Simon Otjes
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Populists in parliament: Comparing left-wing and right-wing populism in the Netherlands
S Otjes, T Louwerse
Political studies 63 (1), 60-79, 2015
A hot topic? Immigration on the agenda in Western Europe
C Green-Pedersen, S Otjes
Party Politics 25 (3), 424-434, 2019
It's not economic interventionism, stupid! reassessing the political economy of radical right‐wing populist parties
S Otjes, G Ivaldi, AR Jupskås, O Mazzoleni
Swiss Political Science Review 24 (3), 270-290, 2018
Interest organizations across economic sectors: explaining interest group density in the European Union
J Berkhout, BJ Carroll, C Braun, AW Chalmers, T Destrooper, D Lowery, ...
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (4), 462-480, 2015
Beyond Kriesiland: EU integration as a super issue after the Eurocrisis
S Otjes, A Katsanidou
European Journal of Political Research 56 (2), 301-319, 2017
How the European debt crisis reshaped national political space: The case of Greece
A Katsanidou, S Otjes
European Union Politics 17 (2), 262-284, 2016
The collaboration between interest groups and political parties in multi-party democracies: Party system dynamics and the effect of power and ideology
S Otjes, A Rasmussen
Party Politics 23 (2), 96-109, 2017
The Eurozone crisis and the European Parliament's changing lines of conflict
S Otjes, H Van Der Veer
European Union Politics 17 (2), 242-261, 2016
Weapon of the weak? The social media landscape of interest groups
A Van der Graaf, S Otjes, A Rasmussen
European journal of communication 31 (2), 120-135, 2016
Parliamentary questions as strategic party tools
S Otjes, T Louwerse
West European Politics 41 (2), 496-516, 2018
How populists wage opposition: Parliamentary opposition behaviour and populism in Netherlands
T Louwerse, S Otjes
Political Studies 67 (2), 479-495, 2019
Personalised parliamentary behaviour without electoral incentives: the case of the Netherlands
T Louwerse, S Otjes
West European Politics 39 (4), 778-799, 2016
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
Policy agendas and births and deaths of political parties
D Lowery, A van Witteloostuijn, G Peli, H Brasher, S Otjes, S Gherghina
Party Politics 19 (3), 381-407, 2013
Spatial models in voting advice applications
S Otjes, T Louwerse
Electoral Studies 36, 263-271, 2014
The consequences of collective discontent: A new measure of zeitgeist predicts voting for extreme parties
AM van der Bles, T Postmes, B LeKander‐Kanis, S Otjes
Political Psychology 39 (2), 381-398, 2018
The financial crisis and the European Parliament: An analysis of the Two-Pack legislation
L Roger, S Otjes, H van der Veer
European Union Politics 18 (4), 560-580, 2017
The Fortuyn effect revisited: How did the LPF affect the Dutch parliamentary party system?
S Otjes
Acta Politica 46, 400-424, 2011
Unpacking LogM: Toward a more general theory of party system density
D Lowery, S Otjes, S Gherghina, A Van Witteloostuijn, G Peli, H Brasher
American Journal of Political Science 54 (4), 921-935, 2010
Pushed by national politics or pulled by localism? Voting for independent local parties in the Netherlands
S Otjes
Local government studies 44 (3), 305-328, 2018
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