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Global Research on Developmental Disabilities Collaborators (2018) Developmental disabilities among children younger than 5 years in 195 countries and territories, 1990–2016: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016. The Lancet Global Health, 6 (10). e1100-e1121. ISSN 2214-109X

Aaronson, Daniel and Phelan, Brian (2018) The potential to automate low-wage jobs in the U.S. and its impact on workers. LSE Business Review (01 Aug 2018). Website.

Abaya, Miriam (2018) The resignation of old leaders does not guarantee a new era of leadership in Africa. Africa at LSE (21 Mar 2018). Website.

Abbas, Jo and Jones, Katy (2018) In-work conditionality is based on weak evidence - but will the policy sink or swim? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2018). Website.

Abbas, Madeline-Sophie (2018) The detrimental effects of current counter-extremism measures on British Muslim families. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jun 2018). Website.

Abbas, Tahir (2018) Book review: journey into Europe: Islam, immigration and identity by Akbar Ahmed. LSE Review of Books (14 Jun 2018). Website.

Abbasi, Asad (2018) Book Review: comic performance in Pakistan: the bhand by Claire Pamment. South Asia @ LSE (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Abbasi, Asad (2018) Book review: comic performance in Pakistan: the bhānd by Claire Pamment. LSE Review of Books (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Abou-Chadi, Tarik and Krause, Werner (2018) Radical right success and mainstream parties’ anti-immigrant policy shifts. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Abukar, Farhia (2018) Coloured girls. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Achilleos-Sarll, Columba (2018) The WPS Agenda requires a complementary approach to foreign and domestic policy. Women, Peace and Security (05 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Acimovic, Jason, Parker, Chris, Drake, David and Balasubramanian, Karthik (2018) How platforms can help their contract workers make decisions in uncertain environments. LSE Business Review (16 Aug 2018). Website.

Ackerman, Bruce and Le Grand, Julian ORCID: 0000-0002-7864-0118 (2018) How to have a serious referendum on Brexit and avoid a rerun of the original. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 May 2018). Website.

Adam, Paula, Solans-Domènech, Maite, Radó-Trilla, Núria, Dedeu, Toni and Barberà, Albert (2018) Developing a "responsible assessment" system to improve research impact: a case study from Catalonia. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Aug 2018). Website.

Adams, Stephen B. (2018) Silicon Valley and America's global ambition in the early 20th century. LSE Business Review (09 Apr 2018). Website.

Adamson, Maria and Kelan, Elisabeth (2018) Are celebrity women executives good role models for women? LSE Business Review (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Adamson, Maria and Kelan, Elisabeth (2018) Are celebrity women executives good role models for women? USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Adewole, Victoria (2018) The forgotten five billion: improving surgical services in low and middle-income countries. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Adisa, Olumide (2018) Book review: building better societies: promoting social justice in a world falling apart edited by Rowland Atkinson, Lisa Mckenzie and Simon Winlow. LSE Review of Books (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Adjerid, Idris, Peer, Eyal and Acquisti, Alessandro (2018) The paradox of wanting privacy but behaving as if it didn't matter. LSE Business Review (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Admati, Anat (2018) Financial crises, corporate scandals and blind spots: who is responsible? LSE Business Review (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Agarwal, Anmol (2018) Increasing inequality in India: a silent subject? South Asia @ LSE (18 Jun 2018). Website.

Agné, Hans and Mörkenstam, Ulf (2018) PhD students supervised collectively rather than individually are quicker to complete their theses. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Agramont, Daniel and Bonifaz, Gustavo (2018) The growing Chinese presence in Latin America and its (Geo)political manifestations in Bolivia. Working papers (2/2018). LSE Global South Unit, London, UK.

Agrawal, Mahak (2018) Expansion and deterioration: considering the environmental implications of the multiplier effect for New Delhi. South Asia @ LSE (26 Jun 2018). Website.

Aguiar-Conraria, Luís and Waldfogel, Joel (2018) The digitisation of recorded music: studying the ‘long tail’ effect. LSE Business Review (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Aguiar-Conraria, Luís and Waldfogel, Joel (2018) The digitisation of recorded music: studying the ‘long tail’ effect. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Aguilera, Rodrigo (2018) Populism in Mexico and Brazil: why are voters moving in opposite directions? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ahdash, Fatima (2018) Should the law facilitate the removal of the children of terrorists and extremists from their care? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Ahlburg, Dennis (2018) Why going to university in Britain is still a wise investment. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Feb 2018). Website.

Ahmed, Rafiul (2018) The NRC as 'truth machine' in Assam. South Asia @ LSE (30 Apr 2018). Website.

Ahmed, Wasim (2018) More room for greater depth and detail: implications for academic research of Twitter's expanded character limit. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Feb 2018). Website.

Akcaguner, Yasemin (2018) When the clock strikes sunset: The Politics of Time in the Late Ottoman Empire: the politics of time in the late Ottoman Empire. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Akello, Grace (2018) From 'saved' to secularised: the challenges facing former LRA fighters after reintegration into their communities. Africa at LSE (18 Jun 2018). Website.

Akins, Harrison (2018) Pakistan's 'Pashtun Spring' faces off against a colonial-era law. South Asia @ LSE (25 May 2018). Website.

Akirav, Osnat (2018) Does changing electoral rules affect legislators’ productivity? Democratic Audit Blog (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Al, Serhun (2018) Book review: Turkey's July 15th coup: what happened and why edited by M. Hakan Yavuz and Bayram Balci. LSE Review of Books (16 Jul 2018). Website.

Al-Mawlawi, Ali (2018) Iraq’s state-owned enterprises: a case study for public spending reform. Conflict Research Programme Blog (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Alam, Khurshed (2018) The problem of power practice in Bangladesh. South Asia @ LSE (23 Jan 2018). Website.

Albayrak-Aydemir, Nihan ORCID: 0000-0003-3412-4311 (2018) The Syrian refugee crisis: religious identity as a stronger predictor than national identity of helping in global emergencies. Religion and Global Society (26 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Albayrak-Aydemir, Nihan ORCID: 0000-0003-3412-4311 (2018) Who helps in global disasters. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Albert, Juan-Francisco and Gómez Fernández, Nerea (2018) The impact of uncertainty shocks in Spain: SVAR approach with sign restrictions. . Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies, LSE, London, UK.

Albert, Juan-Francisco and Gómez-Fernández, Nerea (2018) Monetary policy and the redistribution of net worth in the US. . London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. (Submitted)

Alhasan, Hasan (2018) Book review: rentier islamism: the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Gulf monarchies by Courtney Freer. LSE Review of Books (08 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ali, Mona (2018) Brexit and the reemergence of the balance of payments as a policy constraint. LSE Business Review (01 Sep 2018). Website.

Ali, Sultana and Rehman Cheema, Abdur (2018) Exploring the many barriers to a girl's education in Sindh, Pakistan. South Asia @ LSE (16 May 2018). Website.

Ali Saleem, Zmkan, Skelton, Mac and van den Toorn, Christine (2018) Security and governance in the disputed territories under a fractured GOI: the case of Northern Diyala. Conflict Research Programme Blog (06 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Ali Seerat, Rustam (2018) To improve security, the Afghanistan government needs to focus on urbanisation. South Asia @ LSE (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Alla, Kristel, Hall, Wayne, Whiteford, Harvey, Head, Brian and Meurk, Carla (2018) The concept of research impact pervades contemporary academic discourse - but what does it actually mean? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Jan 2018). Website.

Allchorn, William (2018) Local policy responses to anti-islamic protest in the UK need to consider both exclusionary and inclusionary approaches. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Allchorn, William (2018) Tommy Robinson and the UK’s post-EDL far right: how extremists are mobilising in response to online restrictions and developing a new ‘victimisation’ narrative. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Allchorn, William (2018) Towards a new ‘populist’ party?: UKIP’s interim manifesto and the future of the UK radical right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Allen, Louise and Shepherd, Laura (2018) In pursuing a new resolution on sexual violence Security Council significantly undermines women’s reproductive rights. Women, Peace and Security (25 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Allen, Peter (2018) Book review: The good politician: folk theories, political interaction and the rise of anti-politics by Nick Clarke et al. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Allen, Peter ORCID: 0000-0001-6555-3501 (2018) Book review: the good politician: folk theories, political interaction and the rise of anti-politics by Nick Clarke et al. LSE Review of Books (23 Jul 2018). Website.

Allen, Peter and Childs, Sarah (2018) How women work together in masculinised parliaments to represent the interests of women. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Allott, Philip (2018) National sovereignty seems to mean something clear and precise. It does not. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Sep 2018). Website.

Allsop, Bradley (2018) Why neoliberal approaches to policy are detrimental to democratic participation. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Alonso, José M. and Andrews, Rhys (2018) How local political preferences influence public housing reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Apr 2018). Website.

Altan, Servet (2018) Book review: slow looking: the art and practice of learning through observation by Shari Tishman. LSE Review of Books (07 Sep 2018). Website.

Aman-Rana, Shan (2018) Are initial allocation rules important for public service delivery and the allocation of talent within bureaucracies? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Amboko, Julians (2018) Liberalising the economy isn't enough to deal with Ethiopia's foreign currency crunch. LSE Business Review (29 Jun 2018). Website.

Amboko, Julians (2018) Zimbabwe in 2018: steering a difficult path to recovery. LSE Business Review (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Amery, Fran (2018) A sea-change in abortion politics: Stella Creasy's proposal and its significance for the entire UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Ames, Jenny (2018) How should we balance the research impact ecosystem? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Jun 2018). Website.

Amini, Shima and Toms, Steven (2018) Lessons from the 1890s to realign innovation and finance in post-Brexit Britain. LSE Business Review (12 Jan 2018). Website.

Anand, Paul (2018) Social resources matter - we shouldn't assume that only money talks. LSE Business Review (15 Aug 2018). Website.

Anciaes, Paulo Rui (2018) Book review: governing compact cities: how to connect planning, design and transport by Philipp Rode. LSE Review of Books (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Andersen, Jon Aarum (2018) The collapse of leadership theories. LSE Business Review (16 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Andersen, Jon Aarum (2018) The old man and the sea of leadership: looking for effectiveness. LSE Business Review (19 Jan 2018). Website.

Anderson, Simon P., Foros, Øystein and Kind, Hans Jarle (2018) The media market and the battle for increasingly rare exclusive eyeballs. LSE Business Review (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Andreasson, Stefan (2018) Who cares about Africa? British and American conservatisms in African development. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Angelaki, Marina (2018) Uncovering the profound effects that pension and health care reforms have had in post-crisis Greece. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Angelou, Angelos (2018) LSE Continental Breakfast 7: the business consequences of a breakdown in exit negotiations. LSE Brexit (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Anitha, Sundari and Pearson, Ruth (2018) Introducing "Striking women: struggles and strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet" (Part 1). South Asia @ LSE (14 Jun 2018). Website.

Anitha, Sundari and Pearson, Ruth (2018) LSE RB feature: Sundari Anitha and Ruth Pearson introduce striking women: struggles and strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet. LSE Review of Books (24 Apr 2018). Website.

Anitha, Sundari and Pearson, Ruth (2018) Sundari Anitha and Ruth Pearson on "Striking women: struggles and strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet" (Part 2). South Asia @ LSE (22 Jun 2018). Website.

Anselmo, Kevin (2018) The right messaging should be the cornerstone of your research communications strategy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Jun 2018). Website.

Antonakakis, Nikolaos (2018) Rethinking London's 'ripple effect' on house prices: other UK regions transmit shocks too. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Anyiam-Osigwe, Tetsekela (2018) Towards the vision of the African Union: a critical evaluation of the AU agenda from the perspective of Anyiam-Osigwe's Group Mind Principle. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Aranda Novoa, Amanda Rosalia (2018) Why new tariff codes are necessary to improve trade and combat climate change. LSE Business Review (27 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Arekapudi, Nisha (2018) Over 100 countries still bar women from working in specific jobs. LSE Business Review (09 May 2018). Website.

Arena, Claudia, Michelon, Giovanna and Trojanowski, Grzegorz (2018) When CEO hubris leads to environmental innovation. LSE Business Review (05 Jul 2018). Website.

Arezki, Rabah and Matsumoto, Akito (2018) Shifting commodity markets in a globalised world. LSE Business Review (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Arif, Amber (2018) CPEC: a continuum of opportunities and challenges for Pakistan. South Asia @ LSE (22 May 2018). Website.

Armaly, Miles T. (2018) Why an attack on the Supreme Court by Donald Trump could hurt its reputation in the eyes of his supporters. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Feb 2018). Website.

Arman, Abukar, Woldemariam, Yohannes, Fasan, Olu, Ogeno, Charles, O'Byrne, Ryan Joseph, Weis, Julianne, Lewis, Joanna, De Waal, Alex, Bouka, Yolande and Mertens, Charlotte (2018) Reading list: most popular blog posts of 2018. Africa at LSE (26 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Arnavas, Chiara (2018) A new China-themed India, but not for Muslim farmers. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Arnesen, Sveinung (2018) The problem of feedback loops: do opinion polls reinforce popular views? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Arnold, Maxwell (2018) Google's involvement is a step forward for blockchain. LSE Business Review (31 Aug 2018). Website.

Arrébola, Carlos A. and Deller, Rosemary (2018) 5 recommended readings on European integration in the age of Brexit. LSE Brexit (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Ashton, Nigel J (2018) British policy and Qaddafi's Libya: landmark victory in the battle for information rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2018). Website.

Ashwin, Sarah and Kabeer, Naila ORCID: 0000-0001-7769-9540 (2018) Taking #MeToo into global supply chains. LSE Business Review (05 Feb 2018). Website.

Ast, Federico (2018) The new federalism: blockchain will decentralise big tech's power on the internet. LSE Business Review (12 Jul 2018). Website.

Athanasakou, Vasiliki E. and Simpson, Ana (2018) How much attention do investors pay to rounding in earnings forecasts? LSE Business Review (17 May 2018). Website.

Atherton, Michelle (2018) In Pennsylvania's special election, Conor Lamb's Democratic victory was fuelled by his moderate positions and voters' concerns about healthcare. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Atherton, Michelle (2018) Why the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's gerrymandering decision is good news for Democrats. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Atkins, Judi (2018) How to make a coalition work: rhetoric lessons from the 2010-15 government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2018). Website.

Atkins, Judi (2018) 'Rivers of Blood' fifty years on: Enoch Powell's rhetoric of blame and exclusion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2018). Website.

Atkins, Judi (2018) Theresa May, Ed Miliband, and the problem of the 'personalised political'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Atkinson, Craig (2018) Disruptive trade technologies will usher in the 'internet of rules'. LSE Business Review (26 Apr 2018). Website.

Atkinson, Craig (2018) 'Trade policy 3.0' will foster inclusive trade. LSE Business Review (06 Jul 2018). Website.

Atkinson, Matthew D., DeWitt, Darin and Uscinski, Joseph E. (2018) Just like previous presidents, Donald Trump's political fortunes rise and fall with the economy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Mar 2018). Website.

Atkinson-Sheppard, Sally (2018) A rough life: exploring the involvement of street children in organised crime in Dhaka. South Asia @ LSE (04 Apr 2018). Website.

Auel, Katrin and Umit, Resul (2018) What determines how much an MP spends on communicating with their constituents? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Ayoubi, Charles, Pezzoni, Michele and Visentin, Fabiana (2018) It’s not the winning but the taking part that counts: how the process of applying for competitive grants is of benefit to researchers. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Azhar S/O Haj Mohamed, Muhammad (2018) Acting tough on sleeping rough. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Azhar S/O Haj Mohamed, Muhammad (2018) Happy 40th birthday? LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Azmat, Ghazala and Murphy, Richard (2018) Universities and industrial strategy in the UK. LSE Business Review (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Azmat, Ghazala and Simion, Stefania (2018) Analysing the distributional effects of higher education funding reforms in the UK. LSE Business Review (12 Mar 2018). Website.

Bacevic, Jana (2018) Book review: the toxic university: zombie leadership, academic rock stars and neoliberal ideology by John Smyth. LSE Review of Books (19 Jan 2018). Website.

Badham, Richard J and Rhodes, Carl (2018) (Mis)leading ethics: towards a bearable lightness of being. LSE Business Review (06 Jun 2018). Website.

Baeza Breinbauer, Daniela (2018) Don't talk to strangers? Maybe Mom was wrong: a longitudinal investigation on social capital and community driven development in East Africa. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Bahceci, Sergen (2018) The founding father on the wall. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Bailey, Hannah (2018) China’s two faced rhetoric: mobilising citizens and calming foreigners? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Bailey, Kate (2018) Book review: gore capitalism by Sayak Valencia. LSE Review of Books (01 Aug 2018). Website.

Bailey, Katie (2018) Mismanaged souls: why does employee engagement remain stubbornly low? LSE Business Review (25 Apr 2018). Website.

Baker, Catherine (2018) Colonialism does connect Britain, the EU and Bosnia – but Britain is not being treated like a colony. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Bakker, Jan and Datta, Nikhil (2018) Why dairy products will be more expensive after Brexit, and by how much. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2018). Website.

Balaram, Brhmie (2018) Insecurity in modern work: policy overlooks the 'chronically precarious' workers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Banaji, Shakuntala and Mejias, Sam ORCID: 0000-0003-3462-3815 (2018) Keeping freedom of movement is the top Brexit priority for young people. LSE Brexit (12 Jan 2018). Website.

Banaji, Shakuntala and Mejias, Sam ORCID: 0000-0003-3462-3815 (2018) Young people are highly critical of Brexit and fear the insularity it could bring. LSE Brexit (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Banerjee, Anirbaan (2018) The immigrant who voted to close the borders: the "inner outside"’ position of eurosceptic South Asians in Brexit Britain. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Banerjee, Paroj (2018) Bodies of affect in landscapes of despair. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Bannerman, Chris (2018) Long read: freedom of movement: what Brexit means for dance. LSE Brexit (14 Feb 2018). Website.

Bannerman, Gordon (2018) Business of war: contractors acted as the hidden wiring of the British army in the 1700s. LSE Business Review (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Barassi, Veronica (2018) The data in our faces. Parenting for a Digital Future (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Barclay, Andrew (2018) The political consequences of antisemitism? The party preferences of Britain’s Jews. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Bardhan, Pranab (2018) A global agenda for labour. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Apr 2018). Website.

Barker, Kim and Jurasz, Olga (2018) Online violence against women: addressing the responsibility gap? Women, Peace and Security (28 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Barnes, Lucy (2018) ScholarLed collaboration: a powerful engine to grow open access publishing. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Barnes, Naomi and Davies, Huw (2018) Do we (mis)recognise the political power of Twitter? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Barnes, Ralph M., Johnston, Heather M., MacKenzie, Noah, Tobin, Stephanie J. and Taglang, Chelsea M. (2018) Ad hominem attacks on scientists are just as likely to undermine public faith in research as legitimate empirical critiques. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Barnes, Richard, Williams, Chris, Stewart, Bryce, O'Leary, Bethan, Appleby, Thomas and Carpenter, Griffin (2018) It's still uncertain how the UK will deliver a 'successful' fisheries policy after Brexit. LSE Brexit (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Barnes, Robert, Williams, Chris, Stewart, Bryce, O'Leary, Bethan, Appleby, Thomas and Carpenter, Griffin (2018) Brexit and fishing: How can the UK deliver a 'successful' fisheries policy after Brexit? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Jan 2018). Website.

Barnett, Adrian (2018) Random audits could shift the incentive for researchers from quantity to quality. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Apr 2018). Website.

Barnett, Adrian (2018) An idea to promote research integrity: adding badges to papers where the authors fought against the results being suppressed or sanitised. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Jul 2018). Website.

Barnett, Steven (2018) The government scuppers Leveson part 2: is Britain’s press undermining democracy? Democratic Audit Blog (21 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Barr, Ashley (2018) For African American millennials, difficulties on the road to adulthood may be hurting their mothers' health. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 May 2018). Website.

Barrett, Gavin (2018) Mutually assured destruction? Understanding the UK and Ireland's standoff over the Northern Irish border. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 May 2018). Website.

Barrington-Leigh, Christopher and Wollenberg, Jan (2018) How state and local governments can buy their citizens’ happiness. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Barrinha, Andre and Farrand-Carrapico, Helena (2018) How coherent is EU cybersecurity policy? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Barrio, Astrid and Field, Bonnie N. (2018) Finding a way out of the Catalan labyrinth. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Barron, Nicholas (2018) Book review: archaeologists in print: publishing for the people by Amara Thornton. LSE Review of Books (06 Sep 2018). Website.

Barry, Karen (2018) Mental health risks in research training can no longer be ignored. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Jun 2018). Website.

Barry, Nicholas, Miragliotta, Narelle and Nwokora, Zim (2018) How and when constitutional conventions change in Westminster democracies. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Bartle, John, Dellepiane-Avellaneda, Sebastian and McGann, Anthony (2018) Elections rather than public opinion determine the broad direction of government policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2018). Website.

Barton, Alexander (2018) Protected housing does not protect Chicago's older Puerto Rican adults from the broader effects of gentrification. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Feb 2018). Website.

Barwise, Patrick (2018) Why tech markets are winner-take-all. LSE Business Review (16 Jun 2018). Website.

Basbøll, Thomas (2018) We need our scientists to build models that frame our policies, not to tell stories that shape them. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Jul 2018). Website.

Basbøll, Thomas (2018) A scientific paper shouldn't tell a good story but present a strong argument. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Jun 2018). Website.

Basedow, Robert (2018) While a global trade war is looming, the UK faces an anarchic world economy. LSE Brexit (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Basedow, Robert (2018) The future of EU international investment policy: what clues to take from NAFTA 2.0? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (11 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Basedow, Robert (2018) The future of EU international investment policy: what clues to take from NAFTA 2.0? USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Basi, Tina and Sloane, Mona (2018) Impact is crippling higher education. But it is still part of the solution. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Apr 2018). Website.

Basker, Emek, Vickers, Chris and Ziebarth, Nicolas L. (2018) A picture of the retail grocery industry during the Great Depression. LSE Business Review (02 Jul 2018). Website.

Basso, Frederic ORCID: 0000-0003-3709-8331 (2018) Bottom dollar. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Basu, Shrabani (2018) “The story of 1.5 million soldiers that served in WW1 has been forgotten over the years” – Shrabani Basu. South Asia @ LSE (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Batarseh., Feras A. (2018) Why an open mind on open science could reshape human knowledge. LSE Business Review (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Batarseh., Feras A. (2018) The unspoken global race for artificial intelligence. LSE Business Review (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Batel, Susana and Devine-Wright, Patrick (2018) Populism and energy: Britishness, Europeanness, and responses to energy infrastructures. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2018). Website.

Bauhr, Monika (2018) Why women in elected office reduce grand and petty corruption. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (17 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Bautista, Maria Angélica, Gonzalez, Felipe, Martinez, Luis Roberto, Muñoz, Pablo and Prem, Mounu (2018) El Chile de Pinochet nos muestra que la represión puede ser el fin de los dictadores. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Bautista, Maria Angélica, Gonzalez, Felipe, Martinez, Luis Roberto, Muñoz, Pablo and Prem, Mounu (2018) Pinochet’s Chile shows that repression can spell the end for dictators. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Baynes, Grace (2018) We need more carrots: give academic researchers the support and incentives to share data. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Bear, Daniel (2018) The jury is in on cannabis legalization in North America: it’s been a success. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Beaudoin, Daniel (2018) Five steps to meeting the challenges of maintaining an appropriate writing voice. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Beauregard, Katrine (2018) Partisanship and the gender gap: support for gender quotas in Australia. Democratic Audit Blog (04 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Beauvallet, Anne (2018) Expanding opportunities at school level in England is a government priority in name only. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Bechev, Dimitar (2018) Elections in Bosnia: more of the same, but there is a silver lining. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (13 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Becker, Ralph (2018) Strong and inclusive mayors are filling the gaps in state and federal decision making. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Apr 2018). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2018) 2018 is a crucial year for the platform-publisher relationship. LSE Business Review (26 May 2018). Website.

Beckett, Charlie (2018) Facebook's newsfeed changes: a disaster or an opportunity for news publishers? LSE Business Review (20 Jan 2018). Website.

Beckner, Helen (2018) Is the European Union a prominent actor in resolving displacement crises in aspiring member states? A case study: the Republic of Georgia. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Beer, Caroline and Cruz Aceves, Victor (2018) Compared to Mexico, religion's role in US society has hindered progress on legal equality for LGBT people. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Beer, Dave (2018) The data imaginary: six reasons why data analytics have become so powerful. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2018). Website.

Begg, Iain (2018) After a period of resilience, things appear to be turning sour for the UK economy. LSE Brexit (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Begg, Iain (2018) The Brexit-sized hole in the future EU budget. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jan 2018). Website.

Begg, Iain (2018) The Brexit-sized hole in the future EU budget. LSE Brexit (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Begg, Iain (2018) Italy rues the rules. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2018) Read my lips: no such thing as a Brexit dividend. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jun 2018). Website.

Begg, Iain (2018) Rethinking the governance of economic and monetary union: should rules continue to rule? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Begg, Iain and Featherstone, Kevin (2018) From ‘Vincolo Esterno’ to ‘Nemico Esterno’: the disturbing new demonisation of the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (27 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain and Featherstone, Kevin (2018) A breakdown of EU norms and rules risks opening Pandora’s box. LSE Brexit (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Behrens, Alfredo (2018) Latin America's literature, history, and culture show that we must find our own managerial script. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Bekkers, Eddy, Francois, Joseph and Rojas-Romagosa, Hugo (2018) Melting ice caps will open the northern sea to commercial traffic and change world trade patterns. LSE Business Review (08 Aug 2018). Website.

Belcher, Erica (2018) Will the ‘youthquake’ shake up the 2018 local elections? Democratic Audit Blog (19 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Bell, Alex and Chetty, Raj (2018) Exposure to innovation influences who becomes an inventor. LSE Business Review (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Bell, Kirsten (2018) Does not compute: why I'm proposing a moratorium on academics' use of the term "outputs". Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Benedikter, Roland (2018) Italy's post-electoral intrigues shed light on the country's political culture. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 May 2018). Website.

Benedikter, Roland, Zlosilo, Miguel and Saeger, Corinna (2018) The six sources of Piñera's success in Chile's 2017 elections will also shape his second term. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Bennett, Ieuan (2018) Born to fail? How influential was class In the examination system In Scotland In the 1970s? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Bennie, Lynn, Mitchell, James and Johns, Rob (2018) Movement politics and the 2014 party membership surge in Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Benson, Michaela (2018) Contrary to popular assumption, most Britons living in the EU27 aren't retirees. LSE Brexit (05 Apr 2018). Website.

Bergmann, Adrian (2018) El Salvador elections 2018: security, migration, and the beginning of the end for two-party rule. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Bernacchio, Caleb (2018) Our inherent vulnerability and dependence on others in the workplace. LSE Business Review (27 Jul 2018). Website.

Berry, Craig (2018) Austerity is over?: It never really began. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2018) Book review: Europe reset: new directions for the EU by Richard Youngs. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Besen-Cassino, Yasemin (2018) Teen girls and the earliest gender inequalities in the labour market. LSE Business Review (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Betts, Julian R., Hahn, Youjin and Zau, Andrew C. (2018) Carefully designed multiple choice tests can help teachers to quickly determine what students don't understand. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Bevington, Matthew (2018) What will Brexit mean for the government's immigration agencies? LSE Brexit (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Bhalla, Surjit and Bowers, Rebecca (2018) “Educate women and men lose control” – Surjit S. Bhalla. South Asia @ LSE (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Bhatt, Kinnari (2018) Book review: borrowing together: microfinance and cultivating social ties by Becky Yang Hsu. LSE Review of Books (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Bhattacharya, Aveek ORCID: 0000-0003-1833-4706 (2018) Book review: dreamers: how young Indians are changing the world by Snigdha Poonam. LSE Review of Books (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Bhattacharya, Aveek ORCID: 0000-0003-1833-4706 (2018) Book review: the case against education: why the education system is a waste of time and money by Bryan Caplan. LSE Review of Books (30 May 2018). Website.

Bhopal, Kalwant (2018) The myth of a post-racial society: white privilege is still being perpetuated in English schools. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Apr 2018). Website.

Bhullar, Indy (2018) Finding 'buried' data on South Asia at LSE Library. South Asia @ LSE (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Bhuta, Aishwarya (2018) Book review: the free voice: on democracy, culture and the nation by Ravish Kumar. LSE Review of Books (28 Sep 2018). Website.

Bickerton, Chris (2018) The Five Star Movement and the rise of 'techno-populist' parties. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 May 2018). Website.

Bicquelet-Lock, Aude and Addison, Helen (2018) Are discretionary referendums on the EU becoming ‘politically obligatory?’. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Biegon, Rubrick and Watts, Tom (2018) Book review: the fifth risk by Michael Lewis. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Billitteri, Tom (2018) Bitcoin may not last, but blockchain could be the real deal. LSE Business Review (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Billitteri, Tom (2018) Gaza's endemic economic misery lies behind the confrontation. LSE Business Review (25 Apr 2018). Website.

Billitteri, Tom (2018) Gun control activism reaches the corporate boardroom. LSE Business Review (31 Jul 2018). Website.

Bin Saqib, Bilal (2018) On a roll: the LSE student helping solve Pakistan’s water crisis a wheel at a time. South Asia @ LSE (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Binney, George, Glanfield, Philip and Wilke, Gerhard (2018) Whether you like it or not, office politics is unavoidable. LSE Business Review (08 Jun 2018). Website.

Binney, George, Glanfield, Philip and Wilke, Gerhard (2018) A managerial orthodoxy dominates organisational life since the Thatcher/Reagan era. LSE Business Review (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Birch, Kean (2018) Book review: a research agenda for neoliberalism by Kean Birch. LSE Review of Books (14 Feb 2018). Website.

Bisello, Martina and Fernández-Macías, Enrique (2018) Are blue-collar jobs turning white? LSE Business Review (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Bittner, Amanda and Goodyear-Grant, Elizabeth (2018) Why "sex" may not be the best way to understand the gender gap in political behavior. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Bjarnadóttir, María (2018) Online abuse is driving women out of public life. It’s time to act. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Björnmalm, Mattias (2018) Let’s focus on the research process, not the outputs. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Björnmalm, Mattias (2018) The future for academic publishers lies in navigating research, not distributing it. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Blackmore, Kara (2018) Understanding South Sudan: questions of knowledge and representation photo essay. Africa at LSE (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Blackmore, Kara and Serumaga, Nikissi (2018) Creating the right dynamic among our resident artists to curate impact in #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (04 Apr 2018). Website.

Blackwell, Joel (2018) Brexit is an opportunity for MPs to scrutinise legislation better. LSE Brexit (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Blackwell, Joel (2018) Very little time is left for Parliament to scrutinise Brexit statutory instruments. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Blakeley, Ruth and Raphael, Sam (2018) Ending UK involvement in torture: lip service is not enough. British Policy and Politics at LSE (18 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Blakeley, Ruth and Raphael, Sam (2018) Ending UK involvement in torture: lip service is not enough. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2018) Rematch? The constitutional implications of a second EU referendum. LSE Brexit (19 Jan 2018). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2018) The UK political system has been stirred by the Brexit process. LSE Brexit (13 Apr 2018). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2018) What precisely does 'Canada +++' mean? LSE Brexit (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2018) The constitutional implications of a second EU referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Bloom, Nicholas, Chen, Scarlet and Mizen, Paul (2018) Brexit is a major and growing source of uncertainty for firms. LSE Business Review (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Bochsler, Daniel and Hänni, Miriam (2018) Why voters in emerging democracies are more reliable than we thought. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 May 2018). Website.

Bochsler, Daniel and Hänni, Miriam (2018) Why voters in emerging democracies are more reliable than we thought. Democratic Audit Blog (18 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Bodrožić, Zlatko and Adler, Paul S. (2018) What explains the evolution of management models over the past two centuries? LSE Business Review (20 Sep 2018). Website.

Bolet, Diane (2018) Continental Breakfast 6: is Switzerland a model for the UK-EU relationship? LSE Brexit (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Bonfatti, Roberto and Hjortshøj O’Rourke, Kevin (2018) Growth, import dependence and war: the risks of Chinese vulnerability. LSE Business Review (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Bonfatti, Roberto and Hjortshøj O’Rourke, Kevin (2018) Growth, import dependence and war: the risks of Chinese vulnerability. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Bonnet, Carole, Garbinti, Bertrand and Solaz, Anne (2018) Does part-time mothering help get a job? The role of shared custody in women’s employment. CASEpapers (209). Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Boone, Catherine (2018) Refocusing scholarly attention on Kenya's smallholder settlement schemes is long overdue. Africa at LSE (27 Jun 2018). Website.

Booth, Alison, Fan, Elliott, Meng, Xin and Zhang, Dandan (2018) Lessons from a state-imposed gender equality policy in China. LSE Business Review (29 May 2018). Website.

Booth, Jonathan E. ORCID: 0000-0002-8563-4613 (2018) The Supreme Court's 'fair share' case is an existential threat to public sector unions. But it may force them to engage and embrace choice. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Mar 2018). Website.

Borchardt, Rachel and Hartings, Matthew R. (2018) The academic papers researchers regard as significant are not those that are highly cited. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 May 2018). Website.

Bordignon, Fabio (2018) Silvio is back: understanding Berlusconi's latest revival ahead of the Italian general election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Boswell, Christina (2018) Deportation targets in the Home Office: a long and troubled history. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 May 2018). Website.

Boswell, Christina and Smith, Katherine (2018) One-way, mutually constitutive, or two autonomous spheres: what is the relationship between research and policy? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Mar 2018). Website.

Botterill, Kate (2018) Will Polish nationals feel at home in Scotland after Brexit? LSE Brexit (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Bowen, Bleddyn (2018) Leaving Spaceship Europe: British space policy after Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2018). Website.

Bowers, Rebecca (2018) 'How can a woman do these things?' Evaluating pathways of mobility for female construction workers. South Asia @ LSE (08 Mar 2018). Website.

Bowers, Rebecca (2018) 'It can be easier to talk about horrendous things to an outsider rather than to someone you're going to see every day'- Professor Lucy Chester. South Asia @ LSE (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Bowers, Rebecca (2018) 'This is ethnic cleansing. It's not just a bump in the road' - Mark Farmaner. South Asia @ LSE (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Bowers, Rebecca (2018) "The major lesson that can be drawn is that China is willing to consistently support Pakistan up to a certain extent"- Dr Filippo Boni. South Asia @ LSE (08 May 2018). Website.

Bowers, Rebecca and Menon, Ritu (2018) "The fact that the entire trade market of the publishing industry is still predominantly in the hands of men, means that there has to be a very concerted effort to shift that balance"- Ritu Menon. South Asia @ LSE (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Boyea, Brent (2018) States with partisan judicial elections and professionalized courts attract greater campaign contributions. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Brablec, Dana (2018) Urban ethnic associations are allowing Chile's Mapuche to reclaim Santiago as an indigenous space. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Braggion, Fabio and Ongena, Steven (2018) The 1971 UK banking deregulation had a positive effect on firms. LSE Business Review (19 Jul 2018). Website.

Brandenburg, Heinz (2018) What party competition in England will look like after European Parliament elections end. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Braun, Robert (2018) Instead of asking whether we need self-driving vehicles, why not ask whether we need cars at all? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Brefo, Henry (2018) Book review: mediators, contract men and colonial capital: mechanized gold mining in the Gold Coast Colony, 1879-1909 by Cassandra Mark-Thiesen. LSE Review of Books (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Brembs, Björn and Geltner, Guy (2018) The scholarly commons must be developed on public standards. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Bridge, Olivia (2018) Is the government changing its stance towards asylum seekers? Don't hold your breath. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jul 2018). Website.

Bridge, Olivia (2018) Lifting the visa cap for nurses and doctors is not all the NHS needs to relieve its staff shortages. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2018). Website.

Bridgewater, Jack (2018) England’s local election’s 2018: what’s at stake in Birmingham? Democratic Audit Blog (24 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Bridgewater, Jack (2018) The Irish citizens’ assembly on the 8th amendment is a model for participatory democracy, which other democratic countries should follow. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Brinkley, Ian (2018) The future of work and how we can change it. LSE Business Review (17 Jul 2018). Website.

Bronk, Richard (2018) Might economists be partly to blame for Trump and moves towards a ‘full British Brexit’? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jun 2018). Website.

Brook, Lesley (2018) Lining up the dominoes: lessons from art research on how to evidence impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Aug 2018). Website.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2018) The playing field between YouTube and television will be a bit fairer, but still far from level. LSE Business Review (20 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Brown, Gerry (2018) Facebook's light approach to corporate governance. LSE Business Review (01 May 2018). Website.

Brown, Gerry (2018) How the WPP board bungled Martin Sorrell's departure. LSE Business Review (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Brown, Jack (2018) London Calling Brexit: how the rest of the UK views the capital. LSE Brexit (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Brown, Richard (2018) Brexit is going to be yet another fissure in the UK's generational divide. LSE Brexit (06 Apr 2018). Website.

Brown, Stuart A. (2018) Keep off the Brexit barricades. Times Higher Education. ISSN 0049-3929

Brown-Pedersen, Jonas (2018) The Inadequacy of UK Moral Rights Protection: A Comparative Study on the Waivability of Rights and Recontextualisation of Works in Copyright and Droit D’auteurs Systems. LSE Law Review, 3. pp. 115-128. ISSN 2516-4058

Brucal, Arlan (2018) Delinking economic growth and CO2 emission is possible. LSE Business Review (19 Feb 2018). Website.

Bruce, Rachel and Cordewener, Bas (2018) Open science is all very well but how do you make it FAIR in practice? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Jul 2018). Website.

Bruno, Valerio Alfonso and Downes, James F. (2018) The Italian populist government is voluntarily heading towards the next political crisis (and it may have the upper hand). Democratic Audit Blog (29 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Brusenbauch Meislová, Monika (2018) All things to all people: the UK–EU relationship in David Cameron’s speeches. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Bryant, Lucy (2018) Does capitalism cause addiction? Empirical analysis of Alexander's Dislocation Theory of Addiction. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Bryson, Alex and Stokes, Lucy (2018) Should schools bother with modern human resources management? LSE Business Review (26 Mar 2018). Website.

Bryson, Caroline and McKay, Stephen (2018) Non-resident parents: why are they hard to capture in surveys and what can we do about it? CASEpapers (210). Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Bryson, John R., Green, Anne, Collinson, Simon and Sevinc, Deniz (2018) England's qualifications gap and its solutions: evidence from the West Midlands. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2018). Website.

Bryson, John R., Green, Anne, Collinson, Simon and Sevinc, Deniz (2018) The widespread increase in the skills gap across UK regions. LSE Business Review (07 Jul 2018). Website.

Bucello, Girard (2018) The vaults. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Bulat, Alexandra (2018) London Calling Brexit: it’s not about Britain and Europe, it’s about Barnet High Street and All Saints’ School. LSE Brexit (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Bulat, Alexandra (2018) The rights of non-UK EU citizens living here are not a 'done deal'. This is why. LSE Brexit (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Bullock, Steve (2018) Brexit 'ultras' are undermining the integrity of the Civil Service. The consequences could be grave. LSE Brexit (02 Feb 2018). Website.

Bullock, Steve (2018) Brexit is not inevitable. These are the steps Parliament could take to halt it. LSE Brexit (14 May 2018). Website.

Burchell, Kevin, Sheppard, Chloe and Chambers, Jenni (2018) A "work in progress"? Public engagement is now part of the UK research landscape but challenges remain. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Feb 2018). Website.

Burden, Barry C., Canon, David T., Mayer, Kenneth R. and Moynihan, Donald P. (2018) New evidence shows that letting people vote early benefits Republicans while Election-Day Registration helps Democrats. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Burgess, Simon and Platt, Lucinda (2018) Integrating the next generation: how school composition affects inter-ethnic attitudes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2018). Website.

Burke, Abbey (2018) Is the Whole Point of Human Rights Their Universal Character? A, B & C v Ireland and SAS v France. LSE Law Review, 3. pp. 45-56. ISSN 2516-4058

Burke, Lauren (2018) United Airlines in-flight catering workers’ union victory shows there is hope in the face of employers’ anti-union campaigns and weak legal protections. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Burkhart, Mike and Lee, Samuel (2018) Two corporate governance mechanisms: activism and hostile takeovers. LSE Business Review (12 Jun 2018). Website.

Burton, Sarah (2018) Book review: Against meritocracy: culture, power and myths of mobility by Jo Littler. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Burton, Sarah (2018) Book review: against meritocracy: culture, power and myths of mobility by Jo Littler. LSE Review of Books (04 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Burton, Sarah (2018) Book review: the sociology of intellectuals: after 'the existentialist moment' by Simon Susen and Patrick Baert. LSE Review of Books (14 Feb 2018). Website.

Busygina, Irina (2018) Russian concessions to Europe are unlikely, and European concessions to Russia are useless. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Apr 2018). Website.

Byrd, Kaitland M., Byrd, W. Carson, Hossfeld, Leslie, Kelly, E. Brooke and Waity, Julia (2018) Stereotypes about poverty mean that policymakers aren’t fighting food insecurity. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Byrne, Richard (2018) The Common Agricultural Policy is dead: long live the BAP. LSE Brexit (21 Mar 2018). Website.

Byrne, Richard (2018) The migrant labour shortage is already here, and agri-tech can't yet fill the gap. LSE Brexit (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Bârgăoanu, Alina (2018) Central and Eastern Europe after Brexit: fear of domination, fear of abandonment. LSE Brexit (12 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Béland, Daniel, Rocco, Philip, Shi, Shih-Jiunn and Waddan, Alex (2018) Despite very different beginnings, China and America now have a great deal in common in how social policy provision is organized. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Bø, Øyvind (2018) Should the UK choose the 'Norway model', it would still be subject to the jurisdiction of a foreign court. LSE Brexit (27 Mar 2018). Website.

CHPI Research Team, (2018) How and why the State's purchasing power should be used to renegotiate PFI deals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Cadywould, Charlie (2018) Michael Gove's agricultural utopia?: Britain cannot keep high standards without real subsidy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Cai, Jing and Szeidl, Adam (2018) Business relationships boost firms' performance. LSE Business Review (06 Sep 2018). Website.

Cairney, Paul (2018) The UK government’s imaginative use of evidence to make policy. Democratic Audit Blog (31 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Calcara, Antonio (2018) Assessing the impact of new European defence initiatives on transatlantic relations. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 May 2018). Website.

Calderon, Niv (2018) Is car ownership on its way out? LSE Business Review (02 Feb 2018). Website.

Calleri, Martina (2018) The #MeToo Movement's Naissance. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Calzada, Joan and Tselekounis, Markos (2018) Net neutrality in a hyperlinked Internet economy. LSE Business Review (18 Sep 2018). Website.

Camilo Sánchez, Nelson (2018) Colombia elections 2018: safeguarding progress towards implementation of the peace agreement. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (25 May 2018). Website.

Campbell, Danielle and Moore, Gabriel (2018) Less than 5% of papers on the use of research in health policymaking tested interventions to see what worked. But those studies reveal a number of strategies for improvement. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Campbell, Ian (2018) What makes a good life? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Campbell, Ross (2018) Down but not out: the CSU’s faltering performance in the Bavarian state elections. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Campbell, Tammy (2018) Nurturing inequality: how early primary school streaming creates difference via teachers’ perceptions. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Campbell, Tammy, Gambaro, Ludovica and Stewart, Kitty ORCID: 0000-0001-7744-8741 (2018) Closing the gap in access to free ‘universal’ early education: what types of provision can help low-income families participate? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Campiglio, Emanuele, Dafermos, Yannis, Monnin, Pierre, Ryan-Collins, Josh, Schotten, Guido and Tanaka, Misa (2018) Climate change poses risks to the financial system. How can central banks deal with them? LSE Business Review (30 Aug 2018). Website.

Campos, Nauro F. (2018) Always look on the bright side of Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (08 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Campos, Nauro F. (2018) Always look on the bright side of Brexit. LSE Brexit (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Campos, Nauro F. (2018) European migrants are mostly high-skilled, even if temporarily taking up low-skilled jobs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Candel-Haug, Katharina, Cuntz, Alexander and Falck, Oliver (2018) Polish immigrants stimulate innovation in Germany. LSE Business Review (10 May 2018). Website.

Cante, Fabien (2018) Book review: the political economy of everyday life in Africa: beyond the margins, edited by Wale Adebanwi. Africa at LSE (22 Jun 2018). Website.

Cante, Fabien (2018) Book review: urban revolt: state power and the rise of people's movements in the global south, edited by Trevor Ngwane, Luke Sinwell and Immanuel Ness. Africa at LSE (02 Feb 2018). Website.

Canévet, Josselin (2018) Book review: khaki capital: the political economy of the military of Southeast Asia edited by Paul Chambers and Napisa Waitoolkiat. LSE Review of Books (31 Jul 2018). Website.

Capussela, Andrea Lorenzo (2018) The Italian election: continuity, change, and Berlusconi's rebirth. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Capussela, Andrea Lorenzo (2018) Rethinking the concept of freedom in contemporary capitalism. LSE Business Review (03 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Capussela, Andrea Lorenzo (2018) A decisive political battle: what the statute of limitations tells us about Italy’s ruling coalition. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (12 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Capussela, Andrea Lorenzo (2018) The liberal conception of ‘freedom’ is incapable of addressing the problems of contemporary capitalism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (29 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Capussela, Andrea Lorenzo and Pasquino, Gianfranco (2018) After Italy's vote: the case for a deal between the Democratic Party and the Five Star Movement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Carayannis, Tatiana and Pangburn, Aaron (2018) DDR and return in the DRC - a foolish investment or necessary risk? Africa at LSE (26 Mar 2018). Website.

Carayannis, Tatiana and Pangburn, Aaron (2018) What works in security interventions: rethinking DDR in today’s violent conflicts. Conflict Research Programme Blog (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Carayannis, Tatiana and Pangburn, Aaron (2018) What works in security interventions: rethinking DDR in today’s violent conflicts. Conflict Research Management (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Carayannis, Tatiana, Vlassenroot, Koen, Hoffmann, Kasper and Pangburn, Aaron (2018) Competing networks and political order in the Democratic Republic of Congo: a literature review on the logics of public authority and international intervention. . London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Carberry, Edward J., Engelen, Peter-Jan and Van Essen, Marc (2018) How the media influence investors' reactions to corporate misconduct. LSE Business Review (09 Aug 2018). Website.

Carl, Noah (2018) Leavers have a better understanding of Remainers' motivations than vice versa. LSE Brexit (04 May 2018). Website.

Carlos, W. Chad and Hiatt, Shon (2018) When companies have ties to politicians or military officials. LSE Business Review (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Carlos, W. Chad and Lewis, Ben W. (2018) Strategic silence: why are some companies not publicising their environmental certifications? LSE Business Review (24 Sep 2018). Website.

Carlos, W. Chad and Lewis, Ben W. (2018) Strategic silence: why are some companies not publicising their environmental certifications? USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Carolei, Domenico (2018) How is Oxfam being held accountable over the Haiti scandal? Democratic Audit Blog (14 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Carolei, Domenico (2018) How is Oxfam being held accountable over the Haiti scandal? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Mar 2018). Website.

Carrington, Grace (2018) Fifty years after the controversial May '67 trial, France continues to criminalise activists in Guadeloupe. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Carse, Vincent (2018) Risky talk? Assessing the effect of macroeconomic announcements on asset prices. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Carson, Calum (2018) The wage that's not for living: the problem with the "National Living Wage". LSE Business Review (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Carson, Jamie L. and Williamson, Ryan D. (2018) Why taking moderate positions may help the Democrats to retake the House this fall. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Carson, Kit (2018) Blockchain will open up the global retail banking system. LSE Business Review (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Carter, Alecia (2018) Women ask fewer questions than men in academic seminars. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Caruana-Galizia, Paul (2018) Book review: Orbán: Europe's new strongman by Paul Lendvai. LSE Review of Books (13 Feb 2018). Website.

Carver, Fred (2018) UK influence after Brexit: the Commonwealth should be seen as a network, not as an excuse. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2018). Website.

Cascino, Stefano ORCID: 0000-0002-6703-741X (2018) The quality of financial information explains why stocks and bonds co-move. LSE Business Review (15 May 2018). Website.

Cassino, Dan (2018) Generic ballot measures, party candidate recruitment and the coming 2018 wave. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Casson, Nora J. (2018) Collaborative research skills should be meaningfully incorporated into undergraduate programmes. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Sep 2018). Website.

Castanho Silva, Bruno, Vegetti, Federico and Littvay, Levente (2018) On the affinities (and differences) between populism and a belief in conspiracy theories. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Castilla, Emilio J. and Rissing, Ben A. (2018) Why endorsements may advantage MBA applicants. LSE Business Review (11 Jun 2018). Website.

Catalfamo, John and Arts, Laura (2018) Outside the single market, what kind of deal can Britain's services sector hope for? LSE Brexit (06 Jun 2018). Website.

Cavaglia, Chiara, McNally, Sandra and Ventura, Guglielmo (2018) Do apprenticeships increase earnings? LSE Business Review (20 Mar 2018). Website.

Cayley, Rachael (2018) Writer's block is not a struggle with your writing but with your thinking. Write your way out of it. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Mar 2018). Website.

Cea, Joanna and Rimington, Jess (2018) The future of innovation: democratising influence. LSE Business Review (30 Apr 2018). Website.

Cengiz, Firat (2018) We need to talk (more) about deliberative democracy in the EU. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Ceperković, Marko (2018) Could Belgrade's local elections signal a power shift in Serbia? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Feb 2018). Website.

Cerrato, Simona (2018) The new, younger generation of scientists is much more open to dialogue with society. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Aug 2018). Website.

Chabikwa, Rutendo (2018) To coup or not to coup: how the Zimbabwean coup exhibited a new postcolonial militarized masculinity and complicated the understanding of conflict. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Chakrabarty, Malancha (2018) In need of realignment: Indian investments should match development cooperation initiatives in Africa. South Asia @ LSE (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Chan, Tiffany (2018) The best bookshops in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. LSE Review of Books (12 Mar 2018). Website.

Chanin, Joshua, Welsh, Megan and Nurge, Dana (2018) Police use traffic stops as a form of ‘catch and release’ to disproportionately target Black Americans. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Chant, Sylvia (2018) Gambian ‘vous’. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Charron, Nicholas and Bauhr, Monika (2018) European solidarity?: explaining EU citizens’ attitudes towards economic redistribution in the age of Brexit. LSE Brexit (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, Cléo (2018) Book review: a lab of one's own: science and suffrage in the First World War by Patricia Fara. LSE Review of Books (10 May 2018). Website.

Chaudron, Stephane and Di Gioia, Rosanna (2018) Young children and the use of digital technology across Europe. Parenting for a Digital Future (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Chavarro, Diego and Ràfols, Ismael (2018) La evaluación de la investigación basada en revistas margina a regiones como América Latina y sus temas más relevantes. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (03 Jan 2018). Website.

Chavarro, Diego and Ràfols, Ismael (2018) A avaliação da pesquisa baseada em periódicos marginaliza regiões como a América Latina e seus problemas mais relevantes. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Chavulimu Kalika, Wayne (2018) Book review: the African garrison state: human rights and political development in Eritrea by Daniel R. Mekonnen and Kjetil Tronvoll. Africa at LSE (23 Mar 2018). Website.

Cheema, Nadir (2018) Pakistan’s twin deficits and IMF fiscal conditionality. South Asia @ LSE (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Chemouni, Benjamin (2018) Book review: why comrades go to war: liberation politics and the outbreak of Africa's deadliest conflict by Philip Roessler and Harry Verhoeven. Africa at LSE (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Chen, Adela and Karahanna, Elena (2018) When work interrupts us after hours. LSE Business Review (28 Mar 2018). Website.

Chen, Natalie and Novy, Dennis (2018) Currency unions do little to boost trade among established commercial partners. LSE Business Review (24 Jul 2018). Website.

Cheng, Terence C., Costa-i-Font, Joan ORCID: 0000-0001-7174-7919 and Powdthavee, Nattavudh (2018) Do you have to win it to fix it? A longitudinal studyof lottery winners and their health care demand. American Journal of Health Economics, 4 (1). pp. 26-50. ISSN 2332-3493

Chew, Yunqian Agnes (2018) The dark side of a successful developmental state: prosperity and poverty in Singapore. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Chhaochharia, Vidhi (2018) The tale of two Germanies highlights how childcare provision benefits women. LSE Business Review (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Chiara Vinciguerra, Maria (2018) Understanding Italy's new 'bipolar populism'. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Mar 2018). Website.

Chilcott, Alice (2018) Weaponising feminism in the Brexit debate: women's organisations and the need for nuance. LSE Brexit (17 May 2018). Website.

Chisholm, Jennifer (2018) Quem está invadindo quem? A complexa batalha nos assentamentos informais do Rio em área federal. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (20 Feb 2018). Website.

Chmielewska-Szlajfer, Helena (2018) How do tabloid journalists reconcile their own politics with their employer's line? LSE Brexit (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Chmielewska-Szlajfer, Helena (2018) What makes a community?: the overlooked emancipation of the province in Poland since 1989. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (12 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Chowdhury, Adib (2018) Letters from Arakan. South Asia @ LSE (27 Mar 2018). Website.

Chzhen, Yekaterina and Rees, Gwyther (2018) Why international comparisons of education should focus on both averages and equality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Cianetti, Licia (2018) Why 'trickle down' approaches to the social inclusion of minorities are unlikely to produce real change. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Ciflikli, Gökhan (2018) A new interactive tool can show us just how polarised Congress has become. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Cino, Davide and Demozzi, Silvia (2018) Social networking sites as virtual ‘showcases’. Parenting for a Digital Future (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Cino Pagliarello, Marina (2018) LSE continental breakfast 8: 'follow', 'unfriend' or 'take a break'? Three Brexit scenarios envisaged. LSE Brexit (03 May 2018). Website.

Clare, Linda, Wu, Yu-Tzu, Jones, Ian R., Victor, Christina R., Nelis, Sharon M., Martyr, Anthony, Quinn, Catherine, Litherland, Rachael, Pickett, James A., Hindle, John V., Jones, Roy W., Knapp, Martin ORCID: 0000-0003-1427-0215, Kopelman, Michael D., Morris, Robin G., Rusted, Jennifer M., Thom, Jeanette M., Lamont, Ruth A., Henderson, Catherine, Rippon, Isla, Hillman, Alexandra and Matthews, Fiona E. (2018) A comprehensive model of factors associated with subjective perceptions of “living well” with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Alzheimer's and Dementia, 14 (7). ISSN 1552-5260

Clare, Linda, Wu, Yu-Tzu, Jones, Ian Rees, Victor, Christina R., Nelis, Sharon M., Martyr, Anthony, Quinn, Catherine, Litherland, Rachael, Pickett, James A., Hindle, John V., Jones, Roy W., Knapp, Martin ORCID: 0000-0003-1427-0215, Kopelman, Michael D., Morris, Robin G., Rusted, Jennifer M., Thom, Jeanette M., Lamont, Ruth A., Henderson, Catherine, Rippon, Isla, Hillman, Alexandra and Matthews, Fiona E. (2018) A comprehensive model of factors associated with subjective perceptions of living well with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders. ISSN 0893-0341

Clare, Linda, Wu, Yu-Tzu, Quinn, Catherine, Jones, Ian R., Victor, Christina R., Nelis, Sharon M., Martyr, Anthony, Litherland, Rachael, Pickett, James A., Hindle, John V., Jones, Roy W., Knapp, Martin ORCID: 0000-0003-1427-0215, Kopelman, Michael D., Morris, Robin G., Rusted, Jennifer M., Thom, Jeanette M., Lamont, Ruth A., Henderson, Catherine, Rippon, Isla, Hillman, Alexandra and Matthews, Fiona E. (2018) A comprehensive model of factors associated with capability to “live well” for family caregivers of people living with mild-to-moderate dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders. ISSN 0893-0341

Clark, Alistair and Bennie, Lynn (2018) The many roles of manifestos at the subnational level in British general elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2018). Website.

Clark, Alistair and Bennie, Lynn (2018) The many roles of manifestos at the subnational level in British general elections. Democratic Audit Blog (25 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Clayton, David and Higgins, David (2018) Let’s lose control: public procurement policy before, during, and after EU membership. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Clearfield, Christopher and Tilcsik, András (2018) Why flying is safer than ever and what we can learn from it. LSE Business Review (05 Apr 2018). Website.

Clemens, Anna (2018) Writing a page-turner: how to tell a story in your scientific paper. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 May 2018). Website.

Clemm von Hohenberg, Bernhard (2018) People rely on their attitudes more than the source when judging the accuracy of news stories on Facebook. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Feb 2018). Website.

Clewett, Paul (2018) Book review: The borders of ‘Europe’: autonomy of migration, tactics of bordering edited by Nicholas De Genova. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Clewett, Paul (2018) Book review: the borders of 'Europe': autonomy of migration, tactics of bordering edited by Nicholas De Genova. LSE Review of Books (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Clift, Ben (2018) IMF 'doves' versus German 'hawks'? The Fund and Europe's politics of austerity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 May 2018). Website.

Clifton, Judith, Díaz Fuentes, Daniel and Gómez, Ana Lara (2018) Ideology (not economics) explains why the Troika treated Ireland less harshly than Greece. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Coban, Mehmet Kerem (2018) Book review: leading professionals: power, politics and prima donnas by Laura Empson. LSE Review of Books (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Cockerham, Alexandra G. and Crew, Jr, Robert E. (2018) Why the extensive use of executive orders by state governors may not be a threat to democracy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Apr 2018). Website.

Codiroli Mcmaster, Natasha (2018) Book review: Miseducation: inequality, education and the working classes by Diane Reay. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Codiroli Mcmaster, Natasha (2018) Book review: miseducation: inequality, education and the working classes by Diane Reay. LSE Review of Books (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Codogno, Lorenzo (2018) Greece's clean exit: politics vs economics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Apr 2018). Website.

Codogno, Lorenzo (2018) How will Italy's election affect its relationship with the EU? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Feb 2018). Website.

Codogno, Lorenzo and Galli, Giampaolo (2018) Populism and the broken engine of the Italian economy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Apr 2018). Website.

Codogno, Lorenzo and Monti, Mara (2018) Italy under the spotlight of another financial crisis. LSE Business Review (29 Sep 2018). Website.

Cody, Brian (2018) Plan S[how me the money]: why academic-led initiatives represent a more equitable, less costly publishing future. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Coffey, Rosalind (2018) Book review: religion, tradition, and restorative justice in Sierra Leone (2017), by Lyn S. Graybill. Africa at LSE (12 Jan 2018). Website.

Colbran, Marianne P. (2018) Policing, social media and the new media landscape: can the police and the traditional media ever successfully bypass each other? Policing and Society. ISSN 1043-9463

Colina, Griselda and McCoy, Jennifer (2018) Venezuela elections 2018: evaluating electoral conditions in an authoritarian regime. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (18 May 2018). Website.

Collard, Sue (2018) Overseas Electors Bill: does government really intend to give expats 'votes for life'? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Feb 2018). Website.

Collard, Susan (2018) ‘Votes for life’ for overseas electors?: Principles, process and party politics. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Collignon, Stefan (2018) Brexit has the semblance of a new English Civil War. LSE Brexit (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Colombo, Camilla (2018) Doing, allowing, gains, and losses. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice. ISSN 1386-2820

Commercio, Michele E. (2018) Why Putin won't attempt to 'integrate' Estonia and Latvia into the Russian Federation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Mar 2018). Website.

Common, MacKenzie F. (2018) Facebook and Cambridge Analytica: let this be the high-water mark for impunity. LSE Business Review (22 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Common, MacKenzie F. (2018) Facebook and Cambridge Analytica: let this be the high-water mark for impunity. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Conconi, Paola (2018) Many multinationals may pull out of the UK if it leaves the Customs Union. LSE Brexit (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Conconi, Paola (2018) Why a customs union is key for multinational companies to stay in the UK after Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2018). Website.

Conesa, Ester (2018) How are academic lives sustained? Gender and the ethics of care in the neoliberal accelerated academy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Mar 2018). Website.

Conway III, Lucian Gideon (2018) How a cultural revolt against "political correctness" helped launch Trump into the presidency. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Cook, Sam (2018) Encountering metis in the Security Council. Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (15/2018). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Cook, Sam (2018) Telling feminist space at the Security Council. Women, Peace and Security (12 Apr 2018), 1 - 4. Blog Entry.

Cookson, Darel and Albayrak-Aydemir, Nihan ORCID: 0000-0003-3412-4311 (2018) Fresh perspectives of the PsyPAG 2018 Conference. PsyPAG Blog (Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Cooper, Davina (2018) Materiality of research: can imaginative projects complement (and not displace) more critical research? LSE Review of Books (25 May 2018). Website.

Copus, Colin (2018) How to maintain high ethical standards in local government: a perspective on the committee on standards in public life’s review so far. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Copus, Colin (2018) In the post-Brexit world, England deserves its own Parliament. LSE Brexit (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Corbett, Anne (2018) Universities are a bargaining chip in the Brexit free-trade future. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (03 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Corbett, Jack, Grube, Dennis, Lovell, Heather and Scott, Rodney (2018) Institutional memory: we need a more dynamic understanding of the way institutions remember. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2018). Website.

Corbett, Jack and Veenendaal, Wouter (2018) Democracy in small states: why everything we think we know about democratisation is (mostly) wrong. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Correia, Maria, Kang, Johnny and Richardson, Scott (2018) Credit market investors may not be paying enough attention to fundamental asset volatility. LSE Business Review (28 May 2018). Website.

Cortés-Sánchez, Julián David (2018) Into oblivion: a closer look at the business, management and accounting research literature in Ibero-America. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Jul 2018). Website.

Cortés-Sánchez, Julián David (2018) Latin American research in business, management, and accounting is still dwarfed by Spain and the Global North. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (12 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Costa-Font, Joan ORCID: 0000-0001-7174-7919 (2018) Book review: behavioral economics and healthy behaviors edited by Yaniv Hanoch, Andrew J. Barnes and Thomas Rice. LSE Review of Books (02 May 2018). Website.

Costello, Anthony (2018) Ireland's referendum illustrated a major shift in Irish society and the country's social attitudes. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 May 2018). Website.

Costello, Anthony (2018) The UK needs to clarify what 'full regulatory alignment' means before the next phase of the Brexit talks. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Jan 2018). Website.

Cottakis, Michael (2018) How to tackle populism: Macron vs Kurz. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Feb 2018). Website.

Cottakis, Michael (2018) How to tackle populism: Macron vs Kurz. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2018) The future and quality of mental health services: the organising challenge ahead. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Coulson, Andrew (2018) Constitutional change in local government: council backbench committees have the potential to enhance overview and scrutiny. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Coulson, Andrew (2018) Select committees can enhance overview and scrutiny in local government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2018). Website.

Coulter, Steve (2018) What will post-Brexit industrial strategy look like? LSE Brexit (22 Feb 2018). Website.

Coutts, Ken, Gudgin, Graham and Buchanan, Jordan (2018) How the economics profession got it wrong on Brexit. LSE Brexit (08 Mar 2018). Website.

Couture, Jessica (2018) To move towards a more open science, we must free the data. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Aug 2018). Website.

Cowell, Frederick (2018) A strange irony: how the EU withdrawal process ended up saving the Human Rights Act. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Cowley, Philip and Campbell, Rosie (2018) Parental status as an electoral asset: how voters view politicians with and without children. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2018). Website.

Coyle-Shapiro, Jacqueline A-M. and Deng, Hong (2018) When firms break promises, employees may 'pay it forward' to colleagues and clients. LSE Business Review (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Crabtree, James (2018) You only have to look at the US and Brazil to see if the genie of inequality is let out the bottle, it’s very hard to put it back in again – James Crabtree. South Asia @ LSE (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Craze, Gareth (2018) Corporate social responsibility and the dehumanisation of people. LSE Business Review (22 May 2018). Website.

Crescenzi, Riccardo ORCID: 0000-0003-0465-9796 (2018) When globalisation gets local: winners and losers. LSE Business Review (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Crick, Florence and Eskander, Shaikh M.S.U. (2018) How businesses in sub-Saharan Africa are adapting to climate change. LSE Business Review (23 May 2018). Website.

Crines, Andrew S. (2018) Shallow, hostile, toxic: Corbynism's social media problem. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Sep 2018). Website.

Crinnion, Amy (2018) Urban monolith. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Crossley, Stephen and Smith, Roger (2018) Exporting the Troubled Families Programme to America - on flawed evidence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Crowley, Meredith, Corsetti, Giancarlo, Exton, Oliver and Han, Lu (2018) How damaging would a 'no-deal' Brexit be? LSE Brexit (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Crozier-De Rosa, Sharon and Mackie, Vera (2018) Book extract: ‘Preserving their own memory: constitutional suffragism and the Fawcett Society’ from remembering women’s activism by Sharon Crozier De-Rosa and Vera Mackie. LSE Review of Books (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Culley, Tom (2018) As demands on the peer review system are increasing, reviewers are simultaneously becoming less responsive to invitations. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Sep 2018). Website.

Cumbers, Andrew (2018) A new definition of economic democracy – and what it means for inequality. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Curran, James (2018) Who won Britain’s culture wars? The urban left’s mixed success. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Curry, Dennis (2018) Accountability in a one-party system: the task of gauging public opinion in Vietnam. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Curtis, April (2018) Book review: near abroad: Putin, the west and the contest over Ukraine and the Caucasus by Gerard Toal. LSE Review of Books (30 Apr 2018). Website.

Custódio, Leonardo (2018) Book review: on race: 34 conversations in a time of crisis edited by George Yancy. LSE Review of Books (26 Jun 2018). Website.

Cutts, David (2018) England’s local elections 2018: the Lib Dems’ performance was underwhelming – but these were not the elections to judge the party on. Democratic Audit Blog (17 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Cutts, David (2018) The LibDems' 2018 performance was underwhelming - but these were not the elections to judge the party on. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2018). Website.

Cutts, David and Russell, Andrew (2018) The ‘Exit from Brexit’ illusion: why the Liberal Democrats cannot capture the 48%. LSE Brexit (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Cutts, David and Russell, Andrew (2018) The 'exit from Brexit' illusion: why the Liberal Democrats cannot capture the 48. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2018). Website.

Cutts, Tatiana, Dodd, Nigel, Hileman, Garrick, Postel-Vinay, Natacha and Windebank, Sue (2018) Cryptocurrencies: the future of money, speculative bubble or something else? LSE Business Review (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Cvitanovic, Chris (2018) Bright spots at the interface of science, policy and practice: the case (and need) for optimism. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Sep 2018). Website.

Cvitanovic, Chris (2018) Dedicated boundary-spanners can support a more effective relationship between science and policy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 May 2018). Website.

D'Silva, Sinead (2018) Book review: white privilege: the myth of a post-racial society by Kalwant Bhopal. LSE Review of Books (22 Aug 2018). Website.

Daddow, Oliver (2018) Brexit and British exceptionalism: the impossible challenge for Remainers. LSE Brexit (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Daddow, Oliver (2018) 'Brexitannia': an unsettling, beautiful insight into post-referendum UK. LSE Brexit (15 Feb 2018). Website.

Daga, Sweta and Ghosh, Dhruva (2018) Photo essay: a great anointment in the 21st century. South Asia @ LSE (04 May 2018). Website.

Dahler-Larsen, Peter (2018) Making visible the impact of researchers working in languages other than English: developing the PLOTE index. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Daianu, Daniel (2018) Can Europe strengthen its ‘economic sovereignty’? LSE Brexit (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Daka, Mwai (2018) Climate-related impacts calls for a "pro-poor stance" agricultural policy. Africa at LSE (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Dali, Keren and Jaeger, Paul T. (2018) A privilege, a gift, and a reason for gratitude: appreciating the human dimension of peer review. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Sep 2018). Website.

Dalingwater, Louise (2018) Can mandatory gender pay gap reporting deliver true opportunity for women? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Dalton, Russell J. (2018) The realignment of European voters and parties over cultural values is transforming political competition. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Daniel, Sherae L., Maruping, Likoebe M., Cataldo, Marcelo and Herbsleb, Jim (2018) Can your organisation benefit from embracing the open source way? LSE Business Review (26 Sep 2018). Website.

Dann, Christopher (2018) US Centre 2018 Student Essay competition runner up: 'what does 2018 mean for John Golomb in America?'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Darby, Olivia (2018) Britain can be a more welcoming society to migrants. LSE Brexit (23 May 2018). Website.

Dardenne, Anne-Léonore (2018) Cyber security: the potential for Japan-India cooperation. South Asia @ LSE (12 Jun 2018). Website.

Darlington, Rolda (2018) Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran's choice to retire may cause the GOP more hassle than they bargained for. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Darnall, Nicole, Ji, Hyunjung and Potoski, Matthew (2018) Which eco-labels deliver what they promise? LSE Business Review (11 May 2018). Website.

Darr, Amber (2018) Has the west been won? Understanding the legal and political implications of the FATA-KPK merger. South Asia @ LSE (11 Jun 2018). Website.

Dasgupta, Ananya (2018) "There's definitely a rise of more Islam in the public sphere in Pakistan that's inflected political life in particular ways"- Ammara Maqsood. South Asia @ LSE (23 Apr 2018). Website.

Datta, Ajoy (2018) Doing research for (and not on) development: some important questions for the Global Challenges Research Fund. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 Sep 2018). Website.

Datta, Ajoy (2018) Learning to live with one another: lessons from an interdisciplinary research project. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Aug 2018). Website.

Daughen, Katie (2018) The Irish border: no technology is smart enough. LSE Business Review (12 Mar 2018). Website.

Daughen, Katie (2018) The Irish border: no technology is smart enough. LSE Brexit (20 Mar 2018). Website.

Davey, Vanessa (2018) Working and managing care: exploring the experiences of working carers managing direct payments on behalf of an older person. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Davies, Howard (2018) Trading in higher education with the EU will not be easy post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dawson, Kate (2018) Book review: open city Lagos by HBS Nigeria, Nsibidi Institute Lagos and Fabulous Urban Zurich. Africa at LSE (16 Feb 2018). Website.

De Lyon, Josh (2018) How useful are the estimates of the economic consequences of Brexit? LSE Brexit (13 Mar 2018). Website.

De Lyon, Josh (2018) The dangers of the global trade war for the UK. LSE Business Review (18 Aug 2018). Website.

De Silva, Shakthi (2018) Will Sri Lanka manage to perform the balancing act between China and India? South Asia @ LSE (19 Jan 2018). Website.

De Waal, Alex (2018) Book review: fighting for peace in Somalia: a history and analysis of the African Union Mission (AMISOM), 2007-2017 by Paul D. Williams. LSE Review of Books (15 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

De Waal, Alex (2018) Brexidiocy and Somalia. Conflict Research Management (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

De Zylva, Anishka and Wignaraja, Ganeshan (2018) Is Sri Lanka missing out on Asia's digital economy boom? South Asia @ LSE (20 Jun 2018). Website.

Dean, Jon (2018) Book review: callous objects: designs against the homeless by Robert Rosenberger. LSE Review of Books (18 Sep 2018). Website.

Dean, Jonathan (2018) Memes, Gifs, and political scientists: taking digital politics seriously. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dean, Laura A. (2018) The continuum of gender based violence in Ukraine. Women, Peace and Security (23 Oct 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Deane, Clare (2018) Metadata 2020: a community collaboration to advance metadata for scholarly communications. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Aug 2018). Website.

Deel, Sean (2018) Continental breakfast 9: can Brexit only mean exit? European foreign policy and security co-ordination. LSE Brexit (24 May 2018). Website.

Deeley, James (2018) The dirty work of "clean eating": is the "nutritionista" tying feminism to the kitchen sink? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Defty, Andrew (2018) They’re making a list: the inexorable rise of the special political adviser. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Defty, Andrew (2018) The government’s handling of the intelligence and security committee’s detainee reports reveals worrying tensions between them. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Deka, Dixita (2018) Reframing female agency in insurgency: women's voices from Assam. South Asia @ LSE (07 Mar 2018). Website.

Della Giusta, Marina (2018) Economists, unlike scientists, do a poor job of communicating via Twitter. LSE Business Review (23 Apr 2018). Website.

Deller, Rosemary (2018) Author interview: Q&A with Sharon Crozier-De Rosa on her book, shame and the anti-feminist backlash: Britain, Ireland and Australia, 1890-1920. LSE Review of Books (28 Jun 2018). Website.

Deller, Rosemary (2018) Author interview: Q&A with Stephen Glynn on new book, the British football film. LSE Review of Books (22 Jun 2018). Website.

Deller, Rosemary (2018) LSE RB feature: interview with Nine Dots Prize winner James Williams on new book stand out of our light: freedom and resistance in the attention economy. LSE Review of Books (18 Jun 2018). Website.

Deller, Rosemary (2018) A month of our own: amplifying women's voices on LSE Review of Books. LSE Review of Books (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Demary, Markus (2018) Tackling non-performing loans in the euro area. LSE Business Review (30 May 2018). Website.

Demir, Ebru (2018) Book review: the Rohingyas: inside Myanmar's genocide by Azeem Ibrahim. LSE Review of Books (01 May 2018). Website.

Demir, Ebru (2018) Book review: the justice facade: trials of transition in Cambodia by Alexander Laban Hinton. LSE Review of Books (12 Jun 2018). Website.

Den Haan, Wouter J., Ilzetzki, Ethan, Ellison, Martin, McMahon, Michael and Reis, Ricardo (2018) Why the Bank of England should stay put and not raise rates now: the view of leading economists. LSE Business Review (09 May 2018). Website.

Denfeld Wood, Jack and Petriglieri, Gianpiero (2018) A year in the life of MBA students - integrating achievement and self-discovery. LSE Business Review (21 Sep 2018). Website.

Deng, Shuyuan, Huang, Zhijian and Sinha, Atish (2018) Can social media sentiment affect stock market performance? LSE Business Review (19 Sep 2018). Website.

Denham, John (2018) Country, city, town: how different types of community influence English and British identities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2018). Website.

Denham, John (2018) The importance of geography, demographics, and identity in analysing the 2018 local elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2018). Website.

Denneny, Diarmuid and Cooper, Silvie (2018) Why has the US opioid crisis not spread to the UK? Thank the NHS. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Dennison, Christopher and Swisher, Raymond (2018) Those with lower educational attainments compared to their parents or neighbors may be more likely to commit crime as adults. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Dennison, James, Geddes, Andrew and Goodwin, Matthew (2018) Why immigration has the potential to upend the Italian election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Dennissen, Marjolein, Benschop, Yvonne and van den Brink, Marieke (2018) Diversity networks in organisations: are they really (net)working for equality? LSE Business Review (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Derfler-Rozin, Rellie, Baker, Bradford and Gino, Francesca (2018) The ethical downside of hiring based on internal referrals. LSE Business Review (19 Jun 2018). Website.

Dericks, Gerard and Koster, Hans (2018) How the Blitz enhanced London's economy. LSE Business Review (25 Jun 2018). Website.

Devadevan, Manu V. (2018) Examining the Kalburgi thesis on the origin of the Lingayats. South Asia @ LSE (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Devine, Daniel (2018) Hate crime did spike after the referendum - even allowing for other factors. LSE Brexit (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Deyshappriya, N. R. Ravindra (2018) Chinese tourist numbers in Sri Lanka: a case for improving growth. South Asia @ LSE (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Dhillon, Gaurav (2018) Data silos are the greatest stumbling block to an effective use of firms' data. LSE Business Review (25 Jul 2018). Website.

Dhillon, Gaurav (2018) How to build a winning data culture. LSE Business Review (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dhillon, Manpreet (2018) Why India needs a Privacy Commissioner. South Asia @ LSE (07 May 2018). Website.

Dhungana, Nimesh (2018) Revisiting Nepal's year of elections: less success than meets the eye? South Asia @ LSE (06 Feb 2018). Website.

Di Carlo, Donato (2018) Germany is quietly rebalancing its economy - but this will not fix the Eurozone's flaws. LSE Business Review (22 Sep 2018). Website.

Di Carlo, Donato, Schulte-Cloos, Julia and Saudelli, Giulia (2018) Has immigration really led to an increase in crime in Italy? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Mar 2018). Website.

Di Fiore, Alessandro (2018) AI and the democratisation of judgement and decision-making. LSE Business Review (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Di Fiore, Alessandro (2018) Beyond the 'scrum': the value of individual work. LSE Business Review (20 Feb 2018). Website.

DiBella, Sam (2018) Book review: revolting New York: how 400 years of riot, rebellion, uprising and revolution shaped a city edited by Neil Smith and Don Mitchell et al. LSE Review of Books (20 Sep 2018). Website.

Diamond, Patrick (2018) Groupthink, partisanship, and the end of Whitehall. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Diaz De Leon Cardenas, Alejandra (2018) The migrant caravan is a practical and political reaction to Mexico’s futile attempts at dissuasion. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Diaz De Leon Cardenas, Alejandra (2018) The migrant caravan is a practical and political reaction to Mexico’s futile attempts at dissuasion. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dickinson, Nicholas (2018) Reproducing the political class: how socialisation makes MPs more loyal to their parties. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Dickinson, Nicholas (2018) Why do we care what our politicians get paid? Democratic Audit Blog (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dickinson, Nicholas (2018) Why do we care what our politicians get paid? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Diessner, Sebastian (2018) The ECB’s capital key needs rethinking – and Brexit has everything to do with it. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dikova, Stanislava (2018) Book review: the proletarian answer to the modernist question by Nick Hubble. LSE Review of Books (26 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Dikova, Stanislava (2018) Book review: the proletarian answer to the modernist question by Nick Hubble. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (28 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Dillabough-Lefebvre, Dominique (2018) Bangladesh's response to one of the biggest refugee crises of the century (part 1). South Asia @ LSE (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Dillabough-Lefebvre, Dominique (2018) Repatriation, refoulement and Rohingya nationality: Bangladesh's response to one of the biggest refugee crises of the century (part 2). South Asia @ LSE (02 May 2018). Website.

Ding, Sitong (2018) Bounded rationality in rules of price adjustment and the Phillips Curve. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

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Dixon, Ruth (2018) How cultural theory can help us to better design and implement social impact bonds. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2018). Website.

Dixon, Ruth (2018) Leader approval ratings give neither main party cause for optimism if an election was held in 2018. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Djankov, Simeon (2018) Brexit readiness score update: UK gets 22 out of 100. LSE Brexit (02 Jan 2018). Website.

Dobrow Riza, Shoshana, Ganzach, Yoav and Liu, Yihao (2018) Time and job satisfaction: a longitudinal study of the differential roles of age and tenure. Journal of Management, 44 (7). 2558 - 2579. ISSN 0149-2063

Dockx, Pieter-Jan (2018) Good governance, the best counter narrative and antidote to radicalisation. South Asia @ LSE (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Dockx, Pieter-Jan (2018) How the rise of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman impacts India. South Asia @ LSE (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Dodds, David (2018) Book review: the market by Matthew Watson. LSE Review of Books (19 Jun 2018). Website.

Dodds, Francis (2018) Conflicting academic attitudes to copyright are slowing the move to open access. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 May 2018). Website.

Dodsworth, Ashley (2018) The wider electoral advantages of the Green Party's opposition to fracking. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Dodsworth, Susan and Cheeseman, Nic (2018) Five lessons for researchers who want to collaborate with governments and development organisations but avoid the common pitfalls. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Feb 2018). Website.

Dominitz, Jeff and Manski, Charles F. (2018) More data or better data? Using statistical decision theory to guide data collection. LSE Business Review (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Dommett, Kate (2018) Digital technology is changing party politics, the interesting question is how. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Dommett, Kate and Power, Sam (2018) Membership organisations: how to boost numbers and activate engagement. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2018). Website.

Dommett, Kate and Power, Sam (2018) Membership organisations: how to boost numbers and activate engagement. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Donaubauer, Julian and Nunnenkamp, Peter (2018) Understanding the international arbitration of investment disputes in Europe. LSE Business Review (08 Sep 2018). Website.

Dong Liu, Xiao (2018) The doorman. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Donnelly, Brendan (2018) Brexit is a blank sheet of paper that can never be filled in. LSE Brexit (03 Jan 2018). Website.

Donnelly, Brendan (2018) The tragicomedy of Brexit needs resolution by another referendum. LSE Brexit (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Dorodowicz, Barbara (2018) Why some eastern Europeans are driven to sleep rough. LSE Brexit (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Downes, James F. and Chan, Edward (2018) The electoral decline of social democratic parties and the rise of the radical right in Europe during the refugee crisis. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Downes, James F., Chan, Edward, Wai, Venisa and Lam, Andrew (2018) Understanding the ‘rise’ of the radical left in Europe: it’s not just the economy, stupid. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Downes, James F. and Loveless, Matthew (2018) Do centre-right parties win back votes from the far right by talking about immigration? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Jan 2018). Website.

Downes, James F. and Loveless, Matthew (2018) Opening up Pandora’s box? How centre-right parties can outperform the radical right on immigration. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Downes, James F. and Loveless, Matthew (2018) Winning back votes from the far right: does the centre right's focus on immigration pay off? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jan 2018). Website.

Downes, James F., Loveless, Matthew and Lam, Andrew (2018) Opening up Pandora’s box?: how centre-right parties can out perform the radical right on immigration. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Downing, Joseph (2018) Macron is correct: even at the heart of Europe the EU has a serious image problem. LSE Brexit (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Doyle, Joanne (2018) Could it all be much ado about nothing?: A tragicomic perspective on research impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Drazanová, Lenka (2018) Immigration and the Czech presidential election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Dreijmanis, John (2018) What can Carl Jung tell us about the appeal of populist politics? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dribssa Beyene, Abdeta (2018) The security sector reform paradox in Somalia. . Conflict Research Programme, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Duffin, Tony (2018) How academics and service providers are working together to inform drug policy in Ireland. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Dukalskis, Alexander (2018) The Chinese Communist Party has growing sway in western universities. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Dukelow, Fiona and Kennett, Patricia (2018) Disciplinary neoliberalism: coercive commodification and the post-crisis welfare state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Sep 2018). Website.

Duncombe, Constance (2018) Focusing less on Trump and more on language helps explain why the latest Iran nuclear deal upheaval is simply politics as usual. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 May 2018). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2018) How democratic is the interest group process in the UK? Democratic Audit Blog (24 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2018) How effective are the commons’ two committee systems at scrutinising government policy-making? Democratic Audit Blog (24 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2018) In comparative league tables of liberal democracies the UK’s democracy is judged to be First Division, but not Premier League. Democratic Audit Blog (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2018) Losing the ‘Europeanisation’ meta-narrative for modernising British democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2018) Losing the ‘Europeanisation’ meta-narrative for modernising British democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2018) Losing the ‘Europeanisation’ meta-narrative for modernising British democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2018) Micro-institutions in liberal democracies: what they are and why they matter. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2018) Micro-institutions in liberal democracies: what they are and why they matter. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 and Kippin, Sean (2018) How democratic are the UK’s political parties and party system? Democratic Audit Blog (22 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 and Park, Alice (2018) Auditing the UK’s democracy in 2018: core UK governance institutions show sharply declining efficacy. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 and Park, Alice (2018) For genuinely open social science texts, the disguised elitism of citing paywall sources is no longer good enough. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Dunn, Katelan (2018) Book review: the cost of being a girl: working teens and the origins of the gender wage gap by Yasemin Besen-Cassino. LSE Review of Books (22 May 2018). Website.

Dunne, Peter (2018) Reforming the Gender Recognition Act. Democratic Audit Blog (08 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Duriesmith, David (2018) Should policy-makers align attempts to transform violent masculinities? Women, Peace and Security (17 Oct 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong (2018) Book review: the value of everything: making and taking in the global economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong (2018) Book review: the value of everything: making and taking in the global economy by Mariana Mazzucato. LSE Review of Books (09 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Durongkaveroj, Wannaphong (2018) Book review: the value of everything: making and taking in the global economy by Mariana Mazzucato. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Dussaux, Damien, Dechezlepretre, Antoine and Glachant, Matthieu (2018) Intellectual property rights and the transfer of low-carbon technologies to other countries. LSE Business Review (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Dutta, Anwesha (2018) More than 'link' persons: women recruits and insurgency in Assam. South Asia @ LSE (17 May 2018). Website.

Dyevre, Arthur (2018) Have British judges already left the EU?: the impact of the Brexit vote on EU law in the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Earl, Jennifer (2018) Collateral damage or a direct hit? Democratic ideals in the age of Trump. Democratic Audit Blog (14 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Earl, Lexi (2018) Book review: feeling things: objects and emotions through history edited by Stephanie Downes, Sally Holloway and Sarah Randles. LSE Review of Books (31 May 2018). Website.

Eatwell, Roger (2018) Nativists, racists and other nasty people?: understanding who populists are and what they really want. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (26 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ebrahimi, Marziyeh (2018) Book review: bit by bit: social research in the digital age by Matthew J. Salganik. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Jul 2018). Website.

Ecija, Maria Berta (2018) Book review: why Europe intervenes in Africa?: security, prestige and the legacy of colonialism by Catherine Gegout. Africa at LSE (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Edtmayer, Matthias (2018) The Re-Emergence of the Legitimate Representative of a People: Libya, Syria, and Beyond. LSE Law Review, 3. pp. 1-28. ISSN 2516-4058

Edwards, Lee ORCID: 0000-0001-6542-1234 (2018) Cambridge Analytica and the deeper malaise in the persuasion industry. LSE Business Review (30 Mar 2018). Website.

Edwards, Terence Huw, Soegaard, Christian and Douch, Mustapha (2018) Brexit has already hurt EU and non-EU exports by up to 13% – new research. LSE Brexit (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Eeckhout, Piet and Patel, Oliver (2018) Prolonging the acquis is a blueprint for the Brexit transition. LSE Brexit (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Egge Langsæther, Peter (2018) Why does class affect voting? Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Eggeling, Kristin (2018) Book review: among wolves: ethnography and the immersive study of power by Timothy Pachirat. LSE Review of Books (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Eggeling, Kristin (2018) Book review: the geopolitics of spectacle: space, synedoche and the new capitals of Asia by Natalie Koch. LSE Review of Books (19 Sep 2018). Website.

Egorov, Georgy and Harstad, Bard (2018) Boycotts are more likely to be effective in industries which are highly competitive. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 May 2018). Website.

Ehsan, Rakib (2018) Young Cosmopolitans: values, identity, and the youth vote in the EU referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Eicher, Florence (2018) Pacta Sunt Servanda: Contrasting Disgorgement Damages with Efficient Breaches under Article 74 CISG. LSE Law Review. pp. 29-43. ISSN 2516-4058

Eichhorn, Jan (2018) Beyond anecdotes on lowering the voting age: new evidence from Scotland. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Einstein, Katherine Levine, Glick, David M., Palmer, Maxwell and Pressel, Robert J. (2018) Few big-city mayors see running for higher office as appealing. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Apr 2018). Website.

Eldridge, Chris (2018) Digital hiring: what recruiters can see on your social media. LSE Business Review (12 Apr 2018). Website.

Elfer, James (2018) When organisations take more than they give to the equality agenda. LSE Business Review (15 Jun 2018). Website.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2018) Can we really get a ‘better’ deal? LSE Brexit (16 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2018) Can we really get a ‘better’ deal? LSE Business Review (16 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2018) Government should treat its Brexit studies like working papers: circulate them for feedback. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2018) How should Theresa May respond to Jeremy Corbyn's customs union plan? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2018) Pushing the BoE to the limit: what a no-deal Brexit will mean for UK exchange and interest rates. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Sep 2018). Website.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2018) Trump is right to critique the Federal Reserve, but his attacks are in the wrong direction. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Elliott, Samuel (2018) Bitcoin: The First Self-Regulating Currency? LSE Law Review, 3. pp. 57-83. ISSN 2516-4058

Elphicke, Natalie (2018) The four pillars of good housing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Sep 2018). Website.

Elsaid, Eahab and Ursel, Nancy (2018) Who stays longer, male or female CEOs? LSE Business Review (04 Sep 2018). Website.

Encarnación López, María (2018) Femicide in Ciudad Juárez is enabled by the regulation of gender, justice, and production in Mexico. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (15 Feb 2018). Website.

Enders, Adam M. and Smallpage, Steven M. (2018) Conspiracy thinking is only dangerous when it mixes with extreme partisanship. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Engeskaug, Aleksander (2018) Book review: the Oromo and the Christian kingdom of Ethiopia 1300 - 1700 by Mohammed Hassen (2017). Africa at LSE (26 Jan 2018). Website.

English, Patrick (2018) Thermostatic public opinion: why UK anti-immigrant sentiments rise and then fall. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ephraim, Judith (2018) Full steam ahead: geothermal energy can fuel the future of the Eastern Caribbean. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Epstein, Kate (2018) Are Sino-US relations really comparable to the WWI-era Anglo-German rivalry? British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2018). Website.

Eriksson Baaz, Maria and Verweijen, Judith (2018) Exploring boat operators' perceptions of taxation on the Congo River #PublicAuthority. Africa at LSE (11 Jun 2018). Website.

Ershova, Anastasia and Schneider, Gerald (2018) Software updates: the "unknown unknown" of the replication crisis. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Espinoza, Marcia Vera and Brumat, Leiza (2018) Brazil elections 2018: how will Bolsonaro’s victory affect migration policy in Brazil and South America? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Essa, Azad (2018) When the ANC finally apologises for Zuma, South Africa can move forward. Africa at LSE (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Estrin, Saul ORCID: 0000-0002-3447-8593 (2018) UK entrepreneurship is doing well, but key constraints need to be addressed. LSE Business Review (10 Jul 2018). Website.

Estrin, Saul ORCID: 0000-0002-3447-8593, Borovinskaya, Angelina, Cote, Christine and Shapiro, Daniel (2018) Cultural, administrative, and economic proximity between the UK and Canada should be good for trade. LSE Brexit (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Estrin, Saul ORCID: 0000-0002-3447-8593, Cote, Christine and Shapiro, Daniel (2018) It will be cheaper for the UK to trade with EU countries after Brexit - at least in the near term. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Aug 2018). Website.

Evans, Alice (2018) Book review: California greenin': how the Golden State became an environmental leader by David Vogel. LSE Review of Books (31 Jul 2018). Website.

Evans, Alice (2018) Book review: Why I’m no longer talking to white people about race by Reni Eddo-Lodge. Democratic Audit Blog (31 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Evans, Alice (2018) Book review: deals and development: the political dynamics of growth episodes edited by Lant Pritchett, Kunal Sen and Eric Werker. LSE Review of Books (09 Jan 2018). Website.

Evans, Alice (2018) Book review: rules without rights: land, labor and private authority in the global economy by Tim Bartley. LSE Review of Books (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Evans, Alice (2018) Book review: why I'm no longer talking to white people about race by Reni Eddo-Lodge. LSE Review of Books (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Evans, Heather (2018) In Texas, Beto O’Rourke is staying positive in his bid to unseat Senator Ted Cruz. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Evans, Megan and Cvitanovic, Chris (2018) So you want to make an impact? Some practical suggestions for early-career researchers. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Aug 2018). Website.

Evans, Nicholas H. A. (2018) Long read review: rethinking and redefining Islam in South Asia. South Asia @ LSE (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Evans, Sarah and Deane, Clare (2018) The creative elements of engagement mean that using metrics to measure impact is not always possible. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Feb 2018). Website.

Faggio, Giulia, Schlüter, Teresa and vom Berge, Philipp (2018) The multiplier effect of the German government move to Berlin. LSE Business Review (09 Apr 2018). Website.

Famoroti, Michael (2018) Jobs cannot be created by fiat: efforts to do so will cause harm in the long run. LSE Business Review (09 Jun 2018). Website.

Fankhauser, Samuel ORCID: 0000-0003-2100-7888 (2018) William Beveridge's sixth giant: environmental sustainability. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Mar 2018). Website.

Farmaner, Mark (2018) Myanmar 2020 – Rohingya citizenship: now or never? South Asia @ LSE (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Farrer, Benjamin and Zingher, Josh (2018) Increasing ethnic minority representation: why both political parties and electoral districts matter. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Farrimond, Katherine (2018) Q&A with Dr Katherine Farrimond, book reviews editor of Feminist Theory journal. LSE Review of Books (11 May 2018). Website.

Farías Pelcastre, Iván (2018) Book review: how to be an academic superhero: establishing and sustaining a successful career in the social sciences, arts and humanities by Iain Hay. LSE Review of Books (13 Apr 2018). Website.

Fasan, Olu (2018) EU-Africa trade relations: why Africa needs the economic partnership agreements. Africa at LSE (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Fasan, Olu (2018) Nigeria is a fragile state, international studies prove it. Africa at LSE (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Fasan, Olu (2018) Okonjo-Iweala's reflections on the challenges of fighting corruption in Nigeria. Africa at LSE (30 May 2018). Website.

Fasolo, Barbara and Misuraca, Raffaella (2018) A decision-maker's dilemma: search for the best option or settle for 'good enough'? LSE Business Review (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Fecher, Benedikt and Ross-Hellauer, Tony (2018) Tautology, antithesis, rallying cry, or business model? "Open science" is open to interpretation. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Federer, Lisa (2018) Journal data sharing policies are moving the scientific community towards greater openness but clearly more work remains. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Jun 2018). Website.

Felicetti, Andrea and Castelli Gattinara, Pietro (2018) The problem of marginality in public debates: evidence from The Guardian's Charlie Hebdo coverage. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2018). Website.

Felix da Costa, Diana (2018) Book review: dealing with government in South Sudan (2015) by Cherri Leonardi. Africa at LSE (09 Feb 2018). Website.

Fengjiang, Jiazhi (2018) Guarding the Monkey King. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Fercovic Cerda, Malik (2018) Book review: stepping into the elite: trajectories of social achievement in India, France and the United States by Jules Naudet. LSE Review of Books (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Fernando, Dulini, Cohen, Laurie and Duberley, Joanne (2018) How to help women sustain careers in male-dominated spaces. LSE Business Review (28 Aug 2018). Website.

Ferreira, Nuno (2018) Working children in England and Wales: does anyone care about their rights? British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Fetzer, Thiemo (2018) Austerity swung voters to Brexit – and now they are changing their minds. LSE Brexit (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Fetzer, Thiemo (2018) Had austerity not happened, Leave support could have been up to 10 lower. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2018). Website.

Fetzer, Thiemo (2018) Is the UK having a rethink on Brexit? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Filindra, Alexandra and Collingwood, Loren (2018) In the wake of the Parkland mass shooting, the public's now continual anxiety about gun crime may lead to a greater push for stricter gun laws. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Mar 2018). Website.

Fine, Adam (2018) Moving justice-involved kids between schools may be good for their grades, but it may increase their reoffending. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 May 2018). Website.

Finn, Dan (2018) Despite the government’s U-turn, Universal Credit still has major problems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Finn, Peter and Ledger, Robert (2018) Book review: fear: Trump in the White House by Bob Woodward. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Finn, Peter and Ledger, Robert (2018) Six reasons why you should care about the 2018 midterm elections. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Finn, Peter and Ledger, Robert (2018) The midterms have just set the stage for a tough 2020 presidential fight. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Finn, Peter and Ledger, Robert (2018) The new German government's end-run around Trump shows how old allies are hedging their bets. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2018) AI's lack of transparency triggers a debate over ethics. LSE Business Review (14 Jun 2018). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2018) Hong Kong's once-vibrant economy has "gone sideways". LSE Business Review (06 Feb 2018). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2018) Regulators can't keep up with offshore tax havens. LSE Business Review (06 Apr 2018). Website.

Firmstone, Julie (2018) Saving the local news media: what Matt Hancock's review needs to know. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Firth, Jeanne (2018) Book review: making milk: the past, present and future of our primary food edited by Mathilde Cohen and Yoriko Otomo. LSE Review of Books (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Fisher, Calum (2018) Book review: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf by Pamela Scully. Africa at LSE (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Fitzpatrick, Katie (2018) The Harvest Box will increase hunger for SNAP recipients. Here's what Congress should consider instead. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Mar 2018). Website.

Flew, Sarah (2018) The state as landowner: neglected evidence of state funding of Anglican Church extension in London in the latter nineteenth century. Journal of Church and State, 60 (2). pp. 299-317. ISSN 0021-969X

Flinders, Matthew (2018) The messy business of impact for the social sciences: fear and failure, stealth and seeds. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Sep 2018). Website.

Flöthe, Linda and Rasmussen, Anne (2018) Many interest groups are more in line with public preferences than commonly thought. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Flöthe, Linda and Rasmussen, Anne (2018) Many interest groups are more in line with public preferences than commonly thought. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Fogarty, Brian J., Kimball, David C. and Udani, Adriano (2018) The media are fueling beliefs about voter fraud despite the fact that it is incredibly rare. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Follmer, Elizabeth, Talbot, Danielle, Kristof-Brown, Amy, Astrove, Stacy and Billsberry, Jon (2018) Misfit: what do you do when you can't be yourself at work? LSE Business Review (09 Jul 2018). Website.

Foreman-Peck, James (2018) Brexit could be an opportunity for the Welsh economy. LSE Brexit (03 Jan 2018). Website.

Formanowicz, Magdalena, Cislak, Aleksandra and Saguy, Tamar (2018) Research on gender bias receives less attention than research on other types of bias. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 May 2018). Website.

Forti, Alessia (2018) No longer a mancession: getting Italian women out to work. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Apr 2018). Website.

Fortin-Rittberger, Jessica, Eder, Christina, Kroeber, Corinna and Marent, Vanessa (2018) More women at the top? Why we see variation in local–national gender gaps for elected assemblies. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Fossum, John Erik and Graver, Hans Petter (2018) Could the Norway model work for Britain? Twelve points to help you decide. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jun 2018). Website.

Foster, Roy (2018) Hubert Butler Essay Prize: what happened to Europe without frontiers? LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Foster, Roy (2018) Hubert Butler Essay Prize: what happened to Europe without frontiers? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (24 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Foxen, Sarah (2018) The academic conference is an underexploited space for stimulating policy impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Sep 2018). Website.

Franz, Tobias (2018) Colombia elections 2018: candidates and their chances in times of hope and fear. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (26 May 2018). Website.

Franz, Tobias (2018) Colombia elections 2018: the perils of polarisation for a precarious peace. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Fras, Tessa (2018) Brexit behaviourally: what behavioural lessons can be learned from the 2016 EU Referendum? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Frawley, Jessica (2018) Book review: the digital academic: critical perspectives on digital technologies in higher education edited by Deborah Lupton, Inger Mewburn and Pat Thomson. LSE Review of Books (05 Mar 2018). Website.

Frazier, Erica (2018) Book review: the language of Brexit by Steve Buckledee. LSE Review of Books (24 Jul 2018). Website.

French, Steve (2018) How trade unions are mobilising around the challenges of Brexit. LSE Brexit (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Friesen, Jan and Elleuche, Skander (2018) From scientists, for scientists, and beyond: a method to develop a comic based on your research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Fu, Samantha (2018) Book review: Women & power: a manifesto by Mary Beard. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Fu, Samantha (2018) Book review: the origin of others by Toni Morrison. LSE Review of Books (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Fu, Samantha (2018) Book review: women & power: a manifesto by Mary Beard. LSE Review of Books (06 Feb 2018). Website.

Fuchs, Sandhya (2018) The myth of the false case: what the new Indian Supreme Court Order on the SC/ST Act gets wrong about caste-based violence and legal manipulation. South Asia @ LSE (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Fuest, Clemens, Peichl, Andreas and Siegloch, Sebastian (2018) Is it labour or capital owners who bear the burden of corporate taxation? LSE Business Review (27 Mar 2018). Website.

Fuller, Steve (2018) We have seen the Alt-Right, but what about the Alt-Left? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Fumarola, Andrea (2018) Why the media helps make Hungarian elections so predictable. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Fumarola, Andrea (2018) Why the media helps make Hungarian elections so predictable. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Gadd, Elizabeth (2018) Better, fairer, more meaningful research evaluation - in seven hashtags. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Sep 2018). Website.

Gajowy, Aleksandra (2018) Book review: transnational homosexuals in communist Poland: cross-border flows in gay and lesbian magazines by Lukasz Szulc. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Jan 2018). Website.

Galbraith, Evan (2018) Can big data heal ailing health systems? Not without a new social perspective. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Gallagher, Jim (2018) Kicking the bucket down the road to Norway: EEA is back. LSE Brexit (21 May 2018). Website.

Game, Chris (2018) England’s local elections: how councillor numbers are being reduced by stealth. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Gandhi, Ritam (2018) How would-be entrepreneurs can harness the power of the internet of things. LSE Business Review (20 Jul 2018). Website.

Gandy, Rob (2018) How 'local' are UK politicians? Comparing MPs' constituencies and their place of birth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2018). Website.

Ganghof, Steffen (2018) Semi-parliamentary government, in Australia and beyond. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Gani, Keisha (2018) Why facilitators are necessary to ensure high-quality public deliberation in citizens’ assemblies. Democratic Audit Blog (10 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Gannon, Kate ORCID: 0000-0001-6742-8982, Curran, Patrick and Conway, Declan ORCID: 0000-0002-4590-6733 (2018) As Southern Africa faces new urban drought challenges, who is heeding the wake-up call? Africa at LSE (11 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Gao, Xiang (2018) Private firms as global borrowers: foreign and domestic lenders need equal protection. LSE Business Review (09 Jan 2018). Website.

Gao, Xiang (2018) Private firms as global borrowers: foreign and domestic lenders need equal protection. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Jan 2018). Website.

Garcia-Lorenzo, Lucia (2018) The invisible entrepreneur: from unemployment to unstable self-employment. LSE Business Review (07 Mar 2018). Website.

García Oliva, Javier (2018) Challenges on the 40th anniversary of the Spanish constitution: can Spain find a way to accommodate Catalonia? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

García Oliva, Javier (2018) The troubling legal and political uncertainty facing Catalonia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Feb 2018). Website.

Garland, Jessica (2018) The UK’s democracy is in danger of backsliding – but current policy proposals are not the right fix. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Gaston, Sophia (2018) The restoration of a 'lost' Britain: how nostalgia becomes a dangerous political force. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2018). Website.

Gauteur, Charlotte (2018) Iron Fist - the fragrance of dust. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Gberie, Lansana (2018) #VoteSalone 2018 : will Sierra Leone's two-party system survive after March? Africa at LSE (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Gehrke, Britta and Weber, Enzo (2018) Structural labour market reforms in Europe: timing matters. LSE Business Review (04 Jun 2018). Website.

Gelber, Katharine (2018) Why 'hate speech' and 'hate preachers' are distinct phenomena. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2018). Website.

Gellner, David and Dasgupta, Ananya (2018) "Religion doesn't enter politics in Nepal in quite the same explicit way that it does in India" - Professor David Gellner. South Asia @ LSE (23 May 2018). Website.

Gelman, Jeremy (2018) Insecure majorities will ensure that the Senate remains gridlocked for the foreseeable future. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Genovese, Taylor R. (2018) Book review: picturing the cosmos: a visual history of early Soviet space endeavor by Iina Kohonen. LSE Review of Books (09 Feb 2018). Website.

Georgalakis, James (2018) It's not enough for research to be useful to policy actors, we must try to actually influence change. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Apr 2018). Website.

Georgalakis, James (2018) Never mind the policymakers, a more nuanced understanding of the diverse roles in change processes is required. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Jan 2018). Website.

George, Joey F. (2018) Detecting deception across media and cultures. LSE Business Review (21 Mar 2018). Website.

Geraci, Andrea, Nardotto, Mattia, Reggiani, Tommaso and Sabatini, Fabio (2018) What ever happened to social capital in the internet era? LSE Business Review (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Gereffi, Gary and Fernández-Stark, Karina (2018) Recent innovations in Costa Rican development show the value of Global Value Chain analysis. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (19 Jan 2018). Website.

Gessler, Theresa and Wachs, Johannes (2018) Experiments in the laboratory of populism: the 2018 Hungarian election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Mar 2018). Website.

Geyer, Judy (2018) How the design of housing vouchers can help those on low incomes to live in neighborhoods they prefer. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Ghins, Arthur (2018) Emmanuel Macron's speech to the French bishops: a poisonous gift? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Ghosh, Aniruddha and Bandyopadhyay, Sujan (2018) Enrolment rates are climbing. So what explains the sorry state of India's education sector? South Asia @ LSE (02 Jan 2018). Website.

Ghosh, Sudeshna and Chifos, Carla (2018) Without proper planning, large-scale industrial growth can be a curse rather than a blessing for rural communities. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 May 2018). Website.

Ghouri, Ahmad (2018) What next for Pakistan's Board of Investment and FDI? South Asia @ LSE (15 Feb 2018). Website.

Giannino, Domenico and Manzoni, Antonio (2018) Colombia's ruling on legal protection for the Amazon continues Latin America's struggle for the commons. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (24 May 2018). Website.

Gibbs, Ewan and Kippin, Sean (2018) Many Labour MPs have still to unequivocally reject 'roll-out' neoliberalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Gibbs, Ewan and Kippin, Sean (2018) Many Labour MPs have still to unequivocally reject ‘roll-out’ neoliberalism. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Gidron, Noam and Hall, Peter A. (2018) When white working-class men feel society no longer values them. LSE Business Review (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Gill, Timothy M. (2018) US encouragement of a military coup in Venezuela is dangerous for both countries. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (22 Feb 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) Looking ahead - what we already know will happen in US politics and policy in 2018. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Jan 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 12 January: Chris Christie takes a victory lap, Virginia Democrats out of options, and the brawl for San Francisco mayor. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Jan 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 16 February: the illusion of GOP control in New Hampshire, Alabama's risky tax incentives, and California's single-payer long game. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Feb 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 16 March: Vermont government's gun stockpile, Hawaii considers its own individual mandate, and can a pro-life Democrat win in South Dakota? USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Mar 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 19 January: GOP worries about Pennsylvania 18th, Wisconsin's upset election, and Idaho cuts substance abuse services. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Jan 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 2 February: the war on democracy in Virginia, Cuomo's war chest, and Idaho's 'Kansas-style' tax cut. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Feb 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 2 March: Democrats turn out in Texas primary, Indiana overturns Sunday booze ban, and Hawaii's plan to switch to all-mail elections. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 23 February: Pennsylvania's special election debate, South Carolina's "parody marriage" bill, and California's "bell ringer" candidate. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 23 March: Maryland raises taxes to stabilize Obamacare, Rauner squeaks to victory in Michigan, and Brown's premature victory lap in California. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Mar 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 26 January: New York and Montana take action on net neutrality, big ideas for Arkansas, and Arizona's landmark opioid bill. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Jan 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 5 January 2018: the challenge facing New Jersey's GOP, Virginia's "bonkers" election draw, and a Democratic feud in Illinois. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 6 April: Florida's 'resign to run' bill, North Dakota's Teddy Roosevelt obsession, and California's new mega-vote centers. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Apr 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 9 February: Vermont's plan to buy Canadian drugs, South Carolina's uncompetitive elections, and Oregon's budget hoax. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Feb 2018). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2018) State of the States for 9 March: back to the past for New Jersey GOP, Florida legislators tarred and feathered, and California vows to fight DOJ immigration suit. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Giovannini, Arianna (2018) England’s local elections 2018: the unusual case of Sheffield city region’s mayoral contest. Democratic Audit Blog (01 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Giray Aksooy, Cevat, Carpenter, Christopher S., Frank, Jefferson and Huffman, Matt L. (2018) The gay glass ceiling in the UK. LSE Business Review (05 Sep 2018). Website.

Girvin, Carys (2018) Full of sound and fury: is Westminster’s e-petitioning system good for democracy? Democratic Audit Blog (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Glasius, Marlies (2018) Taking off the blinkers: authoritarian practices in democratic societies. Democratic Audit Blog (23 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Glauser, Ryan (2018) Book review: The infinite desire for growth by Daniel Cohen. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (07 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Glauser, Ryan (2018) Book review: the Infinite Desire for Growth by Daniel Cohen. LSE Review of Books (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Glauser, Ryan (2018) Book review: the infinite desire for growth by Daniel Cohen. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Glendinning, Caroline and Wills, Mathew (2018) What can England learn from the German approach to long-term care funding? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Mar 2018). Website.

Glover, Dylan (2018) Discrimination at work: a self-fulfilling prophecy? LSE Business Review (14 Feb 2018). Website.

Glynn, Jack H. (2018) In Place of Labour: The Increased Localisation of Electoral Geographies in Competition Between UKIP and Labour. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 1. pp. 58-95.

Godwin, Matthew (2018) Diasporas as a force in foreign affairs: the case of Tamils in Britain and Canada. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Aug 2018). Website.

Goergen, Marc, O'Sullivan, Noel, Wood, Geoffrey and Baric, Marijana (2018) How Norway's sovereign wealth fund protected UK jobs after the 2008 crisis. LSE Business Review (27 Jun 2018). Website.

Goff, Sarah C. (2018) Many are mistaken about how much they personally stand to lose when trade is restricted. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Gogoi, Suraj, Chakraborty, Gorky and Jyoti Saikia, Parag (2018) Assam against itself: a reply to Sanjib Baruah. South Asia @ LSE (21 Mar 2018). Website.

Goldsmith, Paul and Farrell, Jason (2018) In 1955, Britain had the chance to shape the future EU. It flunked it. LSE Brexit (23 May 2018). Website.

Goldstein, Rebecca and Young You, Hye (2018) Gaps in state funding mean that liberal cities in conservative states are more likely to lobby the federal government. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Gomber, Peter, Kauffman, Robert J., Parker, Chris and Weber, Bruce W. (2018) Navigating the fintech landscape with a customer-market-competition matrix. LSE Business Review (20 Jun 2018). Website.

Gonzalez Hernando, Marcos (2018) Book review: social theory now edited by Claudio E. Benzecry, Monika Krause and Issac A. Reed. LSE Review of Books (25 Jun 2018). Website.

Gonçalves Curty, Renata, Crowston, Kevin, Specht, Alison, Grant, Bruce W. and Dalton, Elizabeth D. (2018) What factors do scientists perceive as promoting or hindering scientific data reuse? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Mar 2018). Website.

Gooberman, Leon and Hauptmeier, Marco (2018) Employers' organisations: a continuing force in the UK? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2018). Website.

Goodlad, Graham (2018) Is Theresa May a Thatcherite? Beneath the superficial similarities, there are important contrasts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Aug 2018). Website.

Gopal Mothkoor, Venu (2018) Estimating true income for Mongolia and infer policy implications. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Gordon, Michael (2018) How democratic is the UK’s basic constitutional law? Democratic Audit Blog (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Gore, Oz (2018) Where and what is 'the NHS'? Saving public healthcare depends on changing public perceptions of it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Sep 2018). Website.

Gormley, Lisa (2018) 40 years of creativity, striving for women's human rights across the globe. Women, Peace and Security (28 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Gormley, Lisa (2018) We are entitled to gender equality – already. Women, Peace and Security (08 Mar 2018), 1 - 6. Blog Entry.

Gormley, Lisa and Arimatsu, Louise (2018) Equality and peace a century on. Women, Peace and Security (19 Feb 2018), 1 - 6. Blog Entry.

Gosnell, Greer (2018) Encouraging customers to go paperless. LSE Business Review (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Gouvy, Constantin (2018) It's time for the EU to adapt its conflict prevention policy to climate change. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Feb 2018). Website.

Gowan, Richard (2018) With China ascendant, Britain's ability to shape human rights at the UN now looks uncertain. LSE Brexit (10 May 2018). Website.

Graham, Allen and Blick, Andrew (2018) A citizens’ convention for UK democracy is more necessary with every passing day. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Graham, Cosmo (2018) Book review: meta-regulation in practice: beyond normative views of morality and rationality by F.C. Simon. LSE Review of Books (12 Apr 2018). Website.

Grant, Matthew (2018) The Windrush Generation have been treated appallingly. EU migrants may expect an even worse deal. LSE Brexit (20 Apr 2018). Website.

Grant, Melissa, Vernall, Lucy and Hill, Kirsty (2018) Your research has been broadcast to millions - but how do you determine its impact? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 May 2018). Website.

Grant, Stefanie (2018) Migrant and Refugee Border Deaths: Defining A Human Rights Framework. LSE Law Review, 3. pp. 129-133. ISSN 2516-4058

Grant, Wyn (2018) The challenges for farm policy after Brexit. LSE Brexit (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Gray, Mia and Barford, Anna (2018) The depths of the cuts: uneven geography of local government austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Gray, Mia and Donald, Betsy (2018) Can we solve both the economic crisis and the environmental one? Seeking new models in uncertain times. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Aug 2018). Website.

Grayson, Richard S. (2018) Across the water: personal and political reflections on holding dual British-Irish citizenship. LSE Brexit (19 Feb 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2018) #PublicAuthority through the eyes of a dead fish. Africa at LSE (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2018) What I learned about #PublicAuthority from spending two days with a bunch of anthropologists, political scientists and others. Africa at LSE (06 Jun 2018). Website.

Green, Duncan (2018) An experiment in participatory blogging on Ebola in Sierra Leone. Africa at LSE (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Green, Elliott D. ORCID: 0000-0002-0942-5756 (2018) Using Google trends to measure ethnic and religious identity in sub-Saharan Africa: potentials and limitations. Africa at LSE (04 Jun 2018). Website.

Green, Jeremy (2018) The City's pivot to China in a post-Brexit world: a uniquely vulnerable policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2018). Website.

Green, Toby (2018) Do we need to “fail fast” to achieve open access? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Greenaway, Jon (2018) Book review: nihilism and technology. LSE Business Review (04 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Greenaway, Jon (2018) Book review: nihilism and technology by Nolen Gertz. LSE Review of Books (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Greenaway, Jon (2018) Book review: nihilism and technology by Nolen Gertz. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Greene, Zac and Sajuria, Javier (2018) Who spoke at Labour's conference, who didn't, and what this tells us about a people's vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2018). Website.

Greer, Philippa (2018) To address the plight of Yazidi women we must look beyond the notion of wartime ‘sex slaves’. Women, Peace and Security (12 Oct 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Greeven, Mark J. and Cervini, Paolo (2018) Digital China is coming to Europe. LSE Business Review (24 Apr 2018). Website.

Gregory, Theo (2018) Delivering the five giants: Beveridge, climate change and the adaption of the political. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Griffiths, Camilla and Graham, Nancy (2018) PhD theses: drawing attention to the often overlooked articles in open access repositories. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Groen-Xu, Moqi, Teixeira, Pedro, Voigt, Thomas and Knapp, Bernhard (2018) Looming REF deadlines lead to a rush in publication of lower quality research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2018) The Lords have just raised the bar on the defence of rights and the rule of law in the Brexit process. LSE Brexit (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2018) The good, the bad and the ugly arguments for ditching the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2018) The good, the bad and the ugly arguments for ditching the EU charter of fundamental rights. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Gruber, Francois (2018) Deserting the Uzbek city. LSE Research Festival 2018 (12 Feb 2018). Website.

Gryszkiewicz, Lidia, Bogumil, Anna and Toivonen, Tuukka (2018) Social innovation skills: what are they? LSE Business Review (03 Jul 2018). Website.

Gu, Ran (2018) A postgraduate degree protects you against the business cycle. LSE Business Review (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Guardado, Jenny (2018) Do election handouts actually ‘buy’ votes? Democratic Audit Blog (31 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Guccione, Kay and Bryan, Billy (2018) How to build value into the doctorate: ideas for PhD supervisors. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Guerra, Simona (2018) What Euroscepticism looks like in Central and Eastern Europe. LSE Brexit (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Guiney, Thomas (2018) After Worboys: what next for the parole system in England and Wales? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2018). Website.

Gumede, William (2018) The International Criminal Court and accountability in Africa. Africa at LSE (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Gómez, Diana (2018) Colombia must rethink the role of truth commissions to secure the rights of victims of conflict. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Gómez, Diana (2018) Para cumplir con los derechos de los sujetos victimizados Colombia debe repensar el papel de las comisiones de la verdad. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (13 Feb 2018). Website.

Gül Uysal, Nazli (2018) Clean break? Why the Sanitary and Phytosanitary framework matters. LSE Brexit (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Haas, Astrid and Hoza Ngoga, Thierry (2018) Where are Kampala's missing houses? Africa at LSE (25 Apr 2018). Website.

Haas, Astrid and Kriticos, Sebastian (2018) Data for decision-making: how spatial data is shaping the African urbanisation story. International Growth Centre Blog (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Haber, Noah, Breskin, Alexander, Moscoe, Ellen and Smith, Emily R. (2018) There is a large disparity between what people see in social media about health research and the underlying strength of evidence. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Jul 2018). Website.

Hacke, Matthew (2018) Book review: ghostbodies: towards a new theory of invalidism by Maia Dolphin-Krute. LSE Review of Books (02 Feb 2018). Website.

Hacke, Matthew (2018) Book review: poor news: media discourses of poverty in times of austerity by Steven Harkins and Jairo Lugo-Ocando. LSE Review of Books (29 May 2018). Website.

Hadeed, Marcel (2018) Continental Breakfast 13: Brexit’s lasting effects on the EU. LSE Brexit (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Haeder, Simon F. and Rocco, Philip (2018) Despite Democrats’ takeover of the House, don’t expect Republicans to give up on undoing Obamacare. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Haenssgen, Marco J. and Charoenboon, Ern (2018) How eyes in the sky can cut survey costs and enable researchers to identify key but hard-to-reach populations. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Jun 2018). Website.

Haley, Usha (2018) Beyond Impact Factors: an Academy of Management report on measuring scholarly impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne and Vasilopoulou, Sofia (2018) Breaching the social contract: why the success of Golden Dawn in Greece points to a crisis of democratic representation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Mar 2018). Website.

Hall, Jonny ORCID: 0000-0002-4268-3845 (2018) Book review: Fire and fury: inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Hall, Jonny ORCID: 0000-0002-4268-3845 (2018) Book review: fire and fury: inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff. LSE Review of Books (22 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Hall, Jonny ORCID: 0000-0002-4268-3845 (2018) Book review: talking Donald Trump: a sociolinguistic study of style, metadiscourse and political identity by Jennifer Sclafani. LSE Review of Books (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Hall, Jonny ORCID: 0000-0002-4268-3845 (2018) Book review: the presidency of Barack Obama: a first historical assessment edited by Julian Zelizer. LSE Review of Books (03 Jul 2018). Website.

Hall, Jonny ORCID: 0000-0002-4268-3845 (2018) Trump's National Security Strategy release illustrates the ongoing battle between the president's instincts and foreign policy mainstreamers in his administration. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Hall, Matthew, Marsh, David and Vines, Emma (2018) A changing democracy: the British political tradition has never been more vulnerable: the British political tradition has never been more vulnerable. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Hall, Sarah (2018) Any Brexit deal on financial services could have unpredictable implications. LSE Business Review (28 Jul 2018). Website.

Hall, Wayne (2018) Legalised cannabis in North America is still in its honeymoon period: the long term effects may not be so positive. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Halligan, Liam and Lyons, Gerard (2018) Britain can make a great success of (a clean) Brexit. LSE Brexit (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Hameleers, Michael (2018) Shaping the electoral success of populism: the effects of attributing blame on populist vote choice. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Hamid, Sadek (2018) Book review: London youth, religion and politics: engagement and activism from Brixton to Brick Lane by Daniel Nilsson DeHanas. LSE Review of Books (26 Apr 2018). Website.

Han, Xueying and Appelbaum, Richard P. (2018) For China to realise its research and innovation potential the government may have to place greater trust in the academic community. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 May 2018). Website.

Han, Yao (2018) Book review: public sector reform in Ireland: countering crisis by Muiris MacCarthaigh. LSE Review of Books (14 Jun 2018). Website.

Hancké, Bob ORCID: 0000-0002-3334-231X (2018) Italy's crisis: wouldn't it be simpler if the government simply dissolved the people and elected another? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 May 2018). Website.

Handyside, Fiona (2018) Book review: the contemporary femme fatale: gender, genre and American cinema by Katherine Farrimond. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2018). Website.

Hanifi, Shah Mahmoud (2018) “The Kabuliwala represents a dilemma between the state and migratory history of the world” – Shah Mahmoud Hanifi. South Asia @ LSE (29 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hanlon, Joseph (2018) Mozambique's insurgency: a new Boko Haram or youth demanding an end to marginalisation? Africa at LSE (19 Jun 2018). Website.

Hannah, A. Lee and Mallinson, Daniel J. (2018) Why it will be difficult for Jeff Sessions to put the genie back into the bottle on marijuana policy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Jan 2018). Website.

Hansson, Sten (2018) The rhetoric of self-preservation: Brexit and blame avoidance. LSE Brexit (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hantrais, Linda (2018) How will Brexit affect the social security rights of EU migrants in the UK, and how the social protection of EU staff? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2018). Website.

Hardcastle, Tania (2018) What lies beneath?: Shortcomings of the Children’s Rights Discourse in confronting child labour in Bangladesh and India. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Harjuniemi, Timo and Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2018) Reason over politics: how The Economist has portrayed austerity since 1945. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2018). Website.

Harris, John (2018) Sport and Britishness: the politics of the 2018 Winter Olympics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Feb 2018). Website.

Harrison, Graham (2018) Why only few remember the Enough Food If campaign. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2018). Website.

Harrison, Ruth, Nobis, Yvonne and Oppenheim, Charles (2018) A librarian perspective on Sci-Hub: the true solution to the scholarly communication crisis is in the hands of the academic community, not librarians. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hart, Miranda (2018) Improved representation of female scientists in the media can show future generations of women that they belong. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Sep 2018). Website.

Hartley, James (2018) Book review: publish or perish: perceived benefits versus unintended consequences by Imad A. Moosa. LSE Review of Books (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Hartwell, Kathryn (2018) How the law profession adjusts to competitive changes in the UK. LSE Business Review (21 Mar 2018). Website.

Harzing, Anne-Wil (2018) Internal vs. external promotion, part one: seven reasons why external promotion is easier. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Sep 2018). Website.

Harzing, Anne-Wil (2018) Internal vs. external promotion, part two: seven advantages of internal promotion, plus some general tips for both. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hassan, Fadi and Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P. (2018) Poor productivity: an Italian perspective. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Hatzisavvidou, Sophia (2018) Truth-tellers: creating Britain's anti-austerity campaign. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Hawes, Daniel and McCrea, Austin (2018) How white middle class social capital can lock immigrants out of more generous state welfare policies. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Hayes, Lydia (2018) The crisis in social care is connected to the gendered inadequacy of labour law. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2018). Website.

Hayes, Niamh (2018) A question of method (and the researcher's role in it). LSE Research Festival 2018 (12 Feb 2018). Website.

Hayhoe, Simon (2018) Learning to include yourself as a person with a disability. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Haynes, Suyin (2018) Book review: new female tribes by Rachel Pashley. LSE Review of Books (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Haynes, Suyin (2018) Book review: new female tribes by Rachel Pashley. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (11 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Haynes, Suyin (2018) Book review: new female tribes by Rachel Pashley. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (18 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hays, Demelza (2018) Blockchain: an overview. LSE Business Review (22 Feb 2018). Website.

Hayward, Katy (2018) 'Categorically clear': what being outside a customs union with the EU will mean for post-Brexit UK. LSE Brexit (06 Feb 2018). Website.

Hayward, Katy (2018) Who really cares about Northern Ireland? LSE Brexit (12 Apr 2018). Website.

Heald, David (2018) Brexit means a bleak future for UK public spending and probably for intra-UK governance relations. LSE Brexit (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Heald, David (2018) Brexit means a bleak future for UK public spending and probably for intra-UK governance relations. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Heald, David (2018) What could Brexit mean for UK public spending and devolved government relations? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2018). Website.

Hearson, Martin and Prichard, Wilson (2018) China’s challenge to international tax rules. LSE Business Review (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Heath, Anthony and Richards, Lindsay (2018) Nationalism, racism, and identity: what connects Englishness to a preference for hard Brexit? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Heath, Anthony and Richards, Lindsay (2018) Nationalism, racism, and identity: what connects Englishness to a preference for hard Brexit? LSE Brexit (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Heffernan, Anne (2018) Book review: Mandela's kinsmen by Timothy Gibbs. Africa at LSE (01 Jun 2018). Website.

Hegedus, Dora (2018) Perpetual idleness. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Heller, Lambert (2018) Beyond #FakeScience: how to overcome shallow certainty in scholarly communication. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Aug 2018). Website.

Heller, Lambert and Brinken, Helene (2018) How to run a book sprint – in 16 steps. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Helms, Ludger (2018) ‘Heirs apparent’ in no. 10 and beyond – why career ascendancy patterns matter, and how. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Helsper, Ellen (2018) Digital inequalities policies in Latin America are mostly words and little accountability, just like in Europe. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (23 Jan 2018). Website.

Hemmings, Clare (2018) Author interview: considering Emma Goldman with Professor Clare Hemmings. LSE Review of Books (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Hendry, Sarah (2018) Should England nationalise water services? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Henwood, Melanie (2018) Jeremy Hunt's seven principles on adult social care reform: a new way forward or just rhetoric? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Henwood, Melanie (2018) Social care and the NHS: how to change the framework of joint working. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2018). Website.

Henwood, Melanie (2018) While the Carers Action Plan is welcome, it is not good enough in itself. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Henwood, Melanie, Larkin, Mary and Milne, Alisoun (2018) To meaningfully support carers, we must rethink their purpose and contribution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hernández, Enrique (2018) Does democratic discontent foster support for challenger parties? Democratic Audit Blog (05 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Hestermeyer, Holger (2018) On Brexit, transition, customs partnership and max fac - a drama in four acts. LSE Brexit (18 May 2018). Website.

Hick, Rod (2018) How do people exit in-work poverty and what prevents them from doing so? British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Aug 2018). Website.

Hicks, Celeste (2018) The trial of Hissène Habré and what it could mean for justice in Africa. Africa at LSE (23 Apr 2018). Website.

Highman, Ludovic (2018) EU students at UK universities: patterns and trends. LSE Brexit (13 Apr 2018). Website.

Hiilamo, Heikki (2018) We need to deal with household debt now before the next financial crisis hits. LSE Business Review (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hilhorst, Dorothea, Porter, Holly E. and Gordon, Rachael (2018) Challenging humanitarianism beyond gender as women and women as victims #PressforProgress. Africa at LSE (07 Mar 2018). Website.

Hines, Frankie (2018) Book review: Bad environmentalism: irony and irreverence in the Ecological Age. LSE Business Review (28 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hines, Frankie (2018) Book review: Bad environmentalism: irony and irreverence in the ecological age by Nicole Seymour. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (21 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hines, Frankie (2018) Book review: bad environmentalism: irony and irreverence in the ecological age by Nicole Seymour. LSE Review of Books (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hines, Frankie (2018) Book review: bad environmentalism: irony and irreverence in the ecological age by Nicole Seymour. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hirschi, Andreas, Nagy, Noemi, Baumeler, Franziska, Johnston, Claire and Spurk, Daniel (2018) Thirteen factors for a successful career. LSE Business Review (21 Aug 2018). Website.

Hix, Simon (2018) Watch: Simon Hix on what Brexit means for the EU27 and the European project. LSE Brexit (26 Jan 2018). Website.

Hix, Simon and Sitter, Nick (2018) Svexit or Huxit? How another country could follow the UK out of the EU. LSE Brexit (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Hockley, Tony (2018) From Hunt to Hancock: a fresh start for the NHS at 70? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2018). Website.

Hoffman, Anita (2018) We need to have a career plan B up our sleeves. LSE Business Review (02 May 2018). Website.

Hoffman, Kasper (2018) Rethinking rebel rule: how Mai-Mai groups in eastern Congo govern. Conflict Research Programme Blog (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hoffmann, Kasper and Verweijen, Judith (2018) Rethinking rebel rule: how Mai-Mai groups in eastern Congo govern. Conflict Research Management (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hogan-Brun, Gabrielle and Polezzi, Loredana (2018) The educational and economic value of embracing people's mother tongues. LSE Business Review (21 Feb 2018). Website.

Hogarth, Raphael and White, Hannah (2018) What government has to do in order to get its Brexit deal through Parliament. LSE Brexit (17 Apr 2018). Website.

Holland, Emily and Aron, Hadas (2018) We don't know how democracies die. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Holland, Emily and Aron, Hadas (2018) We don’t know how democracies die. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Holman, Daniel, Foster, Liam and Hess, Moritz (2018) Which women knew about state pension age changes? Inequalities in awareness and their implications. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Aug 2018). Website.

Holmes, Peter and Jacob, Nick (2018) It's not what the rules are, it's the way that you show it: proving 'origin' post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Holmwood, John (2018) The expansion of open access is being driven by commercialisation, where private benefit is adopting the mantle of public value. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Holtrop, Tjitske (2018) The evaluative inquiry: a new approach to research evaluation. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hong, Yili, Hu, Yuheng and Burtch, Gordon (2018) A shared audience amplifies people's influence over their peers. LSE Business Review (11 Sep 2018). Website.

Honour, Victoria (2018) Engaging with Parliament: what is good Select Committee evidence? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Hope, David and Martelli, Angelo (2018) Labour market institutions still matter for workforce equality in the knowledge economy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Jan 2018). Website.

Hope, David and Martelli, Angelo (2018) Labour market institutions still matter in the knowledge economy. LSE Business Review (27 Jan 2018). Website.

Hopwood, Julian (2018) Notes from the field: mob justice in Gulu. Africa at LSE (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hopwood, Julian (2018) Truth, evidence and proof in the realm of the unseen. Part 2. Africa at LSE (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hopwood, Julian (2018) Truth, evidence and proof in the realm of the unseen. Part I. Africa at LSE (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hornsby, Jennifer (2018) Campaigners for a second referendum must be clear about what voters would be asked. LSE Brexit (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Horsler, Paul ORCID: 0000-0002-8844-484X (2018) Prayer and praise during the Munich Crisis: a story of church attendance. In: The Munich Crisis and the people: international, transnational & comparative perspectives, 2018-06-29 - 2018-06-30. (Submitted)

Horten, Monica (2018) EU Withdrawal Agreement: the real losers will be British businesses and British citizens. LSE Brexit (07 Mar 2018). Website.

Horton, Peter and Wallace, Garrett (2018) Establishing trust between researchers, government and the public: proposing an integrated process for evidence synthesis and policy development. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Jul 2018). Website.

Hough, Dan (2018) The UK shouldn’t be complacent about its high anti-corruption ranking: trouble lies ahead with brexit. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Hough, Daniel (2018) The UK shouldn't be complacent about its high anti-corruption ranking: trouble lies ahead with Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2018). Website.

Houghton, John P. (2018) Book review: Municipal dreams: the rise and fall of council housing by John Boughton. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Houghton, John P. (2018) Book review: municipal dreams: the rise and fall of council housing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Houghton, John P. (2018) Book review: municipal dreams: the rise and fall of council housing by John Boughton. LSE Review of Books (11 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Howarth, David (2018) How to change the government without causing a general election. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Howarth, Eponine, Rodriguez, Chloe, Picciotto, Ludovico and Gillis, Rory (2018) Can the social contract justify secession? A case study of the Catalan demand for independence. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Howarth, Eponine Pamella Claudine (2018) Overrepresentation in criminal justice systems. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (25 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Howell, Kathryn (2018) How we can preserve assisted housing in the context of gentrification and constrained federal resources. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Apr 2018). Website.

Howlett, Marnie (2018) Brexit is part and parcel of Britain's ongoing quest for national self-understanding. LSE Brexit (09 Feb 2018). Website.

Hoyt, Jason (2018) "Publishing is not just about technology, it is foremost about the academic communities it supports." The evolution of the megajournal as PeerJ turns five. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Hudson, Bob (2018) Adult social care: is privatisation irreversible? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Feb 2018). Website.

Hudson, Bob (2018) How 'ethical commissioning' could curb the worst effects of outsourcing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Aug 2018). Website.

Hudson, Peter James (2018) Banking on a 'shithole': US-led racial capitalism in Haiti began long before Trump. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (12 Apr 2018). Website.

Hughes, Kirsty (2018) Does Scotland really want to stay in the single market without a say in the rules? LSE Brexit (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Hummel, Diana (2018) Book review: social ecology in the digital age: solving complex problems in a globalized world by Daniel Stokols. LSE Review of Books (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Hummel, Diana (2018) Book review: social ecology in the digital age: solving complex problems in a globalized world by Daniel Stokols. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Husovec, Martin (2018) The promises of algorithmic copyright enforcement: takedown or staydown? Which is superior? And why? Columbia Journal of the Law & the Arts, 42 (1). 53 - 84. ISSN 1544-4848

Huszka, Beáta (2018) A high risk, high reward gamble: what are the benefits of a Kosovo-Serbia land-swap? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Hutchings, Stephen (2018) We must rethink Russia's propaganda machine in order to reset the dynamic that drives it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2018). Website.

Hvide, Hans and Jones, Benjamin F. (2018) When EU university researchers lost the full rights to their innovations. LSE Business Review (14 Aug 2018). Website.

Hübner, Kurt (2018) A Canadian perspective on CETA +++: those pluses will come with minuses. LSE Brexit (05 Feb 2018). Website.

Iacono, Roberto (2018) Book review: the great leveler: violence and the history of inequality from the stone age to the twenty-first century by Walter Scheidel. LSE Review of Books (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Iaria, Alessandro, Schwarz, Carlo and Waldinger, Fabian (2018) Should Chinese citizens be kept away from sensitive research at US universities? LSE Business Review (24 Aug 2018). Website.

Ikstens, Jānis (2018) The 2018 Latvian elections: new faces, old patterns. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (16 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Impullitti, Giammario and Licandro, Omar (2018) We may be underestimating the gains from globalisation. LSE Business Review (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Innes, Abby (2018) The dismantling of the State since the 1980s: Brexit is the wrong diagnosis of a real crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Aug 2018). Website.

Isernia, Pierangelo and Piccolino, Gianluca (2018) Caught between two stools: the Five Star Movement and government policy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Apr 2018). Website.

Ishkanian, Armine (2018) A revolution of values: freedom, responsibility, and courage in the Armenian Velvet Revolution. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 May 2018). Website.

Issitt, Madeleine and Abonga, Francis (2018) Analysing the role of football in building social cohesion in war-affected Uganda. Africa at LSE (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Izquierdo, Alejandro (2018) Latin America and the Caribbean needs to do more with less and set its sights on the future. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Izzi, Valeria (2018) Can we have it all?: navigating trade-offs between research excellence, development impact, and collaborative research processes. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Izzi, Valeria and Murray, Becky (2018) Greater than the sum of its parts: why the GCRF Interdisciplinary Research Hubs should adopt a programme approach to research design and management. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Jacobs, Kristof and Spierings, Niels (2018) Is Twitter a populist paradise? Democratic Audit Blog (18 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Jacobsmeier, Matthew L. (2018) In West Virginia, Democrat Joe Manchin is tacking to the right to keep his Senate seat in an increasingly red state. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Jafary, Maziar (2018) Book review: management education in India: perspectives and practices by Manish Thakur and Rajesh R. Babu. LSE Review of Books (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Jain, Mahima A (2018) Law, nationhood and the Constitution of India as a work of art. South Asia @ LSE (26 Jan 2018). Website.

Jain, Mahima A. (2018) "There is a need now for a systemic change for dealing with judicial accountability. This is a time for institutional articulation" - Dr Aditya Sondhi. South Asia @ LSE (03 May 2018). Website.

Jallow, Maudo (2018) More funding for education alone will not solve unemployment #AfricaAtWork. Africa at LSE (20 Mar 2018). Website.

Jamari, Radiya (2018) Love thy neighbour? A study on the impact of mosques on housing prices in London. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

James, Toby S. (2018) Are UK elections conducted with integrity, with sufficient turnout? Democratic Audit Blog (15 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Jappe, Arlette, Pithan, David and Heinze, Thomas (2018) There is an absence of scientific authority over research assessment as a professional practice, leaving a gap that has been filled by database providers. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Jul 2018). Website.

Jaroszewicz, Ania (2018) Bad choice design can be particularly harmful for less educated individuals. LSE Business Review (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Jayawardena, Eshan (2018) Balancing the Chinese presence in Sri Lanka: India and Japan's game of the stag hunt. South Asia @ LSE (05 Jun 2018). Website.

Jayawardena, Eshan and Amarasinghe, Punsara (2018) The winds of change in Sri Lanka? Rajapaksa's charisma and foreign factors in Sri Lankan politics. South Asia @ LSE (13 Mar 2018). Website.

Jehli, Martin (2018) Boy riding a mule in the mountains of Azerbaijan. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Jenkins, Laura (2018) Why do our feelings about politics matter - and do they matter more now? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Mar 2018). Website.

Jennings, Will and Lodge, Martin ORCID: 0000-0002-4273-6118 (2018) Powerless to resist: Canute, Brexit and the tides of political pressure. LSE Brexit (12 Jun 2018). Website.

Jensen, Carsten and Kevins, Anthony (2018) Inflated figures, inflated opposition: how claims about welfare benefit levels affect public opinion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2018). Website.

Jessoe, Katrina (2018) Climate change: extreme heat will decrease rural employment and increase migration in Mexico. LSE Business Review (18 May 2018). Website.

Jian, Lian, Yang, Sha, Ba, Sulin and Li Jiang, Crystal (2018) Getting the best out of your crowdsourcing contest. LSE Business Review (25 Sep 2018). Website.

Jie, Yu (2018) China is a crucial partner for Britain to prosper outside the EU. LSE Brexit (26 Jan 2018). Website.

Jithendranath, Smrutica (2018) The Maldives: a jewel in the blue under threat. South Asia @ LSE (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Jo, Ara (2018) The level of trust in a country affects environmental compliance by firms. LSE Business Review (11 Jul 2018). Website.

Johnes, Geraint (2018) More ice cream, less sticky toffee pudding: the subtle effect of the weather on the UK economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jul 2018). Website.

Johns, Rob (2018) Why a clear, confident espousal of soft Brexit is less risky than Labour fears. LSE Brexit (13 Feb 2018). Website.

Johnson, Bethan (2018) Book review: race women internationalists: activist-intellectuals and global freedom struggles by Imaobong D. Umoren. LSE Review of Books (01 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Johnson, Lauren, McCray, Deon and Ragusa, Jordan (2018) Sex and religion were the biggest influences on #NeverTrump Republicans. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 May 2018). Website.

Johnson Ross, Freya (2018) Gender equality in local government: what difference does legislation make? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2018). Website.

Johnston, Ron (2018) Book review: Handbook of political party funding edited by Jonathan Mendilow and Eric Phélippeau. Democratic Audit Blog (12 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2018) Book review: The Oxford handbook of electoral systems edited by Erik S Herron, Robert J Pekkanen and Matthew S Shugart. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2018) Book review: handbook of political party funding edited by Jonathan Mendilow and Eric Phélippeau. LSE Review of Books (08 May 2018). Website.

Johnston, Ron (2018) Book review: the Oxford handbook of electoral systems edited by Erik S Herron, Robert J Pekkanen and Matthew S Shugart. LSE Review of Books (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2018) LSE festival Beveridge 2.0 book review: a university education by David Willetts. LSE Review of Books (19 Feb 2018). Website.

Johnston, Ron, Jones, Kelvyn, Manley, David, Pattie, Charles, Hartman, Todd K. and Rossiter, David (2018) General election polling goes geographical: the accuracy and value of constituency-level estimates. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2018). Website.

Johnston, Ron, Jones, Kelvyn, Manley, David, Pattie, Charles, Hartman, Todd K. and Rossiter, David (2018) General election polling goes geographical: the accuracy and value of constituency-level estimates. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Johny, Shelly (2018) Navigating India's interests in the labyrinth of the Arab Gulf's internal rivalries. South Asia @ LSE (16 Mar 2018). Website.

Jolissaint, Robin (2018) Defending basic income: less jobs, more work, and an assiduous work ethic. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Jones, Alistair (2018) Islamic divorce in the English courts: human rights and sharia law. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Aug 2018). Website.

Jones, Ed, Murphy, Mahon, Vertelytė, Mantė, Jarmack, Sarita Fae, Sitaraman, Srini, Vaughan, Tom, Johnson, Bethan, deSouza, Priyanka, Custódio, Leonardo, Robb, Peter, Khilji, Usama, Brefo, Henry, Hamzić, Vanja, Moreh, Chris and Mazanderani, Fawzia Haeri (2018) Reading list: 15 recommended reads on colonial histories, colonial legacies. LSE Review of Books (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Jones, Jenny (2018) Baroness Jones: I'm worried about what Brexit means for our rights. LSE Brexit (01 May 2018). Website.

Jones, Katharine (2018) Book review: female football players and fans: intruding into a man's world edited by Gertrud Pfister and Stacey Pope. LSE Review of Books (21 Sep 2018). Website.

Jones, Kip and Fenge, Lee-Ann (2018) The "long tail" of research impact is engendered by innovative dissemination tools and meaningful community engagement. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Feb 2018). Website.

Jones, Lorelei (2018) Government wants healthcare staff to change patients' behaviour - but that's unlikely to work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jun 2018). Website.

Jones, Michael D. and Crow, Deserai (2018) Mastering the art of the narrative: using stories to shape public policy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Jul 2018). Website.

Jordan, Katy and Carrigan, Mark (2018) How was social media cited in 2014 REF Impact Case Studies? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Jun 2018). Website.

Jordan, Katy and Carrigan, Mark (2018) The impact agenda has led to social media being used in a role it may not be equipped to perform. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 May 2018). Website.

Joslyn, Mark and Sylvester, Steven (2018) Why educated Republicans are still less likely to trust childhood vaccinations than educated Democrats. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Jovchelovitch, Sandra ORCID: 0000-0002-0073-2792 and Priego-Hernandez, Jacqueline (2018) From the favelas of Rio to the Kasbah of Algiers, community participation is the key to urban regeneration. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Jungherr, Andreas, Mader, Matthias, Schoen, Harald and Wuttke, Alexander (2018) For free trade, but against TTIP: public opinion and the backlash against globalisation. LSE Business Review (04 Jul 2018). Website.

Jupe, Robert (2018) The East Coast franchise debacle: only the latest problem arising from rail privatisation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jun 2018). Website.

Kaarbo, Juliet (2018) How a prime minister's leadership style affects their parliament's role in security decisions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Kabir, Arafat (2018) Liberal democracies, don't give up on the Maldives. South Asia @ LSE (16 Feb 2018). Website.

Kaczmarczyk, Patrick (2018) Germany’s non-rebalancing of its mercantilist model. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Kaithwar, Raj (2018) The shape of water in transboundary river basins of South Asia. South Asia @ LSE (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Kakabadse, Andrew (2018) Is government fit for purpose? Not with the current structure of departmental boards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2018). Website.

Kakar, Asmat (2018) Developing the rural economy in Pakistan through income generating grants. South Asia @ LSE (21 May 2018). Website.

Kakar, Asmat (2018) The grass is greener when there is education: an experience from Balochistan. South Asia @ LSE (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Kalcik, Robert, Moes, Nicolas and Woolf, Guntram B (2018) Is the European Parliament missing an opportunity to reform after Brexit? LSE Brexit (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Kaldor, Mary (2018) Identity politics and the political marketplace. Conflict Research Management (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Kaldor, Mary (2018) Labour must abandon the soft Brexit position and come out for Remain and reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Kaldor, Mary (2018) Labour’s opportunity: the party should abandon soft Brexit and back remain and reform. LSE Brexit (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Kalfa, Senia, Wilkinson, Adrian and Gollan, Paul J. (2018) Playing the game: academics have bought into the competition and become complicit in their exploitation. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Jul 2018). Website.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2018) Book review: Anti-social media: how Facebook disconnects us and undermines democracy by Siva Vaidhyanathan. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2018) Book review: Post-truth: how we have reached peak bullshit and what we can do about it by Evan Davis. Democratic Audit Blog (05 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2018) Book review: anti-social media: how Facebook disconnects us and undermines democracy by Siva Vaidhyanathan. LSE Review of Books (04 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2018) Book review: anti-social media: how Facebook disconnects us and undermines democracy by Siva Vaidhyanathan. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2018) Book review: cultivating creativity in methodology and research: in praise of detours edited by Charlotte Wegener, Ninna Meier and Elina Maslo. LSE Review of Books (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2018) Book review: emotional choices: how the logic of affect shapes coercive diplomacy by Robin Markwica. LSE Review of Books (23 Jul 2018). Website.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2018) Book review: post-truth: how we have reached peak bullshit and what we can do about it by Evan Davis. LSE Review of Books (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Kalvapalle, Sai (2018) Complaints as opportunities: what can the National Health Service learn from negative employee feedback? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Kandiko Howson, Camille B. (2018) Gender and advancement in higher education's prestige economy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 May 2018). Website.

Kapidžić, Damir (2018) How #PublicAuthority is legitimised by making decisions in the right way. Africa at LSE (23 May 2018). Website.

Kapoor, Sony (2018) Indians wanted us out, Europeans want us to stay. This time British citizens will bear almost all the costs. LSE Brexit (15 May 2018). Website.

Kapur, Bela (2018) New Syrian Women’s Political Movement hopes to bring a feminist approach to peace and transition. Women, Peace and Security (24 May 2018), 1 - 6. Blog Entry.

Kapur, Bela (2018) Syrian Women’s Political Movement gets ready for peace talks. Women, Peace and Security (01 Jun 2018), 1 - 6. Blog Entry.

Kasdin, Stuart (2018) How stakeholder advisory committees could help fix a broken Congress. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Mar 2018). Website.

Kassimeris, George (2018) History will judge ETA as a failed terrorist group, but there are lessons to be learned. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 May 2018). Website.

Kassimeris, George (2018) The epic political elegance of Emmanuel Macron. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Jan 2018). Website.

Kassimeris, George (2018) The slow downfall of Theresa May. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Katsanidou, Alexia and Lefkofridi, Zoe (2018) Shifting dynamics: Mapping the divisions between and within party groups in the European Parliament ahead of the 2019 elections. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Katz, Bruce and Nowak, Jeremy (2018) Brexit and the new localism: how to leverage the competitive advantages of UK cities. LSE Business Review (03 Apr 2018). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric (2018) Why culture is more important than skills: understanding British public opinion on immigration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric and Goodwin, Matthew (2018) Rising ethnic diversity in the West may fuel a (temporary) populist right backlash. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kaya, Zeynep (2018) Economic empowerment of women displaced by conflict requires transformative change. Women, Peace and Security (02 May 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Kaya, Zeynep (2018) Resilience policy and internally displaced women in Iraq: an unintentionally flawed approach – Zeynep N Kaya (13/2018). Women, Peace and Security (20 Feb 2018), 1 - 9. Blog Entry.

Keating, Michael (2018) Agriculture post-Brexit: a battleground for the UK's constituent nations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2018). Website.

Keck, Anna-Sigrid, Sloane, Stephanie, Liechty, Janet M., Fiese, Barbara H. and Donovan, Sharon M. (2018) Transdisciplinary PhD programmes produce more high-impact publications and foster increased collaborations. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Keena, Alex and Knight-Finley, Misty (2018) Why electing former governors may help ease the partisan gridlock in the US Senate. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Keena, Alex, Latner, Michael, McGann, Anthony J. and Smith, Charles Anthony (2018) The 2018 House elections may be historic enough to end the redistricting wars. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Keena, Alex, Latner, Michael, McGann, Anthony J. and Smith, Charles Anthony (2018) Maryland's electoral maps show how proportional representation could solve the problem of gerrymandering. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Mar 2018). Website.

Kelly, John (2018) Should Labour worry about Trotskyists in the Party? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kemp, Stephen (2018) Guidance on testimonials and statements to corroborate impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Jun 2018). Website.

Kenealy, Daniel (2018) How should the UK respond to the attacks in Syria? For a weakened PM, there are no easy options. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Apr 2018). Website.

Kennedy, Helen (2018) How people feel about what companies do with their data is just as important as what they know about it. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 Mar 2018). Website.

Kenny, Michael and Sheldon, Jack (2018) UK governance after Brexit: yet more variable and even more disjointed. LSE Brexit (09 Apr 2018). Website.

Ker-Lindsay, James (2018) Did the unfounded claim that Turkey was about to join the EU swing the referendum? LSE Brexit (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Kerridge, Simon (2018) Hitting the QR sweet spot: will new REF2021 rules lead to a different kind of game-playing? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Mar 2018). Website.

Khalat, David (2018) Book review: personal style blogs: appearances that fascinate by Rosie Findlay. LSE Review of Books (15 Feb 2018). Website.

Khandelwal, Saloni (2018) Crossing the bridge: India's graduates pass the education system, yet fail in job-readiness. South Asia @ LSE (01 Jun 2018). Website.

Khoo, Shaun (2018) There is little evidence to suggest peer reviewer training programmes improve the quality of reviews. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 May 2018). Website.

Kim, Antino, Lahiri, Atanu and Dey, Debabrata (2018) Piracy could be a blessing in disguise for content supply chains. LSE Business Review (14 Sep 2018). Website.

Kinander, Morten (2018) EFTA's model of compliance would struggle to accommodate the UK. LSE Brexit (12 Apr 2018). Website.

Kinander, Morten (2018) Why won't the UK get a good Brexit deal on financial services? One word: Norway. LSE Brexit (13 Mar 2018). Website.

King, Julia ORCID: 0000-0002-2591-658X (2018) Not my pipe. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Kinna, Ruth (2018) Book review: considering Emma Goldman: feminist political ambivalence and the imaginative archive by Clare Hemmings. LSE Review of Books (27 Jun 2018). Website.

Kippin, Sean (2018) Book review: How democracy ends by David Runciman. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean (2018) How accountable are the UK’s security and intelligence services to Parliament? Democratic Audit Blog (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kirchherr, Julian (2018) Team-based PhDs would address the isolation caused by current doctoral programmes and improve the efficiency, quality and impact of research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kirk, Emily J. (2018) From prejudice to Pride: what does Cuba have to celebrate on the International Day Against Homophobia? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (17 May 2018). Website.

Kirk, Emily J. and Story, Isabel (2018) From the Castros to Cuba's new president Miguel Díaz-Canel: continuity or change? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (24 Apr 2018). Website.

Kirk, Thomas (2018) Book review - why we lie about aid by Pablo Yanguas. Africa at LSE (18 May 2018). Website.

Kirk, Thomas and Fisher, Annette (2018) When is going with the grain making the problem worse? Africa at LSE (13 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Klaas, Brian and Collins, John (2018) President Trump's first State of the Union: LSE experts react. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Klass, Brian (2018) Brian Klaas: ‘The incentives for a Trump 2.0 will be exactly the same as the incentives for Trump’. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Klass, Brian (2018) The Despot’s Apprentice: how to rig an election. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Klug, Francesca (2018) Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70: our government might not organise a party, but the rest of us should. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Klugman, Jeni and Dahl, Marianne (2018) Advancing the measurement of women, peace and security. Women, Peace and Security (24 Jan 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Knoth, Petr, Pontika, Nancy and Anastasiou, Lucas (2018) Releasing 1.8 million open access publications from publisher systems for text and data mining. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Knöchelmann, Marcel (2018) Knowledge Unlatched, failed transparency, and the commercialisation of open access book publishing. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Knöchelmann, Marcel (2018) Open access book publishing should be community-focused and aim to let diversity thrive, not be driven by a free market paradigm. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Koch, Insa (2018) The labour of care: why we need an alternative political economy of social care. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2018). Website.

Koinova, Maria (2018) Bulgarians in London: a community of strength, but one hidden in the shadows. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2018). Website.

Kolioulis, Alessio (2018) Book review: general theory of the precariat: great recession, revolution, reaction by Alex Foti. LSE Review of Books (30 Aug 2018). Website.

Koning, Ashley (2018) In a state that hasn’t elected a Republican US senator since 1972, New Jersey’s incumbent Democrat Bob Menendez is unexpectedly in the fight of his life. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Koostra, Jochem (2018) Book review: the acceleration of cultural change: from ancestors to algorithms by R. Alexander Bentley and Michael J. O'Brien. LSE Review of Books (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Korkeamäki, Timo, Sihvonen, Jukka and Vähämaa, Sami (2018) How to compare apples with oranges: using interdisciplinary "exchange rates" to evaluate publications across disciplines. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Jun 2018). Website.

Kostakopoulou, Dora (2018) Majority (mis)rule and the problem with naturalisation for UK citizens in the EU. LSE Brexit (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Kostovicova, Denisa ORCID: 0000-0002-6243-4379 (2018) Sitting on the fence: how the London summit exposed the inertia in the EU's reconciliation policy for the Western Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jul 2018). Website.

Kostovicova, Denisa ORCID: 0000-0002-6243-4379 (2018) Sitting on the fence: how the London summit exposed the inertia in the EU’s reconciliation policy for the Western Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jul 2018). Website.

Kostovicova, Denisa ORCID: 0000-0002-6243-4379 and Sokolić, Ivor ORCID: 0000-0003-1450-8377 (2018) Reconciliation as activity: constraints and possibilities. LSE Department of Government Blog (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Kotecha, Vivek (2018) How to deal with the toxic legacy of PFI in the NHS: options for policymakers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kotschy, Rainer and Sunde, Uwe (2018) Investment in education can counter the economic impact of an older population. LSE Business Review (15 May 2018). Website.

Krauss, Alexander (2018) Contrary to common belief, randomised controlled trials inevitably produce biased results. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Jul 2018). Website.

Krauss, Alexander (2018) The flaws of randomised controlled trials and the reproducibility crisis. LSE Business Review (14 Jul 2018). Website.

Krieger, Kristian (2018) Urgency and complexity: the challenge of creating a just energy union in the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Krishna, Anand and Peter, Sebastian M. (2018) It is advisor attitudes that are likely to shape students’ attitudes towards questionable research practices. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Krishna, Ananye (2018) India's skewed medical ratio. South Asia @ LSE (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Krishna, Ananye (2018) Open education for all. South Asia @ LSE (29 May 2018). Website.

Krishnan, Aarati (2018) Indian Budget 2018: true acid test of NDA's reformist credentials. South Asia @ LSE (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Kriticos, Sebastian (2018) Making room for Africa’s urban billion. International Growth Centre Blog (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Kruessmann, Thomas (2018) A missed opportunity: assessing the EU’s strategy for Europe-Asia connectivity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (01 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Krupa, Joel and Urmetzer, Peter (2018) Book review: economics for the common good by Jean Tirole. LSE Business Review (15 Jul 2018). Website.

Kudrna, Laura (2018) It's Not Me It's You. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Kuhlmann, Robynn (2018) In Missouri’s Senate race, Claire McCaskill is tacking to the center to fend off Josh Hawley’s partisan warfare. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Kuld, Lukas and O'Hagan, John (2018) The proportion of co-authored research articles has risen markedly in recent decades. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Apr 2018). Website.

Kumar, Rishabh (2018) Indian economic growth is being surpassed by wealth accumulation. Again. South Asia @ LSE (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Kundnani, Hans (2018) The troubling transformation of the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Mar 2018). Website.

Kuzio, Taras (2018) Yulia Tymoshenko's policies sit uneasily with her image as a pro-European politician. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 May 2018). Website.

Kwarteng, Kwasi (2018) Kwasi Kwarteng: does the UK need its own infrastructure bank? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Laberge, Yves (2018) Book review: British social theory: recovering lost traditions before 1950. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Laberge, Yves (2018) Book review: British social theory: recovering lost traditions before 1950 by John Scott. LSE Review of Books (02 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Labrecque, Ryan M. (2018) How a new inmate triage system could reduce the use of solitary confinement and improve prison safety. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Apr 2018). Website.

Lacatus, Cora (2018) For Donald Trump, campaigning by Twitter limited the public's access to his policy positions and strategies. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Jan 2018). Website.

Lacey, Joseph (2018) What was wrong with the Brexit referendum and what would be wrong with a second. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2018). Website.

Lado, Susan (2018) Much ado about nothing new: are we leaving equality behind? Africa at LSE (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Lagana, Giada (2018) The Europeanization of the Northern Ireland peace process and how Brexit threatens it all. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 May 2018). Website.

Laing, Tessa (2018) No 'accountability' without conflict: projects targeting health in Uganda #PublicAuthority. Africa at LSE (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Laing, Tom (2018) England’s local elections 2018: previewing Liverpool and Wirral. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Laird, Lisa and Ilveskero, Otto (2018) Reforming immigration for a post-Brexit reality. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 May 2018). Website.

Lalli, Gurpinder (2018) Book review: food, power and agency by Jürgen Martschukat and Bryant Simon. LSE Review of Books (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Lalli, Gurpinder (2018) Book review: the sociology of food: eating and the place of food in society by Jean-Pierre Poulain. LSE Review of Books (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Lambe, Lucy (2018) Don't let publication be the end of the story - transforming research into an illustrated abstract. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 May 2018). Website.

Langella, Monica (2018) What local socio-economic conditions can tell us about the patterns of support in Italy's election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Mar 2018). Website.

Langevin, Mark S. (2018) Brazil elections 2018: the five risks facing President Bolsonaro. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (26 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Langevin, Mark S. and Smith, Olivia (2018) When the mega-dam breaks: shaping the future of environmental licensing in Brazil. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (08 Mar 2018). Website.

Langton, Julia (2018) Developing approaches to research impact assessment and evaluation: lessons from a Canadian health research funder. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Lansing, Kevin J. and Markiewicz, Agnieszka (2018) Rising US income inequality: the disproportionate gains of the highest earners. LSE Business Review (07 May 2018). Website.

Lansley, Stewart (2018) Labour should be campaigning for a citizens’ wealth fund instead of a worker-ownership plan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Lanteri, Alessandro (2018) Economists think Trump harmed the world economy, but not that of their country. LSE Business Review (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Larin, Stephen J. and Engl, Alice (2018) Granting Austrian citizenship to German-speaking Italians would not be a victory for South Tyrol's separatists. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Larner, Jac (2018) The prospects for electoral reform in Wales. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Larsen, Solana (2018) Where is the internet headed? LSE Business Review (08 May 2018). Website.

Laruni, Elizabeth, Maydaa, Charbel and Myrttinen, Henri (2018) Engaging with the gender, peace and security agenda in research and activism in Lebanon. Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (17/2018). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Lastra-Anadon, Carlos X. and Gift, Thomas (2018) Ivy Leaguers rule America: Liberals don’t seem to mind. Conservatives do. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Lau, Joseph (2018) Through the dark - solitude and solidarity. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Laulainen, Teemu (2018) Book review: crime and global justice: the dynamics of international punishment by Daniele Archibugi and Alice Pease. LSE Review of Books (30 Jul 2018). Website.

Laustsen, Lasse (2018) Powerful or warm? Liberal and conservative voters favor different traits in a politician. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Jan 2018). Website.

Laustsen, Lasse (2018) Powerful or warm? Liberal and conservative voters favour different traits in a politician. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Lavoie, Brian (2018) How information about library collections represents a treasure trove for research in the humanities and social sciences. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Sep 2018). Website.

Law, Benjamin (2018) Book review: 1917: war, peace, revolution by David Stevenson. LSE Review of Books (06 Jun 2018). Website.

Law, Benjamin (2018) Book review: fundamental British values in education: radicalisation, national identity and Britishness by Lynn Revell and Hazel Bryan. LSE Review of Books (13 Sep 2018). Website.

Law, Benjamin, Kovac, Matthew, Reddy, Sneha, Smeltzer, Joshua and Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, Cléo (2018) Five recommended reads for the Armistice Day Centenary. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Law, Benjamin, Kovac, Matthew, Reddy, Sneha, Smeltzer, Joshua and Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, Cléo (2018) Reading list: 5 recommended reads for the Armistice Day centenary. LSE Review of Books (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Lawrence, Mathew (2018) The spectre of automation? Three strategies to ensure automation works for the common good. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Lea, Ruth (2018) The Commonwealth advantage: trading with the bloc offers buoyant economic prospects. LSE Brexit (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Lea, Ruth (2018) A No Deal Brexit would be a liberation, not a crisis. LSE Brexit (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Lea, Ruth (2018) "Project Fear" was groundless: the UK economy has been remarkably resilient. LSE Brexit (23 Jan 2018). Website.

Leach, Sarah, Foley, Geraldine, Olivas Osuna, José Javier and Molnar, Aggie (2018) Students on board: designing a board game for 1000+ students. Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching, 11 (1). ISSN 2044-0081

Leahy, Thomas (2018) Four factors affecting how the Republic of Ireland deals with the legacy of the Troubles. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2018). Website.

Lee, Jieun, Vojnovic, Igor and Grady, Sue C. (2018) For low income minority women in Detroit, traveling to meet their family's needs is a daily battle. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Lee, Tim and Seshadri, Ananth (2018) The moral dilemma around equality of opportunity. LSE Business Review (22 Aug 2018). Website.

Lehmann, David (2018) Brazil elections 2018: the destabilising effects of breathtaking judicial discretion. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (17 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Leone, Tiziana ORCID: 0000-0001-9671-5382 (2018) A trip to the West Bank: between graffiti, deprivation, struggle and resilience. Middle East Centre Blog (13 Nov 2018). Website.

Leonelli, Sabina (2018) Without urgent action big and open data may widen existing inequalities and social divides. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Feb 2018). Website.

Leston-Bandeira, Cristina and Thompson, Louise (2018) Engaging the public with the scrutiny of legislation requires more than just asking for their views. British Policy and Politics at LSE (13 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Leston-Bandeira, Cristina and Thompson, Louise (2018) Engaging the public with the scrutiny of legislation requires more than just asking for their views. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Lewis, Chantelle (2018) "No, where are you really from?": being a UK citizen of colour living in the EU27. LSE Brexit (11 May 2018). Website.

Lewis, Dan (2018) UK must create a cap-and-trade pollution market. LSE Business Review (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Lewis, Daniel C. and Kuhlmann, Robynn (2018) Term limits boost turnout in state legislative elections. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Lewis, David ORCID: 0000-0003-0732-9020 (2018) Oxfam crisis: we need a more informed debate about NGOs and international aid. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2018). Website.

Lewis, David ORCID: 0000-0003-0732-9020 (2018) The view from Cox's Bazar: assessing the impact of the Rohingya crisis on Bangladesh. South Asia @ LSE (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Lewontin, Max (2018) Book review: race news: black journalists and the fight for racial justice in the twentieth century by Fred Carroll. LSE Review of Books (25 Apr 2018). Website.

Lewontin, Max (2018) Book review: the broadcast 41: women and the anti-communist blacklist by Carol A. Stabile. LSE Review of Books (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Ley, Samuel (2018) The Legacy of Brexit in the Courts: Ship-Money, Formalism, and the Value of Choice? LSE Law Review, 3. pp. 85-113. ISSN 2516-4058

Li, Eddy (2018) Book review: how to be a happy academic: a guide to being effective in research, writing and teaching by Alexander Clark and Bailey Sousa. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Sep 2018). Website.

Li, Huifang, Fang, Yulin, Lim, Kai H. and Wang, Youwei (2018) How e-marketplace sellers configure platform-based functions to increase sales. LSE Business Review (13 Sep 2018). Website.

Lichtman, Allan J. (2018) Here are five ways Trump a Democratic US House might try to impeach Donald Trump. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Lilkov, Dimitar (2018) A step too far?: the Commission’s proposal to tie EU budget payments to compliance with the rule of law. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (02 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Lipton, Jonah (2018) Book review: understanding West Africa's Ebola epidemic: towards a political economy edited by Ibrahim Abdullah and Ismail Rashid. Africa at LSE (16 Mar 2018). Website.

Lipton, Jonah (2018) Family politics and female authority in Sierra Leone. Africa at LSE (25 Jun 2018). Website.

Little, Laura, Hinojosa, Amanda, Paustian-Underdahl, Sam and Zipay, Kate P. (2018) Working while pregnant: how women cope with unsupportive organisations. LSE Business Review (12 Sep 2018). Website.

Liu, Rebecca (2018) Long read review: minority women and austerity: survival and resistance in France and Britain by Leah Bassel and Akwugo Emejulu. LSE Review of Books (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Liu, Wendy (2018) Book review: how to be a geek: essays on the culture of software by Matthew Fuller. LSE Review of Books (23 May 2018). Website.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2018) Six myths about children in the digital age. Parenting for a Digital Future (10 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2018) What’s the ‘new normal’ for parents and teens online?: Common Sense Media launches UK research. Parenting for a Digital Future (01 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 (2018) The complex task of improving media literacy. LSE Business Review (10 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 and Blum-Ross, Alicia (2018) Parenting for a Digital Future… the book! Parenting for a Digital Future (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 and Stoilova, Mariya ORCID: 0000-0001-9601-7146 (2018) Global Kids Online: designing an impact toolkit for a multi-country project. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Mar 2018). Website.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862, Stoilova, Mariya ORCID: 0000-0001-9601-7146 and Nandagiri, Rishita ORCID: 0000-0003-4424-769X (2018) How do children judge what's appropriate to share online, and with whom? LSE Business Review (15 Sep 2018). Website.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862 and Yoo, DaYoung (2018) The digital environment is fundamental to today’s sex education: nearly two decades-old sex and relationship education will be updated, finally! Parenting for a Digital Future (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Longo, Matthew (2018) Book review: For a left populism by Chantal Mouffe. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Longo, Matthew (2018) Book review: for a left populism by Chantal Mouffe. LSE Review of Books (29 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Lord, Christopher (2018) The Brexit vote has only deepened the political and social divisions within British society. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Loveday, Vik (2018) The neurotic academic: how anxiety fuels casualised academic work. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Apr 2018). Website.

Lowry, Owen (2018) Does reducing working hours increase wages and accelerate labour productivity? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics.

Lucraft, Mithu (2018) The benefits of open access books are clear but challenges around funding remain. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 May 2018). Website.

Ludin, Homayoun and Yadavar, Swagata (2018) "We are not creating problems for agencies but giving them priorities": how Afghanistan improved its children's health in 10 years. South Asia @ LSE (06 Jun 2018). Website.

Lulle, Aija (2018) 'I no longer believe in the British 'word of honour': young migrants reflect on Brexit. LSE Brexit (28 Mar 2018). Website.

Lulle, Aija (2018) Welcome to the geography of populism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (10 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Lundgren, Magnus (2018) Germany did not dictate the outcome of the euro crisis negotiations. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

López, Sofía, De Botselier, Bram and Schunz, Simon (2018) The EU talks big on protecting the Arctic under the guise of ‘sustainable development’. LSE Business Review (24 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

López, Sofía, De Botselier, Bram and Schunz, Simon (2018) The EU talks big on protecting the Arctic, but it continues to prioritise economic interests over the environment. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Löf, Marie and Cvitanovic, Chris (2018) A blueprint for building university-based boundary organisations that achieve impacts on policy and practice. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Sep 2018). Website.

Ma, Lai (2018) Despite becoming increasingly institutionalised, there remains a lack of discourse about research metrics among much of academia. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Aug 2018). Website.

MacCarthaigh, Muiris, Elston, Thomas and Verhoest, Koen (2018) Understanding how austerity makes public sector organisations collaborate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Apr 2018). Website.

MacDonald, Ellie Mae (2018) The gendered impact of austerity: cuts are widening the poverty gap between women and men. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2018). Website.

MacDonald, Robert (2018) Resist? Welcome? Co-opt? Ignore? The pressures and possibilities of the REF and impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Macchiarelli, Corrado (2018) Tackling the free rider problem in the EMU does not have to be a zero-sum game: Italy’s budget deficit case. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Macchiarelli, Corrado and Monti, Mara (2018) Brexit threatens the City's future in European payment systems. LSE Brexit (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Macdonald, Anna and Porter, Holly E. (2018) Pursuing justice in northern Uganda #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (24 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Macdonald, Anna, Porter, Holly E. and Victor, Letha (2018) Revisiting 'justice' in northern Uganda #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Macfarlane, Laurie (2018) The UK needs a state investment bank to support its industrial strategy. LSE Business Review (26 Jul 2018). Website.

Machen, Ruth (2018) Impact from critical research: what might it look like and what support is required? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Sep 2018). Website.

Madureira, Nuno Luis (2018) How the Middle East oil pricing system emerged in the 1940s. LSE Business Review (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Mainiero, Lisa (2018) The changing dynamic of career development in the age of portfolio careers. LSE Business Review (03 Aug 2018). Website.

Majeed, Javed (2018) Book review: Europe's India: words, people, empires, 1500-1800, by Sanjay Subrahmanyam. South Asia @ LSE (17 Mar 2018). Website.

Major, Lee Elliott and Machin, Stephen (2018) The tale of two Davids (Cameron and Beckham) and our social mobility problem. LSE Business Review (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Malkani, Bharat (2018) Book review: the celebrated Marquis: an Italian noble and the making of the modern world by John Bessler. LSE Review of Books (25 Sep 2018). Website.

Malkani, Bharat (2018) Complicity in the death penalty: just how out of step are Javid's actions with British policy? British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jul 2018). Website.

Maller, Cecily (2018) Embracing the chaos: by transcending disciplinary boundaries researchers can reconceptualise human-nature relations. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Aug 2018). Website.

Manby, Bronwen ORCID: 0000-0002-7027-0431 (2018) Book review - love does not win elections by Ayisha Osori. Africa at LSE (04 May 2018). Website.

Maor, Moshe (2018) Understanding policy over- and underreactions in times of crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Marcus, J. Scott (2018) Post-Brexit transfers of personal data: the clock is ticking. LSE Brexit (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Marcus, J. Scott (2018) Post-Brexit transfers of personal data: the clock is ticking. LSE Business Review (17 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Marfo, Kwame (2018) Business lessons for DRC's leadership crisis. Africa at LSE (02 Apr 2018). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2018) Book review: English nationalism: a short history by Jeremy Black. LSE Review of Books (12 Sep 2018). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2018) Book review: English nationalism: a short history by Jeremy Black. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2018) England’s local elections 2018: Theresa May holds on, but the Conservatives remain on the precipice. Democratic Audit Blog (09 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2018) Nativists are populists and not liberals. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2018) What the Roseanne saga tells us about the left's view of the white working class. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Jun 2018). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2018) Why the Grieve amendment to the EU withdrawal bill is not unconstitutional. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2018) Would government prove a poisoned chalice for the Five Star Movement? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 May 2018). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2018) The rhetorical attacks against the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School illustrate the breakdown of civil discourse in US politics. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Mar 2018). Website.

Marin, Lavinia (2018) Book review: digital storytelling: form and content edited by Mark Dunford & Tricia Jenkins. LSE Review of Books (18 May 2018). Website.

Marin, Lavinia (2018) Book review: the textbook and the lecture: education in the age of new media by Norm Friesen. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Aug 2018). Website.

Markaki, Lilly (2018) Book review: courting dissolution: adumbration, alterity and the dislocation of sacrifice from space to image by Michael Lent. LSE Review of Books (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Markaki, Lilly (2018) Book review: five heads (tavan tolgoi): art, anthropology and Mongol futurism edited by Hermione Spriggs. LSE Review of Books (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Markaki, Lilly (2018) Book review: nervous states: how feeling took over the world. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Markaki, Lilly (2018) Book review: unexceptional politics: on obstruction, impasse, and the impolitic by Emily Apter. LSE Review of Books (11 Jul 2018). Website.

Marling, Tom (2018) Book review: the blue frontier: maritime vision and power in the Qing Empire by Ronald Po. LSE Review of Books (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Marović, Jovana (2018) Déjà vu, Montenegrin style: Milo Ðukanović wins Montenegro's presidential election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Marques, Marcelo, Powell, Justin J. W., Zapp, Mike and Biesta, Gert (2018) The RAE/REF have engendered evaluation selectivity and strategic behaviour, reinforced scientific norms, and further stratified UK higher education. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Feb 2018). Website.

Marquis, Christopher and Qiao, Kunyuan (2018) The paradox of communist entrepreneurs in China. LSE Business Review (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Marshall, Leigh (2018) Access then impact: using the media as a shortcut to policymakers. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Apr 2018). Website.

Martell, Luke (2018) Book review: Democracy under threat edited by Surendra Munshi. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Martell, Luke (2018) Book review: democracy under threat edited by Surendra Munshi. LSE Review of Books (25 Jul 2018). Website.

Martell, Luke (2018) Book review: ideology and the future of progressive social movements by Rafal Soborski. LSE Review of Books (20 Jun 2018). Website.

Martill, Benjamin (2018) Can Parliament be scared into submission over the Brexit deal? LSE Brexit (16 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Martino, Erica Maria (2018) Italian women face dramatic earnings losses after the birth of a child. LSE Business Review (03 May 2018). Website.

Mason, Shannon and Merga, Margaret K. (2018) A PhD by publication is a great way to build your academic profile, but be mindful of its challenges. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Aug 2018). Website.

Mason, Victoria (2018) Hubert Butler Essay Prize: the UK risks being torn further apart by Brexit than it has been already. LSE Brexit (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mathieson, Charlotte (2018) Book review: feeling academic in the neoliberal university: feminist flights, fights and failures edited by Yvette Taylor and Kinneret Lahad. LSE Review of Books (18 May 2018). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) How majoritarianism endures in the structures of the UK's devolved institutions. LSE Brexit (28 May 2018). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) How majoritarianism endures in the structures of the UK's devolved institutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2018). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) How majoritarianism endures in the structures of the UK’s devolved institutions. Democratic Audit Blog (11 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) Majoritarianism reinterpreted: why Parliament is more influential than often thought. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Feb 2018). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) Majoritarianism reinterpreted: why parliament is more influential than often thought. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Jodie (2018) Book review: 99 theses on the revaluation of value: a postcapitalist manifesto. LSE Business Review (18 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Jodie (2018) Book review: 99 theses on the revaluation of value: a postcapitalist manifesto by Brian Massumi. LSE Review of Books (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Jodie (2018) Book review: 99 theses on the revaluation of value: a postcapitalist manifesto by Brian Massumi. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (11 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Jodie (2018) Book review: 99 theses on the revaluation of value: a postcapitalist manifesto by Brian Massumi. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (11 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Jodie (2018) Book review: posthuman glossary edited by Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova. LSE Review of Books (21 Jun 2018). Website.

Maugeri, Novella (2018) Women's financial inclusion: 5 reasons why it matters for Mozambique. Africa at LSE (12 Mar 2018). Website.

Maurer, Stephan E. (2018) Public education benefited from oil booms in the postbellum South. LSE Business Review (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Maurer, Todd J. and Chapman, Elizabeth (2018) Proactive people have greater life satisfaction in late career and early retirement. LSE Business Review (23 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Mavin, Sharon and Elliott, Carole (2018) Gender should be on the agenda of business schools. LSE Business Review (23 Jan 2018). Website.

Maxwell, Kate, Benneworth, Paul and Siefkes, Martin (2018) Sandpits can develop cross-disciplinary projects, but funders need to be as open-minded as researchers. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

May, Christopher (2018) Book review: A research agenda for neoliberalism by Kean Birch. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Maynard, Sam and Lahdelma, Ilona (2018) Macri and Macron: why the Argentine and French presidents share more than their surnames. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 May 2018). Website.

Mazanderani, Fawzia Haeri (2018) Book review: race, education and citizenship: mobile Malaysians, British colonial legacies and a culture of migration by Sin Yee Koh. LSE Review of Books (17 Jul 2018). Website.

McArthur, Jenny (2018) Book review: Portfolio society: on the capitalist modes of prediction. LSE Business Review (21 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

McArthur, Jenny (2018) Book review: portfolio society: on the capitalist modes of prediction by Ivan Ascher. LSE Review of Books (16 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

McArthur, Jenny (2018) Book review: portfolio society: on the capitalist modes of prediction by Ivan Ascher. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

McArthur, Jenny (2018) Book review: suburban planet: making the world urban from the outside in by Roger Keil. LSE Review of Books (18 Apr 2018). Website.

McArthur, Jenny (2018) The best bookshops in Washington D.C., USA. LSE Review of Books (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

McCafferty, Conor (2018) Book review: the art of brutalism: rescuing hope from catastrophe in 1950s Britain by Ben Highmore. LSE Review of Books (26 Jan 2018). Website.

McCloskey, Alastair (2018) r/ip: why science communicators should mourn the loss of reddit's Ask Me Anything series. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Jun 2018). Website.

McConalogue, Jim (2018) Book review: The UK after Brexit: legal and policy challenges edited by Michael Dougan. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

McConalogue, Jim (2018) Book review: the UK after Brexit: legal and policy challenges edited by Michael Dougan. LSE Review of Books (06 Jun 2018). Website.

McConnell, Christopher, Margalit, Yotam, Malhotra, Neil and Levendusky, Matthew (2018) How America's politics influence how we do business and who we want to work for. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (11 May 2018). Website.

McCulloch, Steven (2018) How the Conservatives can use Brexit to improve animal welfare governance - and their image. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 May 2018). Website.

McDonald, Paula and White, Diane (2018) Backlash against gender equality is arising in new forms. LSE Business Review (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

McFeeters, Ashleigh (2018) Book review: Stuart Hall: conversations, projects and legacies edited by Julian Henriques and David Morley with Vana Goblot. LSE Review of Books (30 May 2018). Website.

McGaughey, Ewan (2018) Automation and the billionaires' dystopia: how to defend economic democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2018). Website.

McGaughey, Ewan (2018) Can universities cut staff pay for the strike as they please? "No way", says the law. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Mar 2018). Website.

McGaughey, Ewan (2018) Fraud unravels everything: Brexit is voidable and Article 50 can be revoked. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Apr 2018). Website.

McGaughey, Ewan (2018) Pension strike: university staff are getting a 'die quickly' pension plan. It won't work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2018). Website.

McGaughey, Ewan (2018) We need full employment and fair incomes, not unemployment and basic incomes. LSE Business Review (26 Jun 2018). Website.

McKay, Lawrence (2018) Book review: The political class: why it matters who our politicians are by Peter Allen. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

McKay, Lawrence (2018) Book review: the political class: why it matters who our politicians are by Peter Allen. LSE Review of Books (17 Sep 2018). Website.

McKay, Lawrence (2018) Do you get a say? How and why geography divides the British over their political influence. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

McKay, Lawrence (2018) Londoners and the rest: how and why geography divides the British over their political influence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2018). Website.

McKenzie, Lisa (2018) 'We don't exist to them, do we?': why working-class people voted for Brexit. LSE Brexit (15 Jan 2018). Website.

McLaughlin, Heather, Uggen, Christopher and Blackstone, Amy (2018) When sexual harassment is used to equalise power. LSE Business Review (26 Feb 2018). Website.

McLean, Neil and Price, Linda (2018) A longitudinal study of the impact of reflective coursework writing on teacher development courses: a ‘legacy effect’ of iterative writing tasks. Higher Education. pp. 1-14. ISSN 0018-1560

McMenamin, Iain (2018) For the first time in a century, there is no British party which is clearly pro-business. LSE Business Review (11 Aug 2018). Website.

McNeilly, Kathryn, Bloomer, Fiona and Pierson, Claire (2018) The Supreme Court's decision on Northern Ireland's abortion law - what now? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2018). Website.

McNeilly, Kathryn, Bloomer, Fiona and Pierson, Claire (2018) The Supreme Court’s decision on Northern Ireland’s abortion law – what now? Democratic Audit Blog (12 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

McSherry, Madeline (2018) Book review: War in 140 characters: how social media is reshaping conflict in the twenty-first century by David Patrikarakos. Democratic Audit Blog (26 May 2018). Blog Entry.

McSherry, Madeline (2018) Book review: war in 140 characters: how social media is reshaping conflict in the twenty-first century by David Patrikarakos. LSE Review of Books (23 May 2018). Website.

Mcdonnell, Anthony (2018) Superbugs: are we returning to an era where bacteria are a major killer without a cure? British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 May 2018). Website.

Mcgaughey, Ewan (2018) There’s no ‘Left Brexit’ – the EU enhances our sovereignty in building a just society. LSE Brexit (27 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mcgaughey, Ewan (2018) The extent of Russian-backed fraud means the referendum is invalid. LSE Brexit (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mckenzie, Lisa (2018) Book review: Know your place: essays on the working class, by the working class. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Mears, Daniel P. (2018) How Big Data can save America's out of control criminal justice policies. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Medeiros, Mike, Bol, Damien and Nadeau, Richard (2018) The UK and Canada: democratic legitimacy could matter more than geographic representation in the upper chamber. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Meeks, Geoff and Meeks, J. Gay (2018) Who is helped by Help to Buy? British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2018). Website.

Meeks, Geoff and Velu, Chander (2018) Ten years from the crash: time to row back on financial regulation and compliance? LSE Business Review (03 Sep 2018). Website.

Meibauer, Gustav, Phull, Kiran and Ciflikli, Gökhan (2018) Male authors outnumber their female counterparts on international relations course reading lists by more than five to one. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Meier, Lars (2018) Neighbourhoods and immigrants: from fears of transformation to welcoming diversity. LSE Brexit (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mejia, Jorge and Parker, Chris (2018) The persistence of driver bias on ride-sharing platforms. LSE Business Review (31 Jul 2018). Website.

Mejias, Sam and Banaji, Shakuntala (2018) Using it, losing it: what has EU citizenship meant to young people in Britain? LSE Brexit (29 May 2018). Website.

Melin, Hanne (2018) Online commerce allows regional economies to depend less on capital cities. LSE Business Review (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Melkevik, Åsbjørn (2018) The fallacy of basic economic rights. LSE Business Review (11 Jun 2018). Website.

Melo Araujo, Billy and Lupo Pasini, Federico (2018) Irish border backstop: many unanswered questions and considerable economic challenges. LSE Brexit (05 Jun 2018). Website.

Menon, Anand, Portes, Jonathan, Levell, Peter and Sampson, Thomas (2018) What are the economic consequences of May’s deal – and of no deal? LSE Brexit (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mercer, Adrian (2018) Donald Trump's presidency has a disturbing parallel in the political career of Huey Long. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Apr 2018). Website.

Merga, Margaret K., Mason, Shannon and Morris, Julia E. (2018) Tips for negotiating the peer-reviewed journal publication process as an early-career researcher. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Merlen, Camille-Renaud (2018) Book review: Russia and the European Court of Human Rights: the Strasbourg effect edited by Lauri Mälksoo and Wolfgang Benedek. LSE Review of Books (28 Aug 2018). Website.

Mertens, Daniel and Thiemann, Matthias (2018) The European Investment Bank is becoming increasingly politicised. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (23 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Mertens, Daniel and Thiemann, Matthias (2018) The European Investment Bank is becoming increasingly politicised. LSE Business Review (27 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Mew, Heather (2018) Book review: Welfare, inequality and social citizenship: deprivation and affluence in austerity Britain by Daniel Edmiston. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Mew, Heather (2018) Book review: welfare, inequality and social citizenship by Daniel Edmiston. LSE Business Review (30 Sep 2018). Website.

Middlemiss, Aimee (2018) The Fetal Dopplers Bill is based on limited evidence about pregnant women's use of the device. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2018). Website.

Mihirete, Behailu Shiferaw (2018) Why the Pankhurst name is synonymous with Ethiopia as well as the suffragette movement. Africa at LSE (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mijs, Jonathan (2018) Guarding the ruins of Detroit. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Milas, Costas (2018) Don't dismiss the possibility of a cut in the Bank of England's policy rate. LSE Business Review (04 Aug 2018). Website.

Milas, Costas and Ellington, Michael (2018) Are we witnessing a ‘deal dividend’ effect on the economy? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Milatovic, Maja (2018) Book review: growing up Aboriginal in Australia edited by Anita Heiss. LSE Review of Books (20 Jul 2018). Website.

Mildenberger, Matto, Howells, Peter, Marlon, Jennifer and Leiserowitz, Anthony A. (2018) What do Republicans and Democrats think about climate change? It depends on where they live. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 May 2018). Website.

Milstein, Brian (2018) The Brexit vote and Trump’s election were decided democratically. So why don’t they feel that way? LSE Brexit (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Milstein, Brian (2018) The Brexit vote and Trump’s election were decided democratically. So why don’t they feel that way? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Milstein, Brian (2018) The Brexit vote and Trump’s election were decided democratically. So why don’t they feel that way? USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Milstein, Brian (2018) The Brexit vote and Trump’s election were decided democratically. So why don’t they feel that way? Democratic Audit Blog (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Minde, Nicodemus (2018) Book review: Thabo Mbeki by Adekeye Adebajo. Africa at LSE (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Minde, Nicodemus (2018) Recalibration or power consolidation of African ruling parties? Africa at LSE (07 Mar 2018). Website.

Minenna, Marcello (2018) The trouble in judging a country’s financial health by the size of its debt. LSE Business Review (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Minkoff, Scott and Lyons, Jeffrey (2018) Where you live and who your neighbors are influences whether or not you think closing the income gap is important. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Mitchell, James (2018) How the SNP’s post-referendum membership has changed the party – and what has stayed the same. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Mitropolitski, Simeon (2018) Book review: policy experiments, failures and innovations: beyond accession in Central and Eastern Europe edited by Agnes Batory, Andrew Cartwright and Diane Stone. LSE Review of Books (05 Jun 2018). Website.

Mohan, Deepanshu (2018) Decoding India's Budget 2018: hope and promise sans reality? South Asia @ LSE (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Mohan, Deepanshu (2018) India's tryst with long-term economic growth: a policy case for (restrained) economic populism? South Asia @ LSE (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Mohan, Deepanshu (2018) The limitations of metric-fixation in healthcare assessment standards. South Asia @ LSE (03 Apr 2018). Website.

Moiseienko, Anton (2018) Book review: militarised responses to transnational organised crime: the war on crime edited by Tuesday Reitano, Lucia Bird Ruiz-Benitez de Lugo and Sasha Jesperson. LSE Review of Books (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Molina-Domene, Maria (2018) Does social media foster polarisation? A close look at the handle @realdonaldtrump. LSE Business Review (16 Feb 2018). Website.

Molina-Domene, Maria (2018) What Twitter reveals about a company's reputation and productivity. LSE Business Review (21 Jun 2018). Website.

Molina-Domene, Maria (2018) Why do large companies pay higher salaries? LSE Business Review (16 Jul 2018). Website.

Moller, Kai (2018) Let's talk about circumcision. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Molthof, Luuk (2018) What the 2015 Greek debt negotiations tell us about Germany's negotiating stance on Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Moncrieff, Richard (2018) Book review: the African Union: autocracy, diplomacy and peace-building in Africa by Tony Karbo and Tim Murithi. Africa at LSE (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Moncrieff, Richard (2018) Book review: women and the war on Boko Haram: wives, weapons, witnesses by Hilary Matfess. Africa at LSE (15 Jun 2018). Website.

Montagu, Ian (2018) What do Scots think about Brexit and the EU? LSE Brexit (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Montague, Penny (2018) Book review: deconstructing Dirty Dancing by Stephen Lee Naish. LSE Review of Books (12 Jan 2018). Website.

Montgomery, Lucy and Neylon, Cameron (2018) In a globalised and networked world, what is the unique value a university can bring? Introducing open knowledge institutions. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Sep 2018). Website.

Montgomery, Lucy, Neylon, Cameron, Ozaygen, Alkim and Leaver, Tama (2018) How small open access monograph presses can make the most of an increasingly rich data landscape. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 Jul 2018). Website.

Morricone, Corrado (2018) Was Boris Johnson justified in using John Stuart Mill to make the case for Brexit? LSE Brexit (05 Mar 2018). Website.

Morris, Katy, Lee, Neil ORCID: 0000-0002-4138-7163 and Kemeny, Thomas (2018) Immobility and support for Leave: Brexit was partly a reaction to change from the locally rooted. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Morris, Katy, Lee, Neil ORCID: 0000-0002-4138-7163 and Kemeny, Thomas (2018) Immobility and support for Leave: Brexit was partly a reaction to change from the locally rooted. LSE Brexit (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Morris, Marley (2018) Public attitudes to Brexit: the referendum was more a vote for re-regulation than for de-regulation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Morrow, Duncan (2018) The Brexit impasse has already done real damage to what keeps Northern Ireland afloat. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Morrow, Duncan (2018) One country? No: Northern Ireland has always been treated differently. LSE Brexit (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Morrow, Duncan (2018) Walking away from the Good Friday Agreement may look easy. Picking up the pieces will take decades. LSE Brexit (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Morán de Romaña, Alonso (2018) Productivity provides the key to Peru's bid for OECD membership. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Mostmans, Lien (2018) Managing Belgian children’s media use in new family formations. Parenting for a Digital Future (17 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Mottram, Richard (2018) Just how special are Special Advisers within the UK Civil Service? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Mottram, Sir Richard (2018) Just how special are special advisers within the UK civil service? Democratic Audit Blog (23 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Moussa, Dina (2018) Egyptian Copts religious freedom violations under the rhetoric of “national unity”. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Moya Ocampos, Diego (2018) Venezuela elections 2018: military and institutional backing could keep Maduro in power despite sanctions. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (16 May 2018). Website.

Mueller-Langer, Frank, Fecher, Benedikt, Harhoff, Dietmar and Wagner, Gert G. (2018) The overall incidence of published replication studies in economics is minuscule – greater incentives are required. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mugani, Iacopo (2018) The stakes are high for the Italian election, but Italy is not about to leave the euro. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Mugnai, Iacopo (2018) What Italy's election result means for Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Muhindo Balume, Samuel Keith, Muzuri Batumike, Papy and Stys, Pat (2018) Notes from the field: dealing with obstacles during workshop preparation. Africa at LSE (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mukherjee, Utsa (2018) Book review: India moving: a history of migration by Chinmay Tumbe. South Asia @ LSE (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Mukherjee, Utsa (2018) Book review: children and media in India: narratives of class, agency and social change by Shakuntala Banaji. LSE Review of Books (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Mullen, Antony (2018) Book review: the Tories and television, 1951-1964: broadcasting an elite. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jun 2018). Website.

Mulrenan, Patrick (2018) The experience of homeless university students in London and how institutions can help. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2018). Website.

Mulvey, Antonia (2018) By balancing Sharia law and the new Sexual Offences Bill, Somalia is legislating for the 21st century. Women, Peace and Security (14 Jun 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Murji, Karim (2018) Book review: the end of policing by Alex S. Vitale. LSE Review of Books (30 Jul 2018). Website.

Murphy, Mahon (2018) Book review: barbed-wire imperialism: Britain's empire of camps, 1876-1903 by Aidan Forth. LSE Review of Books (01 May 2018). Website.

Murphy, Mary C. (2018) The backstop is dividing Northern Ireland. we urgently need new talks. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Murray, Andrew (2018) When machines become sentient, we will have to consider them an intelligent life form. LSE Business Review (10 Aug 2018). Website.

Murtagh, Brendan (2018) Regeneration and segregation in Belfast: rethinking the economics of peacebuilding. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2018). Website.

Myers, Adam S. (2018) Why the 2018 elections may bring a surge in state legislative competition. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Méndez, Álvaro ORCID: 0000-0002-0919-5081 (2018) The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank comes knocking on Latin America's door: is anyone home? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Méndez, Álvaro (2018) The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank comes knocking on Latin America’s door: is anyone home? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Müller, Henrik, Porcaro, Giuseppe and von Nordheim, Gerret (2018) Don't put the blame on me: how different countries blamed different actors for the Eurozone crisis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Müller, Stefan and Louwerse, Tom (2018) Government parties no longer bounce back from midterm losses. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Nadel, Melissa, Pesta, George, Blomberg, Thomas G, Bales, William and Greenwald, Mark (2018) In Florida, introducing civil citations for young offenders has met with mixed success. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (22 May 2018). Website.

Nadibaidze, Anna (2018) Book review: Brexit and beyond: rethinking the futures of Europe edited by Benjamin Martill and Uta Staiger. LSE Review of Books (29 May 2018). Website.

Nadibaidze, Anna (2018) Book review: Brexit and beyond: rethinking the futures of Europe edited by Benjamin Martill and Uta Staiger. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Nadibaidze, Anna (2018) Book review: European security in integration theory: contested boundaries by Kamil Zwolski. LSE Review of Books (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Nadibaidze, Anna (2018) Book review: Youth movements and elections in eastern Europe by Olena Nikolayenko. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Nadibaidze, Anna (2018) Book review: youth movements and elections in Eastern Europe by Olena Nikolayenko. LSE Review of Books (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Nadibaidze, Anna (2018) Learning from Salisbury: UK sanctions policy after Brexit. LSE Brexit (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Nagle, John (2018) Why the Good Friday Agreement is on life support - and why hope still remains. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2018). Website.

Naik, Gayathri D. (2018) After the floods: rebuilding Kerala. South Asia @ LSE (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Nair, Lakshmi Balachandran (2018) “Interdisciplinary, like everyone else.” But are you being interdisciplinary for the wrong reasons? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Najeeb, Zainab (2018) Long read: Hazarajat lost: when a city refused to bury their dead. South Asia @ LSE (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Najib, Moska and Afroz, Nazes (2018) “When you enter the Kabuliwalas’ homes in Kolkata you feel like you’re back in Afghanistan” – Moska Najib. South Asia @ LSE (23 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Nandagiri, Rishita ORCID: 0000-0003-4424-769X (2018) Resolve, tenacity, and relief: abortion narratives from a rural primary health centre in India. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Nandagiri, Rishita ORCID: 0000-0003-4424-769X (2018) “They know everything”: the role of community health workers in abortion access. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Nasir, Muhammad Ali (2018) Why the Bank of England should stand its ground. LSE Business Review (31 May 2018). Website.

Natarajan, Kalathmika (2018) Caste, class and the history of the Indian passport. South Asia @ LSE (28 Mar 2018). Website.

Naudet, Florian, Ioannidis, John P. A., Miedema, Frank, Cristea, Ioana A., Goodman, Steven N. and Moher, David (2018) Six principles for assessing scientists for hiring, promotion, and tenure. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Jun 2018). Website.

Ndwalaza, Nomonde (2018) #PfalReflections: watch out world, we are coming for everything! Africa at LSE (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Nehushtan, Yossi (2018) Why there should not be another snap general (Brexit) election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Nehushtan, Yossi (2018) Why there should not be another snap general (Brexit) election. LSE Brexit (01 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Newell, James (2018) Understanding the role of immigration in the Italian election result. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Mar 2018). Website.

Newell, James (2018) What happened in Italy on Sunday and what will happen now? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Newman, Ben, Shah, Sono and Collingwood, Loren (2018) During the election, Donald Trump's racist rhetoric activated the fears of people in areas with growing Latino populations. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Newman, Rhea (2018) Response: overcoming the barriers to longer tenancies in the private rented sector. . Shelter, London, UK.

Newsome, Alejandro (2018) Shame. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Nguyen, Anna (2018) Book review- economic science fictions ed. by William Davies. LSE Business Review (29 Jul 2018). Website.

Nguyen, Anna (2018) Book review: the book by Amaranth Borsuk. LSE Review of Books (05 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Nguyen, Anna (2018) Book review: the book by Amaranth Borsuk. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Nicita, Alessandro, Olarreaga, Marcelo and Silva, Peri (2018) The WTO's unfinished business. LSE Business Review (10 Sep 2018). Website.

Nicolson, Donald (2018) For some, borders are now an insurmountable barrier to attending international academic conferences. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Aug 2018). Website.

Niklas, Jędrzej and Peña Gangadharan, Seeta (2018) Data-driven discrimination: a new challenge for civil society. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Jul 2018). Website.

Nindorera, Louis-Marie (2018) Burundi under Malthus' scrutiny. Africa at LSE (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Nitoiu, Cristian (2018) No easy options: how the UK could put pressure on Russia over the Skripal attack. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Mar 2018). Website.

Nociar, Tomas and Thomeczek, Jan Philipp (2018) Far right politics in Germany: from fascism to populism? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (24 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Nociar, Tomas and Thomeczek, Jan Philipp (2018) Far right politics in Germany: from fascism to populism? Democratic Audit Blog (05 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Norrander, Barbara and Sanchez, Lisa (2018) In Arizona’s nasty, hard-fought 2018 Senate race, it’s all going to come down to turnout. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Norris, Pippa (2018) Generation wars over Brexit - and beyond: how young and old are divided over social values. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Aug 2018). Website.

Norrlof, Carla (2018) Donald Trump wants to rewrite the liberal playbook that has kept America on top for decades. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Feb 2018). Website.

Noton, Carlos and Elberg, Andrés (2018) Big box retailers aren't always able to squeeze small suppliers. LSE Business Review (24 May 2018). Website.

Noy, Itay (2018) Precarious livelihoods in Eastern India's coal tracts. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Nuijten, Michèle B. (2018) statcheck - a spellchecker for statistics. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Feb 2018). Website.

Nyberg, Daniel and Wright, Christopher (2018) Fracking in the UK: how could a technologically advanced society choose to destroy itself? LSE Business Review (16 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Nyberg, Daniel and Wright, Christopher (2018) Fracking in the UK: how could a technologically advanced society choose to destroy itself? British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Nyugen, Anna (2018) Book review: economic science fictions edited by William Davies. LSE Review of Books (27 Jul 2018). Website.

O'Connor, Courteney J. (2018) Book review: the FBI in Latin America: the Ecuador files by Marc Becker. LSE Review of Books (19 Jul 2018). Website.

O'Connor, Courteney J. (2018) Book review: windows into the soul: surveillance and society in an age of high technology by Gary T. Marx. LSE Review of Books (04 Sep 2018). Website.

O'Connor, Pat (2018) Creating a typology for the types of femininity in STEM. LSE Business Review (04 Jun 2018). Website.

O'Hara, Glen (2018) How did New Labour become ‘neoliberal’? Ed Miliband’s efforts to break with the party’s past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

O'Rourke, Catherine (2018) UK in ‘grave and systematic’ violation of rights due to restrictive abortion laws in Northern Ireland. Women, Peace and Security (19 Apr 2018), 1 - 6. Blog Entry.

Obadare, Ebenezer (2018) On democratic despond. Africa at LSE (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Obinger, Herbert and Schmitt, Carina (2018) The legacy of World War II on social spending in the western world. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 May 2018). Website.

Ocampo, Angela X. (2018) In Congressional races, political networks play an important role in ensuring minority representation. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Mar 2018). Website.

Oehmen, Josef (2018) The four types of strategy work you need for the digital revolution. LSE Business Review (28 Sep 2018). Website.

Oehmen, Josef, Geraldi, Joana and Stjerne, Iben (2018) On timing and rhythm for strategy implementation. LSE Business Review (26 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Oehmen, Josef, Willumsen, Pelle, Kadir, Bzhwen and Andersen, Torben (2018) Uncertainties and risks of strategy implementation. LSE Business Review (11 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ogeno, Charles and O'Byrne, Ryan Joseph (2018) The illegal economy of refugee registration: insights into the Ugandan refugee scandal #PublicAuthority. Africa at LSE (08 Mar 2018). Website.

Ojok, Donnas (2018) The legacy of LRA conflict continues to disempower women in rural Northern Uganda. Africa at LSE (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Oklobdzija, Stan (2018) Why do lawmakers shutdown the government? Evidence from California shows we should 'follow the money'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Okorie, Okechukwu (2018) 'Smart' connected Africa leverages technology to promote growth but will ICT be Africa's saving grace in development? Africa at LSE (27 Mar 2018). Website.

Olijhoek, Tom and Tennant, Jon (2018) The "problem" of predatory publishing remains a relatively small one and should not be allowed to defame open access. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Sep 2018). Website.

Olivetti, Claudia and Petrongolo, Barbara (2018) The economic consequences of family-oriented policies. LSE Business Review (20 Aug 2018). Website.

Onaciu, Vlad (2018) Book review: my life as a spy: investigations in a secret police file by Katherine Verdery. LSE Review of Books (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Onaciu, Vlad (2018) Book review: red famine: Stalin's war on Ukraine by Anne Applebaum. LSE Review of Books (09 May 2018). Website.

Onaciu, Vlad (2018) Book review: the square and the tower: networks, hierarchies and the struggle for global power by Niall Ferguson. LSE Review of Books (03 Jul 2018). Website.

Onslow, Sue (2018) Why rejoining the Commonwealth is such an enticing prospect for Zimbabwe's new regime. Africa at LSE (02 May 2018). Website.

Oosterlinck, Kim (2018) The French art market under the Nazi boot: looking for discreet assets. LSE Business Review (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Oprunenco, Alexandru and Akmeemana, Chami (2018) Using blockchain to make land registry more reliable in India. LSE Business Review (13 Apr 2018). Website.

Orsi, Roberto (2018) Italy's election: the path to political radicalisation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Oser, Jennifer (2018) You can "boo" AND vote: a new approach for studying how people combine political activities. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Jan 2018). Website.

Overman, Henry G. ORCID: 0000-0002-3525-7629 (2018) How to attract foreign direct investment and promote exports. LSE Business Review (10 Mar 2018). Website.

Overman, Henry G. ORCID: 0000-0002-3525-7629 and Clayton, Naomi (2018) Developing an effective local industrial strategy for the UK. LSE Business Review (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Ovseiko, Pavel, Adam, Paula, Graham, Kathryn and Grant, Jonathan (2018) Developing international guidelines for an effective process of research impact assessment. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 May 2018). Website.

Owor, Arthur and Dieterle, Carolin (2018) What crop theft in northern Uganda tells us about relations between investors and communities. Africa at LSE (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Ozyurek, Esra (2018) Socially situated empathy: muslim minority emotions for the Holocaust in Germany. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

O’Cinneide, Colm (2018) How well does the UK’s democracy protect human rights and civil liberties? Democratic Audit Blog (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

O’Donnell, Jonathan (2018) How to save space and stick to the limit when writing research funding applications. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

O’Mahony, Mary, Vecchi, Michela and Venturini, Francesco (2018) The labour share of the national income: the role of capital in its many forms. LSE Business Review (18 Apr 2018). Website.

O’Neill, Matthew G. (2018) Book review: Europe and Northern Ireland’s future: negotiating Brexit’s unique case. LSE Business Review (25 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

O’Neill, Matthew G. (2018) Book review: Europe and Northern Ireland’s future: negotiating Brexit’s unique case by Mary C. Murphy. LSE Review of Books (19 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

O’Neill, Matthew G. (2018) Book review: Europe and Northern Ireland’s future: negotiating Brexit’s unique case by Mary C. Murphy. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Pacher, Andreas (2018) Addressing the unharmonised metadata of RSS feeds would support research discovery and speed up science. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Padilla-Pérez, Ramon (2018) Strengthening rural value chains in Latin America. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Padula, Danielle, Somerville, Theresa and Mudrak, Ben (2018) All journals should have a policy defining authorship - here's what to include. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Pailey, Robtel Neajai ORCID: 0000-0001-9584-6524 and Kpanan’Ayoung Siakor, Silas (2018) What Liberian president George Weah must do. Africa at LSE (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Pal, Sumedha (2018) Blame and shame: examining the media coverage of a Dalit rape victim in India. South Asia @ LSE (13 Apr 2018). Website.

Palacios-Huerta, Ignacio (2018) How psychological effects impact cognitive performance in competitive environments. LSE Business Review (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Palermo, Tommaso (2018) The dynamics of (dis)integration in enterprise risk management. LSE Business Review (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Pandya, Param (2018) Public Sector Banks in India: revisiting regulatory and corporate governance in the light of the PNB scam. South Asia @ LSE (30 May 2018). Website.

Pankhurst, Helen (2018) Helen Pankhurst on how far women's rights have come since the suffragettes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2018). Website.

Pant, Bhaskar (2018) Modi’s demonetisation two years on: economic necessity or political ploy? South Asia @ LSE (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Papadia, Francesco (2018) Are high inflation and low growth the effects of Brexit or just a coincidence? LSE Business Review (02 Jun 2018). Website.

Papanicolas, Irene ORCID: 0000-0002-8000-3185 (2018) High prices, not waste or over-use, drive high health care costs in the US. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Apr 2018). Website.

Pappas, Takis S. (2018) How liberal democracy can be saved. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Pappas, Takis S. (2018) What makes nativists and populists distinct? Democratic Audit Blog (28 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Parent, Nicolas (2018) Book review: digitalization, immigration and the welfare state by Mårten Blix. LSE Review of Books (18 Jul 2018). Website.

Parey, Matthias, Ruhose, Jens, Waldinger, Fabian and Netz, Nicolai (2018) Skilled migrants have higher earning potential in countries with more inequality. LSE Business Review (04 May 2018). Website.

Parker, David and Richter, Caitlyn M. (2018) On the ballot: how electoral procedures shape the work of Members of the Scottish Parliament. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Parker, Melissa and Allen, Tim (2018) #PublicAuthority: what will happen when there is another epidemic? Ebola in Mathiane, Sierra Leone. Africa at LSE (15 Feb 2018). Website.

Parmiggiani, Elena (2018) Synthetic knowledge and the internet of things. LSE Business Review (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Parry, Richard (2018) Scotland and Wales wait for the Supreme Court referee on Brexit. LSE Brexit (23 Apr 2018). Website.

Parsons, Alex and Rumbul, Rebecca (2018) Evidence from Scotland and Wales: representatives elected via party lists are less likely to reply to constituents – but we should be careful about the conclusions we draw. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Parsons, Alex and Rumbul, Rebecca (2018) When people decide whether to write to their MP, does the MP’s gender matter? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Parvin, Phil (2018) Citizen-centred democratic theory is dead. Long live citizen-centred theory! It’s time we designed a politics for citizens as they really are, not how we’d like them to be. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Pastorella, Guilia (2018) When Europe is fashionable: the strange paradox of the Italian elections. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Feb 2018). Website.

Patberg, Markus (2018) Brexit, as a democratic exercise, prompts the need for a normative theory of political disintegration. LSE Brexit (28 Mar 2018). Website.

Patel, Oliver (2018) The EU’s negotiating strategy has worked so far, but it’s playing a risky game. LSE Brexit (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Paterson, Lindsay (2018) Scotland's Curriculum for Excellence: the betrayal of a whole generation? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jan 2018). Website.

Patil, Reshma (2018) On India's prime time TV debates, women are mostly invisible. South Asia @ LSE (05 Mar 2018). Website.

Patkauskas, Justas (2018) Book review: the neopopular bubble: speculating on 'the people' in late modern democracy by Péter Csigó. LSE Review of Books (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Patterson, Tiffany, Perkins, Alexander, Perkins, Gavin D., Clayton, Tim, Evans, Richard, Nguyen, Hanna, Wilson, Karen, Whitbread, Mark, Hughes, Johanna, Fothergill, Rachael T., Nevett, Joanne, Mosweu, Iris, McCrone, Paul, Dalby, Miles, Rakhit, Roby, MacCarthy, Philip, Perera, Divaka, Nolan, Jerry P. and Redwood, Simon R. (2018) Rationale and design of: a Randomized tRial of Expedited transfer to a cardiac arrest center for non-ST elevation out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: the ARREST randomized controlled trial. American Heart Journal, 204. 92 - 101. ISSN 0002-8703

Paugam, Guillaume (2018) From Waterloo to Wembley: A Comparison of International Football and International Warfare in Building Nationalism. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 1. pp. 96-127.

Paun, Akash (2018) The Scottish Parliament has rejected the Brexit Bill – are we heading for a second independence referendum? Democratic Audit Blog (24 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Payne, Daniel (2018) LSE RB feature: ‘What does Brexit mean to you?’: introducing 5 key items from LSE Library’s current exhibition (open 17 September – 14 December 2018). LSE Review of Books (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Payne, Daniel (2018) ‘What does Brexit mean to you?’ Introducing 5 key items from LSE Library’s current exhibition (until 14 December 2018). LSE Brexit (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Payne, Tony (2018) The G20 in Argentina needs to address its own failings as well as the many problems facing the global economy. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Pearce, Jenny (2018) Elites, violence, and the crisis of governance in Latin America. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Pearce, Joel (2018) A Politics of the People: Comparing the Use of Populist Discourse in the 2016 US Presidential Election. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 1. pp. 22-57.

Pearl, Jason (2018) Book review: balloon madness: flights of imagination in Britain, 1783-1786 by Clare Brant. LSE Review of Books (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Pedaliu, Effie G. H. (2018) The 18 April 1948 Italian election: seventy years on. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Peels, Rik and Bouter, Lex M. (2018) Replication is both possible and desirable in the humanities, just as it is in the sciences. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Pekkala Kerr, Sari and Kerr, William (2018) Global talent fosters innovation and collaborative patents. LSE Business Review (29 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Pendle, Naomi (2018) Making family: the journey into exile of a South Sudan refugee - part 2 #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Pendle, Naomi (2018) Making family: the journey into exile of a South Sudan refugee part 1 #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Pepper, Alexander ORCID: 0000-0003-4927-809X (2018) What do business executives think about distributive justice? LSE Business Review (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Perlin, Marcelo S., Imasato, Takeyoshi and Borenstein, Denis (2018) Predatory publishers threaten to consume public research funds and undermine national academic systems - the case of Brazil. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Sep 2018). Website.

Perwez, Arshad (2018) How farmers in an Indian village used broadband to save onions, and their livelihood. South Asia @ LSE (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Pesta, Rachael (2018) How school discipline primes the school to prison pipeline for young blacks. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 May 2018). Website.

Pesu, Matti (2018) What Sauli Niinistö's re-election means for Finnish foreign policy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Feb 2018). Website.

Peterman, Karen, Kimbrell, Elana, Cloyd, Emily, Robertson Evia, Jane and Besley, John (2018) New scales can be used to measure the short-term impact of public engagement on scientists. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Mar 2018). Website.

Petit, Nicholas (2018) The Airbus case sits at the heart of the Brexit industrial equation. LSE Business Review (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Petter, James (2018) Data in the age of increasing nationalism and trade disruption. LSE Business Review (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Pettey, Samantha (2018) Why we should expect gains for Democratic women in the House on November 6th. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Pettitt, Robin (2018) Labour's manifesto-making process and why it is a source of organisational grief for the party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2018). Website.

Pfannebecker, Mareile (2018) Long read review: 'repurpose your desire: xenofeminism and millennial politics' by Helen Hester. LSE Review of Books (17 Aug 2018). Website.

Pfeffer, Rebecca (2018) Women and men receive different punishments for their involvement in the same crime: prostitution. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Mar 2018). Website.

Phelps, Richard P. (2018) To save the research literature, get rid of the literature review. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Jun 2018). Website.

Photiadou, Artemis (2018) Lady Hale: simply hoping that the women will 'trickle up' has not been good enough. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Photiadou, Artemis (2018) Linda Yueh: history's 'greatest economists' and how their ideas can help us today. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Apr 2018). Website.

Photiadou, Artemis (2018) Peter Tatchell: the diversity of modern relationships requires an alternative to marriage. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Phull, Kiran, Ciflikli, Gokhan and Meibauer, Gustav (2018) Insights from syllabi: LSE International Relations Gender Project. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Pia, Andrea E. ORCID: 0000-0002-4061-7369 (2018) As ‘techno-politics’ holds sway, is a water commons possible in China? LSE Business Review (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Picco, Enrica (2018) #LSEReturn: trapped in enclaves: how politics of inclusion could help Central African Muslim refugees return home. Africa at LSE (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Picton, John (2018) Book review: kids - child protection in Britain: the truth by Camila Batmanghelidjh with Tim Rayment. LSE Review of Books (23 Jan 2018). Website.

Pieper, Dirk (2018) OpenAPC: transparent reporting on article processing charges reveals the relative costs of open access publishing. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Pierson, Claire (2018) The marginalisation of women's rights in Northern Ireland, 20 years after the Good Friday Agreement. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Feb 2018). Website.

Pierson, Claire and Thomson, Jennifer (2018) Abortion and reproductive rights in the Women, Peace and Security agenda. Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (14/2018). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Pierson, Claire and Thomson, Jennifer (2018) Where are reproductive rights in the WPS Agenda? Women, Peace and Security (21 Mar 2018), 1 - 4. Blog Entry.

Pike, Andy (2018) The limits of city centrism? We need to rethink how we approach urban and regional development. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Pike, Andy (2018) The origins of city centrism: 'the potential of Glasgow city centre'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Pinfield, Stephen and Johnson, Rob (2018) Adoption of open access is rising - but so too are its costs. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Pirro, Andrea L.P. (2018) Understanding populism: what role do crises play in the growth of Euroscepticism? Democratic Audit Blog (08 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Pirson, Michael (2018) Mindfulness and the art of managing people as people, not 'resources'. LSE Business Review (04 Jan 2018). Website.

Pisani, Niccolò and Riva, Emilio (2018) Will it pay to be large in the EU steel industry? The answer may not be straightforward. LSE Business Review (31 May 2018). Website.

Piwowar, Heather and Priem, Jason (2018) Unpaywall: a beautiful way to help everyone Get The Research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Plante, Michael, Richter, Alexander and Throckmorton, Nathaniel (2018) When interest rates hit the zero lower bound: a discussion on uncertainty. LSE Business Review (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Poletti, Monica, Bale, Tim and Webb, Paul (2018) Same difference? Female (and male) members of Britain’s political parties. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Poli, Eleonora (2018) Italy's election: assessing where the parties stand on the key issues. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Mar 2018). Website.

Polomarkakis, Konstantinos Alexandris (2018) Brexit is a wake-up call for a rapprochement with the peoples of Europe. LSE Brexit (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Poonam, Snigdha and Banerjee, Anirbaan (2018) "There are millions of young Indians who feel frustrated with their lives.... I really want the Indian government to take these frustrations seriously." - Snigdha Poonam. South Asia @ LSE (11 May 2018). Website.

Porat, Iddo (2018) The problem with Iceland's proposed ban on circumcision. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Apr 2018). Website.

Poussot, Jaquelyn (2018) Indian labourers, the invisible class of Bhutan. South Asia @ LSE (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Power, Anne (2018) How a tragedy changed the way we think about housing: ten lessons from Grenfell. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 May 2018). Website.

Power, Sam (2018) The financial health of British political parties: what the latest data tells us. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Sep 2018). Website.

Powis, Dick (2018) Book review: think like an anthropologist by Matthew Engelke. LSE Review of Books (16 Aug 2018). Website.

Pozzi Rocco, Alessandra (2018) What Germany's grand coalition means for European defence and security. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Apr 2018). Website.

Prat, Andrea and Kennedy, Patrick (2018) Information inequality makes voters vulnerable to manipulation. LSE Business Review (02 May 2018). Website.

Prathamesh, V. H. (2018) Painting the town 'pink': gender disparity in India's science economy. South Asia @ LSE (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Price, Richard (2018) 'Development' versus human rights: the Saamaka Maroons' fight for the rainforests of Suriname. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (31 May 2018). Website.

Prosser, Chris, Fieldhouse, Ed, Green, Jane, Mellon, Jonathan and Evans, Geoff (2018) Did young voters turn out in droves for Corbyn? The myth of the 2017 youthquake election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Pruessen, Ron (2018) America's history has many shameful and frightening moments. The strong reactions they spurred offer a glimmer of hope for today. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Pruessen, Ron (2018) In allowing ourselves to focus on Trump's excesses, we ignore the long historic roots of America's problems. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Mar 2018). Website.

Pruessen, Ron (2018) Why talking about Red and Blue States doesn’t help our understanding of the 2018 midterms. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Pryce, Vicky (2018) What is at stake for the UK economy. LSE Business Review (13 Mar 2018). Website.

Purushothaman, Uma (2018) India-Russia relations are evolving and strengthening. South Asia @ LSE (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Pym, Mike (2018) Book review: the Nordic models in political science: challenged, but still viable? edited by Oddbjørn Knutsen. LSE Review of Books (17 Apr 2018). Website.

Qadeem, Mossarat (2018) Engendering extremism: women preventing and countering violent extremism in Pakistan. Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (16/2018). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Qazi, Rafae (2018) US Centre 2018 Student Essay competition winner: 'the existential crisis at the heart of white evangelicalism'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Quarmby, Sarah (2018) Evidence-informed policymaking: does knowledge brokering work? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2018). Website.

Quarmby, Sarah (2018) Evidence-informed policymaking: does knowledge brokering work? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Jul 2018). Website.

Quarmby, Sarah (2018) What are the implications of complex systems thinking for policy? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Sep 2018). Website.

Quarmby, Sarah (2018) What are the implications of complex systems thinking for policymaking? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Quiroga, Alejandro (2018) A new political bandwagon? The rise of Ciudadanos in Spain. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Apr 2018). Website.

Rabindrakumar, Sumi and Dewar, Laura (2018) How benefit sanctions push single parents further from work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Rackey, John (2018) Rand Paul's budget filibuster shows the decline of the US Senate as a deliberative body. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Feb 2018). Website.

Raco, Mike (2018) 'Divercities': place-focused public policy and its impact on perceptions of diversity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2018). Website.

Radcliffe, Laura and Spencer, Leighann (2018) Diary of an app! Will using mobile devices in qualitative research become the norm? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Jun 2018). Website.

Raghunath, Preeti (2018) Digital South Asia: a brief history of telecom policies in the region. South Asia @ LSE (20 Apr 2018). Website.

Rahman, Tasmiah (2018) Pushing gender equality: is it really working for women's empowerment in the skills sector? South Asia @ LSE (02 Apr 2018). Website.

Raineri, Luca (2018) Short-termist and self-defeating: assessing the EU's response to the crisis in Libya. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Mar 2018). Website.

Rainsford, Emily, Rawlings, LJ, Mistry, Lauren and Forrest, Eve (2018) What use is academia for small businesses and community interest companies? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 Aug 2018). Website.

Raitano, Michele and Vona, Francesco (2018) Following in the parents' footsteps: nepotism or transfer of skills? LSE Business Review (12 Jul 2018). Website.

Ramalho, Jordana (2018) A balancing act. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Ramani, V. (2018) Child malnutrition in India: using data more effectively. South Asia @ LSE (12 Jan 2018). Website.

Ramnath, Dhruv (2018) Why a relatively unknown guru movement is attracting Sri Lankan Tamils in Britain. South Asia @ LSE (24 Apr 2018). Website.

Rams, Dagna (2018) Book review: Zimbabwe's migrants and South Africa's border farms: the roots of impermanence by Maxim Bolt. Africa at LSE (08 Jun 2018). Website.

Rams, Dagna (2018) Book review: reclaiming the discarded: life and labor on Rio's garbage dump by Kathleen M. Millar. LSE Review of Books (02 Jul 2018). Website.

Rams, Dagna (2018) Book review: waste of a nation: garbage and growth in India by Assa Doron and Robin Jeffrey. LSE Review of Books (21 Jun 2018). Website.

Ramsay, Peter (2018) How EU membership undermines the left. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (20 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ramsay, Peter (2018) How EU membership undermines the left. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ranta, Ronald (2018) In the midterms, much of the Democrats’ Blue Wave hit a Republican Red Wall. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Ranta, Ronald (2018) Why it’s all to play for in the 2018 midterm elections. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Rao, Zahra (2018) Globalization: a meme travels around the world to be worn by an illiterate salesman at the Sunday bazaar in Lahore. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Rasmussen, Eric and Blum-Ross, Alicia (2018) The media maze: guiding and empowering children through media. Parenting for a Digital Future (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Rathbun, Brian (2018) Populism fed pro-Leave sentiment, but what kind of populism? LSE Brexit (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Ratzmann, Nora (2018) Caught between the national and the transnational: EU claimants at the frontline of welfare policy. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Rau, Henrike, Goggins, Gary and Fahy, Frances (2018) From invisibility to impact: radically different measures are needed to capture the true impact of research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Feb 2018). Website.

Raunio, Tapio (2018) Continuity in Finland as Sauli Niinistö is re-elected as President. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Rawnsley, Gary (2018) Understanding the UK's soft power: more than Shakespeare and the Royal Family. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Raymond, Christopher D. (2018) How the partisan context of parliamentary votes affects MP’s party loyalty on free votes. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Redert, Bas (2018) The usual underdogs of lobbying were the surprising winners of the Brexit vote debate. LSE Brexit (12 Jan 2018). Website.

Reese, Byron (2018) Friend or foe: five questions outlining the future of artificial intelligence. LSE Business Review (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Rehman, Abid (2018) If Imran Khan really wants to lower infant mortality in Pakistan, he should look to the Maldives and Sri Lanka for inspiration. South Asia @ LSE (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Reid, Richard (2018) The Lords are unlikely to derail or overly delay the passage of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill. LSE Brexit (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Reid, Richard (2018) The lords are unlikely to derail or overly delay the passage of the EU (withdrawal) bill. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Reid, Richard (2018) The powers of the Lords in Brexit are substantial but unlikely to be used to full effect. LSE Brexit (19 Apr 2018). Website.

Reilly, Paul (2018) Local journalists have key role to play in combating ‘fake news’ in Northern Ireland. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Reilly, Paul (2018) Sinn Féin MP’s resignation demonstrates the dangers of social media for politicians. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Reimer, Stephen (2018) “Something is rotten in the state of [power-sharing]”: why we celebrate the failures of peacebuilding in Burundi and South Sudan. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Renoir, Megan (2018) The privilege of not listening: how international support is undermining the sustainability of local civil society. Conflict Research Management (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Renwick, Alan (2018) The future of referendums: what role should they play and how should they be conducted? LSE Brexit (06 Apr 2018). Website.

Richardson, Jeremy (2018) The changing British policy style: from governance to government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Richardson, Jeremy (2018) A coercive policy-making state? How the EU is alienating its citizens. LSE Brexit (10 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Rideout, Vicky (2018) For better or worse: how does social media affect young adults’ well-being? Parenting for a Digital Future (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ridout, Travis, Franklin Fowler, Erika, Franz, Michael and Goldstein, Ken (2018) Political advertising is not polarizing the American public. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Ridsdale, Leone, McKinlay, Alison, Wojewodka, Gabriella, Robinson, Emily J., Mosweu, Iris, Feehan, Sarah J., Noble, Adam J., Morgan, Myfanwy, Taylor, Stephanie J.C., McCrone, Paul, Landau, Sabine, Richardson, Mark, Baker, Gus and Goldstein, Laura H. (2018) Self-management education for adults with poorly controlled epilEpsy [SMILE (UK)]: a randomised controlled trial. Health Technology Assessment, 22 (21). ISSN 1366-5278

Riera, Ariel (2018) Independence, gender equality, and citizen participation help Latin America's fact-checkers hold the powerful to account. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (28 Mar 2018). Website.

Rifaat Hussain, Hamzah (2018) A formidable alliance? The opposition's growing indictment of the Punjab government. South Asia @ LSE (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Rifaat Hussain, Hamzah (2018) A litmus test for Pakistan's democracy: looking ahead to 2018. South Asia @ LSE (03 Jan 2018). Website.

Rigby, John, Cox, Deborah and Julian, Keith (2018) The more revisions a paper undergoes, the greater its subsequent recognition in terms of citations. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Ring, Jennifer (2018) Democrat Jacky Rosen may have a good chance of flipping Nevada’s Senate seat from flip-flopping Republican Dean Heller. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ringe, Nils (2018) The UK may be leaving the EU, but Euro-English is here to stay. LSE Brexit (12 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Roberts, Carys (2018) Without the right policies, automation risks the transfer of income from labour to capital. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Roberts, Dame Jane (2018) The process of leaving political office in Britain and its implications for democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Sep 2018). Website.

Roberts, Sue (2018) If properly supported, local partnerships could help tackle radicalisation in UK communities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Robertson, Hamish (2018) An emerging iron cage? Understanding the risks of increased use of big data applications in social policy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Feb 2018). Website.

Roebuck, Sara (2018) The tomb in the sky. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Roelofs, Portia (2018) Book review: creed and grievance: Muslim-Christian relations and conflict resolution in Northern Nigeria. Africa at LSE (02 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Rolfe, Heather (2018) How EU migrants have propped up Britain’s social care. LSE Brexit (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Rolfe, Heather (2018) Restrictive immigration policies are in the pipeline – but the UK has already lost its charm. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Rolfe, Heather (2018) The power of negative thinking: why perceptions of immigration are resistant to facts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Rombach, Saskia (2018) How the Treasury Committee has developed since 1997. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Roquen, Jeff (2018) Book review: God save Texas: a long journey into the future of America by Lawrence Wright. LSE Review of Books (23 Aug 2018). Website.

Roquen, Jeff (2018) Book review: accounting for capitalism: the world the clerk made. LSE Business Review (11 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Roquen, Jeff (2018) Book review: accounting for capitalism: the world the clerk made by Michael Zakim. LSE Review of Books (17 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Roquen, Jeff (2018) Book review: accounting for capitalism: the world the clerk made by Michael Zakim. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Roquen, Jeff (2018) Book review: reframing 1968: American politics, protest and identity edited by Martin Halliwell and Nick Witham. LSE Review of Books (08 May 2018). Website.

Rose, David Christian (2018) More than optimism, institutional reform is needed to improve evidence use in policy and practice. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ross, Ryan (2018) Book review: enduring time by Lisa Baraitser. LSE Review of Books (31 May 2018). Website.

Ross-Hellauer, Tony, Schmidt, Birgit and Kramer, Bianca (2018) Funder open access platforms - a welcome innovation? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Jul 2018). Website.

Rothwell, Eliot (2018) Book review: the house of government: a saga of the Russian revolution by Yuri Slezkine. LSE Review of Books (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Roulet, Thomas (2018) EU citizens in Britain are already being stigmatised - and it's likely to get worse. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2018). Website.

Rousseau, Ronald (2018) Institutional versus commercial email addresses: which one to use in your publications? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Jun 2018). Website.

Roussias, Nasos and Ruiz-Rufino, Rubén (2018) Electoral observation missions promote competitive elections in autocracies. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Rovny, Jan (2018) Three lessons from the Czech presidential election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Jan 2018). Website.

Rovny, Jan (2018) What happened to Europe's left? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Feb 2018). Website.

Rowland, Deborah (2018) How to approach innovation. LSE Business Review (20 Apr 2018). Website.

Rowland, Deborah (2018) Leadership development today requires that faculty act less as experts, more as Sherpas. LSE Business Review (26 Jan 2018). Website.

Roy, Sajal (2018) Book review: gendered lives, livelihood and transformation: the Bangladesh context edited by Meghna Guhathakurata and Ayesha Banu. LSE Review of Books (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Roychoudhury, Priyanka (2018) Let it out. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Rubins, Karen, Silva, Olmo, Gibbons, Stephen and Weinhardt, Felix (2018) Cartoon abstract: Neighbourhood turnover and teenage attainment. London School of Economics and Political Science.

Ruedin, Didier (2018) Why don’t immigrants vote more? Democratic Audit Blog (11 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Rui, Huaxia and Seidmann, Abraham (2018) Fast and fair: delivering customer service on social media. LSE Business Review (13 Mar 2018). Website.

Russell, Kelly L. (2018) By giving greater relief to the highest earners, the charitable deduction disadvantages charities which protect the most vulnerable. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 May 2018). Website.

Russell-Prywata, Louise (2018) Book review: automating inequality: how high-tech tools profile, police and punish the poor by Virginia Eubanks. LSE Review of Books (02 Jul 2018). Website.

Ruther, Matt (2018) How migrants help to slow neighborhood decline in US cities. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ryan, Ben (2018) Faith in a better migration policy: what we can learn from Christianity. LSE Brexit (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Ryan, John (2018) Merkeldämmerung: the end of the Merkel era? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (04 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ryan, John (2018) Merkel’s grand coalition partners suffer significant losses in the Bavarian election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (15 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ryan, John (2018) Passporting remains the best option for UK financial services industry post-Brexit - or New York may have the last laugh. LSE Brexit (09 Jan 2018). Website.

Ryan, John (2018) The SPD may deal the final blow to Angela Merkel’s chancellorship. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (30 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Ryan, John (2018) The fight for succession: the CDU leadership battle heats up. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (08 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Ryan, Josh (2018) The Democratic Party's presidential primary lasts too long-and that may hurt the eventual nominee. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Saba, Alexis (2018) Book review: forging the ideal educated girl: the production of desirable subjects in Muslim South Asia by Shenila Khoja-Moolji. LSE Review of Books (26 Jul 2018). Website.

Sachs, Jeffrey (2018) Governments play a key role in our happiness, but how do we get them to care? LSE Business Review (05 Mar 2018). Website.

Sage, Daniel (2018) We must challenge the centrality of paid work in our lives. LSE Business Review (21 Jul 2018). Website.

Sage, Daniel (2018) Work and social norms: why we need to challenge the centrality of employment in society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2018). Website.

Sager, Alex (2018) Book review: taking back philosophy: a multicultural manifesto by Bryan W. Van Norden. LSE Review of Books (01 Aug 2018). Website.

Sager, Alex (2018) Book review: when the state meets the street: public service and moral agency by Bernardo Zacka. LSE Review of Books (15 May 2018). Website.

Sajwani, Noreen (2018) Survival through an ‘age of conflict’: marking the trajectory of a Spanish, Ismaili family during and after La Guerra Civil Española. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Sakai, Rika (2018) Place image emergency care: the power of logical de-biasing and food culture commonalities to restore post-terror image of a place. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Samberg, Rachael G., Schneider, Richard A., Anderson, Ivy and MacKie-Mason, Jeff (2018) A variety of strategies and funding approaches are required to accelerate the transition to open access. But in all, authors are key. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Jul 2018). Website.

Sampson, Alice (2018) Haringey Thinking Space: progress report 2015 – 2017. . Mannheim Centre for the Study of Criminology and Criminal Justice, LSE, London, UK.

Sampson, Thomas (2018) Britain is already paying a price for voting to leave the EU. LSE Brexit (05 Apr 2018). Website.

Sampson, Thomas and Dhingra, Swati (2018) The economic consequences of the Brexit deal: the case of trade. LSE Business Review (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Sanath, G Sai (2018) Everyday life versus 'world-class' aspirations: the (re)imagined roads of Bangalore city. South Asia @ LSE (19 Jun 2018). Website.

Sances, Michael W. and Young You, Hye (2018) Cities with more African Americans rely more on fines for revenue. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 May 2018). Website.

Sanchez Salgado, Rosa (2018) How learning from cultural diversity could upgrade EU transnational projects. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Apr 2018). Website.

Sanders, James (2018) Understanding collective (in)action: Bringing Agency into the Study of Refugee Community Organisations: bringing agency into the study of refugee community organisations. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Sanders, James, Dann, Chris, Qazi, Rafae, Zhu, Jintao, Kyoung, Irene and Zhu, David (2018) Identifying the impact of collective action on US federal nuclear energy policy between 1975 and 1990. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Sanders, James E (2018) Similarities and Differences in the Argumentative Characteristics of the Official Brexit Campaigns. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 1. pp. 1-21.

Sandford, Mark and Gormley-Heenan, Cathy (2018) Schrodinger’s devolution and the potential for ongoing political instability after Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Sandford, Mark and Gormley-Heenan, Cathy (2018) Schrodinger’s devolution and the potential for ongoing political instability after Brexit. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Sandhu, Hana (2018) Book review: Burkina Faso: a history of power by Ernest Harsch. Africa at LSE (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Sandhu, Sukhbir (2018) Data analytics, inclusion, sustainability: new roles multiply in organisations. LSE Business Review (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Sandström, Ulf and van den Besselaar, Peter (2018) A vicious circle of gender bias has meant differences between men's and women's scholarly productivity have not changed since the 1960s. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Aug 2018). Website.

Santos, Eraldo S. (2018) Book review: the sit-ins: protest and legal change in the Civil Rights era by Christopher W. Schmidt. LSE Review of Books (03 Sep 2018). Website.

Santucci, Jack (2018) Maine’s election shows that ranked-choice voting is popular in the US right now. But we have been here before. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Santucci, Jack (2018) Why adopting proportional voting may bring back the big-tent political party. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Sariev, Eduard and Germano, Guido (2018) An innovative feature selection method for support vector machines and its test on the estimation of the credit risk of default. Annual Review of Financial Economics. ISSN 1941-1367

Sarker, Saonee, Ahuja, Manju and Sarker, Suprateek (2018) The work-life conflicts of globally distributed software developers. LSE Business Review (17 Apr 2018). Website.

Sarpotdar, Amish (2018) Book review: the Quito Papers and the New Urban Agenda by UN-Habitat, Richard Sennett with Ricky Burdett and Saskia Sassen, in dialogue with Joan Clos. LSE Review of Books (23 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Sarti, Silvia, Darnall, Nicole and Testa, Francesco (2018) Collectivists, individualists and indifferents. LSE Business Review (13 Jul 2018). Website.

Saunders, Manu (2018) Science community blogs: recognising value and measuring reach. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Feb 2018). Website.

Sawczak, Ksenia (2018) The hidden costs of research assessment exercises: the curious case of Australia. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Mar 2018). Website.

Sawhney, Ravi (2018) Human in the loop: why we will be needed to complement artificial intelligence. LSE Business Review (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Saxena, Suyash (2018) Politics and the philosophy of apology. South Asia @ LSE (15 Jan 2018). Website.

Saxena, Suyash (2018) Should India amend its nuclear doctrine? South Asia @ LSE (20 Feb 2018). Website.

Sayce, Liz (2018) Four policy proposals to improve disabled people's employment and pay. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2018). Website.

Scaffidi, Sarah (2018) In the 2018 midterms, Medicaid was a big winner in three deep red states. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Scanlan, Padraic X. (2018) Book review: masters of craft: old jobs in the new urban economy by Richard E. Ocejo. LSE Review of Books (14 May 2018). Website.

Scanlan, Padraic X. (2018) Long read review: the dawn watch: Joseph Conrad in a global world by Maya Jasanoff. LSE Review of Books (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Scanlan, Padraic X. (2018) Long read review: the new poverty by Stephen Armstrong. LSE Review of Books (09 Apr 2018). Website.

Scanlon, Kath, Blanc, Fanny and White, Tim (2018) More homes in less space: living at high density in London. . LSE London, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Scanlon, Kathleen, Blanc, Fanny and White, Tim (2018) Residents' experience of high-density housing in London. . Greater London Authority, London, UK.

Scattergood, Wendy (2018) In Wisconsin, Governor Scott Walker may face a Democratic backlash against Donald Trump. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Schlogl, Lukas and Sumner, Andy (2018) Robots, robots everywhere. What does it mean for developing countries? LSE Business Review (10 Jul 2018). Website.

Schmidt, Andreas (2018) The power to nudge: can we democratise choice environments? Democratic Audit Blog (20 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Schmidt, Paul (2018) Explaining the appeal of populist nationalism in Central Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Schmidt, Paul (2018) Franco-German cooperation: a compromise between vision and reality? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Feb 2018). Website.

Schmidt, Paul (2018) Should the rest of the EU follow Austria in reducing the voting age to 16? Democratic Audit Blog (08 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Schmieding, Holger (2018) The UK government is shedding some of its illusions about Brexit, and softening its position. LSE Brexit (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Schnatterly, Karen and Gangloff, Ashley (2018) Why CEOs misbehave. LSE Business Review (18 Jul 2018). Website.

Schneider, Nicolas (2018) Long read review: utopia from Thomas More to Walter Benjamin by Miguel Abensour. LSE Review of Books (01 Jun 2018). Website.

Schulz, Philipp (2018) Male survivors are not ’emasculated’ but experience ‘displacement from gendered personhood’. Women, Peace and Security (26 Oct 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Sciarini, Pascal (2018) Switzerland wanted more immigration controls, but economic self-interest will probably prevail. LSE Brexit (15 May 2018). Website.

Scrutinio, Vincenzo, Fons-Rosen, Christian and Szemeredi, Katalin (2018) When a large company enters a local market, it stimulates local innovation. LSE Business Review (30 Jun 2018). Website.

Scur, Daniela (2018) Second-generation family CEOs: are they up to the task? LSE Business Review (18 Jan 2018). Website.

Seeber, Marco, Cattaneo, Mattia, Meoli, Michele and Malighetti, Paolo (2018) Using citation metrics as part of academic recruitment decisions leads to an increase in self-citations. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Aug 2018). Website.

Seeber, Marco and Zaharie, Monica (2018) Rewarding peer reviewers: a problem of adverse selection? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Seidler, Kevin (2018) Book review: The people vs tech: how the internet is killing democracy (and how we can save it) by Jamie Bartlett. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Seo, Jungkun (2018) Both the 'politics of success' and the 'politics of crisis' could work in Trump's favor at the upcoming North Korea summit. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 May 2018). Website.

Serafim, Fabrizia (2018) Book review: feminism and the politics of childhood: friends or foes? edited by Rachel Rosen and Katherine Twamley. LSE Review of Books (15 Jun 2018). Website.

Serban, Ruxandra (2018) How are PMs held to account? A survey of procedures in 32 parliamentary democracies. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Sergeeva, Anastasia, Huysman, Marleen, Soekijad, Maura and van den Hooff, Bart (2018) The 'onlooker effect': how bystanders influence our use of digital technologies. LSE Business Review (05 Jun 2018). Website.

Severinson, Peter (2018) Approaches to assessing impacts in the humanities and social sciences: recommendations from the Canadian research community. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Sevinc, Deniz (2018) How poor is poor? The many dimensions of poverty in the UK. LSE Business Review (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Shafick, Hesham (2018) Book review: Routledge handbook of international political sociology edited by Xavier Guillaume and Pinar Bilgin. LSE Review of Books (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Shah, Syeda (2018) “He [grandfather] could have been killed by an Indian… kinda ruffles my feathers a lil bit”: British-born Pakistanis’ and British-born Indians’ social representations of their polyphasic inter and intra group relations in a focus group setting. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Shahbaz, Muhammad, Ali Nasir, Muhammad and Roubaud, David (2018) A French dilemma: environmental leadership vs environment-damaging economic growth. LSE Business Review (29 Aug 2018). Website.

Shahid, Amal (2018) Book review: Striking women: struggles and strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet by Sundari Anitha and Ruth Pearson. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Shahid, Amal (2018) Book review: striking women: struggles and strategies of South Asian women workers from Grunwick to Gate Gourmet by Sundari Anitha and Ruth Pearson. LSE Review of Books (26 Jun 2018). Website.

Shaikh, Hina (2018) Book review: the new Pakistani middle class by Ammara Maqsood. South Asia @ LSE (29 Mar 2018). Website.

Shaikh, Hina (2018) Young blood: Pakistan's bulging youth population needs employment opportunities. South Asia @ LSE (09 Feb 2018). Website.

Shajjan, Sayed Jalal (2018) The revised Afghanistan criminal code: an end for Bacha Bazi? South Asia @ LSE (24 Jan 2018). Website.

Shanahan, Mark (2018) Why November 6th could mark the beginning of the end of Donald Trump’s presidency. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Shannon, Sarah (2018) Restoring the vote to those convicted of a felony sentence is not just the right thing to do, it's good social science. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Feb 2018). Website.

Sharma, Saba (2018) Book review: modern India: a very short introduction by Craig Jeffrey. LSE Review of Books (26 Sep 2018). Website.

Sharma, Sarral (2018) Maldives crisis: a catch-22 situation for India. South Asia @ LSE (30 Mar 2018). Website.

Sharman, Zena (2018) Gender equity in health research funding: what do we know, what do we wish we knew, and where do we go from here? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 Jun 2018). Website.

Shaw, Christopher (2018) Book review: climate change and post-political communication: media, emotion and environmental advocacy by Philip Hammond. LSE Review of Books (03 May 2018). Website.

Sheng Yap, Lay (2018) Local actors in global arenas: discursive strategies against transnational feminism. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Shepherd, Laura J. and Mundkur, Anu (2018) How (not) to make WPS count. Women, Peace and Security (23 Jan 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Sher, Itai (2018) Economics needs to consider freedom of choice. LSE Business Review (30 Jul 2018). Website.

Shesterinina, Anastasia (2018) Book review: rebelocracy: social order in the Colombian Civil War by Ana Arjona. LSE Review of Books (28 Aug 2018). Website.

Shipp, Jonny (2018) Notes on the public debate about digital responsibility. LSE Business Review (25 Aug 2018). Website.

Siddi, Marco (2018) How the evolving international environment affects EU member states' positions toward Russia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Apr 2018). Website.

Siddiqi, Lutfey (2018) Asian emerging markets in the era of ‘infinity war’. LSE Business Review (24 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Siddiqi, Lutfey (2018) Confronting the macroeconomic challenges of the fourth industrial revolution. LSE Business Review (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Siddiqi, Lutfey (2018) Good corporate governance requires diversity. LSE Business Review (12 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Siddiqi, Lutfey (2018) Harnessing diaspora assets in developing countries. LSE Business Review (27 Sep 2018). Website.

Siedler, Kevin (2018) Book review: the people vs tech: how the internet is killing democracy (and how we can save it) by Jamie Bartlett. LSE Business Review (08 Jul 2018). Website.

Simpson, Matthew C. (2018) Book review: the polarizers: postwar architects of our partisan era by Sam Rosenfeld. LSE Review of Books (15 Jun 2018). Website.

Singh Maini, Tridivesh (2018) The India-China relationship: why links between Indian states and Chinese provinces are essential. South Asia @ LSE (09 May 2018). Website.

Singh Maini, Tridivesh (2018) The India-Pakistan-China triangle: a need for forward thinking development. South Asia @ LSE (17 Apr 2018). Website.

Singh Maini, Tridivesh (2018) Reviving the thaw? Punjab's potential in improving India-Pakistan relations. South Asia @ LSE (20 Mar 2018). Website.

Sinitsky, Julia (2018) Book review: fragile conviction: changing ideological landscapes in urban Kyrgyzstan by Mathijs Pelkmans. LSE Review of Books (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Sitaraman, Srini (2018) Book review: Fifty years of The Battle of Algiers: past as Prologue by Sohail Daulatzai. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (14 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Sitaraman, Srini (2018) Book review: fifty years of The Battle of Algiers: past as prologue by Sohail Daulatzai. LSE Review of Books (12 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Sivabalan, Prabhu (2018) Book review: the politics of financial risk, audit and regulation: a case study of HBOS by Atul K. Shah. LSE Review of Books (05 Jun 2018). Website.

Sivarajah, Uthayasankar and Irani, Zahir (2018) Smart councils: the evolution of technology in local government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Sivarajah, Uthayasankar and Weerakkody, Vishanth (2018) Barriers to digital diplomacy: why are governments slow in adopting technology? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2018). Website.

Sivertsen, Gunnar (2018) Why has no other European country adopted the Research Excellence Framework? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Siyal, Ghamz E Ali and Tufail, Shahbaz (2018) Immunisation programmes in Sindh and Balochistan desperately need a shot in the arm. South Asia @ LSE (06 Apr 2018). Website.

Skjelsbæk, Inger (2018) Nobel Peace Prize to Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad. Women, Peace and Security (05 Oct 2018), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Sklair, Leslie (2018) Book review: 'From the Anthropocene to the Anthropo-scene'. LSE Business Review (19 Aug 2018). Website.

Sloam, James and Henn, Matt (2018) Youthquake 2017: how the rise of young cosmopolitans in Britain could transform politics. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Sloane, Mona (2018) Making artificial intelligence socially just: why the current focus on ethics is not enough. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2018). Website.

Slowe, Sarah, Cole, Gareth, Tennant, Jon and Rapple, Charlie (2018) Making research evaluation processes in Europe more transparent. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 Jul 2018). Website.

Smeltzer, Joshua (2018) Book review: Assembly by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Smeltzer, Joshua (2018) Book review: assembly by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. LSE Review of Books (31 Jan 2018). Website.

Smeltzer, Joshua (2018) Book review: colonial coptivity during the First World War: internment and the fall of the German empire, 1914-1919 by Mahon Murphy. LSE Review of Books (09 May 2018). Website.

Smeltzer, Joshua (2018) Book review: the remnants of the Rechtsstaat: an ethnography of Nazi law by Jens Meierhenrich. LSE Review of Books (25 Jul 2018). Website.

Smismans, Stijn (2018) Long read: EU citizens in the UK are in a particularly weak position and need an independent authority to monitor their rights. LSE Brexit (26 Mar 2018). Website.

Smit, Brandon W. and Montag-Smit, Tamara (2018) Pay transparency: policymakers love it, but employees not so much. LSE Business Review (23 Jul 2018). Website.

Smith, Chris (2018) Six academic writing habits that will boost productivity. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Smith, Chris (2018) Six factors influencing academic writing productivity and satisfaction. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Smith, Emma (2018) The limits of HDI: imagining a more inclusive measure for development in India. South Asia @ LSE (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Smith, Jason A. and Abreu, Randy (2018) Memorandum of understandings promise nothing; media mergers require close scrutiny by the FCC for their impacts on Latinas/os. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Mar 2018). Website.

Smith, Jessica (2018) The optics of a cabinet reshuffle: PR vs reality. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Smith, Rodney (2018) The development of semi-parliamentarism in Australia. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Smith, Thomas (2018) The hazy shade of palm oil. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Smyth, Lisa (2018) Understanding the transformed moral landscape in Ireland following the 'repeal the 8th' referendum. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 May 2018). Website.

Smyth, Stewart (2018) Reforms and resistance: how tenants can influence housing policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Feb 2018). Website.

Smyth, Stewart (2018) The UCU strikes: a battle for the future of higher education. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2018). Website.

Sochas, Laura (2018) Could an obstacle course help us make access to healthcare fairer? In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Sogelola, Deborah (2018) Brexit, Agenda Setting and Framing of Immigration in the Media: The Case of the Daily Mail. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 1. pp. 128-142.

Sohn, Jacqueline (2018) The perpetual tango: what exactly is “evidence-informed policymaking” premised on and working towards? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Solheim, Marte C.W. (2018) Disseminating your research does carry risks and can leave you vulnerable, but it is vital to developing the courage to use your voice. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Sorace, Miriam (2018) The European Parliament is more representative of European citizens than we give it credit for. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Sorace, Miriam (2018) The European Parliament is more representative of European citizens than we give it credit for. LSE Brexit (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Sorace, Miriam (2018) The European Parliament is more representative of European citizens than we give it credit for. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Sorace, Miriam and Hobolt, Sara B. (2018) Distorted perceptions: how Leavers and Remainers view the economy - and with what consequences. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2018). Website.

Soroka, Stuart (2018) How President Trump helped the media lose the 2018 midterm elections. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Sowels, Nicholas (2018) Economic inequalities in Britain - from the 2008 Financial Crisis to Brexit. LSE Brexit (16 Jan 2018). Website.

Sowels, Nicholas (2018) An up-to-date account of economic inequalities in Britain since 2008. LSE Business Review (13 Jan 2018). Website.

Spitzer, Suzi (2018) What can interdisciplinary collaborations learn from the science of team science? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Jul 2018). Website.

Spohrer, Konstanze (2018) The problem with 'raising aspiration' strategies: social mobility requires more than personal ambitions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2018). Website.

Spooner, Marc (2018) The growing, high-stakes audit culture within the academy has brought about a different kind of publishing crisis. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Spruce, Hannah (2018) Book review: TransCanadian feminist fictions: new cross-border ethics by Libe García Zarranz. LSE Review of Books (17 Aug 2018). Website.

Spruce, Hannah (2018) Book review: posthuman urbanism: mapping bodies in contemporary space by Debra Benita Shaw. LSE Review of Books (15 May 2018). Website.

Stafford, Chris (2018) Book review: Europe's Brexit: EU perspectives on Britain's vote to leave edited by Tim Oliver. LSE Review of Books (20 Aug 2018). Website.

Stafford, Chris (2018) Book review: Government by referendum by Matt Qvortrup. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Stafford, Chris (2018) Book review: government by referendum by Matt Qvortrup. LSE Review of Books (24 Jul 2018). Website.

Stafford, Christopher (2018) How we vote: British Columbia faces a complex choice about its electoral system. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Stafford, Christopher (2018) ‘Use it or lose it?’ Why the ability to vote shouldn’t depend on actually doing so. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Stanford, Ben (2018) The results of the 2018 voter ID pilots and why this is not the time for a national roll-out. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jul 2018). Website.

Stanford, Ben (2018) The results of the 2018 voter ID pilots and why this is not the time for a national roll-out. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Stavrakakis, Yannis (2018) Three challenges in contemporary populism research. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 May 2018). Website.

Steingass, Sebastian (2018) In aid and development, Britain's long-accumulated expertise is valuable to the EU. LSE Brexit (20 Feb 2018). Website.

Steinwender, Claudia (2018) The trade impact of the transatlantic telegraph. LSE Business Review (20 Mar 2018). Website.

Stellinger, Anna (2018) There can be no "ideal" Brexit agreement, Swedish expert agency warns. LSE Brexit (26 Feb 2018). Website.

Stern, Orly (2018) Shades of grey in ‘sexual exploitation and abuse’. Women, Peace and Security (06 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Steven, Martin (2018) Eurorealist or Eurosceptic? Assessing the future of the European Conservatives and Reformists after 2019. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 May 2018). Website.

Stingl, Verena, Geraldi, Joana and Oehmen, Josef (2018) Smart and simple strategy decisions to minimise regret. LSE Business Review (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Stingl, Verena, Geraldi, Joana and Oehmen, Josef (2018) Smart and simple strategy decisions to minimise regret. LSE Business Review (19 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Stoica, Mihnea (2018) Why this weekend’s referendum in Romania will ultimately benefit the LGBTIQ community. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (05 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Stolz, Klaus (2018) Unionism versus self-interest: would MPs support proportional representation? Democratic Audit Blog (11 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Stolz, Klaus (2018) Unionism vs self-interest: would MPs support proportional representation? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2018). Website.

Storer, Elizabeth (2018) Book review - Christianity, modernity and development by Paul Gifford. Africa at LSE (11 May 2018). Website.

Strasheim, Julia (2018) A false promise of political stability in Nepal? South Asia @ LSE (19 Mar 2018). Website.

Strebel, Michael A., Kübler, Daniel and Marcinkowski, Frank (2018) Why it’s not just about the outcome: citizens also care about democratic decision-making. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Jul 2018). Blog Entry.

Strickler, Ryan (2018) Why our partisan identities mean we are talking past each other. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Stubbs, Jennifer (2018) Book review: invisible countries: journeys to the edge of nationhood by Joshua Keating. LSE Review of Books (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Stubbs, Jennifer (2018) Book review: invisible countries: journeys to the edge of nationhood by Joshua Keating. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (25 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Stubbs, Jennifer (2018) Book review: invisible countries: journeys to the edge of nationhood by Joshua Keating. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Stylianou, Konstantinos (2018) Two wrongs make a right: why the trans-Atlantic antitrust rift is necessary in the global economy. LSE Business Review (02 Aug 2018). Website.

Stys, Pat and Kirk, Thomas (2018) Notes from the field: beginning a new research project. Africa at LSE (19 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Stys, Patrycja (2018) Beyond mixed metaphors of networks: applying social network analysis to study #PublicAuthority and governance. Africa at LSE (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Stéphan, Elsa (2018) Book review: Republic of Islamophobia: the rise of respectable racism in France by Jim Wolfreys. Democratic Audit Blog (19 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Stéphan, Elsa (2018) Book review: republic of Islamophobia: the rise of respectable racism in France by Jim Wolfreys. LSE Review of Books (02 May 2018). Website.

Subedi, Mukti and Chalise, Bishal K (2018) Do more with less: managing public investment in federal Nepal. South Asia @ LSE (22 Feb 2018). Website.

Suiter, Jane (2018) Lessons from Ireland's recent referendums: how deliberation helps inform voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Sep 2018). Website.

Suiter, Jane (2018) Lessons from Ireland’s recent referendums: how deliberation helps inform voters. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Suleman, Muhammad (2018) The rise of religious intolerance in the politics of Pakistan? South Asia @ LSE (16 Apr 2018). Website.

Sultan, Saud (2018) The Indus Waters Treaty: an exemplar of cooperation. South Asia @ LSE (25 Jun 2018). Website.

Suri, Jeremi (2018) The Democrats are about to remind us that while Donald Trump has great freedom in foreign policy, it’s Congress which holds the purse strings. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Surridge, Paula (2018) Do universities liberalise students? Why education should be taken seriously in political analysis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Surridge, Paula, Turner, Michael, Struthers, Robert and McDonnell, Clive (2018) ‘Values clans’: how clusters of the electorate have shaped the political landscape. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Surridge, Paula, Turner, Michael, Struthers, Robert and McDonnell, Clive (2018) The ‘cross-pressured clans’ of British politics: a quarter of the electorate and their values. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Swales, Kirby (2018) Have we overestimated the relationship between income and financial well-being? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 May 2018). Website.

Swales, Kirby (2018) The new State Pension is rolling out - but few people know if and how it will affect them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2018). Website.

Swan, Sean (2018) Conservative Brexiteers are offering unserious answers to serious questions in Northern Ireland: the consequences for the union are significant. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2018) Northern Ireland for English Cabinet Ministers and other beginners. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2018) Sinn Fein and the prospect of a hard Brexit: time to drop abstentionism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jul 2018). Website.

Swan, Sean (2018) Sinn Fein won't drop its abstentionist policy over Brexit - and that's not necessarily a bad thing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2018). Website.

Swan, Sean (2018) Why Boris Johnson is wrong about the Irish border (again). Democratic Audit Blog (06 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2018) The limitations of opinion polls – and why this matters for political decision making. Democratic Audit Blog (16 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Swash, Sam (2018) Book review: The authoritarian public sphere: legitimation and autocratic power in North Korea, Burma and China, Alexander Dukalskis. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Swash, Sam (2018) Book review: the authoritarian public sphere: legitimation and autocratic power in North Korea, Burma and China by Alexander Dukalskis. LSE Review of Books (13 Feb 2018). Website.

Swers, Michele L. (2018) Paul Ryan's retirement means the season for legislating is now officially over. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Apr 2018). Website.

Sword, Helen, Trofimova, Evija and Ballard, Madeleine (2018) Understanding the frustration of academic writers. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 May 2018). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2018) Are the Polish opposition's prospects really so hopeless? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Mar 2018). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2018) How will the European Commission triggering Article 7 affect Polish politics? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2018) What are the prospects for the Polish left? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Apr 2018). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2018) Who really won Poland’s local elections? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (05 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2018) Why do Poland’s local elections matter? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (09 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2018) The political significance of Poland's government reshuffle. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Számely, Anna (2018) A roadmap for improving the distribution of EU funds in Hungary. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (06 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Sørensen, Catharina (2018) Evidence from Denmark: how attitudes toward sovereignty affect support for the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Apr 2018). Website.

Sīle, Linda, Guns, Raf and Engels, Tim (2018) Towards more consistent, transparent, and multipurpose national bibliographic databases for research output. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Tabassum, Rabia (2018) The readiness of NGOs for health-related SDGs in Pakistan. South Asia @ LSE (05 Feb 2018). Website.

Taflaga, Marija (2018) Does it really matter if we call Australian politics ‘semi-parliamentary’? Democratic Audit Blog (26 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Takle, Marianne (2018) Book review: heat, greed and human need: climate change, capitalism and sustainable wellbeing by Ian Gough. LSE Business Review (09 Sep 2018). Website.

Talbot, Colin (2018) The great Brexit crisis: we are in for an unprecedented shake up of the UK constitution, laws, conventions and politics. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Tambini, Damian (2018) Targeted propaganda and the Italian election campaign. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Tammas-Hastings, Dan (2018) The Financial Conduct Authority asks robo-advisors for more. LSE Business Review (25 May 2018). Website.

Tammas-Hastings, Dan (2018) ICOs: raising money by issuing cryptocurrency, with less regulation. LSE Business Review (07 Aug 2018). Website.

Tammas-Hastings, Dan (2018) Not everyone understands a key part of new EU financial regulation. LSE Business Review (16 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Tammas-Hastings, Dan (2018) The rise of the regulator may lead to trouble for the blockchain. LSE Business Review (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Tanczer, Leonie Maria (2018) Book review: living with hacktivism - from conflict to symbiosis by Vasileios Karagiannopoulos. LSE Review of Books (31 Aug 2018). Website.

Tannam, Etain (2018) Game over? The Withdrawal Agreement is by no means the end of the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Tannam, Etain (2018) Hume's legacy: British-Irish relations need strengthening to face the challenges of Brexit. LSE Brexit (11 Apr 2018). Website.

Tannam, Etain (2018) Hume’s legacy: British-Irish relations need strengthening to face the challenges of Brexit. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Tannam, Etain (2018) The Irish border issue is not going away, no matter how much the UK government may wish it away. LSE Brexit (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Tapscott, Rebecca (2018) Masculinity and militarisation under an illiberal democratic regime. Africa at LSE (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Tarikul Islam, Mohammad (2018) Climate negotiations: how does Bangladesh fare? South Asia @ LSE (31 Mar 2018). Website.

Tarikul Islam, Mohammad (2018) Considering the consequences for human security: the influx of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. South Asia @ LSE (15 May 2018). Website.

Tarikul Islam, Mohammad (2018) How does local government cope with disaster in Bangladesh? South Asia @ LSE (08 Jan 2018). Website.

Tarikul Islam, Mohammad (2018) In quest of justice: dispute resolution in rural Bangladesh. South Asia @ LSE (19 Feb 2018). Website.

Tasselli, Stefano (2018) What Greek mythology teaches us about love in organisations. LSE Business Review (09 Feb 2018). Website.

Tateishi, Yasuka (2018) Development is in your hands. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Tattersall, Andy (2018) Many a true word is spoken in jest, part two: more social media content that mocks, self-ridicules, and brings a smile to academia. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 Apr 2018). Website.

Tattersall, Andy (2018) New research must be better reported, the future of society depends on it. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Tattersall, Andy (2018) Nothing lasts forever: questions to ask yourself when choosing a new tool or technology for research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Jul 2018). Website.

Tattersall, Andy and Carroll, Chris (2018) Analysing Altmetric data on research citations in policy literature - the case of the University of Sheffield. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Feb 2018). Website.

Tawat, Mahama (2018) Multiculturalism: Is Denmark a den of intolerance and Sweden a land of political correctness? Religion and Global Society (12 Jun 2018). Blog Entry.

Taylor, Ros and Klaas, Brian (2018) Brian Klaas: 'The incentives for a Trump 2.0 will be exactly the same as the incentives for Trump'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Jan 2018). Website.

Taylor, Rosamund (2018) Does citizen vigilance and social media extend or threaten democratic practices? Democratic Audit Blog (31 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Taylor, Rosamund (2018) How well does the UK’s media system support democratic politics and represent citizens’ interests? Democratic Audit Blog (30 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Taylor, Sherese R. (2018) Eslanda Robeson: acting, activism, Africa and LSE. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Taylor-Gooby, Peter (2018) Deliberative forums show that attitudes to welfare turn hostile because of low trust in government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jun 2018). Website.

Teixeira da Silva, Jaime A. (2018) Not all academics are comfortable with the idea of open peer review. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Sep 2018). Website.

Tennant, Jon (2018) Do we need an Open Science coalition? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Teperek, Marta and Dunning, Alastair (2018) Research data should be available long-term...but who is going to pay? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Sep 2018). Website.

Teperek, Marta and Dunning, Alastair (2018) The main obstacles to better research data management and sharing are cultural. But change is in our hands. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Terry, Chris (2018) Local elections: diverse voices are being drowned out by the undemocratic voting system in England and Wales. Democratic Audit Blog (03 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Terzi, Alessio (2018) Why does public investment contribute little to GDP growth in Italy? LSE Business Review (27 Aug 2018). Website.

Thebe Limbu, Sangita (2018) Nepal's house of cards: are women included or co-opted in politics? South Asia @ LSE (02 Feb 2018). Website.

Theys, Sarina (2018) Running hot and cold: Bhutan-India-China relations. South Asia @ LSE (25 Jan 2018). Website.

Thomas, Anna (2018) Christopher Pissarides: 'I'd like to see a UK equivalent of Germany's Work 4.0 white paper'. LSE Business Review (22 Jun 2018). Website.

Thompson, Grace (2018) Book review - a moonless, starless sky by Alexis Okeowo. Africa at LSE (25 May 2018). Website.

Thompson, Helen (2018) The illusionary norm of political stability: the unruly democratic politics of the United Kingdom. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Thompson, Helen (2018) The midterms have shown that President Trump’s campaign rhetoric on the economy has come back to haunt him. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Thompson, Helen (2018) The transformation of British politics: was it really caused by the 2008 crisis? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Thompson, Louise (2018) Confidence motions, humble addresses and amendments: Brexit’s procedural dilemmas. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Thompson, Louise (2018) The EU Withdrawal Bill raises questions about the role of smaller opposition parties in the legislative process. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jun 2018). Website.

Thomson, Jennifer (2018) Critical actors and abortion law: a group of individuals in Northern Irish politics obstructs change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2018). Website.

Thomson, Jennifer (2018) Critical actors and abortion law: a group of individuals in Northern Irish politics obstructs change. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Thomson, Jennifer (2018) Ireland votes to repeal the 8th: will Northern Ireland be next to liberalise its abortion laws? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 May 2018). Website.

Thomson, Jennifer (2018) Ireland votes to repeal the 8th: will Northern Ireland be next to liberalise its abortion laws? Democratic Audit Blog (29 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Thomson, Jennifer and Pierson, Claire (2018) Gender and power-sharing – why a citizens’ assembly is needed in Northern Ireland. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Mar 2018). Blog Entry.

Thomson, Robert and Brandenburg, Heinz (2018) Are citizens good judges of government performance? Evaluations of promise keeping by governing parties. Democratic Audit Blog (30 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Thouaille, Marie-Alix (2018) Is pursuing an academic career a form of "cruel optimism"? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Mar 2018). Website.

Timmins, Nicholas (2018) LSE festival Beveridge 2.0 preview: the five giants by Nicholas Timmins. LSE Review of Books (17 Feb 2018). Website.

Tinelli, Michela ORCID: 0000-0002-8816-4389, Knapp, Martin ORCID: 0000-0003-1427-0215 and Esposito, Giovanni (2018) Value of treatment for brain disorders: time matters. In: LSE Research Festival 2018, 2018-02-19 - 2018-02-24, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Tizard, John and Walker, David (2018) Time to move on from the 'love in' with outsourcing and PFI - here's how. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2018). Website.

Toivonen, Tuukka and Sørensen, Carsten (2018) Why the co-working industry must take creativity seriously. LSE Business Review (07 Jun 2018). Website.

Tomaney, John (2018) Book review: Developing England’s North: the political economy of the Northern Powerhouse edited by Craig Berry and Arianna Giovannini. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Tomaney, John (2018) Book review: building and dwelling: ethics for the city by Richard Sennett. LSE Review of Books (18 Apr 2018). Website.

Tomaney, John (2018) Book review: developing England's north: the political economy of the Northern Powerhouse edited by Craig Berry and Arianna Giovannini. LSE Review of Books (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Tomaney, John (2018) Book review: foundational economy: the infrastructure of everyday life. LSE Business Review (16 Sep 2018). Website.

Tomaney, John (2018) A mess of pottage? The North of Tyne deal and the travails of devolution. British Policy and Politics at LSE (04 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Tomaney, John (2018) A mess of pottage? The North of Tyne deal and the travails of devolution. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Jan 2018). Blog Entry.

Torry, Malcolm (2018) Giving everyone some money, from birth to death: defining a Citizen's Basic Income. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2018). Website.

Torry, Malcolm (2018) LSE festival Beveridge 2.0 preview: 'why we need a citizen's basic income: a new edition or a new book?' by Malcolm Torry. LSE Review of Books (12 Feb 2018). Website.

Toulan, Omar and Pisani, Niccolò (2018) German firms: ppen borders, closed boardrooms. LSE Business Review (17 Sep 2018). Website.

Townsley, Joshua (2018) Do party leaflets and canvass visits increase voter turnout? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Townsley, Joshua (2018) Do party leaflets and canvass visits increase voter turnout? Democratic Audit Blog (16 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Townsley, Joshua (2018) England’s local elections 2018: bridging the information gap with the Democratic Dashboard. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Traill, Helen (2018) Book review: handbook of gentrification studies edited by Loretta Lees with Martin Phillips. LSE Review of Books (10 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Traill, Helen (2018) Book review: handbook of gentrification studies edited by Loretta Lees with Martin Phillips. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Traugott, Leopold (2018) How Brexit will affect Germany's role in the EU. LSE Brexit (24 May 2018). Website.

Travers, Tony (2018) Watch: Tony Travers on what Brexit means for parties, the civil service and voters. LSE Brexit (19 Jan 2018). Website.

Trubowitz, Peter (2018) Americans have voted to put a check on Donald Trump and on his vision for the country. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Trubowitz, Peter (2018) Five minutes with Peter Trubowitz: “For Trump, the principal focus on China is domestic and not geopolitical”. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Trubowitz, Peter (2018) The results of next week’s midterm elections will either force Trump to play defense 24/7 or hobble the Democratic Party. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (31 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Truchlewski, Zbigniew (2018) Understanding fiscal politics in times of austerity: tax linkages in Britain and France. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2018). Website.

True, Jacqui and Davis, Sara E. (2018) From pillars to progress in women, peace and security. Women, Peace and Security (28 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Trumm, Siim (2018) Different visions of representation among voters and candidates in Wales. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Trumm, Siim, Sudulich, Laura and Townsley, Joshua (2018) Campaign spending and voter turnout: does a candidate’s local prominence influence the effect of their spending? Democratic Audit Blog (28 Aug 2018). Blog Entry.

Trumm, Siim, Sudulich, Laura and Townsley, Joshua (2018) Does a candidate's local prominence influence the effect of their campaign spending? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2018). Website.

Tse, Terence, Esposito, Mark and Goh, Danny (2018) Building an entrepreneurial Europe and creating jobs. LSE Business Review (04 Apr 2018). Website.

Tsekeris, Charalambos and Demertzis, Nicolas (2018) Symbolic identities: Understanding the Macedonia name dispute and its implications for EU politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (22 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Twinam, Tate (2018) Why living in an area with more businesses and denser housing might help keep you safer on the street. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Jun 2018). Website.

Twining, Peter (2018) Supporting your child online – pointers for parents. Parenting for a Digital Future (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Tyler, George (2018) American democracy sold to the highest bidder. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Tzallas, Thimios (2018) Turkey vs Greece: is war a real possibility? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 May 2018). Website.

Tzelgov, Eitan and Dumitrescu, Delia (2018) Brexit and moral foundation framing: the key to a people's vote is in Vote Leave's hands. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2018). Website.

Uddin, Nasir (2018) Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh: five challenges for the future. South Asia @ LSE (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Uddin, Nasir (2018) 'A life of football': the vulnerabilities of Rohingya caught between Myanmar and Bangladesh. South Asia @ LSE (09 Jan 2018). Website.

Uprety, Sudeep (2018) What does Nepal's recent elections reveal about patriarchy in politics? South Asia @ LSE (17 Jan 2018). Website.

Uscinski, Joseph E. (2018) Almost 60 percent of Americans believe in conspiracy theories about JFK. Here’s why that might be a problem. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Uscinski, Joseph E., DeWitt, Darin and Atkinson, Matthew D. (2018) Conspiracy theorists helped the Parkland students keep gun control on the national agenda. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Mar 2018). Website.

Vaganay, Arnaud (2018) To save the research literature, let's make literature reviews reproducible. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Jun 2018). Website.

Van Coppenolle, Brenda (2018) Democratic dynasties: why are certain families successful in politics? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jan 2018). Website.

Van Der Merwe, Emily (2018) Nigeria’s presidential elections: are six female candidates better than one? Africa at LSE (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Vargas, Ricardo Viana and Conforto, Edivandro (2018) Ten questions to help you turn strategy into reality. LSE Business Review (12 Jun 2018). Website.

Varghese, Rachel A. (2018) Digging for a Hindu nation. South Asia @ LSE (10 May 2018). Website.

Varian, Hal R. (2018) The antitrust case against Android as viewed by a company insider. LSE Business Review (17 Aug 2018). Website.

Vasilopoulou, Sofia and Talving, Liisa (2018) Opportunity or threat?: how Europeans view freedom of movement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (16 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Vaughan, Tom (2018) Book review: grappling with the bomb: Britain's Pacific H-bomb tests by Nic Maclellan. LSE Review of Books (19 Jul 2018). Website.

Vela, Blerim (2018) What the European Commission's 2018 country reports say about national parliaments in the Western Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Apr 2018). Website.

Venugopal, Rajesh (2018) The second coming of Sri Lanka’s Mahinda Rajapaksa. South Asia @ LSE (12 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Verovšek, Peter J. (2018) Lexit undermines the left: it will be no prize for Labour. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (20 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Verweijen, Judith (2018) How do patronage networks affect military cohesion? Africa at LSE (10 Apr 2018). Website.

Vey, Alan and Monari, Annika (2018) How blockchain can help the fight against counterfeit goods. LSE Business Review (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Vibert, Frank (2018) Making a 21st century constitution: the rules we have established for democracies are now outdated. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2018). Website.

Vico, Sanja (2018) Book review: everyday nationhood: theorising culture, identity and belonging after banal nationalism edited by Michael Skey and Marco Antonsich. LSE Review of Books (30 Apr 2018). Blog Entry.

Vieira, Helena (2018) New generations of men and women, inching us ever closer to gender equality. LSE Business Review (08 Mar 2018). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2018) Nilofer Merchant: ideas can now spread and scale through networks, rather than hierarchies. LSE Business Review (02 Apr 2018). Website.

Vieira, Helena and Jamuar, Sumit (2018) Sumit Jamuar: Indians are 20 of the world's population, but represent only 1 of existing genetic data. LSE Business Review (10 Jan 2018). Website.

Vikander, Nick (2018) Should companies reward CEOs for being lucky? LSE Business Review (23 Aug 2018). Website.

Villarreal Fernández, Evelyn and Wilson, Bruce M. (2018) Costa Rica's 2018 elections: corruption, morality politics, and voter alienation make uncertainty the only certainty. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (01 Feb 2018). Website.

Villarreal Fernández, Evelyn and Wilson, Bruce M. (2018) Costa Rica's 2018 elections: the two Alvarados, between deepening division and democratic dependability. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (08 Feb 2018). Website.

Vitaud, Laetitia (2018) Devising new ways to make local retail contribute to urban vibrancy. LSE Business Review (03 Jan 2018). Website.

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Williams, Katherine (2018) Book review: screening Stephen King: adaptation and the horror genre in film and television by Simon Brown. LSE Review of Books (31 Aug 2018). Website.

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Woodall, Gina (2018) In Arizona's special Congressional election, healthcare dominates the debate in a safe red district. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Apr 2018). Website.

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Worthy, Ben (2018) Secretively open: identifying patterns in Theresa May's approach to secrecy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2018). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2018) Theresa May and the curse of the takeover Prime Minister. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Dec 2018). Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben and Bennister, Mark (2018) From City Hall to Downing Street: what would Boris as Mayor tell us about Boris as PM? Democratic Audit Blog (01 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Wren-Lewis, Simon (2018) What Carillion's collapse tells us about public sector outsourcing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2018). Website.

Wright, Christopher and Nyberg, Daniel (2018) We can't rely on corporations to save us from climate change. LSE Business Review (30 Jan 2018). Website.

Wright, Sharon, Johnsen, Sarah and Scullion, Lisa (2018) Why benefit sanctions are both ineffective and harmful. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Sep 2018). Website.

Wu, Yanhui (2018) Unpicking complex incentive mechanisms that reward top managers handsomely. LSE Business Review (15 Feb 2018). Website.

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Ypi, Lea (2018) There is no left-wing case for Brexit: 21st century socialism requires transnational organization. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

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Zenghelis, Dimitri (2018) The real Brexit 'dividend': a decade of economic underperformance and political crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jul 2018). Website.

Zhang, Cyndi Man and Greve, Henrich R. (2018) Board directors are supposed to have broad knowledge, but are they also narrow experts? LSE Business Review (06 Aug 2018). Website.

Zhivitskaya, Maria (2018) Book review: doughnut economics: seven ways to think like a 21st-century economist by Kate Raworth. LSE Review of Books (21 May 2018). Website.

Zhu, Ling (2018) Healing alone: how social capital reduces health care inequality, particularly in large diverse states. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Jan 2018). Website.

Zhu, Yajing (2018) How socio-economic circumstances in childhood can influence your midlife health. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Feb 2018). Website.

Zhu, Yuan Yi and Carl, Noah (2018) Are PPE graduates ruining Britain?: MPs who studied it at university are among the most pro-Remain. LSE Brexit (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Zielonka, Jan (2018) The EU's current problems are largely of its own making. LSE Brexit (06 Mar 2018). Website.

Zimmermann, Allyson (2018) Is race a taboo topic in the workplace? LSE Business Review (15 Mar 2018). Website.

Zimmermann, Allyson (2018) What can organisations do to close the gender pay gap? LSE Business Review (13 Feb 2018). Website.

Zmigrod, Leor (2018) Brexit psychology: cognitive styles and their relationship to nationalistic attitudes. British Policy and Politics at LSE (17 Sep 2018). Blog Entry.

Zmigrod, Leor (2018) Brexit psychology: cognitive styles and their relationship to nationalistic attitudes. LSE Brexit (27 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Zwanbin, Emmanuel (2018) Book review: infrastructure in Africa: lessons for future development edited by Mthuli Ncube and Charles Leyeka Lufumpa. Africa at LSE (19 Jan 2018). Website.

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de Bruycker, Iskander (2018) Why lobbying in Brussels is not always an obscure activity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (27 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

de Grauwe, Paul (2018) Why Russia is economically weak and politically strong. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Apr 2018). Website.

de Londras, Fiona (2018) Repeal the 8th amendment to allow abortion in Ireland – this constitutional experiment has failed. Democratic Audit Blog (22 May 2018). Blog Entry.

de Percy, Michael (2018) Academics and professionals can contribute to "micro-impact" projects in rural villages that make a real difference and complement formal local services. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Mar 2018). Website.

de Silva, Chandra R. (2018) Why we must reform the education of Buddhist monks in Sri Lanka. South Asia @ LSE (26 Mar 2018). Website.

de Vaujany, François-Xavier (2018) Fab labs and D-Lab: two different philosophies of innovation? LSE Business Review (07 Sep 2018). Website.

de Vries, Catherine E. (2018) Euroscepticism is here to stay. LSE Brexit (09 May 2018). Blog Entry.

de Vries, Catherine E. (2018) Euroscepticism is here to stay. Democratic Audit Blog (15 May 2018). Blog Entry.

de Vries, Gerdien (2018) When the only way is up: the pitfalls of upward mobility. LSE Business Review (02 Jan 2018). Website.

de Vries, Gijs (2018) A hard Brexit will see criminals taking back control. LSE Brexit (12 Mar 2018). Website.

de Waal, Alex (2018) #PublicAuthority: the political marketplace: analyzing political entrepreneurs and political bargaining with a business lens. Africa at LSE (01 Feb 2018). Website.

deSouza, Priyanka (2018) Book review: Rhodes must fall: the struggle to decolonise the racist heart of empire by Rhodes Must Fall Oxford, edited by Roseanne Chantiluke, Brian Kwoba and Athinagamso Nkopo. LSE Review of Books (14 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

del Castillo, Graciana (2018) AMLO tendrá que adoptar un enfoque integrado para alcanzar la paz y la prosperidad en México. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

del Castillo, Graciana (2018) AMLO will need an integrated approach to security to achieve peace and prosperity in Mexico. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (29 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

del Castillo, Graciana (2018) AMLO’s balancing act: the democratic and economic challenges facing Mexico’s new president. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (21 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

del Castillo, Graciana (2018) Acto de equilibrismo de AMLO para enfrentar los retos a la democracia y economía de México: the democratic and economic challenges facing Mexico’s new president. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (26 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

del Castillo, Graciana (2018) El Salvador's experience of UN peacebuilding reveals the ineffectiveness of 'development as usual' approaches. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (10 Jan 2018). Website.

dell'Aquila, Marta (2018) Book review: complicit sisters: gender and women's issues across north-south divides by Sara de Jong. LSE Review of Books (05 Jan 2018). Website.

te Grotenhuis, Manfred, Subramanian, Subu, Nieuwenhuis, Rense, Pelzer, Ben and Eisinga, Rob (2018) Better poll sampling would have cast more doubt on the potential for Hillary Clinton to win the 2016 election. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Feb 2018). Website.

ten Brinke, Lisa (2018) Donald Trump's rhetoric has only highlighted the already growing rift between the EU and the US. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jan 2018). Website.

van den Besselaar, Peter and Sandström, Ulf (2018) Linguistic analysis reveals the hidden details of research grant proposal peer review reports. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Sep 2018). Website.

van den Besselaar, Peter and Sandström, Ulf (2018) Quantity does matter as citation impact increases with productivity. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Jan 2018). Website.

van der Merwe, Emily (2018) SexYZ: writing our own sex education narrative. Africa at LSE (05 Mar 2018). Website.

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Suh, Ellie (2018) 99 luxury apartments for the 1%. LSE Research Festival 2018, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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