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Journal articles

2021: Trumm, S. "Online versus offline: Exploring the link between how candidates campaign and how voters cast their ballot". European Journal of Political Research, OnlineFirst. [link]


2021: Trumm, S. "Explaining support for Brexit among parliamentary candidates: The case of Wales". British Politics, 16/1: 58-73. [link] [manuscript]


2020: Milazzo, C., Townsley, J. and Townsley, J. "Crowdsourcing campaigns: A new dataset for studying British parties' election communications". Political Studies Review, OnlineFirst. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2020: Trumm, S., Milazzo, C. and Townsley, J. "The 2016 EU referendum: Explaining support for Brexit among would-be British MPs". Political Studies, 68/4: 819-836. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2020: Sudulich, L., Trumm, S. and Bridgewater, J. "Parliamentary representation: A cross-national study of candidates' views". Parliamentary Affairs, 73/3: 522-542[link] [post-print manuscript]


2019: Sudulich, L. and Trumm, S. "A comparative study of the effects of electoral institutions on campaigns". British Journal of Political Science, 49/1: 381-399. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2018: Trumm, S. "The 'new' wave of populist right-wing parties in Central and Eastern Europe: Explaining electoral support for the Conservative People's Party of Estonia". Representation, 54/4: 331-347. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2018: Trumm, S. "The best of both worlds? Evaluating the campaign behaviour of dual candidates". Electoral Studies, 56: 14-22. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2018: Trumm, S. and Sudulich, L. "What does it take to make it to the polling station? The effects of campaign activities on electoral participation". Party Politics, 24/2: 168-184. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2018: Trumm, S. "Representation in Wales: An empirical analysis of the policy divisions between voters and candidates". The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 20/2: 425-440. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2017: Trumm, S., Sudulich, L. and Townsley, J. "Information effect on voter turnout: How campaign spending mobilises voters". Acta Politica, 52/4: 461-478. [link] [pre-print manuscript]


2016: Trumm, S. "What does it take to get elected in a post-communist democracy? Explaining the success and failure of parliamentary candidates in Estonia". East European Politics and Societies, 30/1: 169-188. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2015: Trumm, S. "Voting procedures and parliamentary representation in the European Parliament". Journal of Common Market Studies, 53/5: 1126-1142. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2014: Bolleyer, N. and Trumm, S. "From parliamentary pay to party funding: The Acceptability of informal institutions in advanced democracies". European Journal of Political Research, 53/4: 784-802. [link] [post-print manuscript]


2013: Bolleyer, N., Trumm, S. and Banducci, S. "Towards and organizational perspective on party funding: Explaining financial transfers from MEPs to their national parties". European Journal of Political Research, 52/2: 237-263. [link] [post-print manuscript]

Other publications

2019: Trumm, S. "Renewed electoral pitch for independence in Wales". In D. Jackson, E. Thorsen, D. Lilleker and N. Weidhase (eds.) UK election analysis 2019: Media, voters and the campaign. Bournemouth: The Centre for Comparative Politics and Media Research. [link]


2011: Trumm, S. "Re-visioning Europe: Frontiers, place identities and journeys in debatable lands by Ullrich Kockel". Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 19/2: 311-312. [link]