and adult voting behaviour: Evidence from the 1970s British Cohort Study
LC Girard, M Okolikj
SocArXiv, 2022
Fear of losing out? Perceptions of Future Economic Position and Radical Voting in Belgium
M Hooghe, H Kriesi, M Okolikj, D Stiers
American Political Science Association Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Date …, 2020
North Macedonia votes on July 15. Here’s what you need to know.
M Stegmaier, M Okolikj
The Washington Post, 2020
M Hooghe, D Stiers, M Okolikj, S Goubin, M Louw
Acco; Leuven, 2020
Politieke opvattingen van jongeren en ouders vergeleken
M Okolikj, M Hooghe, D Stiers
Acco; Leuven, 2020
Waarom stemrecht op 16?
D Stiers, M Hooghe, S Goubin, G Louw, M Okolikj
Acco; Leuven, 2020
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