Professor Richard Rose
U. of Strathclyde, Professor of Politics 1966‑2005, 2012-. Director, Centre for the Study of Public Policy, 1976-2005, 2012-
University of Aberdeen, Sixth Century Chair in Politics, 2005-11
Visiting Professor, European U. Institute, Florence, 1976-78, 2011-
Senior Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute 2003-5
Visiting Professor, Instituto Ortega y Gasset, Madrid, 2000
Visiting Professor, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, 1988-90
Hinkley Distinguished Professor, Johns Hopkins University, 1987
Visiting Fellow, Fiscal Affairs, International Monetary Fund, Washington, 1984
Visiting lecturer, Political Sociology, Cambridge University, 1967
Visiting lecturer, Political Science, U. of Illinois, 1962
Lecturer in Government, University of Manchester, 1961‑66
Reporter, St. Louis Post‑Dispatch, 1955‑57
Political public relations, Mississippi River Road, 1954‑55
DPhil in Social Studies, Oxford University, 1960. Lincoln and Nuffield colleges.
Postgraduate student, London School of Economics, 1953 54.
BA in comparative literature and drama, Johns Hopkins University, 1953. Trustee's Scholar, Phi Beta Kappa, Double distinction.
Honorary doctorate, European University Institute, Florence, 2010.
Sir Isaiah Berlin Lifetime Achievement Prize, Political Studies Association of UK 2009.
Dogan Foundation/ECPR Life Achievement Prize European Political Sociology 2009.
Lifetime Achievement Award of the International Council for the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems, 2008.
Honorary doctorate, Orebro University, Sweden, 2005.
Richard E. Neustadt Award, 2005. Co-author, best book on the presidency, The Executive Branch.
Lifetime Achievement Award of UK Political Studies Association 2000.
Fellow, Academy of the Learned Societies for the Social Sciences, 2000.
Lasswell Lifetime Achievement Award, Policy Studies Organization, 1999.
Honorary Foreign Member, American Academy of Arts & Sciences, 1994.
Fellow of the British Academy, 1992.
Robert Marjolin $25,000 AMEX Prize International Economics, 1992.
Honorary Vice President UK Political Studies Association, 1986.
Foreign member, Finnish Academy of Science and Letters, 1985.
Associate Fellow, Nuffield College Oxford 2003-05.
Wei Lun Visiting Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2000.
Max Planck Arbeitsgruppe für Transformationsprozesse, Berlin, 1996.
Visiting Fellow, Central European University Prague, 1992-95.
Ransone Lecturer in Public Administration, University of Alabama, 1990.
Harding Visitor in Political Science & Economics, University of Toronto, 1989.
Japan Foundation Visiting Scholar, Tokyo, 1984.
Shell Oil Distinguished Scholar, 1981.
American Enterprise Institute, Visiting Scholar, Washington, 1980.
Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, Summer, 1976.
Woodrow Wilson International Center Fellow, Washington, DC, 1974.
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1973 74.
American SSRC Fellow, Stanford University, 1967.
Scotland in the World Forum, Director, 2008-2011.
Specialist advisor, House of Commons Public Administration Committee, 2003
International advisor, Afrobarometer, 1999-; East Asian Values Barometer, 2000-.
Consultant, Council of Europe Venice Commission on Democratic Elections, 1999-
Chair, European Science Foundation Citizens in Transition Network, 1999-2001.
Transparency International, Research Advisory Committee, Berlin, 1998-
Consultant, International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA), Stockholm, 1997-
National Endowment for Democracy, International Forum for Democratic Studies Washington DC, 1997-
Steering Group, World Values Study, University of Michigan, 1995.
Research Associate, UN European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, Vienna, 1992-
Scientific Advisor, New Democracies Barometer, Paul Lazarsfeld Gesellschaft, Vienna, 1991-
World Bank Consultant, 1991-
Creator, New Russia, New Europe and New Baltic Barometers, post-Communist society surveys 1991-
UN Development Program Consultant, President of Colombia, 1990.
Founding Council member, Society for Advancement of Socio-Economics, 1989.
Journal of Public Policy, Chairman of Board, 1981-84, Editor, 1985-2011.
Consultant, OECD, 1980-.
International Political Science Association, Council, 1976 82; Co-director, World Congress Programme, Rio de Janeiro, 1982.
Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention, Consultant to Chair, 1976.
Chair, Work Group United Kingdom Politics, Political Studies Association, 1976-88
Home Office Working Party on the Electoral Register, Member, 1975-77.
Council of European Studies, Choice in Social Welfare Policy Committee 1974-77.
Co-Founder, British Politics Group USA, Executive Committee, 1974-96.
Director, International Social Science Council European Summer School, 1973.
Co-Founder, European Consortium for Political Research, Executive, 1970-1976.
United States-United Kingdom Fulbright Educational Commission 1970-75.
Secretary, Committee on Political Sociology, International Political Science/ International Sociological associations, 1970-85.
Current: Demokratizatsiya, Social Studies Review, SWS Rundschau (Vienna). Past: Journal of Public Policy (editor, 1985-2011), Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Studies, East European Constitutional Review, Governance, Political Studies, Policy Studies Journal, Sage Papers in Contemporary Political Sociology.
SEMINAR AND CONFERENCE PAPERS in 45 countries:
Papers to hundreds of national, European and international meetings in political science, sociology, public finance, public administration and public policy, etc., etc. in Albania, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, People's Republic of China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Taiwan, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
www.cspp.strath.ac.uk/, www.RussiaVotes.org, www.BalticVoices.org, www.socialcapital.strath.ac.uk: thousands of hits per month from more than 70 countries.
Over the decades contributor to The Times, Sunday Times, Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, New Society, Economist, Times Higher Education, and dailies, weeklies and monthlies in Britain and the United States. Election psephologist and broadcaster for BBC, ITN, STV (Scottish Television), RTE (Radio Telefis Eireann), etc.
TRANSLATIONS: 17 languages
French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Greek, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Arabic, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and in Samizdat.
RESEARCH GRANTS: from 13 countries plus intergovernmental agencies
World Bank, UNDP, UNESCO, European Commission, European Science Foundation, National Science Foundation, Ford Foundation, American Social Science Research Council, United States Institute of Peace, Exxon Education Foundation, American Enterprise Institute, British Economic & Social Research Council, Foreign Office Know How Fund, Nuffield Foundation, Survey of Race Relations, Joseph Rowntree Social Service Trust, Outer Circle Policy Unit, Northern Ireland Community Relations Commission, Public Finance Foundation, Canada Council, US Embassy Cultural Affairs London, French Embassy London, Volkswagen Foundation, Hans-Boeckler Stiftung, Anglo-German Foundation, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, Agnelli Foundation, Austrian National Bank, Bank of Sweden Jubilee Fund, Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan Foundation, Institute for Political Studies in Japan, IDEA Stockholm, Open Society Institute Budapest, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions Dublin, Fundaçao Francisco dos Santos, Lisbon.
CLUBS: Reform (London). Cosmos (Washington, DC).
BOOKS AUTHORED OR CO-AUTHORED
Representing Europeans: a Pragmatic Approach. Oxford University Press, in preparation.
Popular Support for an Undemocratic Regime: the Changing Views of Russians. (Cambridge University Press, 2011), with William Mishler and Neil Munro.
Understanding Post-Communist Transformation: A Bottom Up Approach. (London and New York: Routledge, 2009).
Parties and Elections in New European Democracies. (Colchester: ECPR Press, April, 2009), with Neil Munro.
Russia Transformed: Developing Political Support for a New Regime. (Cambridge University Press, 2006), with William Mishler and Neil Munro.
Learning from Comparative Public Policy: a Practical Guide. (London & New York: Routledge, 2005).
Elections and Parties in New European Democracies. (Washington DC: CQ Press, 2003) with Neil Munro.
Elections without Order: Russia's Challenge to Vladimir Putin, (Cambridge University Press, 2002), with Neil Munro.
The Prime Minister in a Shrinking World. (Oxford and Boston: Polity Press 2001).
International Encyclopedia of Elections, (Washington DC: Congressional Quarterly Press, and London: Macmillan, 2000), with collaborators.
Democracy and its Alternatives: Understanding Post-Communist Societies, (Oxford: Polity Press and Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998), with William Mishler and Christian Haerpfer. Romanian translation.
How Russia Votes, with Stephen White and Ian McAllister. (Chatham, NJ: Chatham House, 1997).
What is Europe? A Dynamic Perspective. (New York and London: Addison Wesley Longman, 1996).
Inheritance in Public Policy: Change without Choice in Britain. with Philip L. Davies (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1994).
Lesson-Drawing in Public Policy: A Guide to Learning Across Time and Space. (Chatham NJ: Chatham House, 1993).
The Loyalties of Voters : A Lifetime Learning Model with Ian McAllister (London and Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1990).
Training without Trainers? How Germany Avoids Britain's Supply-side Bottleneck, with Günter Wignanek (London: Anglo-German Foundation, 1990).
Ordinary People in Public Policy: A Behavioural Analysis. (London and Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1989).
The Postmodern President: The White House Meets the World (Chatham, NJ: Chatham House, 1988. 2nd ed., 1991). Translations in Spanish and Portuguese.
Taxation by Political Inertia, with Terence Karran (London: Allen & Unwin, 1987).
Ministers and Ministries: a Functional Analysis (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987).
Patterns of Parliamentary Legislation, with Denis Van Mechelen. (Aldershot: Gower, 1986).
Voters Begin to Choose: From Closed Class to Open Elections in Britain with Ian McAllister (London and Beverly Hills: Sage, 1986).
Public Employment in Western Nations by Richard Rose et al. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985; reprinted digitally, 2009).
Understanding Big Government: the Programme Approach (London and Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1984; Italian translation, Il Mulino, 1988; Spanish translation Colegio Nacional, Mexico).
The Nationwide Competition for Votes: the 1983 British Election with Ian McAllister (London: Frances Pinter and New York, Columbia University Press, 1984).
Understanding the United Kingdom: The Territorial Dimension in Government (London: Longmans and Chatham, NJ: Chatham House, 1982).
United Kingdom Facts with Ian McAllister (London: Macmillan and New York: Holmes and Meier, 1982).
Do Parties Make a Difference? (London: Macmillan and Chatham, NJ: Chatham House, 1980; expanded 2nd edition, 1984).
Can Government Go Bankrupt? with Guy Peters. (Basic Books, New York, 1978; London, Macmillan, 1979; Norwegian edition, 1979; Swedish edition, 1980).
What is Governing? Purpose and Policy in Washington (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1978).
Managing Presidential Objectives (New York: Free Press, 1976 and London: Macmillan, 1977).
Northern Ireland: A Time of Choice (London: Macmillan and Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute, 1976).
The Problem of Party Government (London: Macmillan and New York: Free Press, 1974; Penguin edition, 1976).
The International Almanac of Electoral History, with Thomas Mackie. London, Macmillan: 3 editions, 1974; 1982; 1991.
Governing Without Consensus: An Irish Perspective (London: Faber and Boston: Beacon Press, 1971).
People in Politics: Observations across the Atlantic (New York: Basic Books, and London: Faber, 1970).
Influencing Voters: A Study in Campaign Rationality (London: Faber and New York: St. Martins, 1967).
Politics in England. Boston: Little Brown 1964 and London: Faber 1965; 2nd edition, 1974, braille, 1975; in Japanese, 1979; 3rd edition, 1980; 4th edition, 1985; 5th edition, 1989, New York: Harper Collins and London: Macmillan.
Must Labour Lose? with Mark Abrams (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1960).
The British General Election of 1959 with D.E. Butler (London: Macmillan and New York: St. Martins, 1960; reprinted, Frank Cass, 1970; Macmillan, 1999).
EDITED BOOKS & SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS
The Internet and e-Governance in a Global Context, a special issue of the Journal of Public Policy, 25,1, 2005, 1-190.
Currency Choices in an Interdependent World, a special issue of the Journal of Public Policy, 22,2, 2002, 107-260, co-edited with Michael Artis.
Democratic Reform in International Perspective, a special issue of Parliamentary Affairs, 53,4, 2000, 623-736.
A Society Transformed: Hungary in Time-Space Perspective, edited by Rudolf Andorka, Tamas Kolosi, Richard Rose and Gyorgy Vukovich. (Budapest: Central European University Press, 1999).
Whatever Happened to Social Indicators: A Symposium. Journal of Public Policy, 9,4, 1989.
The Public Expenditure Process: Learning by Doing, edited by David Heald and Richard Rose. (London: Public Finance Foundation/Price Waterhouse, 1987).
The Welfare State East and West, edited by Richard Rose and Rei Shiratori (New York: Oxford University Press, 1986, and Japanese edition, 1990).
Fiscal Stress in Cities, edited by Richard Rose and Edward Page (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982; reprinted digitally, 2009).
The Territorial Dimension in United Kingdom Politics, edited by Peter Madgwick and Richard Rose (London: Macmillan and Atlantic City, NJ: Humanities Press, 1982).
Electoral Participation: a Comparative Analysis (London and Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1980).
Presidents and Prime Ministers, edited by Richard Rose and Ezra Suleiman. (Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute, 1980).
Challenge to Governance: Studies in Overloaded Polities (London and Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1980).
Britain: Progress and Decline, edited by William B. Gwyn and Richard Rose (London: Macmillan and New Orleans: Tulane University Press, 1980).
"The Policy Implications of Direct Elections", a special issue of Journal of Common Market Studies 17, 4 (1979), edited by Richard Rose and Helen Wallace.
Elections Without Choice, edited by Guy Hermet, Richard Rose and Alain Rouquié (London: Macmillan, 1978).
New Trends in British Politics, edited by Dennis Kavanagh and Richard Rose (London and Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1977).
Comparing Public Policies: edited by Jerzy Wiatr and Richard Rose (Warsaw: Polish Academy of Sciences & Ossolineum, 1977).
The Dynamics of Public Policy (Beverly Hills and London: Sage Publications, 1976).
Lessons from America (London: Macmillan, New York: Halsted/Wiley, 1974).
The Management of Urban Change in Britain and Germany (London and Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1974).
Electoral Behavior: a Comparative Handbook (New York: Free Press, 1974).
European Politics: A Reader, edited by Mattei Dogan and Richard Rose (Boston: Little, Brown and London: Macmillan, 1971).
"Social Structure, Party Systems and Voting Behavior", a special issue of Comparative Political Studies 2, 1 (1969) edited by Richard Rose and D.W. Urwin.
Policy-Making in Britain: a Reader in Government (London: Macmillan and New York: Free Press, 1969).
Studies in British Politics: a Reader in Political Sociology (London: Macmillan and New York: St. Martins, 1st ed., 1966; rev. 2nd ed., 1969; rev. 3rd ed., 1976).
"Comparative Political Finance", a special issue of the Journal of Politics 25, 4 (1963) edited by Richard Rose and A.J. Heidenheimer.
ACADEMIC JOURNAL ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
r* indicates article reprinted in one or more places.
"Evaluating Competing Criteria for Allocating Parliamentary Seats". Journal of Mathematical Social Sciences, 63, pp85-89, 2012 with P. Bernhagen and G. Borz.
"Representation in Parliamentary Democracies: The European Parliament as a Deviant Case". In Tatjana Evas, Ulrike Liebert, and Christopher Lord, eds., Multilayered Representation in the European Union, Nomos Verlag, 2012, 73-90.
"Political Trust and Distrust in Post-Authoritarian Contexts". In Sonja Zmerli, and Marc Hooghe, eds., Political Trust: Why Context Matters. ECPR Press, 2011, 117-140. with W. Mishler
"Micro-Economic Responses to a Macro-Economic Crisis: a Pan-European Perspective", Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 27, 3-4, 2011, 364-384.
The Allocation between EU Member States of Seats in the European Parliament. Brussels: European Parliament Directorate General for Internal Policies: Policy Department C: PE 432.760. Co-author.
The Internet Goes EFL (English as a Foreign Language). Washington DC: Brookings Institution Issues in Technology Innovation Report No. 5. January, http://www.brookings.edu/papers/2011/01_efl_rose.aspx
"Under What Circumstances Could Maximizing Turnout Alter an Election Result?", Representation, 46, 2, 2010, 119-138, with Ulrich Kohler.
r* "A Supply-Demand Model of Party System Institutionalization: the Russian Case", Party Politics, 2010. 16,6, 801-822, with William Mishler.
Evaluating the Quality of Society and Public Services. Dublin: European Foundation for Living and Working Conditions, 2010, with Kenneth Newton. 77 pp
r* "Experience versus Perception of Corruption: Russia as a Test Case", Global Crime 11, 2, 2010, 145-163 with William Mishler, and in Russian.
"Stresses and Opportunities of Transformation: the Impact on Health", Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 26,1, 2010, 80-100, with Martin Bobak.
"United Kingdom". In Dieter Nohlen and Philip Stover, eds. Elections in Europe: A Data Handbook. 2010. Baden Baden: Nomos, 2991-2034. with N. Munro.
"The Impact of Macro-Economic Shock on Russians", Post-Soviet Affairs, 26,1, 2010, with William Mishler.
"Associations between Different Dimensions of Religious Involvement and Self-rated Health in Diverse European Populations". Health Psychology, 29,2, 2010, 227-235, with Amanda Nicholson and Martin Bobak.
"Democratic and Undemocratic States". In C.W. Haerpfer, P. Bernhagen, R. Inglehart and C. Wlezen, eds., Democratization. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, 10-23.
"How Do Electors Respond to an Unfair Election?", Post-Soviet Affairs, 25,2, 2009, 118-136, with William Mishler.
"Association between Attendance at Religious Services and Self-Reported Health in 22 European Countries", Social Science and Medicine, 69,4, 2009, 519-528, with Amanda Nicholson and Martin Bobak.
The Quality of Life in Europe, 2003-2007. Dublin: European Foundation for Living & Working Conditions, with Neil Munro and Claire Wallace, 2009, 62 pp.
r* "Reaksia na transformatsii: tendentsii v rossiskom obschchestvennom mnenii", Vestnik Obshchestvennogo Mneniya 1, 99, January-March, 2009, 6-28.
"Evaluating Democratic Governance: a Bottom Up Approach to European Union Enlargement", Democratization, 15, 2, 2008, 251-271.
"Political Communication in a European Public Space: Language, the Internet and Understanding as Soft Power". Journal of Common Market Studies, 46, 2, March 2008, 451-475.
"Turkish Voters and Losers' Consent", Turkish Studies, 9, 2, June 2008, 363-78.
"Fair Treatment in a Divided Society: A Bottom Up Assessment of Bureaucratic Encounters in Latvia", Governance, 21, 1, 2008, 53-73, with David Galbreath.
"Do Russians See Their Future in Europe or the CIS?" Europe-Asia Studies, 60, 1, 2008, 49-66, with Neil Munro.
r* "Time Matters: Adapting to Transformation", Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 24, 1, 2008, 90-114 with W. Mishler and N. Munro; in A. Oleinik, ed., Reforming the State without Changing the Model of Power? London: Routledge, 2009, 91-115.
r* "What Would You Tell the President in Three Minutes about Iraq?", European Political Science, 7, 1, 2008, 78-83.
"Bridging the Gap Between Experience and Perception of Corruption". In Transparency International, 2007 Global Corruption Report. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, 328-332.
"A Pension Is Not a Person: The Portfolio of Resources of Older People". In Bernd Marin and Asghar Zaidi, eds., Mainstreaming Ageing: Indicators to Monitor Sustainable Policies. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007, 265-282.
"The Impact of President Putin on Popular Support for Russia's Regime", Post-Soviet Affairs, 23,2, 2007, 97-117.
"Political Behaviour in Time and Space". In Russell Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann, eds., Oxford Handbook of Political Behaviour. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007, 283-301.
The Quality of Life in Turkey. Dublin: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2007, with Yusuf Ziya Özcan.
"Going Public with Private Opinions: Are Post-Communist Citizens Afraid to Say What They Think?" Journal of Elections and Public Opinion, 17,2, 2007, 123-142.
"Generation, Age and Time: The Dynamics of Political Learning through Russia's Transformation", American Journal of Political Science, 51,4, 2007, 822-834, with William Mishler.
r* "Learning to Support New Regimes in Europe". Journal of Democracy, 18,3, 2007, 111-125.
r* "Is Russia Becoming a Normal Society?" Demokratizatsiya, 16,1, Winter 2008, 75-86. Russian, Levada Centre bulletin.
"Societal Characteristics and Health in the former Communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union: a Multi-Level Analysis". Journal Epidemiological & Community Health, 61, 2007, 990-996, with M. Bobak, M. Murphy and M. Marmot.
"Baltic Identities and Interests in a European Setting", with Sten Berglund and Neil Munro. In John McGarry and Michael Keating, eds. European Integration and the Minorities Question. London: Routledge, 2006, 308-328.
Participation in Civil Society. Dublin: First European Quality of Life Survey: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2006.
"Building Support for Market Economies in Post-Communist Europe: Has Globalization Helped or Hurt?", Kyoto Journal of Law and Politics, 3, 1, 2006, 109-131.
r* "Internet Diffusion Not Divide: a Proximity Model of Internet Take Off in Russia", Oxford Internet Institute Research Report No. 10, 2006.
"The Widening Trend in Mortality by Educational Level in Russia, 1980-2001", American Journal of Public Health, 96, 2006, 1293-1299, with M. Murphy, M. Bobak, A. Nicholson and M. Marmot.
"Changes in Smoking Prevalence in Russia, 1996-2004", Tobacco Control, 131-135, 2006, with M. Bobak, A. Gilmore, M. McKee and M. Marmot.
"What Are the Political Consequences of Trust? A Test of Cultural and Institutional Theories in Russia", Comparative Political Studies, 38,9, 2005, 1050-1078, with W. Mishler.
"Giving Direction to Government in Comparative Perspective". In Joel Aberbach and Mark A. Peterson, eds. The Executive Branch. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005, 72-99.
r* Language, Soft Power and Asymmetrical Internet Communication. Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute Research Report No. 7, 2005.
"Croatian Opinion and the EU's Copenhagen Criteria". London: Chatham House Briefing Paper BP 05/04, December, 2005.
"A Global Diffusion Model of e-Governance", Journal of Public Policy, 25,1, 2005, 5-27.
"Socio-economic Influences on Self-Rated Health in Russian Men and Women--a Life Course Approach", Social Science and Medicine, 61, 2005, 2345-2354, with A. Nicholson, M. Bobak, M. Murphy and M. Marmot.
"Alcohol Consumption is Associated with Increased All-cause Mortality in Russian Men and Women: a cohort study based on the mortality of relatives". WHO Bulletin 83, 2005, 812-819, with Amanda Nicholson, M. Bobak, M. Murphy and M. Marmot.
r* "Resigned Acceptance of an Incomplete Democracy: Russia's Political Equilibrium", Post-Soviet Affairs, 20, 3, 2004, 195-218, with. R. Rose, N. Munro and W. Mishler. And in Russian.
Insiders and Outsiders: New Europe Barometer 2004. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 404, 2005.
"Europe Expands, Turnout Falls: The Significance of the 2004 European Parliament Election". Stockholm: International IDEA Research Report,
"Health Service Utilisation in the former Soviet Union: Evidence from Eight Countries"., Health Services Research, 39,6, Part II, 2004, 1927-1949, with Dina Balabanova, M. McKee, J. Pomerleau and C. Haerpfer.
"Voter Turnout in the EU Member Countries". In Voter Turnout in Western Europe since 1945. Stockholm: International IDEA, 2003. 17-24.
"Governance in Russia: A View from the Bottom", Japanese Journal of Political Science, 4,2, 2004, 257-271.
"Prevalence of Smoking in Eight Countries of the Former Soviet Union: Results from the Living Conditions, Lifestyles and Health Study". Addiction 99, 12, 2004, 1577-1585, with J. Pomerleau, A. Gilmore, M. McKee and C. Haerpfer,
r* "When All Other Conditions Are Not Equal: The Context for Drawing Lessons". In C.J. Finer, ed., Social Policy Reform in China: Views from Home and Abroad. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003, 5-22.
"What's Wrong with Best Practice Policies--And Why Relevant Practices Are Better". In On Target? Government by Measurement. London: House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee HC 62-II, 2003, 307-317.
"Parties, Voters and Foreign Policy", In Vicki L. Hesli and William M. Reisinger, eds., The 1999-2000 Elections in Russia: Their Impact and Legacy. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003, 51-72, with S. L. White and Neil Munro.
"Social Shocks, Social Confidence and Health". In Judyth Twigg and Kate Schecter, eds., Social Capital and Social Cohesion in Post-Soviet Russia. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2003, 98-117.
"Determinants of Adult Mortality in Russia: Estimates from Sibling Data", Epidemiology 14,5, 2003, 603-611, with M. Bobak, M. Murphy and M. Marmot.
"A Decade of Change but Not Much Progress: How Russians are Coping". In Donald W. Kelley, ed., After Communism: Perspectives on Democracy. Fayetteville: U. of Arkansas Press, 2003, 61-88.
r* "Economies in Transformation: A Multi-Dimensional Approach to a Cross-Cultural Problem" East European Constitutional Review Fall-Winter 2003, 62-70, and in Russian.
"Do Health Control Beliefs Predict Behaviour in Russians?" Preventive Medicine, 37, 2003, 73-81, with F. Perlman, M. Bobak, A. Steptoe and M. Marmot.
r* "Putting Monetary Policy in its Political Place", Journal of Public Policy, 22, 2, 2002, 257-69.
"Digital Divide or Digital Diffusion?" Transition News-Letter (World Bank), 13, 4-5, 2002, 33-35.
r* "How Muslims View Democracy: A Central Asian Perspective", Journal of Democracy, 13,4, 2002, 102-111.
"Advancing into Europe? The Contrasting Goals of Post-Communist Countries". In Adrian Karatnycky, A. Motyl and A. Schnetzer, eds., Nations in Transit 2002. New York: Freedom House, 2002, 39-48.
"Barometryu Rossia", VCIOM Monitoring Bulletin, 6, 62, 2002, 14-19.
"Learning and Re-learning Regime Support: the Dynamics of Post-Communist Regimes", European Journal of Political Research, 41,1, 2002, 5-36, with William Mishler.
"Comparing Regime Support in Non-Democratic and Democratic Contexts", Democratization, 9,2, 2002, 1-20, with William Mishler.
"Desyatiletie sdvigov, no bez osobogo uspekha" (A Decade of Change but Not Much Progress), VCIOM Monitoring Bulletin, 4, 60, 2002, 27-36.
"Mortality Patterns in the Russian Federation: Indirect Technique using Widowhood Data", Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 80, 11, 2002, 876-881, with M. Bobak, M. Murphy, H. Pikhart, P. Martikainen and M. Marmot.
"Determinants of Inequalities in Self-Perceived Health in Ukraine". Social Science and Medicine, 55, 2002, 2177-88, with A. Gilmore and M. McKee.
"Democratization Backwards: The Problem of Third-Wave Democracies", British Journal of Political Science 31, 2, 2001, 331-35, with Doh Shin.
r* "How People View Democracy: A Diverging Europe", Journal of Democracy, 12, 1, 2001, 93-106.
"American Elections: A Surprising Mixture of Old and New", Guide to U.S. Elections. Washington DC: Congressional Quarterly, 2001, 4th ed., vol.1.
"When Government Fails: Social Capital in an Antimodern Russia". In B. Edwards, M. W. Foley and Mario Diani, eds., Beyond Tocqueville: Civil Society and Social Capital in Comparative Perspective. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England 2001, 56-69.
"Voting in a Floating Party System: the 1999 Duma Election", Europe-Asia Studies, 53, 3, 2001, 419-443, with Neil Munro and S.L. White.
"Political Support for Incomplete Democracies: Realist vs. Idealist Theories and Measures". International Political Science Review, 22,4, 2001, 303-320, with William Mishler.
"Prevalence and Determinants of Smoking in Belarus: A National Household Survey, 2000", European Journal of Epidemiology, 17, 2001, 245-53, with Anna B. Gilmore and M. McKee.
"Epidemiology of Smoking in Ukraine 2000", Journal of Preventive Medicine 33, 2001, 453-61, with A. Gilmore, A., M. McKee, and M. Telishevska.
"What Are the Origins of Political Trust? Testing Institutional and Cultural Theories in Post-Communist Societies". Comparative Political Studies, 34, 1, 2001, 30-62, with William Mishler.
"When and Why Does a Prime Minister Change?" In R.A.W. Rhodes, ed., Transforming British Government: Vol 2. London: Macmillan, 2000, 47-62.
"How Strong is Vladimir Putin's Support?" Post-Soviet Affairs, 16, 4, 2000, 287-312, with N. Munro and S. White.
"The End of Consensus in Austria and Switzerland", Journal of Democracy, 11,2, 2000, 26-40.
"Uses of Social Capital in Russia: Modern, Pre-Modern, and Anti-Modern", Post-Soviet Affairs, 16,1, 2000, 33-57.
"How Much Does Social Capital Add to Individual Health? A Survey Study of Russians", Social Science and Medicine, 51, 9, 2000, 1421-35.
"Demographic Shifts, Fiscal Pressures and Long-term Employment Opportunities". In Bernd Marin, Daniele Meulders and Dennis Snower, eds., Innovative Employment Initiatives. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000, 371-407.
"What Can We Learn from Abroad?" Parliamentary Affairs, 53, 4, 2000, 628-643.
r* "A Supply-Side View of Russia's Elections", East European Constitutional Review, 9, 2, Winter/Spring 2000, 53-59.
r* "Socioeconomic Factors, Material Inequalities and Perceived Control in Self-rated Health: Cross-sectional data from seven post-Communist countries", Social Science and Medicine, 51,9, 2000, 1343-1350, with M. Bobak, H. Pikhart, C. Hertzman and M. Marmot.
r* "Getting Things Done in an Anti-Modern Society: Social Capital Networks in Russia". In Partha Dasgupta and Ismail Serageldin, eds., Social Capital: A Multifaceted Perspective. Washington, DC: The World Bank, 1999, 147-171.
"William James Millar Mackenzie", Proceedings of the British Academy: 1998 Lectures and Memoirs. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy No. 101, 1999, 465-488.
"Five Years After the Fall: Trajectories of Support for Democracy in Post-Communist Europe". In Pippa Norris, ed., Critical Citizens: Global Support for Democratic Government. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, 78-99, with William Mishler.
"Tension between the Democratic Ideal and Reality: The Korean Example". In Pippa Norris, ed., Critical Citizens: Global Support for Democratic Government Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, 146-55, with Doh C. Shin and Neil Munro.
r* "Living in an Anti-Modern Society", East European Constitutional Review, 8, 2, 1999, 68-75.
"Electoral Systems and Outcomes in Central and Eastern Europe", New Trends in Electoral Law in a Pan-European Context. Strasbourg: Council of Europe European Commission for Democracy through Law, 1999, 50-65, with Tom Mackie (and in French).
r* "Another Great Transformation: Eastern Europe a Decade Later", Journal of Democracy, 10, 1, 1999, 51-56.
Young People in Politics: a Multi-Continental Survey. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 316, 1999, with Marta Lagos.
"Alcohol Consumption in a National Sample of the Russian Population",. Addiction, 94, 6, 1999, 857-866, with Martin Bobak, Martin McKee and Michael Marmot.
"Popular Response to Korean Democratization in Comparative Perspective". In Chung-in Moon and Jongryn Mo, eds., Democratization and Globalization in Korea. Seoul: Yonsei University Press, 1999, 329-348, with D.C. Shin.
"The Sound of One Hand Clapping: The World Moves Away from the White House", Presidential Studies Quarterly, 28,4, 1998, 844-50.
"The Long and the Short of Transformation in Central Europe". In R. Andorka, T., Kolosi, R. Rose and G. Vukovich, eds., A Society Transformed. Budapest: Central European University Press, 1999, 180-203.
"Scaling Change in Hungary". Tamás Kolosi and Rose. In R. Andorka, T., Kolosi, R. Rose and G. Vukovich, eds., A Society Transformed. Budapest: Central European University Press, 1999, 1-20.
"Making Good Use of Multi-National Surveys in Post-Communist Countries", In R. Walker and M.F. Taylor, eds., Information Dissemination and Access in Russia and Eastern Europe. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 1998, 178-186, with C. Haerpfer.
"What is the Demand for Price Stability in Post-Communist Countries?, Problems of Post-Communism, 45,2, 1998, 43-50.
"Negative and Positive Partisanship in Post-Communist Countries", Electoral Studies, 17, 2, 1998, 217-234, with William Mishler.
"Patterns of Smoking in Russia". Tobacco Control, 7, 1998, 22-26, with Martin McKee, Martin Bobak, V. Shkolnikov, Laurent Chenet and David Leon.
"Post-Communist Political Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe". In Political Change and Welfare Development in Central and Eastern Europe. Vienna: Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik, 1998, 11-36.
"Prospects for Democracy in Post-Communist Europe". In S. White, J. Batt and P.G. Lewis, eds., Developments in Central and East European Politics. London: Macmillan and Duke University Press, 2nd edition, 1998, 276-95.
r* "Trust, Distrust and Skepticism: Popular Evaluations of Civil and Political Institutions in Post-Communist Societies", Journal of Politics, 59, 2, 1997, 418-51
"Understanding Multi-Party Choice: The 1995 Duma Election". Europe-Asia Studies, 49, 5, 1997, 799-823, with Evgeny Tikhomirov and William Mishler.
"Social Capital in Civic and Stressful Societies". Studies in Comparative International Development, 32, 3, 1997, 85-111, with Christian Haerpfer and William Mishler.
r* "Where Are Post-Communist Countries Going?", Journal of Democracy, 8,3, 1997, 92-108.
A Decade of Election Results: Updating the International Almanac. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy, 1997, with T.T. Mackie.
"Evaluating Election Turnout", Voter Turnout from 1945 to 1997: A Global Report on Political Participation. Stockholm: Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, 1997, 35-47.
r* "Micro-economic Differences Between or Within Baltic Nationalities?". In Neil Hood, Robert Kilis and Jan-Erik Vahlne, eds.. Transition in the Baltic States: Micro-Level Studies. London: Macmillan, 1997, 109-128.
r* "The New Labour Government: On the Crest of a Wave". In Pippa Norris and Neil T. Gavin, eds., Britain Votes 1997. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997, 240-246.
"Is There a Perception of a Common Threat?". In Jeffrey Gedmin, ed., European Integration and American Interests. Washington DC: AEI Press, 1997, 149-55.
"Rights and Obligations of Individuals in the Baltic States", East European Constitutional Review, 6, 1, 1997.
"How Patient Are People in Post-Communist Societies?", World Affairs, 159, 3, 1997, 130-144.
r* "The Impact of a Ready-Made State". German Politics, 6,1, 1997, 100-121, with Christian Haerpfer.
"The Art of Writing About Politics". In Hans Daalder, ed., Comparative European Politics: the Story of a Profession. London and Washington: Pinter, 1997, 127-139.
"Communists, Privilege and Postcommunism in Russia", International Politics, 34,1, 1997, 79-95, with Ian McAllister and Stephen White.
"Testing the Churchill Hypothesis: Popular Support for Democracy and Its Alternatives". Journal of Public Policy, 16,1, 1996, 29-58, with William Mishler.
"The Academic as Policy Analyst". In The State, Politics and Health: Essays for Rudolf Klein. Edited by P. Day, D. Fox, R. Maxwell and E. Scrivens. Oxford: Blackwell, 1996, 167-185.
r* "Trajectories of Fear and Hope: The Dynamics of Support for Democracy in Eastern Europe". Comparative Political Studies, 28,4, 1996, 553-581, with William Mishler.
"Russia's Forced Choice Presidential Election", Post-Soviet Affairs, 12, 4, 1996, 351-379, with Evgeny Tikhomirov.
"Evaluating Benefits: the Views of Russian Employees". The Changing Social Benefits in Russian Enterprises. Paris: OECD, 1996, 39-60 (and in Russian).
"Is Money the Measure of Welfare in Russia?" Review of Income and Wealth, 42,1, 1996, 75-90, with Ian McAllister.
(In Russian) "Comparing and Contrasting Mass Response to Transformation in Eastern Europe and Russia", Economic and Social Change, VTsIOM Bulletin, 4, 1996, 13-24, with C. Haerpfer.
r* "German Responses to Regime Change: Culture, Economy or Context?" West European Politics, 19, 1, 1996, 1-27, with Edward Page.
"Ex-Communists in Post-Communist Societies", Political Quarterly, 67, 1, 1996, 14-25.
r* "Representation and Leadership in Post-Communist Political Systems", Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 12,2, 1996, 224-246, with William Mishler.
"Subjektive Bewertungen der Lebensverhältnisse in den östeuropäischen Transformationsstaaten und in Ostdeutschland". In W Glatzer, ed., Lebensverhältnisse in Osteuropa. Frankfurt am Main/New York: Campus, 1996, 11-30, with W. Seifert.
r* "Democracy and Enlarging the European Union Eastwards". Journal of Common Market Studies, 33,3, 1995, 427-450, with Christian Haerpfer.
"Freedom as a Fundamental Value", International Social Science Journal No. 145, 1995, 457-471 (and in Russian).
"Dynamics of Democratic Regimes". In J.E.S. Hayward and Edward C. Page, eds., Governing the New Europe. Oxford: Polity Press, 1995, 67-92.
r* "A Crisis of Confidence in British Party Leaders?", Contemporary Record, 9, 2, 1995, 273-93.
"Russia as an Hour-Glass Society: A Constitution without Citizens", East European Constitutional Review, 4,3, 1995, 34-42.
Pensioners, Gender and Poverty in the Baltic States. Washington DC: World Bank Paper No. IDP-151, 1995.
r* "Mobilizing Demobilized Voters in Post-Communist Societies", Party Politics 1,4, 1995, 549-563.
r* "Economic Conditions of Nationalities in the Baltics Compared" Post-Soviet Geography, 36,8, 1995, 476-495.
"Adaptation, Resilience, Destitution: Alternative Responses to Transition in Ukraine", Problems of Post-Communism, 42,6, 1995, 52-61.
r* "Materielle Lebensbedingungen und Einstellungen gegenüber Marktwirtschaft und Demokratie im Transformationsprozess". In H. Wollmann, H. Wiesenthal and F. Bönker, eds., Transformation Sozialistischer Gesellschaften: Am Ende des Anfangs. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1995, 277-298, with Wolfgang Seifert.
"Generational Effects on Attitudes to Communist Regimes: a Comparative Analysis", Post-Soviet Affairs, 11,1, 1995, 28-56, with Ellen Carnaghan.
"What Are We Trying to Measure in Post-Communist Economies?" In R. Holzmann, J. Gacs and G. Winckler, eds. Output Decline in Eastern Europe. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1995, 61-63.
"Consensus or Dissensus in Welfare Values in Post-Communist Societies?". European Journal of Political Research, 28,2, 1995, 203-224, with Toni Makkai.
"Making Progress and Catching Up: Comparative Analysis for Social Policymaking", International Social Science Journal, No.143, 1995, 113-26.
"Mass Reaction to Regime Change in Eastern Europe: Polarization or Leaders and Laggards". British Journal of Political Science, 24,2, 1994, 159-182, with William T.E. Mishler.
"Mass Response to Transformation in Post-Communist Societies". Europe-Asia Studies, 46,1, 1994, 3-28, with Christian Haerpfer.
r* "Aaron Wildavsky: Ein Mensch für die Ganze Welt", Public Budgeting and Finance, 14,1, 1994, 66-75. And in Naomi Caiden and Joseph White, eds., Budgeting, Policy, Politics: an Appreciation of Aaron Wildavsky. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1995, 63-72.
r* "Support for Parliaments and Regimes in the Transition toward Democracy in Eastern Europe". Legislative Studies Quarterly, 19,1, 1994, 5-32, with W.T.E. Mishler.
"Getting By Without Government: Everyday Life in Russia", Daedalus, 123, 3, 1994, 41-62.
"Postcommunism and the Problem of Trust", Journal of Democracy, 5,3, 1994, 18-30.
r* "Who Needs Social Protection in Eastern Europe? A Constrained Empirical Analysis of Romania". In Stein Ringen and Claire Wallace, eds., Societies in Transition: East-Central Europe Today. Aldershot: Avebury, 1994, 175-220.
"Conflict or Compromise in the Baltic States?" RFE/RL Research Report, 3, 28, 1994, 26-35, with William Maley.
New Democracies Barometer III: Learning from What Is Happening. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 230, 1994, with Christian Haerpfer.
Nationalities in the Baltic States: A Survey Study. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 222, 1994, with William Maley, Vilmorus, Lasopec and EMOR.
"Evaluating Presidents". In George Edwards III, John Kessel and Bert Rockman, eds. Researching the Presidency: Vital Questions, New Approaches. Pittsburgh: U. of Pittsburgh Press, 1993, 453-84.
r* "Comparing Welfare Across Time and Space" Annex II in Welfare in a Civil Society. Vienna: European Centre for Social Welfare Policy Report to European Ministers for Social Affairs, 1993, 293-366, and European Centre, Eurosocial Report No. 49, 1994.
"Bringing Freedom Back In: Rethinking Priorities of the Welfare State". In Catherine Jones, ed., New Perspectives on the Welfare State in Europe. London: Routledge, 1993, 221-41.
Ökonomische Verhaltensweisen und Politische Einstellungen im Vereinten Deutschland. Berlin: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin P93-109, 1993 with Wolfgang Seifert and Wolfgang Zapf.
"Il Welfare State in un'economia internationale aperta". In Maurizio Ferrera, ed. Stato Sociale e Mercato. Turin: Agnelli Foundation, 1993, 127-42.
"Contradictions between Micro and Macro-Economic Goals in Post-Communist Societies". Europe-Asia Studies, 45,3, 1993, 419-444.
How Russians Are Coping with Transition: New Russia Barometer II. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 216, 1993, with Irina Boeva and Viacheslav Shironin.
r* "Who Grows Food in Russia and Eastern Europe?". Post-Soviet Geography, 34, 2, 1993, 111-126, with Evgeny Tikhomirov.
"Periodisation in Post-War Britain: a Symposium", Contemporary Record, 6,1, 1992, 326-40.
"Long-Term Structural Change or Cyclical Fluctuations? The 1992 Election in Dynamic Perspective". Parliamentary Affairs 45,4 1992, 451-65.
"Eastern Europe's Need for a Civil Economy'. In Richard O'Brien, editor, Finance and the International Economy 6. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992, 4-16.
r* "Individual Taste or Collective Decision?". Journal of Social Policy, 21, 1992, 349-73, with Peter Falconer.
r* "Escaping Absolute Dissatisfaction: A Trial and Error Model of Change in Eastern Europe". Journal of Theoretical Politics 4,4, 1992, 371-93.
"Expressive Versus Instrumental Voting". In Dennis Kavanagh, editor, Electoral Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992, 114-140, with Ian McAllister.
'Das Subjektive Wirtschaftsklima in Ungarn, der CSFR und in Polen'. In P. Gerlich, F. Plasser and P.A. Ulram, eds., Regimewechsel. Vienna: Boehlau, 1992, 317-41, with Christian Haerpfer.
What are the Economic Consequences of PR? London: Electoral Reform Society 1992.
r* "Toward a Civil Economy?", Journal of Democracy, 3,2, 1992, 13-26.
New Democracies Between State and Market: a Baseline Report of Public Opinion. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy 204, 1992, with C. Haerpfer.
r* "Prime Ministers in Parliamentary Systems". West European Politics, 14,2 1991, 9-24.
"Electoral Reform: What are the Consequences?". In Frank Vibert, ed., Britain's Constitutional Future. London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 1991, 116-36.
"Is American Public Policy Exceptional?". In Byron Shafer, ed., Is America Different? New York: Oxford University Press, 1991, 187-221.
"The Presidency in a Changing International System". Presidential Studies Quarterly 21,4, 1991, 751-70, with Robert J. Thompson.
Between State and Market: Key Indicators of Transition in Eastern Europe. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 196, 1991.
r* "Comparing Forms of Comparative Analysis", Political Studies, 39,3, 1991, 446-62.
r* Too Much Reshuffling of the Cabinet Pack? London: Institute of Economic Affairs Inquiry No. 27.
"What Is Lesson-Drawing?", Journal of Public Policy, 11,1, 1991, 3-33.
"Prospective Evaluation through Comparative Analysis". In Paul Ryan, ed., International Comparisons of Vocational Education and Training. London: Falmer Press, 1991, 68-92.
"The Ups and Downs of Elections, or Look Before You Swing", PS, 24,1, 1991, 29-33.
"Votes and Markets: Designing Policies to Increase the Influence of Individuals", Australian Journal of Political Science, 26,3, 1991, 277-94.
"Organizing Issues In and Organizing Problems Out". In James P. Pfiffner, ed., The Managerial Presidency. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1991, 105-119.
Older Britons: A Survey. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 194, 1991, with Peter Falconer.
"Institutionalizing Professional Political Science in Europe: a Dynamic Model", European Journal of Political Research, 18, 1990, 581-603.
"Action in Adversity: Responses to Unemployment in Britain and Germany", West European Politics, 13,4 1990, 66-84, with Edward C. Page.
r* "Inheritance Before Choice in Public Policy", Journal of Theoretical Politics, 2,3 1990, 263-91.
"La Presidencia al servicio del pública", Reforma Administrativa: Informe del Presidente de la República. Bogota: Government Printing Office, 1990, Vol.13, 165-96.
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"Tactical versus Expressive Voting in Britain: Testing Schumpeter's Theory". In R. Sankiaho, ed., People and their Polities. Helsinki: Finnish Political Science Association, 1990, 214-34, with Ian McAllister.
"Welfare: the Public-Private Mix". In Sheila Kamerman and Alfred Kahn, eds., Privatization and the Welfare State. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1989, 73-95.
"Privatization as a Problem of Satisficing and Dissatisficing", American Review of Public Administration 19, 2, 1989, 97-118.
"Charges as Contested Signals", Journal of Public Policy 9, 3, 1989, 261-86.
"Under What Circumstances Do Political Institutions Matter?". In Hans-Hermann Hartwich, ed., Macht und Ohnemacht Politischer Institutionen. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1989, 370-86.
"Divisions that Unite Britain". In D. Kavanagh and A. Seldon, eds., The Thatcher Effect. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1989, 251-61.
"Le caratteristiche del pubblico impiego". In Giuseppe Pennella and Vincenzo Veneziano, eds., Le Retribuzioni nel pubblico Impiego. Bologna: Il Mulino, 1989, 29-110.
"Northern Ireland: the Irreducible Conflict". In J.V. Montville and H. Binnendijk, eds., Conflict and Peace-Making in Multi-Ethnic Societies. Washington DC: Foreign Service Institute, 1989, 133-50.
"Political Economy and Public Policy: the Problem of Joint Appraisal". In Warren J. Samuels, ed., Fundamentals of the Economic Role of Government. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press 1989, 157-66.
"How Exceptional is the American Political Economy?" Political Science Quarterly, 104, 1, Spring, 1989, 91-115.
r* "Privatization: a Question of Quantities and Qualities". In Gerhard Fels and George von Furstenberg, eds., A Supply-Side Agenda for Germany. Berlin: Springer, 1989, 247-77.
"Changing Markets" In James P. Pfiffner and R. Gordon Hoxie, eds., The Presidency in Transition. New York: Center for the Study of the Presidency, 1989, 271-287.
r* "Loyalty, Voice or Exit? Margaret Thatcher's Challenge to the Civil Service". In T. Ellwein, J.J. Hesse, R. Mayntz and F.W. Scharpf, eds., Jahrbuch zur Staats- und Verwaltungswissenschaft.. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 1988, 189-218.
"Do Parties Persist or Fail? The Big Trade-Off Facing Organizations". In Kay Lawson and Peter Merkl, eds., When Parties Fail. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1988, 533-58, with T.T. Mackie.
"The Growth of Government Organizations: Do We Count the Number or Weigh the Programmes?". In Colin Campbell and B. G. Peters, eds., Organizing Government, Governing Organizations . U. of Pittsburgh Press, 1988, 99-128.
r* "Comparative Policy Analysis: The Program Approach". In Mattei Dogan, ed., Comparing Pluralist Democracies. Boulder, Col.: Westview, 1988, 219-41.
"Are Programme Resources Related to Organizational Change?", European Journal of Political Research 16, 1, 1988, 73-98, with P.L. Davies.
"Social Structure and Party Alignment" and "Freezing of Party Alternatives". In Vernon Bogdanor, ed., Dictionary of Political Institutions. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1988, 575-78, 242-43.
"A House Divided: Political Administration in Britain Today".(SPP 158). Published as "Gran Bretagna" in Ettore Rotelli, ed., Le Relazioni fra Amministrazione e Partiti. Milan: Giuffre, 1988, 1645-1721.
r* "Présidents et premiers ministres: éléments de comparaison", Pouvoirs, 41, 1987, 5-25.
"The Political Appraisal of Employment Policies", Journal of Public Policy 7,3, 1987, 285-305.
"Giving Direction to Permanent Officials: Signals from the Electorate, the Market, Laws and Expertise". In Jan-Erik Lane, ed., Bureaucracy and Public Choice. London: Sage Publications, 1987, 210-229.
"Learning to Understand Democratic Government Better". In Peter Koslowski, ed., Individual Liberty and Democratic Decision Making. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 1987, 1-28.
"Learning to Govern or Learning to Campaign?" In Michael Nelson and Alexander Heard, eds., Presidential Selection. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1987, 53-73.
r* "Law as a Resource of Public Policy", Parliamentary Affairs 39,3, 1986, 297-314.
"Public Employment and Public Expenditure". In John Bristow and D. McDonagh, eds., Public Expenditure: the Key Issues. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 1986, 69-93.
r* "Steering the Ship of State". In Treasury and Civil Service Committee, Civil Servants and Ministers: Duties and Responsibilities. London: HMSO, HC 92-II, 1986, 301-14. Revised, British Journal of Political Science, 17,4, 1987, 409-33.
"British MPs: More Bark than Bite". In Ezra Suleiman ed., Parliaments and Parliamentarians. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1986, 8-40.
"Common Goals but Different Roles" and "The State's Contribution to the Welfare Mix in Britain". Chapters in R. Rose and R. Shiratori, eds., The Welfare State East and West. New York: Oxford University Press, 1986, 13-39, 80-106.
"The Job at the Top: the Presidency in Comparative Perspective" In George Edwards III, S. Shull and N. Thomas, eds., The American Presidency and Public Policy. Policy Studies Organization Symposium, U. of Pittsburgh, 1985, 3-21.
"Can the President Steer the American Economy?" Journal of Public Policy 5, 2, 1985, 267-80.
"The Programme Approach to the Growth of Government", British Journal of Political Science 15, 1, 1985, 1 28.
"From Government at the Centre to Nationwide Government: a Public Policy Analysis". In Yves Meny and Vincent Wright, eds., Centre Periphery Relations in Western Europe. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1985, 13 32.
"Germany: the Expansion of an Active State". In R. Rose et al. Public Employment in Western Nations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985, 126 62, with Klaus Dieter Schmidt.
"Opinion Polls as Feedback Mechanisms: From Cavalry Charge to Electronic Warfare". In Austin Ranney, editor, Britain at the Polls 1983. Durham: Duke University Press, 1985, 108 38.
"Getting by in Three Economies: the Resources of the Official, Unofficial and Domestic Economies". In Jan Erik Lane, ed., State and Market. London and Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1985, 103 41.
"National Pride in Cross National Perspective" International Social Science Journal 37, 1, 1985, 85 96.
"La responsabilité devant les électeurs et devant le marché: les choix offerts aux organisations publiques", Politiques et Management Public 3, 1, March, 1985, 49 77.
"Maximizing Tax Revenue While Minimizing Political Costs", Journal of Public Policy 5, 3, 1985, 289 320.
"Il Ruolo dello Stato nel 'Welfare Mix'. In Alessandro Baldassare, ed., I Limiti della Democrazia. Bari: Laterza, 1985, 143 169.
The Capacity of the President: A Comparative Analysis. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 130, 1984.
"Inertia or Incrementalism? A Long Term View of the Growth of Government". In A. Groth and L.L. Wade, eds., Comparative Resource Allocation. Beverly Hills and London: Sage Publications, 1984, 43 71, with Terence Karran.
"Electoral Systems: a Question of Degree or of Principle?". In Arend Lijphart and Bernard Grofman, eds., Choosing an Electoral System. New York: Frederick Praeger, 1984, 73 81.
European Parliament Constituencies in Britain in 1984. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 128, 1984, with Ian McAllister.
"The Political Status of Higher Civil Servants in Britain". In Ezra Suleiman, editor, Bureaucrats and Policy Making. New York: Holmes & Meier, 1984, 136 73.
"Can Political Conflict be Resolved by Social Change?" Journal of Conflict Research 27, 3, 1983, 533 557, with Ian McAllister.
r* "Still the Era of Party Government", Parliamentary Affairs 36, 3, 1983, 282 99.
"Central Local Relations and Law", Review article, Modern Law Review, 46, 1, 1983, 248 52.
Increasing Taxes, Stable Taxes or Both? The Dynamics of United Kingdom Tax Revenues since 1948. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy, No. 116, 1983, with Terence Karran.
"Disaggregating the Concept of Government". In Charles L. Taylor, ed., Why Governments Grow: Measuring Public Sector Size. Beverly Hills and London: Sage Publications, 1983, 157 76.
"Two and One Half Cheers for the Market in Britain" Public Opinion 6, 3, June/July 1983.
"The Public Policy Effects of Independence: Ireland as a Test Case". European Journal of Political Research 11, 2, 1983, 377 97, with Tom Garvin.
r* "Electoral Systems and Constitutions". In Vernon Bogdanor and D.E. Butler, eds. Democracy and Elections. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983, 20 45.
r* "Incumbency in Government: Asset or Liability?". In H. Daalder and P. Mair editors, Western European Party Systems. London and Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1983, 115 137, with Thomas T. Mackie.
"Why Ceilings Can't Be Put on Public Payrolls", Society 20, 6, 1983, 61 67.
"En Torno a las Opciones en los Sistemas electorales: Alternativas Politicas y Tecnicas", Revista de Estudios Politicos 34, July August 1983, 69 106.
"American Experience in Monitoring Efficiency and Effectiveness in Government". Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Civil Service. London: HMSO, 3rd Report from the Treasury and Civil Service Committee, HC 236 III, Appendix 6, 1982, with B. Guy Peters.
r* "Policy Research: What Universities Can Do", Political Quarterly 53, 2, 1982, 200 212.
"Chronic Instability in Fiscal Systems". In R. Rose and E. Page, editors, Fiscal Stress in Cities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982, 198 245, with E. Page.
"Can Government Control Itself?". In R. Rose and E. Page, editors, Fiscal Stress in Cities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982, 1 16, with E. Page.
"From Simple Determinism to Interactive Models of Voting", Comparative Political Studies 15, 2, 1982, 145 69.
"The British Conservative Party". In Roger Morgan and Stefano Silvestri, editors. Moderates and Conservatives in Western Europe. London: Heinemann, 1982, 94 116.
"Is the United Kingdom a State? Northern Ireland as a Test Case". In P. Madgwick and R. Rose, editors, The Territorial Dimension in United Kingdom Politics. London: Macmillan, 1982, 100 136.
"What if Anything is Wrong with Big Government?", Journal of Public Policy, 1, 1, 1981, 5 26.
"Toward Normality Public Opinion Polls in the 1979 Election". In Howard Penniman, editor, Britain at the Polls, 1979. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute, 1981, 177 209.
The Growth of Government: the United Kingdom since 1945 as a Template. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 94, 1981.
r* "Caratteristiche e modificazioni dell'occupazione nel settore pubblico". In A.C. Pignatelli, editor, Problemi di Amministrazione Pubblica. Rome: Formez, Quaderno No. 3, 1981, ll 134.
"Government against Sub Governments: a European Perspective on Washington". In R. Rose and E. Suleiman, editors, Presidents and Prime Ministers. Washington DC: American Enterprise Institute, 1980, 284 347.
"British Government: the Job at the Top". In R. Rose and E. Suleiman, editors, Presidents and Prime Ministers. Washington DC: American Enterprise Institute, 1980, 1 49.
"Misperceiving Public Expenditure: Feelings about 'Cuts'". In Charles H. Levine and Irene Rubin, editors, Fiscal Stress and Public Policy. Beverly Hills and London: Sage Publications, 1980, 203 30.
"Ordinary People in Extraordinary Economic Circumstances". In R. Rose, ed., Challenge to Governance. London and Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1980, 151 74.
Class Does Not Equal Party: the Decline of a Model of British Voting. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 74, 1980.
"From Steady State to Fluid State: the Unity of the Kingdom Today". In W.B. Gwyn and R. Rose, editors, Britain: Progress and Decline. London: Macmillan and New Orleans: Tulane University Press, 1980, 129 54.
"Pervasive Problems of Governing: an Analytic Framework". In Joachim Matthes, ed., Sozialer Wandel in Westeuropa. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 1979, 29 54.
United Kingdom Rankings: the Territorial Dimension in Social Indicators. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 44, 1979, with Ian McAllister and Richard Parry.
r* "Ungovernability: Is There Fire behind the Smoke?", Political Studies 27, 3, 1979, 351 70.
r* "Citizen Participation in the Electoral Process", Society, 16, 1, 1978, 43 48.
Is There a Concurring Majority about Northern Ireland?. Glasgow: U. of Strathclyde Studies in Public Policy No. 22, 1978, with Ian McAllister and Peter Mair
"Governo e Autorita nelle Democrazie Occidentali", Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica 8, 2, 1978, 213 42.
"Coping with the Economy: a Political Analysis". In Theo van Dugteren, ed., The Political Process: Can it Cope? Sydney: Australian Institute of Political Science, 1978, 1 32.
"Is Choice Enough? Elections and Political Authority". In G. Hermet, R. Rose and A. Rouquié, eds. Elections without Choice. London: Macmillan, 1978, 196 212.
"The United Kingdom as an Intellectual Puzzle". In Dean Jaensch, ed., The Politics of New Federalism. Adelaide: Australasian Political Studies Association, 1977, 21 34.
"British Politics since 1945: The Changing Field of Study". In D. Kavanagh and R. Rose, eds., New Trends in British Politics. London and Beverly Hills, Calif. Sage Publications, 1977, 9 28, with D. Kavanagh.
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