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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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The impacts of fiscal openness: a review of the evidence
de Renzio, Paolo and Wehner, Joachim (2017) The impacts of fiscal openness: a review of the evidence. World Bank Research Observer. ISSN 0257-3032 (In Press)

Currency crises in post-Soviet Russia
Johnson, Juliet and Woodruff, David (2017) Currency crises in post-Soviet Russia. Russian Review. ISSN 1467-9434 (In Press)

Opening hustings promises an engaging London Mayoral contest
Perkes, Barnaby (2016) Opening hustings promises an engaging London Mayoral contest. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (04 Feb 2016). Blog.

The politics of Ai Weiwei
Sheng Yap, Lay (2016) The politics of Ai Weiwei. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (08 Feb 2016). Blog.

Can Labour convince the electorate that their New Economics is credible?
Manby, Joshua (2016) Can Labour convince the electorate that their New Economics is credible? LSE Undergraduate Political Review (29 Feb 2016). Blog.

Audit 2017: how democratic is the devolved government of London?
Blick, Andrew and Dunleavy, Patrick (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic is the devolved government of London? Democratic Audit UK (22 Jun 2017). Blog.

The DUP’s extremist links make it unfit to join a Conservative alliance
Hughes, James (2017) The DUP’s extremist links make it unfit to join a Conservative alliance. Democratic Audit UK (19 Jun 2017). Blog.

The politics of high rise housing in Britain: local communities tackle mass housing
Dunleavy, Patrick (1978) The politics of high rise housing in Britain: local communities tackle mass housing. Doctoral thesis, University of Oxford.

Getting more 'carbon bang' for your 'buck' in Acre State, Brazil
Palmer, Charles and Taschini, Luca and Laing, Timothy (2017) Getting more 'carbon bang' for your 'buck' in Acre State, Brazil. Ecological Economics. ISSN 0921-8009 (In Press)

Amor Fati? Europe wounded after the Cyprus Imbroglio
Paipais, Vassilis and Karamouzi, Erini (2013) Amor Fati? Europe wounded after the Cyprus Imbroglio. International Affairs at LSE (04 Apr 2013). Blog Entry.

Latin America: Life after Chavez (and Lula)
Panizza, Francisco (2013) Latin America: Life after Chavez (and Lula). International Affairs at LSE (04 Apr 2013). Blog Entry.

Mexico’s new Government: Crime and drugs issues
Philip, George (2013) Mexico’s new Government: Crime and drugs issues. International Affairs at LSE (30 May 2013). Blog Entry.

To engage younger people in voting the UK must provide far more integrated and accessible information about elections
Berry, Richard and Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) To engage younger people in voting the UK must provide far more integrated and accessible information about elections. Democratic Audit UK (07 Mar 2014). Blog.

We should enfranchise young people at 16 while they are still living at home in a settled community
Berry, Richard and Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) We should enfranchise young people at 16 while they are still living at home in a settled community. Democratic Audit UK (11 Mar 2014). Blog.

‘Recursive communication’ on mitigating today’s crisis of legitimacy
Diduch, Mary (2017) ‘Recursive communication’ on mitigating today’s crisis of legitimacy. LSE Department of Government Blog (09 Jun 2017). Blog Entry.

Does fortune favour the vague in election campaigns?
Kartik, Navin and Van Weelden, Richard and Wolton, Stephane (2017) Does fortune favour the vague in election campaigns? LSE Department of Government Blog (31 May 2017). Blog Entry.

Votes at 16: democracy experts respond to Ed Miliband’s proposal
Grover, Sonja C. and Mycock, Andrew and Rufo, Yasmin and Wilks-Heeg, Stuart and Hamilton, Vivian and Fox, Ruth and Dunleavy, Patrick and Cowley, Philip (2013) Votes at 16: democracy experts respond to Ed Miliband’s proposal. Democratic Audit UK (27 Sep 2013). Blog.

Campaign leaks and the far-right: who influenced #Macronleaks on Twitter?
Ahmed, Wasim and Downing, Joseph (2017) Campaign leaks and the far-right: who influenced #Macronleaks on Twitter? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jun 2017). Blog Entry.

Celebrate the transformation of the Labour Party, not the individual who happens to speak for it
Ypi, Lea (2017) Celebrate the transformation of the Labour Party, not the individual who happens to speak for it. Democratic Audit UK (11 Jun 2017). Blog.

How to use the Democratic Dashboard
Cullinane, Carl and Dunleavy, Patrick (2015) How to use the Democratic Dashboard. Democratic Audit UK (01 May 2015). Blog.

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