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On this page you will find the most recent publications by members of the Department. This page is refreshed every four months. Publications for previous years can be found here: 2021, 2020; 2019.

Just published (1 September 2022)

Akkerman, Agnes, Roderick Sluiter & Katerina Manevska. Let’s take it outside: Seeking alternative targets for expressing dissent at work when voice is suppressed. Economic and Industrial Democracy online first: DOI: 0143831X211030330.

Akkerman, Agnes, Katerina Manevska, Kirsten Thommes & Roderick Sluiter. Losing What You Never Had How a Strike Changed Management's (Perception of Their) Network Position. In Bernd Brandl, Bengt Larsson, Alex Lehr, Oscar Molina (eds) Employment Relations as Networks Methods and Theory, London: Routledge 2022.

Bechter, Barbara, Bernd Brandl, Bernd. & Alex Lehr. The role of the capability, opportunity, and motivation of firms for using human resource analytics to monitor employee performance: A multi‐level analysis of the organisational, market, and country context. New Technology, Work and Employment. 2022. https://doi.org/10.1111/ntwe.12239

Bonfert, Bernd. ‘We need to organise millions of people’ – how Alter Summit and DiEM25 struggle to create a European ‘modern prince’. Globalizations (19)1, 2022, 102-117.

Bernd Brandl, Bengt Larsson, Alex Lehr, Oscar Molina (eds) Employment Relations as Networks Methods and Theory, London: Routledge 2022.

Brandl, Bernd, & Alex Lehr. International Networks and the Activities of Peak Employers' Associations Do As I Do?. In Bernd Brandl, Bengt Larsson, Alex Lehr, Oscar Molina (eds) Employment Relations as Networks Methods and Theory, London: Routledge 2022.

Brandl, B., Larsson, B., Lehr, A., & Molina, O. Conclusions and Outlook Structures, Actors and Mechanisms in Employment Relations. Employment Relations as Networks: Methods and Theory. In Bernd Brandl, Bengt Larsson, Alex Lehr, Oscar Molina (eds) Employment Relations as Networks Methods and Theory, London: Routledge 2022.

Eikenaar, Teun. Relating to moral injuries Dutch mental health practitioners on moral injury among military and police workers. Social Science & Medicine, (298), 2022, #114876.

Eimer, Thomas R. & Flavia Donadelli. Paradoxes of Ratification: The Nagoya Protocol and Brazilian State Transformations. The Journal of Environment and Development (31)1, 2022, 3-27.

Ellenbroek, Victor, Maurits Meijers & André Krouwel. Populist but Pluralist?: Populist Attitudes and Preferences for Political Pluralism in Parliament and Government. Parliamentary Affairs (2021). doi.org/10.1093/pa/gsab041

Gilhuis, Naomi, & Tine Molendijk. When the personal is academic: thoughts on navigating emotions in research on moral injury. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International Journal ahead-of-print (2022).

Gould, Lauren & Nora Stel. Strategic ignorance and the legitimation of remote warfare: The Hawija bombardments. Security Dialogue (53)1, 2022, 57-74.

Hameleers, Michael, Ans Brosius, Marquart, Franziska Goldberg, Andreas C. Goldberg, Erika van Elsas & Claes H. de Vreese. Mistake or Manipulation? Conceptualizing Perceived Mis-and Disinformation among News Consumers in 10 European Countries. Communication Research, 2021. DOI 0093650221997719.

Haverland, Markus & Reinout van der Veer, and Michal Onderco. Is this crisis different? Attitudes towards EU fiscal transfers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. European Union Politics (2022): online first 2022 DOI 14651165221112988.

Jansen, Giedo & Alex Lehr. On the outside looking in? A micro-level analysis of insiders’ and outsiders’ trade union membership. Economic and Industrial Democracy (43)1, 2022, 221-251.

Jeroense, Thijmen, Jorrit Luimers, Kristof Jacobs & Niels Spierings. Political social media use and its linkage to populist and postmaterialist attitudes and vote intention in the Netherlands. European Political Science, 2021, 1-23.

Joachim, Jutta & Andrea Schneiker. What does gender got to do with it? PMSCs and privatization of security revisited, Small Wars & Insurgencies (33)1-2, 2022, 196-223.

Joachim, Jutta & Andrea Schneiker Public or private? Blurring the lines through YouTube recruitment of military veterans by private security companies. New Media & Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/14614448211047951, 2022.

Justin, Peter Hakim & Willemijn Verkoren. Hybrid governance in South Sudan: the negotiated state in practice. Peacebuilding (10)1, 2022, 17-36.

Lacatus, Corina & Gustav Meibauer G. Crisis, rhetoric, and right-wing populist incumbency: An analysis of Donald Trump’s tweets and press briefings Government and Opposition DOI: 10.1017/gov.2021.34, 2021.

Lacatus, Corina, & Gustav Meibauer. ‘Saying it like it is’: Right-wing populism, international politics, and the performance of authenticity. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations on line first (2022): DOI: 13691481221089137.

Lehr, Alex. From Structures to Outcomes Network Mechanisms and Network Effects in Collective Bargaining. In Bernd Brandl, Bengt Larsson, Alex Lehr, Oscar Molina (eds) Employment Relations as Networks Methods and Theory, London: Routledge 2022

Manevska, Katerina, Roderick Sluiter & Agnes Akkerman. A world to win at work? An integrated approach to meaningful interethnic contact. In Markus M.L. Crepaz (ed.) Handbook on Migration and Welfare, Edward Elgar, 2022, pp. 382-405.

Meibauer, Gustav. Neorealism, Neoclassical Realism, and the Problem(s) of History. International Relations. Online first https://doi.org/10.1177/00471178211033943.

Molendijk, Tine. Warnings against romanticising moral injury. The British Journal of Psychiatry, (220), 2022, 1-3.

Molendijk, Tine, Moral Complexity of Military Deployment. In Daniela Schmitz Wortmeyer (ed) Deep Loyalties: Values in Military Lives, Information Age Publishing, 2022 pp. 177-189.

Molendijk, Tine. Moral Injury. The Psychological Impact of Morally Critical Situations, in Désirée Verweij, Peter Olsthoorn, and Eva van Baarle (eds), Ethics and Military Practice, Leiden: Brill, 2022, pp. 53–66.

Molendijk, Tine, Willemijn Verkoren, Annelieke Drogendijk, Martin Elands, Eric-Hans Kramer, Annika Smit & Désirée Verweij. Contextual dimensions of moral injury: An interdisciplinary review, Military Psychology, DOI: 10.1080/08995605.2022.2035643, 2022.

Polman, Daniel, Marjolein van Eerd. & Pieter Zwaan. Connecting the dots: a closer look at the linkage between EU implementation experiences and EU policy change. Journal of European Integration. (44)2, 2022, 207-224.

Roland, Aanor & Indra Römgens. Policy Change in Times of Politicization: The Case of Corporate Taxation in the European Union. Journal of Common Market Studies (60)2, 2022, 355-373.

Romero-Vidal, Xavier & Steven M. van Hauwaert. Polarization Between the Rich and the Poor? The Dynamics and Structure of Redistributive Preferences in a Comparative Perspective. International Journal of Public Opinion Research https://doi.org/10.1093/ijpor/edab015. 2021.

Sijstermans, Judith, & Steven M. Van Hauwaert. "Belgium: Against the Government and Its Parties,(Not So Much) with the People." In Nils Ringe and Lucio Renn (eds) Populists and the pandemic: How Populists Around the World Responded to COVID-19. Routledge, 2022. Pp. 250-261.

Sluiter, Roderick, Katerina Manevska & Agnes Akkerman. The Impact of Network Ties on Worker Voice. In Bernd Brandl, Bengt Larsson, Alex Lehr, Oscar Molina (eds) Employment Relations as Networks Methods and Theory, London: Routledge 2022

Spruyt, Bram, Matthijs Rooduijn & Andrej Zaslove. Ideologically consistent, but for whom? An empirical assessment of the populism-elitism-pluralism set of attitudes and the moderating role of political sophistication. Politics DOI 02633957211017763. 2021.

Swedlund, Haley. Narratives and Negotiations in Foreign Aid: How Post Genocide Rwanda uses narratives to Influence post Genocide Perceptions of Power. In Fen Osler Hampson and Amrita Narlikar (eds) International Negotiations and Narratives. A Comparative Study, London: Routledge 2022.

Tamirace Fakhoury & Nora Stel. EU Engagement with Contested Refugee Returns in Lebanon: The Aftermath of Resilience, Geopolitics DOI: 10.1080/14650045.2022.2025779. 2022.

Turolla, M., Swedlund, H. J., Schut, M., & Muchunguzi, P. “Stop Calling Me a Youth!”: Understanding and Analysing Heterogeneity Among Ugandan Youth Agripreneurs. Africa Spectrum, online first 2022. DOI 00020397221105292.

Van Baalen, Sebastian & Niels Terpstra. Behind enemy lines: State-insurgent cooperation on rebel governance in Côte d’Ivoire and Sri Lanka, Small Wars & Insurgencies, online first 2022. DOI: 10.1080/09592318.2022.2104297

Van der Meer, Tom, C. Wagenaar & Kristof Jacobs. The rise and fall of the Dutch referendum law (2015–2018): initiation, use, and abolition of the corrective, citizen-initiated, and non-binding referendum. Acta Politica (57)1, 2022, 96–116.

Van der Veer, Reinout A. Walking the Tightrope: Politicization and the Commission's Enforcement of the SGP, Journal of Common Market Studies (60)1, 2022, 81-100.

Van Leeuwen, Bart. Is architecture relevant for political theory? European Journal of Political Theory online first https://doi.org/10.1177/14748851211063672. 2021.

Van Leeuwen, Mathijs, Gillian Mathys, Lotje de Vries & Gemma van der Haar. From resolving land disputes to agrarian justice – dealing with the structural crisis of plantation agriculture in eastern DR Congo. The Journal of Peasant Studies (49)2, 2022, 309-334.

Verbeek, Bart-Jaap, Embedded Neoliberalism and the Legitimacy of the Post-Lisbon European Union Investment Policy, Politics and Governance, (10)3, 2022, 110-120.

Verweij, Désirée, Peter Olsthoorn & Eva van Baarle (eds), Ethics and Military Practice, Leiden: Brill, 2022.

Verweij, Désirée. Introduction. Ethics and Military Practice. In Désirée Verweij, Peter Olsthoorn, and Eva van Baarle (eds), Ethics and Military Practice, Leiden: Brill, 2022, pp. 1-14.

Werner, Hannah & Kristof Jacobs. Are Populists Sore Losers? Explaining Populist Citizens' Preferences for and Reactions to Referendums. British Journal of Political Science (52)3 (2022): 1409-1417.

Wieringa, Rein & Maurits J Meijers. New kids on the ballot: The party-level determinants of new party success. Party Politics (28)1, 2022, 137-148.

Wigger, Angela. The New EU Industrial Policy and Deepening Structural Asymmetries: Smart Specialisation Not So Smart, Journal of Common Market Studies, online first 2022, https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.13366

Wigger, Angela. Continuing to fight the beast of the apocalypse: final reasons for a Critical Political Economy approach to Global Political Economy. Global Political Economy (1)1, 2022: 188-196.

Wissenburg, Marcel. Sustainability, Democracy and the Value of Freedom. In Basil Bornemann, Henrike Knappe, and Patricia Nanz (eds), The Routledge handbook of Democracy and Sustainability. London: Routledge, 2022.

Wissenburg, Marcel. The Plague, the Anthropocene, and COVID-19. In Pegah Mossleh (ed.) Corona Phenomenon: Philosophical and Political Questions. Leiden: Brill, 2022, pp. 215-221.