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Number of items: 67.

A

Abbas, Tahir (2017) Repression, terrorism and fear: Erdoğan’s Turkey heads for the brink. Democratic Audit UK (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Abbas, Tahir (2017) A personality cult that plays on popular fears: how Erdoğan won the Turkish referendum. Democratic Audit UK (17 Apr 2017). Website.

Adams, Brian (2017) Going local – but does decentralisation actually make for more innovative policy? Democratic Audit UK (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Allen, Andy (2017) The ‘academy revolution’ is ousting governors. We need to hold these schools accountable. Democratic Audit UK (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Avril, Emmanuelle (2017) New Labour and after: the toxic consequences of cynical party management. Democratic Audit UK (07 Apr 2017). Website.

B

Babayan, Nelli (2017) The Kremlin doesn’t promote autocracy – it simply trolls whomever it dislikes. Democratic Audit UK (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Blick, Andrew and Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic is the devolved government of London? Democratic Audit UK (22 Jun 2017). Website.

Boswell, John (2017) Evidence-based policy-making: ultimately a myth, but one we should believe in. Democratic Audit UK (23 May 2017). Website.

C

Campion, Sonali and Taylor, Ros (2017) Audit 2017: how effectively is the representation of minorities achieved in UK public and political life? Democratic Audit UK (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Carnes, Nicholas and Lupu, Noam (2017) The rich get elected – but it’s not because voters necessarily prefer them. Democratic Audit UK (22 Feb 2017). Website.

D

Dahlberg, Stefan and Solevid, Maria (2017) Does political corruption put people off voting? (Not if it’s really bad). Democratic Audit UK (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Defty, Andrew (2017) Plagued by delays: the June election is bad news for the Intelligence and Security Committee. Democratic Audit UK (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Diamond, Patrick (2017) Three key lessons from Labour’s campaign – and how the party needs to change. Democratic Audit UK (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Diamond, Patrick (2017) The trouble with Jeremy Corbyn: five tests the Labour leader is failing. Democratic Audit UK (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Dryzek, John (2017) Gender equality in Parliament: how random selection could get us there. Democratic Audit UK (24 Mar 2017). Website.

F

Forestal, Jennifer (2017) Trolling democracy: anonymity doesn’t cause conflicts, bad site design does. Democratic Audit UK (04 May 2017). Website.

Franzmann, Simon (2017) A right-wing populist party founded by economists: the strange case of Germany’s AfD. Democratic Audit UK (06 Mar 2017). Website.

G

Ghose, Katie (2017) We’re taking back control – but who’s going to wield it? Democratic Audit UK (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Golder, Sona N., Stephenson, Laura B., van der Straeten, Karine, Blais, André, Bol, Damien, Harfst, Philipp and Laslier, Jean-François (2017) Good news: fielding women candidates doesn’t put parties at a disadvantage in elections. Democratic Audit UK (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Grossman, Emiliano and Sauger, Nicolas (2017) Why do the French hate their politicians so much? Democratic Audit UK (28 Feb 2017). Website.

H

Harvey, Malcolm (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic are the central institutions of devolved government in Scotland? Democratic Audit UK (11 May 2017). Website.

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

I

Irving Jackson, Pamela and Doerschler, Peter (2017) Multiculturalism is unpopular with the majority – even though it makes for happier societies. Democratic Audit UK (16 Jan 2017). Website.

J

James, Toby, Rennard, Chris and Dell, Josh (2017) Now they’re on a roll: how to get the missing millions onto the electoral register. Democratic Audit UK (08 Mar 2017). Website.

James, Toby, Rennard, Chris and Dell, Josh (2017) Too late for GE2017 – but now universities will have to play a role in registering students to vote. Democratic Audit UK (02 May 2017). Website.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2017) How UKIP’s election strategy is boosting Theresa May’s chances of a big majority. Democratic Audit UK (29 May 2017). Website.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2017) The case of the missing marginals: how big will May’s majority be? Democratic Audit UK (25 Apr 2017). Website.

K

Killock, Jim (2017) The Law Commission’s dangerous proposals would turn whistleblowers and journalists into ‘spies’. Democratic Audit UK (10 Mar 2017). Website.

Klaas, Brian (2017) Eleven ways Trump has violated democratic norms in his first month in power. Democratic Audit UK (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Klaas, Brian (2017) What to read in the age of Trump. Democratic Audit UK (20 Jan 2017). Website.

König, Pascal D. (2017) How the Eurosceptics brought down David Cameron: a serious case of supplier lock-in. Democratic Audit UK (16 May 2017). Website.

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Lahtinen, Hannu, Hiilamo, Heikki and Wass, Hanna (2017) If your parents didn’t vote, chances are you won’t either – unless you move up the social ladder. Democratic Audit UK (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Leslie, Patrick and Taflaga, Maria (2017) Marriage from hell: what can Australia’s coalition tell us about the Tory-DUP government? Democratic Audit UK (14 Jun 2017). Website.

M

Mansbridge, Jane and Taylor, Ros (2017) Lend us your ears: fixing the crisis of legitimacy in politics. Democratic Audit UK (05 Jun 2017). Website.

McKenzie, Lisa (2017) ‘Stuck in their ways’: how we blame the poor for their failure to embrace globalisation. Democratic Audit UK (15 Jun 2017). Website.

McLean, Dylan (2017) Shooting for freedom: what guns teach us about US political culture. Democratic Audit UK (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Milner, Susan (2017) Universal basic income and a tax on robots – the rise of French socialist candidate Benoît Hamon. Democratic Audit UK (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Mitchell, James (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic is local government in Scotland? Democratic Audit UK (24 May 2017). Website.

Morisi, Davide (2017) Risk-takers and referendums: what happens when voters are better-informed? Democratic Audit UK (24 Feb 2017). Website.

Mortimer, Josiah (2017) We need to make it easier for people to vote, not harder – and registering is still a big problem. Democratic Audit UK (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Mullin, Annabel (2017) Outsourcing democracy to an algorithm: the tyranny of the tactical voting site. Democratic Audit UK (27 Jun 2017). Website.

P

Pappas, Takis S. (2017) So-called ‘populist’ parties have many different grievances. Lumping them together won’t help defeat them. Democratic Audit UK (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Pappas, Takis S. (2017) They had a dream. Now Trump will scrub the melting pot clean. Democratic Audit UK (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Pattie, Charles, Johnston, Ron and Hartman, Todd K. (2017) Party canvassers don’t change people’s opinions, but they do persuade them to vote. Democratic Audit UK (31 May 2017). Website.

Pettitt, Robin (2017) Losing Momentum? The power struggles that are hobbling the Corbyn movement. Democratic Audit UK (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Pettitt, Robin (2017) No one won this General Election – and Labour’s internal wrangles are far from over. Democratic Audit UK (09 Jun 2017). Website.

Pettitt, Robin (2017) No ‘suicide note’: Jeremy Corbyn, not his manifesto, is what holds Labour back. Democratic Audit UK (17 May 2017). Website.

Poovey, Mary (2017) The post-fact world: six steps you can take to fight back. Democratic Audit UK (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Pow, James (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic is local government in Northern Ireland? Democratic Audit UK (20 Jun 2017). Website.

R

Reedy, Justin (2017) What if postal votes were a great way to boost political engagement? Democratic Audit UK (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Renwick, Alan (2017) What would voters be asked in a second EU referendum – and would they get it? Democratic Audit UK (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Roberts, Danielle (2017) ‘Mum-of-two, 40’: but women rise to the top in Northern Irish politics. Democratic Audit UK (11 Apr 2017). Website.

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Scheidel, Walter (2017) Throughout history, only violent and catastrophic events have significantly cut inequality. Democratic Audit UK (22 Mar 2017). Website.

Skarbek, David and Michaluk, Courtney (2017) When inmates make the rules (and enforce them): democracy in self-governing prisons. Democratic Audit UK (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Spencer, Nick (2017) She does God: Theresa May, a PM with strong views but little ideology. Democratic Audit UK (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Staite, Catherine (2017) Andy Street has just three years to unite the West Midlands under his mayoralty. Democratic Audit UK (08 May 2017). Website.

Stephenson, Mary-Ann (2017) Never mind NICs: gender budgeting reveals the Spring Budget’s true impact on poorer women. Democratic Audit UK (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Stockemer, Daniel and Sundström, Aksel (2017) Female cabinet picks: just one more way in which Trump is exceptional. Democratic Audit UK (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Sunstein, Cass R. (2017) A prison of our own design: divided democracy in the age of social media. Democratic Audit UK (03 Apr 2017). Website.

T

Temple, Luke (2017) To fend off populism, we must stop believing in the will of the people. Democratic Audit UK (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Terry, Chris (2017) Who’s going to hold the new metro mayors to account? Democratic Audit UK (03 May 2017). Website.

Touchton, Michael, Borges Sugiyama, Natasha and Wampler, Brian (2017) The Brazilian experience: democracy, at its fullest, saves lives. Democratic Audit UK (19 May 2017). Website.

W

Weale, Albert (2017) If you believe Brexit is a mistake, you have a democratic duty to oppose it. Democratic Audit UK (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Wheatley, Jonathan (2017) The “empty centre”: how voters’ views have polarised since 2015. Democratic Audit UK (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2017) Letting the sun shine in – for a while: why (most) US presidents embrace openness. Democratic Audit UK (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2017) Submarine May can’t slip back under the waves. Keeping Brexit negotiations secret is impossible. Democratic Audit UK (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Y

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

This list was generated on Tue Sep 21 05:57:36 2021 BST.