Wouter van der Brug
Wouter van der Brug
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Anti‐immigrant parties in Europe: Ideological or protest vote?
W Van der Brug, M Fennema, J Tillie
European Journal of Political Research 37 (1), 77-102, 2000
Why some anti-immigrant parties fail and others succeed: A two-step model of aggregate electoral support
W Van der Brug, M Fennema, J Tillie
Comparative Political Studies 38 (5), 537-573, 2005
The economy and the vote: Economic conditions and elections in fifteen countries
W Van der Brug, C Van der Eijk, M Franklin
Cambridge University Press, 2007
Immigration, Europe and the ‘new’cultural dimension
W Van der Brug, J Van Spanje
European Journal of Political Research 48 (3), 309-334, 2009
A populist Zeitgeist? Programmatic contagion by populist parties in Western Europe
M Rooduijn, SL De Lange, W Van Der Brug
Party politics 20 (4), 563-575, 2014
Rethinking the dependent variable in voting behavior: On the measurement and analysis of electoral utilities
C Van der Eijk, W Van der Brug, M Kroh, M Franklin
Electoral Studies 25 (3), 424-447, 2006
Issue ownership and party choice
W Van der Brug
Electoral studies 23 (2), 209-233, 2004
Protest or mainstream? How the European anti-immigrant parties have developed into two separate groups by 1999
W Van der Brug, M Fennema
European Journal of Political Research 42 (1), 55-76, 2003
Individual and contextual variation in EU issue voting: The role of political information
CE De Vries, W Van der Brug, MH Van Egmond, C Van der Eijk
Electoral Studies 30 (1), 16-28, 2011
How the media shape perceptions of right-wing populist leaders
L Bos, W Van der Brug, C De Vreese
Political Communication 28 (2), 182-206, 2011
Charisma, leader effects and support for right-wing populist parties
W Van der Brug, A Mughan
Party Politics 13 (1), 29-51, 2007
How the LPF fuelled discontent: Empirical tests of explanations of LPF support
W Van der Brug
Acta politica 38, 89-106, 2003
Expressing or fuelling discontent? The relationship between populist voting and political discontent
M Rooduijn, W Van Der Brug, SL De Lange
Electoral studies 43, 32-40, 2016
Euroscepticism and education: A longitudinal study of 12 EU member states, 1973–2010
A Hakhverdian, E Van Elsas, W Van der Brug, T Kuhn
European Union Politics 14 (4), 522-541, 2013
A framework for studying the politicisation of immigration
W Van der Brug, G D’Amato, J Berkhout, D Ruedin
The politicisation of migration, 1-18, 2015
Causes of voting for the radical right
W Van der Brug, M Fennema
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 19 (4), 474-487, 2007
The party as pariah: The exclusion of anti-immigration parties and its effect on their ideological positions
J Van Spanje, W Van Der Brug
West European Politics 30 (5), 1022-1040, 2007
An experimental test of the impact of style and rhetoric on the perception of right-wing populist and mainstream party leaders
L Bos, W Van Der Brug, CH De Vreese
Acta Politica 48, 192-208, 2013
European elections and domestic politics: Lessons from the past and scenarios for the future
W Van der Brug, C Van der Eijk
University of Notre Dame Press, 2007
The gender gap in populist radical-right voting: examining the demand side in Western and Eastern Europe
E Harteveld, W Van Der Brug, S Dahlberg, A Kokkonen
Patterns of Prejudice 49 (1-2), 103-134, 2015
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