• Hungry for power? Regional elites and the architecture of government 

      Tatham, Michael Robert; Bauer, Michael W. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      How can we better understand the architecture of government? Governmental structures are regularly altered by the dispersion of power upward and downward to supranational and subnational bodies. The preferences of citizens ...
    • Regional spillover into third-order European elections 

      Schakel, Arjan Hille (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Second-order election research clearly reveals that national incumbency impacts on European election outcomes but despite the increasing importance of regions few studies explore the impact of regional politics. I theorize ...
    • The territorial architecture of government 

      Tatham, Michael Robert; Hooghe, Liesbet; Marks, Gary (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      This article sets the stage for a special issue that examines the interplay between subnational and supranational governance. It begins by discussing how the territorial architecture of government has become more multilevel ...
    • Understanding bureaucratic support for coerced institutional change 

      Myksvoll, Thomas; Tatham, Michaël; Fimreite, Anne Lise (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Institutional reform processes can be contested. The more so by those working in the affected institutions. Bureaucracies, in particular, can be resistant to change. To better understand such processes, we study the regional ...