Books & Special Issues

De Vries, Catherine E. (2018) Euroscepticism and the Future of European Integration. OxfordUniversity Press.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Sara B. Hobolt (2019) Challenger Parties: Political Change in Europe.
Advanced Contract at Princeton University Press.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Gary Marks (eds.) (2012) Special Issue Dimensionality of Political Space. European
Union Politics 13(2): 185-342.


De Vries, Catherine E. & Hector Solaz (2019) Corruption and Electoral Accountability: Avenues for Future
Research. Accepted for publication in Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Hector Solaz (2018) Sweeping It Under The Rug: How Government Parties Deal
With Deteriorating Economic Conditions. Accepted for publication in Party Politics.

Lanz, Simon, Nathalie Giger & Catherine E. De Vries (2019) The Motivational Basis of Constituency Work:
How Intrinsic and ExtrinsicMotivations Interact. Conditionally accepted for publication in Political Science
Research and Methods.

Solaz, Hector, Catherine E. De Vries & Roosmarijn De Geus (2019) In-Group Loyalty and the Punishment of
Corruption. Accepted for publication in Comparative Political Studies.

De Vries, Catherine E., Sara B. Hobolt & James Tilley (2018) Facing up to the facts: what causes economic
perceptions? Electoral Studies, ISSN 0261-3794.

Tertchnaya, Katerina & Catherine E. De Vries (2018) The Political Consequences of Self-Insurance:
Evidence from Central-Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Political Behavior, DOI:

Tertchnaya, Katerina, Catherine E. De Vries, Hector Solaz & David Doyle (2019) When the Money Stops:
Declines in Financial Remittances and Incumbent Popularity in Central Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and
Central Asia. American Political Science Review, URL:

De Vries, Catherine E. (2017) Benchmarking Brexit: How the British Decision to Leave Shapes EU Public
Opinion. JCMS: Journal of CommonMarket Studies, DOI:10.1111/jcms.12579.

Catherine E. De Vries (2017) The Cosmopolitian-Parochial Divide: What the 2017 Dutch Election Result
Tells Us About Political Change in the Netherlands and Beyond. Journal of European Public Policy, DOI:

Catherine E. De Vries & Hector Solaz (2017) The Electoral Consequences of Corruption. Annual Review of
Political Science, 20: 391-408.

Hobolt, Sara B. & Catherine E. De Vries (2016) Public Support for European Integration. Annual Review of
Political Science 19: 413-432.

Hobolt, Sara B. & Catherine E. De Vries (2016) Turning against the Union? The Impact of the
Crisis on the Eurosceptic Vote in the 2014 European Parliament Elections. Electoral Studies, DOI:

Hobolt, Sara B. & Catherine E. De Vries (2015) Issue Entrepreneurship and Multiparty Competition.
Comparative Political Studies 48(9): 1159-1185.

Bakker, Ryan, Catherine E. De Vries, Erica Edwards, Liesbet Hooge, Seth Jolly, GaryMarks, Jonathan Polk, Jan
Rovny, Marco Steenbergen & Milada Vachudova (2015) Measuring Party Positions in Europe: The Chapel
Hill Expert Survey Trend File, 1999-2010. Party Politics 21(1): 143-152.

Van de Wardt, Marc, Catherine E. De Vries & Sara B. Hobolt (2014) Exploiting the Cracks: Wedge Issues in
Multiparty Competition. Journal of Politics 76(4): 986-999.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Nathalie Giger (2014) Holding Governments Accountable: Individual Heterogeneity
in Performance Voting. European Journal of Political Research 53(2): 345-362.

Spoon, Jae-Jae, Sara B. Hobolt & Catherine E. De Vries (2014) Going Green: Explaining Issue Competition on
the Environment. European Journal of Political Research 53(2): 363-380.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2013) Ambivalent Europeans? Public Support for European Integration in East and
West. Government & Opposition 48(3): 434-461.

De Vries, Catherine E., Armèn Hakhverdian & Bram Lancee (2013) The Dynamics of Voters’ Left/Right
Identification: The Role of Economic and Cultural Attitudes. Political Science Research and Methods 1(2):

De Vries, Catherine E. & Marco R. Steenbergen (2013) Variable Opinions: The Predicticality of Support for
Unification in EuropeanMass Publics. Journal of PoliticalMarketing 12(1):121-141.

Harbers, Imke, Catherine E. De Vries & Marco R. Steenbergen (2013) Attitude Variability Among Latin
American Publics: How Party System Structuration Affects Left/Right Ideology. Comparative Political
Studies 46(8): 947-967.

Harteveld, Eelco, Catherine E. De Vries & Tom Van der Meer (2013) In Europe We Trust? Exploring Three
Logics of Trust in the European Union. European Union Politics vol. 14 (4): 542-565.
Schumacher, Gijs, Catherine E. De Vries & Barbara Vis (2013) Why Do Parties Change Position? Party
Organization and Environmental Incentives. Journal of Politics 75(2): 464-477.

Van der Pas, Daphne, Catherine E. De Vries & Wouter Van der Brug (2013) A Leader Without a Party:
Exploring the Relationship Between GeertWilders’ Leadership Performance in the Media and His Electoral
Success. Party Politics 19(3): 458-476.

Adams, James, Catherine E. De Vries & Debra Leitner (2012) Which Subconstituencies Reacted to Elite
Polarization in the Netherlands? An Analysis of the Dutch Public’s Policy Beliefs and Partisan Loyalities,
1986-1998. British Journal of Political Science 42(1): 81-105.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Sara B. Hobolt (2012) When Dimensions Collide: The Electoral Success of Issue
Entrepreneurs. European Union Politics 13(2): 246-268.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Gary Marks (2012) The Struggle over Dimensionality: A Note on Theory and
Empirics. European Union Politics 13(2): 185-193.

Hakhverdian, Armen, Wouter Van der Brug & Catherine E. De Vries (2012) The Emergence of a ’Diploma
Democracy’? The Political Education Gap in the Netherlands, 1971-2010. Acta Politica 47(2): 229-247.

Walczak, Agnieszka, Wouter van der Brug & Catherine E. De Vries (2012) Long-Term and Short-Term
Determinants of Party Preferences: Analysis of Inter-Generational Change in Western and East Central
Europe.Electoral Studies 31(2): 273-284.

De Vries, Catherine E., Erica E. Edwards & Erik R. Tillman (2011) Clarity of Responsibility Beyond the
Pocketbook: How Political Institutions Condition EU Issue Voting.Comparative Political Studies 44(3):

De Vries, Catherine E. & Erik R. Tillman (2011) European Union Issue Voting in East and West Europe: The
Role of Political Context.Comparative European Politics 9(1): 1-17.

De Vries, Catherine E., Wouter Van der Brug, Marcel H. Van Egmond & Cees Van der Eijk (2011) Individual
and Contextual Variation in EU Issue Voting: The Role of Political Information. Electoral Studies 30(1):

Ezrow, Lawrence, Catherine E. De Vries, Marco R. Steenbergen & Erica E. Edwards (2011) Mean Voter
Representation versus Partisan Constituency Representation: Do Parties Respond to the Mean Voter or to
their Supporters? Party Politics 17(3): 275-301.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2010) EU Issue Voting; Asset or Liability: How European Integration affects Parties’
Electoral Fortunes. European Union Politics (11)1: 89-117.

Hooghe, Liesbet, Ryan Bakker, Anna Brigevich, Catherine E. De Vries, Erica E. Edwards, Gary Marks, Jan
Rovny, Marco R. Steenbergen & Milada A. Vachudova (2010) The Reliability and Validity of the 2002 and
2006 Chapel Hill Expert Surveys on Party Positioning. European Journal of Political Research 49(5): 687-703.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2009) The Impact of EU Referenda on National Electoral Politics: Evidence from the
Dutch Case.West European Politics (32)1: 142-171.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Erica E. Edwards (2009) Taking Europe to Its Extremes: Extremist Parties and Public
Euroskepticism. Party Politics (15)1: 5-28.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2007) Sleeping Giant: Fact or Fairytale? Examining the Impact of European
Integration on National Elections. European Union Politics (8 )3: 363-385.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Kees van Kersbergen (2007) Interests, Identity & Political Allegiance in the European
Union. Acta Politica (42)2/3: 307-328.

Steenbergen, Marco R., Erica E. Edwards & Catherine E. De Vries (2007) Who is Cueing Whom? Mass-Elite
Linkages and the Future of European Integration. European Union Politics (8)1: 13-35.

Book Chapters, Blogs & Other Publications

De Vries, Catherine E. (2019) Political Behaviour in the European Union. Oxford Encyclopedia of Political
Behaviour, Oxford University Press.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2018) Public Opinion in European Union Politics. Oxford Encyclopedia of European
Union Politics, Oxford University Press.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Kate McNamara (2018) How Choice Can Save Europe. Foreign Affairs, 14th of May

De Vries, Catherine E. (2018) Euroscepticism is Here to Stay. LSE Brexit Blog, 9th of May

De Vries, Catherine E. (2017)Wilders? rise is temporarily halted, but at what cost? UK in A Changing Europe
Blog, 18th ofMarch (URL:

De Vries, Catherine E. (2016) Could Brexit Be a Unifying Moment for Europe, LSE European Politics and
Policy (EUROPP) Blog, 6th of July (URL:

De Vries, Catherine E. (2016) Cross-National Data Sources: Opportunities & Challenges. In: Kai Arzheimer,
Jocelyn Evans &Michael Lewis-Beck (eds.) Sage Handbook of Electoral Behaviour, Sage Press.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Isabell Hoffmann (2015) David Cameron wants to reform the European
Union. Will British voters go along? The Washington Post: The Monkey Cage Blog, 26th of May (URL:

De Vries, Catherine E. (2014) Who Is Without Sin Cast The First Stone: A Reappraisal of the Electoral
Connection in EU Politics. In Cramme, Olaf & Sara Hobolt (eds.) Democratic Politics in a European Union
under Stress, Oxford University Press.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2014) Are European Parliamentarians Responsive to
Their Voters? The Washington Post: The Monkey Cage Blog, 26th of May (URL:

De Vries, Catherine E. (2014) Throwing the Rascals Out Is Tricky, But Not Impossible The Democratic Audit
UK Blog, 22nd of April (URL:

De Vries, Catherine E. & Bernard Steunenberg (2014) Accelerating the Revolution in Political Science Publishing: Shorter, Faster, more Transparent and freely Available. LSE: The Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 10th of April (URL:

De Vries, Catherine E. (2013) Modern Elections and Voting Behavior in Europe. Oxford Bibliographies in
Political Science. (URL: http://oxfordbibliographiesonline.comobo/page/political-science).

De Vries, Catherine E. (2011) New Challenges for Social Democray: Lessons from the Netherlands. In: Ernst
Stetter, Karl Duffek & Ania Skrzypek (eds.) Next Left: Towards a New Strategy. Brussels: Foundation for
European Progressive Studies (FEPS): 30-37.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2011) Slapende Reus: Feit of Fictie? Een Analyse van het Effect van Europese Integratie
op Stemgedrag in Nationale Verkiezingen. (Sleeping Giant: Fact or Fairytale? An Analysis of the Impact of
European Integration on Vote Choice in National Elections) Res Publica 53(1): 117-119.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Christine Arnold (2011) Making the Polity: Exploring the Link between Public
Opinion and European Elites’ Preferences for EuropeanUnion Public Policy. InD. Fuchs & H-D. Klingemann
(eds.) Cultural Diversity, European Identity and the Legitimacy of the EU. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

De Vries, Catherine E. & Marc van der Wardt (2011) EU Issue Salience and Domestic Party Competition. In K.
Opperman & H. Viehring (eds.) Issue Salience in International Politics. London: Routledge.

Hakhverdian, Armen, Wouter van der Brug & Catherine E. De Vries (2011) Geen Bewijs voor Toename
’Opleidingskloof’. (No Evidence of Increasing Education Gap) Beleid enMaatschappij 38(1): 98-105.

Opperman, Kai & Catherine E. De Vries (2011) Analysing Issue Salience in International Politics: Theoretical
Foundations and Methodological Approaches. In K. Opperman & H. Viehring (eds.) Issue Salience in
International Politics. London: Routledge.

Rosema, Martin & Catherine E. De Vries (2011) Assessing the Quality of European Democracy: Are Voters
Voting Correctly? In the Festschrift for Jacques Thomassen. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Van der Brug, Wouter, Catherine E. De Vries & Joost van Spanje (2011) Nieuwe Strijdpunten, Nieuwe
Scheidslijnen? Politieke Vertegenwoordiging inNederland. In R. Andeweg & J. Thomassen (eds.) Democratie
Doorgelicht: Het Functioneren van de Nederlandse democratie. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Arnold, Christine & Catherine E. De Vries (2009) The Influence of Public Opinion on Policy Dynamics: Party
and Policy Responsiveness in the European Union. In G. Capano & M. Howlett (eds.) European and North
American Experiences in Policy Change: Policy Drivers and Policy Dynamics. London: Routledge.

De Vries, Catherine E. &Wouter van der Brug (2009) Invisible Europe:How can European Elections Lose their
Second-Order Character? In K. Jørgensen (eds.) European Democracy. Copenhagen: Ministry of Foreign
Affairs of Denmark.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2009) Europa in de Nationale Verkiezingsstrijd: Een Slapende Reus? (Europe in
National Election: A Sleeping Giant?) Openbaar Bestuur (January): 16-20.

De Vries, Catherine E. (2007) Europa: Een Slapende Reus? (Europe: A Sleeping Giant?) Kennislink, 19
September (URL:

De Vries, Catherine E. & Barbara Vis (2009) Vrouwen en de Wetenshap: Cordon Féminine ofWomen on Top?
(Women in Science: Cordon Féminine orWomen on Top?) Res Publica (51)4: 537-542.

Van der Brug,Wouter & Catherine E. De Vries (2009) Onzichtbaar Europa: Hoe Raken Europese Verkiezingen
hun Tweederangs Karakter Kwijt? (Invisible Europe: Can European Elections Lose Their Second-Order
Status?) Socialisme & Democratie (66)3: 38-44.

Vis, Barbara & Catherine E. De Vries (2009) Mannen en Vrouwen omgeven door Taaie Instituties (Men and
Women Surrounded by Though Institutions). Res Publica (51)3: 557-562.