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Recent Publications contains the latest research produced by members of the Government Department, including journal articles, book chapters, books, working papers, and conference papers. A full list of the departments publications can be found at LSE Research Online.

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Conceptualising comparative politics
Spanakos, Anthony Petros and Panizza, Francisco, eds. (2016) Conceptualising comparative politics. Conceptualising comparative politics . Routledge, New York, USA. ISBN 9781138782921

Youth participation in Europe: hope and disillusion
Cammaerts, Bart, Bruter, Michael, Banaji, Shakuntala, Harrison, Sarah and Anstead, N. (2016) Youth participation in Europe: hope and disillusion. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. (In Press)

Yan Fu and the language of liberty: beyond translation
Jenco, Leigh (2016) Yan Fu and the language of liberty: beyond translation. In: von Vacano, Diego, (ed.) Comparative Political Theory. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 1-32. (In Press)

Organised crime and international aid subversion: evidence from Colombia and Afghanistan
Bojicic-Dzelilovic, Vesna, Kostovicova, Denisa, Escobar , Mariana and Bjelica, Jelena (2015) Organised crime and international aid subversion: evidence from Colombia and Afghanistan. Third World Quarterly . ISSN 0143-6597 (In Press)

South America’s moves to liberalize irregular migration are in stark contrast to the punitive and fatal policies of the U.S. and Europe
Freier, Luisa Feline and Arcarazo, Diego Acosta (2015) South America’s moves to liberalize irregular migration are in stark contrast to the punitive and fatal policies of the U.S. and Europe. USApp– American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Applying formal Bayesian analysis to qualitative case research: an empirical example, implications, and caveats
Fairfield, Tasha and Charman, Andrew (2015) Applying formal Bayesian analysis to qualitative case research: an empirical example, implications, and caveats. The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Learning on the job?: EU enlargement and the assignment of (shadow) rapporteurships in the European Parliament
Hurka, Steffen, Kaeding, Michael and Obholzer, Lukas (2015) Learning on the job?: EU enlargement and the assignment of (shadow) rapporteurships in the European Parliament. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies . ISSN 0021-9886

Comparing immigration policies: an overview from the IMPALA database
Beine, Michel, Boucher, Anna, Burgoon, Brian, Crock, Mary, Gest, Justin, Hiscox, Michael, McGovern, Patrick, Rapoport, Hillel, Schaper, Joep and Thielemann, Eiko R. (2015) Comparing immigration policies: an overview from the IMPALA database. International Migration Review . ISSN 01979183

Women in conflict: violence, injustice and power
Kostovicova, Denisa (2015) Women in conflict: violence, injustice and power. LSE Blogs (06 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Generating data: studying identity politics from a bottom–up approach in Crimea and Moldova
Knott, Eleanor (2015) Generating data: studying identity politics from a bottom–up approach in Crimea and Moldova. East European Politics and Societies and Cultures, 29 (2). pp. 467-486. ISSN 0888-3254

Why the 2015 UK election spells the bitter end for the biggest ‘law’ in political science
Dunleavy, Patrick (2015) Why the 2015 UK election spells the bitter end for the biggest ‘law’ in political science. USApp– American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

The security threat posed by ‘outsiders’ is becoming a central theme of French politics in the aftermath of Charlie Hebdo
Downing, Joseph, Jackson-Preece, Jennifer and Werdine-Norris , Maria (2015) The security threat posed by ‘outsiders’ is becoming a central theme of French politics in the aftermath of Charlie Hebdo. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Information aggregation and optimal structure of the executive
Dewan, Torun, Galeotti, Andrea, Ghiglino, Christian and Squintani, Francesco (2015) Information aggregation and optimal structure of the executive. American Journal of Political Science, 59 (2). pp. 475-494. ISSN 0092-5853

Did aid promote democracy in Africa?: the role of technical assistance in Africa’s transitions
Gibson, Clark C., Hoffman, Barak D. and Jablonski, Ryan S. (2015) Did aid promote democracy in Africa?: the role of technical assistance in Africa’s transitions. World Development, 68 . pp. 323-335. ISSN 0305-750X

Britain’s evolving multi-party system(s)
Blumenau, Jack and Hix, Simon (2015) Britain’s evolving multi-party system(s). LSE General Election 2015 (30 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

The Ukraine crisis is forcing the EU to abandon normative power and act more strategically in its eastern neighbourhood
Nitoiu, Cristian (2015) The Ukraine crisis is forcing the EU to abandon normative power and act more strategically in its eastern neighbourhood. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

New electoral registration rules mean students are likely to be under-represented in the 2015 election
Blumenau, Jack, Hix, Simon and Travers, Tony (2015) New electoral registration rules mean students are likely to be under-represented in the 2015 election. LSE General Election 2015 (02 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Out of the frying pan, into the fire: protest, the state, and the end of the guilds in Egypt
Chalcraft, John (2015) Out of the frying pan, into the fire: protest, the state, and the end of the guilds in Egypt. In: Faroqhi, Suraiya, (ed.) Bread from the Lion's Mouth: Artisans Struggling for a Livelihood in Ottoman Cities. International studies in social history(25). Berghahn Books , Oxford, UK, pp. 278-292. ISBN 9781782385585

The ICJ ruling on genocide by Croatia and Serbia should be a starting point for genuine reconciliation between the two countries
Kostovicova, Denisa (2015) The ICJ ruling on genocide by Croatia and Serbia should be a starting point for genuine reconciliation between the two countries. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Blissful ignorance?: a natural experiment on the effect of feedback on students' performance
Bandiera, Oriana, Larcinese, Valentino and Rasul, Imran (2015) Blissful ignorance?: a natural experiment on the effect of feedback on students' performance. Labour Economics, online . pp. 1-13. ISSN 0927-5371

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