2019 ‘Perceived Government Autonomy, Economic Evaluations, and Political Support During the Eurozone Crisis’. West European Politics.
2018 ‘Does Media Coverage Drive Public Support for UKIP or Does Public Support for UKIP Drive Media Coverage?’ With Justin Murphy. British Journal of Political Science (Code and data here; coverage from The Guardian (and here), The Conversation, Der Spiegel, Al Jazeera)
2018 ‘Shelter During the American Period: Icelandic Relations with the US and International Organisations’ with Baldur Thorhallsson, Sverrir Steinsson and Throsteinn Kristinsson, in Thorhallsson, Baldur (ed) Small States and Shelter Theory: Iceland’s External Affairs. London: Routledge. (Available here)
2017 Book Review: “How Europeans View and Evaluate Democracy”. Political Studies Review 15(4): 661-662
Policy Reports and Engagement
2019. ‘Becoming Secretary of State’. Institute for Government.
2017. ‘English Identity and the Governance of England‘, with John Denham. Flagship report for the British Academy’s ‘Governing England’ conference.
2015. Whitehall Monitor: The Coalition in 163 Charts, Institute for Government.
2015. Estate of the nation: the government estate since 2010, Institute for Government
2015. Cabinet Committees, Sub-committees and Taskforces, Institute for Government.
2015. Lying in wait: who will be the permanent secretaries meeting the new ministers in 2015?, Institute for Government.
‘The Room to Manoeuvre and Political Trust: Experimental Evidence from Brexit Britain’. Under review.
‘The Effect of Partisanship and Incumbency on Political Trust in Multilevel Systems: The Case of Scotland’. Under review.
‘Economic Interventions, Economic Perceptions and Political Trust’, with Stuart J. Turnbull-Dugarte
‘Trust in Government and Political Socialisation: A comparative age, period and cohort analysis’, with Will Jennings and Maria Grasso.
‘Measuring European Integration’
‘Measuring Satisfaction with Democracy Across the World’, with Viktor Valgardsson.
‘Trustworthiness and Trust in Political Institutions: Experimental Evidence from Greece and Britain’, with Will Jennings