Journal Articles

  1. & The ties that bind: How the dominance of WeChat combines with guanxi to inhibit and constrain China’s contentious politics. New Media & Society, 146144481983007
  2. & Seeking Evidence for a Welsh Progressive Consensus: Party Positioning in the 2016 National Assembly for Wales Election. Parliamentary Affairs
  3. & The miracle of the markets: Identifying key campaign events in the Scottish independence referendum using betting odds. Electoral Studies 46, 39-47.
  4. & Internet Effects in Times of Political Crisis. Public Opinion Quarterly 80(2), 411-436.
  5. & Wired Voters: The Effects of Internet Use on Voters’ Electoral Uncertainty. British Journal of Political Science 45(04), 853-881.
  6. & Why bother campaigning? Campaign effectiveness in the 2009 European Parliament elections. Electoral Studies Forthcoming, n/a
  7. & Do voters follow the recommendations of voter advice application websites? A study of the effects of on its users' vote choices in the 2010 Dutch legislative elections. Party Politics Forthcoming, n/a
  8. & What are the Odds? Using Constituency-level Betting Markets to Forecast Seat Shares in the 2010 UK General Elections. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 22(1), 3-26.
  9. & How do candidates spend their money? Objects of campaign spending and the effectiveness of diversification. Electoral Studies 30(1), 91-101.
  10. & “Every Little Helps”: Cyber-Campaigning in the 2007 Irish General Election. Journal of Information Technology & Politics 7(4), 340-355.
  11. & ‘Rewarding the Wealthy’ versus ‘Looking After the Poor’: Affective Perception of ‘Right’ and ‘Left’ by Candidates in the 2007 Irish General Elections. Irish Political Studies 25(1), 95-106.
  12. & Matrix Revolutions? An analysis of party organization and ICT. Information, Communication & Society 13(4), 574-591.
  13. & Keeping Up with the Murphys? Candidate Cyber-campaigning in the 2007 Irish General Election. Parliamentary Affairs 62(3), 456-475.

Book Chapters

  1. The Impact of Voting Advice Applications on Vote Choice. In Matching Voters with Parties and Candidates: Voting Advice Applications in a Comparative Perspective. (pp. 115-129). Colchester: ECPR Press.
  2. & Voting Advice Applications and Campaign Actors: Mapping VAAs' Interactions With Parties, Media and Voters. In Matching Voters with Parties and Candidates: Voting Advice Applications in a Comparative Perspective. (pp. 67-79). Colchester: ECPR Press.
  3. & Courting but Not Always Serving: Perverted Burkeanism and the Puzzle of Irish Parliamentary Cohesion. In Richard Johnston and Campbell Sharman (Ed.), Parties and Party Systems: Structure and Context.