Van Hauwaert, S. M., Schimpf, C. H., & Azevedo, F. (2019). The measurement of populist attitudes: Testing cross-national scales using item response theory. Politics. Online first. [replication materials and supplementary information].
Van Hauwaert, S. M., Schimpf, C. H., & Dandoy, R. (2019). Populist demand, economic development and regional identity across nine European countries: exploring regional patterns of variance. European Societies. 21(2), 303-325. [replication materials and supplementary materials].
Van Hauwaert, S. M. (2019). On far right parties, master frames and trans-national diffusion: Understanding far right party development in Western Europe. Comparative European Politics. 17(1), 132-154.
Yoxon, B., Van Hauwaert, S. M., & Kiess, J. (2019). Picking on immigrants: a cross-national analysis of individual-level relative deprivation and authoritarianism as predictors of anti-foreign prejudice. Acta Politica, 54(3), 479–520. [replication materials].
Van Hauwaert, S. M., (2018). Modelling Trans-National Diffusion Mechanism between West-European Far Right Parties. Journal of European Integration. Online first.
Van Hauwaert, S. M., & English, P. (2018). Responsiveness and the macro-origins of immigration opinions: evidence from Belgium, France and the UK. Comparative European Politics. first online. [replication materials and supplementary information]. Also available via Harvard Dataverse here.
Van Hauwaert, S. M., & van Kessel, S. (2018). Beyond protest and discontent: A cross-national analysis of the effect of populist attitudes and issue positions on populist party support. European Journal of Political Research, 57(1), 68–92. [replication materials and supplementary information].
Van Hauwaert, S. M. (2015). An initial profile of the ideologically volatile voter in Europe: The multidimensional role of party attachment and the conditionality of the political system. Electoral Studies. 40(C), 87-101. [replication materials].
Van Hauwaert, S. M. (2014). Trans-national diffusion patterns and the future of far right party research: Independence vs. interdependence. European Journal of Futures Research, 2(1), 1-10.