Dunleavy, Patrick


Professor Patrick Dunleavy  

Department

Position held

MPA Programme

LSE Public Policy Group

Department of Government

Professor of Political Science and Public Policy Chair

Global Policy

Co-editor (with David Held, Eva Nag)

Experience keywords:

UK budget; electoral systems; US federal budget; electoral reform; British policy making; British constitution; comparative public administration; British politics; public policy; public choice; party competition

Research summary > [Click to expand]

My work lies in six main areas: The development of public sector IT systems and other large-scale, modern public policy systems and future trends in public management - see my co-authored book 'Digital Era Governance' (2006) which shows how a new paradigm of management focusing on three themes of recentralization, holism and digitalization has replaced the previously dominant 'new public management'. My work with LSE Public Policy Group includes detailed analyses of public sector productivity, citizen redress, policy evaluation, e-government and other related topics, mainly in UK central government but with some local and international experience.

Rational choice theories of bureaucracy and all related aspects of public administration and public management.

The design of large-scale electoral systems - I jointly designed the systems now used for the London Assembly elections and the London Mayor election (this last also used in 11 other UK cities). I have consulted widely on new electoral systems in the UK and overeseas.

Electoral analysis and party politics, especially relating to the new concept of 'competition space'. My current work contrast UK, India and USA with proportional representation systems and critiques Duverger's Law.

Public choice theory and modern political science.

Modern political theory relating to liberal democratic governance - see my forthcoming joint book with John Dryzek, 'Theories of the Liberal Democratic State' (2009).

Countries and regions to which research relates:

India; Australia; Canada; USA; UK; New Zealand

Languages:

French [Written: Basic]

Media experience:

Has written for mainstream pressRadioTV

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7955 7178

Alt phone number:

+44 (0)20 7955 6919 (Paul Rainford)

Alt email:

s.p.rainford@lse.ac.uk

Publications

LSE Research Online, Funnelback Search

2014

Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) Debating Scotland’s transition costs: a response to Iain McLean’s critique Democratic Audit Blog (27 Jun 2014) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Hopkin, Jonathan and Kippin, Sean (2014) Why all our top parties are doing voters a disservice by cramming the European Parliament ballot papers with the names of ‘no hope’ candidates Democratic Audit Blog (24 Apr 2014) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Hopkin, Jonathan and Kippin, Sean (2014) Euro elections: who are your new MEPs in the East and West Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber, and Wales? Democratic Audit Blog (29 May 2014) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Hopkin, Jonathan and Kippin, Sean (2014) Euro elections: find out about your new MEPs in the North East, North West, Scotland and Northern Ireland Democratic Audit Blog (30 May 2014) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Hopkin, Jonathan and Kippin, Sean (2014) Euro elections: who are your new MEPs in the East of England, London, the South East, and the South West? Democratic Audit Blog (28 May 2014) Blog entry

Berry, Richard and Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) Engaging young voters with enhanced election information Democratic Audit UK, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) Neither the T index nor the D2 score measure “two-partyness”: a comment on Gaines and Taagepera Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 24 (3). 362-385. ISSN 1745-7289

Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) Neither the T index nor the D2score Measure “two-partyness”: a comment on gaines and taagepera Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 24 (3). 362-385. ISSN 1745-7289

Bastow, Simon and Dunleavy, Patrick and Tinkler, Jane (2014) The impact of the social sciences: how academics and their research make a difference Sage Publications, London, UK. ISBN 9781446275092

Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) The state is a multi-system: understanding the oneness and diversity of government

Dunleavy, Patrick and Kippin, Sean and Suss, Joel (2014) Transitioning to a new Scottish state: immediate set-up costs, how the handover will work, and the long-run viability of Scottish government Democratic Audit, LSE Public Policy Group, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

2013

Margetts, Helen and Dunleavy, Patrick (2013) The second wave of digital-era governance: a quasi-paradigm for government on the Web Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 371 (1987). 20120382-20120382. ISSN 1364-503X

Dunleavy, Patrick and Muir, Dominic (2013) Parliament bounces back – how Select Committees have become a power in the land Democratic Audit Blog (18 Jul 2013) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Carrera, Leandro N. (2013) Growing the productivity of government services Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. ISBN 9780857934987

Dunleavy, Patrick and Diwakar, Rekha (2013) Analysing multiparty competition in plurality rule elections Party Politics, 19 (6). 855-886. ISSN 1354-0688

2012

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) The Republic of Blogs: a new phase in the development and democratization of knowledge Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Jun 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) The supplementary vote electoral system again worked very well in London. There is no basis for arguing that voters don’t understand their choices British Politics and Policy at LSE (9 May 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) If Hunt does not go the consequences for government will be catastrophic since the message is that all rules are up in the air British Politics and Policy at LSE (1 Jun 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Gauging the time lags in Whitehall’s responses to modern digital processes suggests an enduring problem with organizational culture in the civil service British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Chris (2012) Five minutes with Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson: “Blogging is quite simply, one of the most important things that an academic should be doing right now” Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Feb 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Book review: managing modernity: beyond bureaucracy? edited by Stewart Clegg, Martin Harris and Harro Höpfl LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Apr 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2012) Five minutes with Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson: “Blogging is quite simply, one of the most important things that an academic should be doing right now” British Politics and Policy at LSE (3 Mar 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Book review: managing modernity: beyond bureaucracy? edited by Stewart Clegg et al British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Organizing your personal research library and compiling bibliographies: I was an EndNote refusenik, but now I’m a Mendeley convert Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Aug 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Book review: beyond bureaucracy? Don’t believe the hype! LSE Review of Books (27 Apr 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Electing Police and Crime Commissioners – an important milestone in expanding control by elected representatives? or a disaster in the making? British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Travers, Tony and Gilson, Chris (2012) The LSE’s simple guide to UK voting systems British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Fixed term parliaments are a mirage – it’s all downhill from now to a June 2014 general election British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Duverger’s Law is a dead parrot: outside the USA, first-past-the-post voting has no tendency at all to produce two party politics British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Ebooks herald the second coming of books in university social science Impact of Social Sciences Blog (8 May 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Book review: ebooks herald the second coming of books in university social science LSE Review of Books (6 May 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Paper books in a digital era: how conservative publishers and authors almost killed off books in university social science Impact of Social Sciences Blog (2 May 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Book review: paper books in a digital era: how conservative publishers and authors almost killed off books in university social science LSE Review of Books (29 Apr 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) With a likely cost of £4 billion, the Health and Social Care Bill has all the hallmarks of an avoidable policy fiasco British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Mollett, Amy (2012) Something old, something new: opening a new path to public engagement with the most traditional of academic tools Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Apr 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) The Joint Committee report on reform of the House of Lords is mostly headed for the dustbin of history – because this mess of arcane proposals cannot be sold to voters British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Duverger’s Law is a dead parrot: European political scientists need to recognize that plurality or majority voting has no tendency at all to produce two party politics LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jun 2012) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Mollett, Amy and Evans, Mary and Newburn, Tim and Voth, Hans-Joachim and Ponticelli, Jacopo and Gilson, Christopher and Barker, Rodney (2012) The 2011 London riots British Politics and Policy at LSE, Public Policy Group, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) The British general election of 2010 and the advent of coalition government In: Baldini, Gianfranco and Hopkin, Jonathan, (eds.) Coalition Britain: the UK Election of 2010. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719083693

2011

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Le elezioni, il governo di coalizione e la transizione verso il multipartitisimo In: Baldini, Gianfranco and Hopkin, Jonathan, (eds.) La Gran Bretagna di Cameron . Il Mulino, Bologna, Italy. ISBN 9788815233516

Dunleavy, Patrick and Rainford, Paul and Tinkler, Jane (2011) Innovating out of austerity in local government: a SWOT analysis London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Academics must realise the value in working with think tanks and pressure groups that can re-package their research for a wider audience Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 May 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Academics shouldn’t be afraid that their work may not be being cited as much as they would like: citation rates vary widely across disciplines Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 May 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Book review: ready for the referendum?: an essential guide to electoral reform British Politics and Policy at LSE (6 Mar 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Google Scholar Citations is now open to everyone. It shows great promise as a free, reliable way to track and compare academic impact over time Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Nov 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Why ‘Publish or Perish’ has the edge over Google Scholar and Scopus when it comes to finding out how your work is used by other academics Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 May 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The UK’s political climate remains volatile: but the Liberal Democrats’ immediate prospects look grim, whatever happens British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Mar 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The vulnerability of the British state – deeper lessons from the urban riots British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) A beginner’s guide to the different types of impact: why the traditional ‘bean-counting’ approach is no longer useful in the digital era Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 May 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The backlash against the state Political Insights, 2 (1). 4-6. ISSN 2041-9066

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The Research Excellence Framework is lumbering and expensive: for a fraction of the cost, a digital census of academic research would create unrivalled and genuine information about UK universities’ research performance British Politics and Policy at LSE (9 Jun 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Carrera, Leandro N. (2011) Government productivity in UK social security has not grown across two decades to 2008 – largely because DWP senior civil servants blocked any move to ‘digital era’ services British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Why AV does not necessarily produce more coalition governments: nor does it help small parties to win more seats British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Feb 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The government’s approach to reforming the House of Lords is 80 per cent of the way there. Nick Clegg needs to take courage and to go the rest of the way to a more democratic and coherent, wholly elected Senate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jun 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2011) The Barnsley by-election suggests that the collective health of the Coalition government is now in jeopardy. On current polls the Liberal Democrats will do badly in the May local elections British Politics and Policy at LSE (7 Mar 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) David Cameron is running a ‘ring-donut’ government with a weak centre. His feeble grip on policy coordination suggests a failure of statecraft British Politics and Policy at LSE (6 Oct 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The Westminster Model strikes back, both in Britain and in Canada … but pressures for multi-party politics are still increasing British Politics and Policy at LSE (9 May 2011) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) HEFCE are still missing a trick in not adopting citations analysis. But plans for the REF have at least become more realistic about what the external impacts of academic work are Impact of Social Sciences Blog (4 Aug 2011) Blog entry

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Why does government productivity fail to grow?: new public management and UK social security Public: Butlleti de L'institut de Governanza I Direcci Publica d'esade, 22 (Jan). ISSN 2013-2506

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Per què no aconsegueix augmentar la productivitat del govern?: la nova gestió pública i la seguretat social al Regne Unit Public: Butlleti de L'institut de Governanzaa I Direcci Publica d'esade, 22 (Jan). ISSN 2013-2506

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) ¿Por qué no consigue crecer la productividad del gobierno? La nueva gestión pública y la seguridad social del Reino Unido Public: Butlletí de L'institut de Governança I Direcció Pública d'esade, 22 (Jan). ISSN 2013-2506

Mollett, Amy and Moran, Danielle and Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Using Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activities Impact of social sciences: maximizing the impact of academic research, LSE Public Policy Group, London School of Economics and Political Science., London, UK.

2010

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The future of joined-up public services 2020 Public Services Trust and ESRC, London, UK. ISBN 9781907815034

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) British policy and politics at LSE (1 January 2010) blog

Towers, Ed and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The last time an election was this close… British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) What about the 'Other' parties? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher and Sanders, David T. (2010) Is the UK electorate disengaged? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) Update: how would a 2010 hung Parliament be managed? British Politics and Policy at LSE (1 Apr 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) How unfair or disproportionate is the UK’s voting system for general elections? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Bastow, Simon and Tinkler, Jane and Goldchluck, Sofia and Towers, Ed (2010) Joining up citizen redress in UK central government In: Adler, Michael, (ed.) Administrative Justice in Context. Hart Publishing, Oxford, UK, 421-456. ISBN 9781841139289

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Latest state of the race for polling day, Thursday May 6 British Politics and Policy at LSE (6 May 2010) Blog entry

White, Anne and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) What will change in Whitehall’s organization this time? British Politics and Policy at LSE (5 May 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The distribution of power across parties in parliament British Politics and Policy at LSE (9 May 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) A shallow or a deeply Hung Parliament? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) 2010 election analysis – nobody has won in terms of votes, but the last-minute momentum was to Labour British Politics and Policy at LSE (7 May 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) More on zombie ‘new public management’: solutions to avoid obsolescent governance ideas wrecking the coalition government’s programme British Politics and Policy at LSE (8 Oct 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Book review: numbers rule: the vexing mathematics of democracy, from Plato to the present British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2010) Blog entry

Hills, John and Wehner, Joachim and Dunleavy, Patrick and Cammaerts, Bart and Leunig, Tim (2010) The ‘emergency’ budget – solving the UK’s problems?: or creating the basis for new crises? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2010) Blog entry

White, Anne and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hasty changes to the machinery of government can disrupt departments for up to two years British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 May 2010) Blog entry

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Understanding public sector productivity – the LSE’s simple guide British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The AV referendum could still let voters choose between Australian AV and the London form of AV British Politics and Policy at LSE (8 Jul 2010) Blog entry

Travers, Tony and Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher and Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) The LSE’s simple guide to voting systems British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hung parliament scenarios factoring in more liberal democrat MPs British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The condition of the parties – focus on 34 per cent, not 40 per cent British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Every key ‘Westminster model’ country now has a hung Parliament, following Australia’s ‘dead heat’ election British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Aug 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The anatomy of a service delivery disaster: how the UK’s tax agency goofed up. And what it means to one of their ‘customers' British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Nov 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The Parliamentary arithmetic shows that the Cameron-Clegg coalition is almost immune to rebellions – it will last five years British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) The Tory honeymoon dulls, Labour revives even without a leader and the Liberal Democrats are teetering on a precipice: the state of the parties in September 2010 British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Hancock, Avery (2010) Why we need to radically join-up public services more than ever British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Why all MPs should support reforming the electoral system: it is a key step in restoring their own legitimacy with the public British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2010) Blog entry

Tinkler, Jane and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) How radical is “radical efficiency”?: can it still be useful in a time of cuts? British Politics and Policy at LSE (1 Jul 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The Green report on procurement efficiency is an indictment of governance structures across Whitehall British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Oct 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) The House of Commons’ Select Committees are now more independent of government: but are they any better informed? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) What is the Cameron-Clegg governance strategy?: zombie ‘new public management’ cannot work in the face of massive public expenditure cutbacks British Politics and Policy at LSE (7 Oct 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hating the state – and exploiting the shock British Politics and Policy at LSE (7 Dec 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Falling back on the (nation) state – and hating it British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2010) Blog entry

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Is the coalition serious about “open-book government”?: can it really be a citizen-powered substitute for top down, central controls? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Aug 2010) Blog entry

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Productivity change in the public sector: innovation, new public management and cultural resistance to 'digital era governance' in UK social security

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) New worlds in political science Political Studies, 58 (1). 239-265. ISSN 0032-3217

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (2010) The second wave of digital era governance

White, Anne and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Making and breaking Whitehall departments: a guide to machinery of government changes Institute for Government; LSE Public Policy Group, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Rethinking dominant party systems In: Bogaards, Matthijs and Boucek, Françoise, (eds.) Dominant Political Parties and Democracy: Concepts, Measures, Cases and Comparisons. Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science. Routledge, London, UK, 23-44. ISBN 9780415485821

2009

Dunleavy, Patrick (2009) Authoring a PhD: how to plan, draft, write and finish a doctoral dissertation or thesis [Chinese edition] Dongbei University of Finance and Economics Press, Dalian City, China. ISBN 9787811226560

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher and Bastow, Simon and Tinkler, Jane (2009) The National Audit Office, the Public Accounts Committee and the risk landscape in UK public policy URN 09/1423. The Risk and Regulation Advisory Council, London, UK.

Raraty, David and Dorrell, David and Dunleavy, Patrick and Goldchluk, Sofia and Khan, Mohammed Khalid and Tinkler, Jane and Towers, Ed and Margetts, Helen and Escher, Tobias and Reissfelder, Stephane and Hinds, Liane (2009) Department for Work and Pensions: communicating with customers. Report by the comptroller and auditor general, HC 421 Session 2008-2009. HMSO, London, UK. ISBN 9780102954784

Gilson, Christopher and Dunleavy, Patrick and Tinkler, Jane (2009) Organizational learning in government sector organizations: literature review LSE Public Policy Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dryzek, John and Dunleavy, Patrick (2009) Theories of the democratic state Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780230542860

Dryzek, John and Dunleavy, Patrick (2009) Theories of the democratic state Myung In, Seoul, Republic of Korea. ISBN 9788992803663

Dunleavy, Patrick (2009) Assessing how far Charter 88 and the constitutional reform coalition influenced voting system reform in Britain Parliamentary Affairs, 62 (4). 618-644. ISSN 0031-2290

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick and Bastow, Simon (2009) Understanding productivity trends in UK tax collection LSE Public Policy Group Working Papers, LSE Public Policy Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

2008

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Bastow, Simon and Tinkler, Jane (2008) Australian e-Government in comparative perspective Australian Journal of Political Science, 43 (1). 13-26. ISSN 1036-1146

Dunleavy, Patrick and Diwakar, Rekha and Dunleavy, Christopher (2008) Is Duverger's Law based on a mistake?

2007

Dunleavy, Patrick (2007) Governance and state organization in the digital era In: Mansell, Robin and Avgerou, Chrisanthi and Quah, Danny and Silverstone, Roger, (eds.) Oxford Handbook on Information and Communication Technologies. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 404-426. ISBN 9780199548798

Bartholomeou, Patricia and Bastow, Simon and Dunleavy, Patrick and Pearce, Oliver and Tinkler, Jane (2007) The policy and practice impacts of the ESRC's 'responsive mode' research grants in politics and international studies LSE Public Policy Group, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Bastow, Simon and Pearce, Oliver and Tinkler, Jane (2007) Government on the internet: progress in delivering information and services online House of Commons Papers, HC 529 2006-2007. The Stationery Office, London, UK. ISBN 9780102947243

Dunleavy, Patrick and Diwakar, Rekha and Dunleavy, Christopher (2007) The effective space of party competition PSPE working papers, 05-2007. Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

2006

Dunleavy, Patrick and Hay, Colin and Heffernan, Richard and Cowley, Philip, eds (2006) Developments in British politics 8 Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 1403948437

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Bastow, Simon and Tinkler, Jane (2006) Digital era governance: IT corporations, the state and e-government Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 978-0199296194

Bastow, Simon and Beck, H and Dunleavy, Patrick and Richardson, L (2006) Incentive schemes and civil renewal In: Brannan, T and John, P and Stoker, G, (eds.) Re-Energizing Citizenship: Strategies for Civil Renewal. Palgrave, Basingstoke, 112-137. ISBN 9780230500419

Dunleavy, Patrick (2006) The Westminster model and the distinctiveness of British politics In: Dunleavy, Patrick and Hay, C. and Heffernan, R. and Cowley, P., (eds.) Developments in British Politics. Developments in British politics, 8. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 315-341. ISBN 9781403948434

Dunleavy, Patrick and Heffernan, Richard and Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin (2006) Britain beyond Blair - party politics and leadership succession In: Dunleavy, Patrick and Heffernan, Richard and Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin, (eds.) Developments in British Politics. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 1-16. ISBN 1403948437

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Bastow, Simon and Tinkler, Jane (2006) New public management is dead. Long live digital-era governance Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 16 (3). 467-494. ISSN 1477-9803

Dunleavy, Patrick and Bastow, Simon (2006) Is measuring public service productivity so hard?: an application to e-government in English local authorities In: Dunleavy, Patrick and Bastow, Simon and Mayo, Ed, (eds.) Made to Measure: Understanding Local Public Services Productivity: a Collection of Essays. New Local Government Network, London, 28-41. ISBN 1903447526

Bastow, Simon and Dunleavy, Patrick and Pearce, Oliver and Tinkler, Jane (2006) A review of the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers LSE Public Policy Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Steunenberg, Bernard (2006) The elusive qualities of leadership: leaders and decision delegates PSPE working papers, 01-2007. Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Bastow, Simon and Tinkler, Jane and Pearce, Oliver and Bartholomeou, Patricia (2006) Achieving innovation in central government organisations HC 1447-1. The Stationery Office, London, UK.

2005

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (2005) The impact of UK electoral systems Parliamentary Affairs, 58 (4). 854-870. ISSN 0031-2290

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (2005) The impact of UK electoral systems In: Norris, Pippa and Wlezien, Christopher, (eds.) Britain Votes. Hansard society series in politics and government. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780198569404

Dunleavy, Patrick (2005) Facing up to multi-party politics : how partisan dealignment and PR voting have fundamentally changed Britain’s party systems Parliamentary Affairs, 58 (3). 503-532. ISSN 0031-2290

Dunleavy, Patrick and Loughlin, Martin and Margetts, Helen and Bastow, Simon and Tinkler, Jane and Pearce, Oliver and Bartholomeou, Patricia (2005) Citizen redress: what citizens can do if things go wrong in the public services HC 21 Session 2004-2005. The Stationery Office, London, UK.

2004

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (2004) United Kingdom: reforming the Westminster model In: Colomer, Josep, (ed.) Handbook of Electoral System Choice. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK, 294-308. ISBN 9781403904546

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (2004) How proportional are the ‘British AMS’ systems? Representation : Journal of Representative Democracy, 40 (4). 317-329. ISSN 0034-4893

2003

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gamble, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard and Peele, Gilian, eds (2003) Developments in British politics 7 Palgrave, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333987049

Dunleavy, Patrick (2003) Authoring a PhD: How to Plan, Draft, Write and Finish a Doctoral Dissertation or Thesis Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 1403905843

Dunleavy, Patrick and Bouçek, Françoise (2003) Constructing the number of parties Party Politics, 9 (3). 291-315. ISSN 1354-0688

Dunleavy, Patrick (2003) Analysing political power In: Dunleavy, Patrick and Gamble, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard and Peele, Gilian, (eds.) Developments in British Politics 7. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 338-359. ISBN 9781403940438

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gamble, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard and Peele, Gilian (2003) Introduction: Transformations in British politics In: Dunleavy, Patrick and Gamble, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard and Peele, Gilian, (eds.) Developments in British Politics 7. Palgrave Macmillan, 1-17.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Bastow, Simon and Bouçek, Francoise and Campbell, Rosie (2003) Difficult forms : how government agencies interact with citizens HC 1145 Session 2002-3. The Stationery Office, London, UK.

2002

Margetts, Helen and Dunleavy, Patrick (2002) Better public services through e-government: academic article in support of better public services through e-government National Audit Office report, HC 704-III session 2001-2. The Stationery Office, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2002) Elections and party politics In: Dunleavy, Patrick and Gamble, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard and Holliday, Ian, (eds.) Developments in British Politics 6. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 127-150. ISBN 9780333973899

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Bastow, S. and Callaghan, R. and Yared, H. (2002) Government on the Web II HC 764 Session 2001-2. The Stationery Office, London, UK.

2001

Dunleavy, Patrick and Bastow, Simon (2001) Modelling coalitions that cannot coalesce: a critique of the Laver-Shepsle approach West European Politics, 24 (1). 1-26. ISSN 0140-2382

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (2001) From majoritarian to pluralist democracy: electoral reform in Britain since 1997 Journal of Theoretical Politics, 13 (3). 295-319. ISSN 0951-6298

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Smith, Trevor and Weir, Stuart (2001) Constitutional reform, New Labour in power and public trust in government Parliamentary Affairs, 54 (3). 405-24. ISSN 0031-2290

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Smith, Trevor and Weir, Stuart (2001) Constitutional reform, New Labour in power and public trust in government In: Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Smith, Trevor and Weir, Stuart, (eds.) Voices of the People: Popular Attitudes to Democratic Renewal in Britain. Politicos Publishing, London, UK. ISBN 9781842750216

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Smith, Trevor and Weir, Stuart, eds (2001) Voices of the people: popular attitudes to democratic renewal in Britain Politico's Publishing Ltd, London. ISBN 9781842750216

2000

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gamble, Andrew and Holliday, Ian, eds (2000) Developments in British politics 6 1st, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333973899

Dunleavy, Patrick (2000) Elections and party politics In: Dunleavy, Patrick, (ed.) Developments in British Politics 6. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 127-150. ISBN 9780333777374

Dunleavy, Patrick and Kelly, Paul J and Moran, Mary, eds (2000) British political science: fifty years of political studies Political studies special issues. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780631224129

Dunleavy, Patrick and Kelly, Paul J and Moran, Michael (2000) Characterizing the development of British political science In: Dunleavy, Patrick, (ed.) British Political Science: Fifty Years of Political Studies. Political Studies Special Issues. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK, 3-9. ISBN 0631224122

Dowding, Keith and Dunleavy, Patrick and King, Desmond (2000) Understanding urban governance: the contribution of rational choice In: Stoker, Gerry, (ed.) The New Politics of British Local Governance. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 91-116. ISBN 9780312228033

1999

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (1999) Proportional representation for local government: an analysis Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK. ISBN 9781899987979

Dunleavy, Patrick (1999) Les institutions supérieures de contrôle dans un environnement en mutation Revue Francaise d'administration Publique, 90. 285-91. ISSN 0152-7401

Dowding, Keith and Dunleavy, Patrick and King, Desmond and Margetts, Helen and Rydin, Yvonne (1999) Regime Politics in London Local Government Urban Affairs Review, 34 (4). 515-545. ISSN 1078-0874

Dunleavy, Patrick (1999) Electoral representation and accountability: the legacy of empire In: Holliday, Ian and Gamble, Andrew and Parry, Geraint, (eds.) Fundamentals in British Politics. St. Martin's Press, Basingstoke, UK, 204-230. ISBN 9780312226503

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (1999) Mixed electoral systems in Britain and the Jenkins commission on electoral reform British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 1 (1). 12-38. ISSN 1369-1481

Margetts, Helen and Dunleavy, Patrick (1999) Reforming the Westminster electoral system: evaluating the Jenkins commission proposals In: Fisher, Justin and Cowley, Philip and Denver, David and Russell, Andrew, (eds.) British Elections and Parties Review. Cass, London, UK, 46-71. ISBN 9780714650159

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (1999) Report to the Royal Commission on reform of the House of Lords: electing members of the Lords (or Senate) LSE Public Policy Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and Escher, Tobias and Hale, Scott and Tinkler, Jane and Bastow, Simon (1999) Government on the web: about Oxford Internet Institute, LSE Public Policy Group, Oxford, UK

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and John, S. and McCarthy, D. (1999) Government on the Web HC 87 Session 1999-2000. The Stationery Office, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (1999) Electoral reform in local government: alternative systems and key issues Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

1998

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen and O'Duffy, Brendan and Weir, Stuart (1998) Remodelling the 1997 general election: how Britain would have voted under alternative electoral systems Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 8 (1). 208-231. ISSN 1745-7289

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (1998) Report to the Independent Commission on the Voting System (the Jenkins Commission): the performance of the Commission’s scheme for a mixed electoral system LSE Public Policy Group and Birkbeck Public Policy Centre, London, UK.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (1998) Report to the Government Office for London: electing the London Mayor and the London Assembly LSE Public Policy Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

1995

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, H. (1995) Understanding the dynamics of electoral reform International Political Science Review, 16 (1). 9-29. ISSN 0192-5121

Dunleavy, Patrick and Weir, Stuart and Subrahmanyam, Gita (1995) Public response and constitutional significance Parliamentary Affairs, 48 (4). 606-616. ISSN 0031-2290

1993

Dunleavy, Patrick and Subrahmanyam, Gita (1993) Policy instruments: a report to the National Audit Office National Audit Office, London, UK.


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