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Steven M. Van Hauwaert
Steven M. Van Hauwaert
Associate Professor in Comparative Politics
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Beyond protest and discontent: A cross‐national analysis of the effect of populist attitudes and issue positions on populist party support
SM Van Hauwaert, S Van Kessel
European Journal of Political Research 57 (1), 68-92, 2018
5462018
The populist citizen: Empirical evidence from Europe and Latin America
CR Kaltwasser, SM Van Hauwaert
European Political Science Review 12 (1), 1-18, 2020
1702020
The measurement of populist attitudes: Testing cross-national scales using item response theory
SM Van Hauwaert, CH Schimpf, F Azevedo
Politics 40 (1), 3-21, 2020
962020
Informed, uninformed or misinformed? A cross-national analysis of populist party supporters across European democracies
S Van Kessel, J Sajuria, SM Van Hauwaert
West European Politics 44 (3), 585-610, 2021
642021
6 Public opinion surveys
SM Van Hauwaert, CH Schimpf, F Azevedo
The ideational approach to populism: Concept, theory, and analysis, 2018
48*2018
Populist demand, economic development and regional identity across nine European countries: exploring regional patterns of variance
SM Van Hauwaert, CH Schimpf, R Dandoy
European Societies 21 (2), 303-325, 2019
412019
In‐group solidarity or out‐group hostility in response to terrorism in France? Evidence from a regression discontinuity design
SM Van Hauwaert, RA Huber
European Journal of Political Research 59 (4), 936-953, 2020
312020
Picking on immigrants: a cross-national analysis of individual-level relative deprivation and authoritarianism as predictors of anti-foreign prejudice
B Yoxon, SM Van Hauwaert, J Kiess
Acta Politica 54 (3), 479-520, 2019
272019
On far right parties, master frames and trans-national diffusion: understanding far right party development in Western Europe
SM Van Hauwaert
Comparative European Politics 17 (1), 132-154, 2019
222019
Responsiveness and the macro-origins of immigration opinions: Evidence from Belgium, France and the UK
SM Van Hauwaert, P English
Comparative European Politics 17 (6), 832-859, 2019
142019
Trans-national diffusion patterns and the future of far right party research: Independence vs. interdependence
SM Van Hauwaert
European Journal of Futures Research 2 (1), 1-10, 2014
142014
Polarization Between the Rich and the Poor? The Dynamics and Structure of Redistributive Preferences in a Comparative Perspective
X Romero-Vidal, SM Van Hauwaert
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 34 (1), edab015, 2022
92022
Thinking outside the box: the political process model and far right party emergence
SM Van Hauwaert
Journal of Contemporary European Studies 29 (1), 84-98, 2021
82021
How citizens’ conceptions of democracy relate to positive and negative partisanship towards populist parties
C Wegscheider, C Rovira Kaltwasser, SM Van Hauwaert
West european politics 46 (7), 1235-1263, 2023
62023
Contentious politics and congruence across policy and public spheres: the case of Muslims in France
M Cinalli, SM Van Hauwaert
Ethnic and Racial Studies 44 (14), 2532-2550, 2021
62021
An initial profile of the ideologically volatile voter in Europe: The multidimensional role of party attachment and the conditionality of the political system
SM Van Hauwaert
Electoral Studies 40, 87-101, 2015
62015
Riding the wave of success: the role of trans-national diffusion mechanisms in the development of far right parties
SM Van Hauwaert
Journal of European Integration 41 (4), 507-523, 2019
5*2019
Pathways to Power: The Political Representation of Citizens of Immigrant Origin in Belgium (BE-PATHWAYS)
SM Van Hauwaert, C Janssen
Cologne: GESIS Data Archive, 2017
42017
Immigration as a thermostat? Public opinion and immigration policy across Western Europe (1980–2017)
SM Van Hauwaert
Journal of European public policy 30 (12), 2665-2691, 2023
22023
Belgium: Against the Government and Its Parties,(Not So Much) with the People
J Sijstermans, SM Van Hauwaert
Populists and the Pandemic, 250-261, 2022
22022
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