Book

 Meyer, Thomas M. (2013). Constraints on Party Policy Change. Colchester: ECPR Press.


Journal articles

Plescia, Carolina, Thomas M. Meyer, and Alejandro Ecker (forthcoming). ‘Do party supporters accept policy compromises in coalition governments?’ European Journal of Political Research.

 

Huber, Lena M., Anita Bodlos, Elisabeth Graf, and Thomas M. Meyer (forthcoming). ‘Disseminating legislative debates: How legislators communicate the parliamentary agenda.’ Party Politics. DOI: 10.1177/1354068820982555

 

Meyer, Thomas M., and Markus Wagner (forthcoming). ‘Issue engagement across members of parliament: the role of issue specialization and party leadership.’ Legislative Studies Quarterly. DOI: 10.1111/lsq.12308

 

Giebler, Heiko, Thomas M. Meyer, and Markus Wagner (2021). ‘The changing meaning of left and right: supply- and demand-side effects on the perception of party positions.’ Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31(2): 243-262. DOI: 10.1080/17457289.2019.1609001.

 

Sieberer, Ulrich, Thomas M. Meyer, Hanna Bäck, Andrea Ceron, Albert Falcó-Gimeno, Isabelle Guinaudeau, Martin Ejnar Hansen, Kristoffer Kolltveit, Tom Louwerse, Wolfgang C. Müller, and Thomas Persson (2021). ‘The political dynamics of portfolio design in European democracies.’ British Journal of Political Science 51(2): 772–787. DOI: 10.1017/S0007123419000346.

 

Meyer, Thomas M., and Markus Wagner (2020). ‘How voters perceive parties’ left-right positions: the impact of parties’ salience strategies.’ Party Politics 26(5): 664-674. DOI: 10.1177/1354068818806679

 

Ecker, Alejandro, and Thomas M. Meyer (2020). ‘Coalition bargaining duration in multiparty democracies.’ British Journal of Political Science

50(1): 261-280. DOI: 10.1017/S0007123417000539

 

Meyer, Thomas M., Martin Haselmayer, and Markus Wagner (2020). ‘Who gets into the papers? Party campaign messages and the media.’ British Journal of Political Science 50(1): 281-302. DOI:10.1017/S0007123417000400

 

Ecker, Alejandro, and Thomas M. Meyer (2019). ‘Fairness and qualitative portfolio allocation in multiparty governments.’ Public Choice 181: 309-330. DOI: 10.1007/s11127-019-00658-8.

 

Haselmayer, Martin, Thomas M. Meyer, and Markus Wagner (2019). ‘Fighting for attention: Media coverage of negative campaign messages.’ Party Politics 25(3): 412-423. DOI: 10.1177/1354068817724174

 

Meyer, Thomas M., and Markus Wagner (2019). ‘It sounds like they are moving: understanding and modelling emphasis-based policy change.’ Political Science Research and Methods 7(4): 757-774. DOI:10.1017/psrm.2017.30

 

Ennser-Jedenastik, Laurenz, Thomas M. Meyer, and Markus Wagner (2018). ‘The relevance of empirical political science in Austria: Ask important questions, study them rigorously, and let people know.’ Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 47(3). DOI: 10.15203/ozp.2740.vol47iss3

 

Ennser-Jedenastik, Laurenz, and Thomas M. Meyer (2018). ‘The impact of party cues on manual coding of political texts.’ Political Science Research and Methods 6(3): 625-633. DOI: 10.1017/psrm.2017.29

 

Haselmayer, Martin, Markus Wagner, and Thomas M. Meyer (2017). ‘Partisan bias in message selection: media gatekeeping of party press releases.’ Political Communication 34(3): 367-384. DOI: 10.1080/10584609.2016.1265619

 

Markus Wagner, and Thomas M. Meyer (2017). ‘The radical right as niche parties? The ideological landscape of party systems in Western Europe, 1980-2014.’ Political Studies 65(1): 84-107. DOI: 10.1177/0032321716639065

 

Meyer, Thomas M., and Markus Wagner (2016). ‘Issue engagement in election campaigns: the impact of electoral incentives and organizational constraints.’ Political Science Research and Methods 4(3) 555-571. DOI: 10.1017/psrm.2015.40

 

Ecker, Alejandro, Konstantin Glinitzer, and Thomas M. Meyer (2016). ‘Corruption performance voting and the electoral context.European Political Science Review 8(3): 333-354. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1755773915000053

 

Meyer, Thomas M. and Daniel Strobl (2016). ‘Voter perceptions of coalition policy positions in multiparty systems.’ Electoral Studies 41(2): 80-91. DOI: 10.1016/j.electstud.2015.11.020.

 

Ecker, Alejandro and Thomas M. Meyer (2015). ‘The duration of government formation processes in Europe.’ Research & Politics. 2(4). DOI: 10.1177/2053168015622796.

 

Wagner, Markus and Thomas M. Meyer (2015). ‘Negative issue ownership.’ West European Politics 38(4): 797-816. DOI: 10.1080/01402382.2015.1039380

 

Ecker, Alejandro, Thomas M. Meyer, and Wolfgang C. Müller (2015). ‘The distribution of individual cabinet positions in coalition governments – A sequential approach’. European Journal of Political Research 54(4): 802-818. DOI: 10.1111/1475-6765.12108

 

Meyer, Thomas M. and Bernhard Miller. (2015). ‘The niche party concept and its measurement.’ Party Politics 21(2): 259-271. DOI: 10.1177/1354068812472582

 

Wagner, Markus and Thomas M. Meyer (2014). ‘Which issues do parties emphasise? Salience strategies and party organisation in multiparty systems’. West European Politics 37(5): 1019-1045. DOI: 10.1080/01402382.2014.911483

 

Meyer, Thomas M. and Wolfgang C. Müller (2014). ‘Testing theories of party competition – The Austrian case.’ Party Politics 20(5): 802–813.

 

Meyer, Thomas M. and Marcelo Jenny (2013). ‘Measuring error for adjacent policy position estimates: Dealing with uncertainty using CMP data.’ Electoral Studies. 32(1): 174-185.

 

Meyer, Thomas M. and Wolfgang C. Müller (2013). ‘The issue agenda, party competence and popularity: An empirical analysis of Austria 1989–2004.’ Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties. 23(4): 484-500.

 

Meyer, Thomas M., and Markus Wagner (2013). ‘Mainstream or niche? Vote-seeking incentives and the programmatic strategies of political parties.’ Comparative Political Studies. 46(10): 1246-1272.

 

Meyer, Thomas M. (2012). ‘Dropping the unitary actor assumption: The impact of intra-party delegation on coalition governance.’ Journal of Theoretical Politics. 24(4): 485–506.

 

Müller, Wolfgang C., and Meyer, Thomas M. (2010). ‘Meeting the Challenges of Representation and Accountability in Multi-party Governments.’ West European Politics, 33(5): 1065-1092.

 


Chapters in edited volumes

Meyer, Thomas, and Markus Wagner (2020). ‘The rise of populism in modern democracies’ in: Robert Rohrschneider and Jacques Thomassen (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Political Representation in Liberal Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 563-581.

 

Backlund, Anders, Alejandro Ecker, and Thomas M. Meyer (2019). ‘The Economic and Political Context of Coalition Politics in Central Eastern Europe’ in: Torbjörn Bergman, Gabriella Ilonszki, and Wolfgang C. Müller (eds.) Coalition Governance in Central Eastern Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 60-85.

 

Bodlos, Anita, Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik, Matin Haselmayer, Thomas M. Meyer, and Wolfgang C. Müller (2018). ‘The Austrian Election of 2017: An Election Won in the Long Campaign’ in: Brigid Laffan and Lorenzo Cicchi (eds.) 2017: Europe’s Bumper Year of Elections. Florence: European University Institute: 151-172.

 

Wagner, Markus, and Thomas M. Meyer (2018). ‘Decades Under the Influence: How Europe's Parties Have Been Shifting Right.’ Foreign Affairs, April 4, 2018.

 

Giebler, Heiko, and Thomas M. Meyer (2016). ‘Links und rechts im Kontext: Die Einschätzung von Parteipositionen in Zeiten des WandelsWZB Mitteilungen, 154: 18-20.

 

Kleinen-von Königslow, Katharina, Thomas M. Meyer, Ramona Vonbun, Markus Wagner, and Anna Katharina Winkler (2014). ‘Die Sachthemen im Wahlkampf’ in: Sylvia Kritzinger, Wolfgang C. Müller and Klaus Schönbach (eds.) Die Nationalratswahl 2013. Wie Parteien, Medien und Wählerschaft zusammenwirken. Wien: Böhlau: 39-65.

 

Budge, Ian, Michael D. McDonald and Thomas M. Meyer (2013). ‘Validated Estimates versus Dodgy Adjustments’ in: Andrea Volkens, Judith Bara, Ian Budge, Michael McDonald and Hans-Dieter-Klingemann (eds.) Mapping Policy Preferences from Texts: Statistical Solutions for Manifesto Analysts. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 69-84.

 

Budge, Ian and Thomas M. Meyer (2013). ‘The Best Tools to Tackle the Job’ in: Andrea Volkens, Judith Bara, Ian Budge, Michael McDonald and Hans-Dieter-Klingemann (eds.) Mapping Policy Preferences from Texts: Statistical Solutions for Manifesto Analysts. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 9-32.

 

Budge, Ian and Thomas M. Meyer (2013). ‘Understanding and Validating the Left-Right Scale’ in: Andrea Volkens, Judith Bara, Ian Budge, Michael McDonald and Hans-Dieter-Klingemann (eds.) Mapping Policy Preferences from Texts: Statistical Solutions for Manifesto Analysts. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 85-106.

 

Müller, Wolfgang C., and Meyer, Thomas M. (2010). ‘Mutual Veto? How Coalitions Work’, in Thomas König, George Tsebelis and Marc Debus (eds.) Reform processes and policy change: Veto players and decision-making in modern democracies. New York: Springer, 99-124.