In press

Eelco Harteveld, Wouter van der Brug, Sarah de Lange & Tom van der Meer. Multiple roots of the populist radical right: support for the Dutch PVV in cities and the countryside. European Journal of Political Research. 📄

Recent working papers

Eelco Harteveld and Markus Wagner. Does affective polarization increase turnout? Download here.

Eelco Harteveld. Ticking all the boxes. A comparative study of social sorting and affective polarization. Download here.

Published articles

Eelco Harteveld. Fragmented foes: affective polarization in the multiparty context of the Netherlands. Electoral Studies, 71. 📄

Wouter van der Brug & Eelco Harteveld (2021). The conditional effects of the refugee crisis on immigration attitudes and nationalism. Available online at European Union Politics.

Eelco Harteveld, Andrej Kokkonen, Jonas Linde & Stefan Dahlberg (2021). A tough trade-off? The asymmetrical impact of populist radical right inclusion on satisfaction with democracy and government. Available on line at European Political Science Review.

Floris Vermeulen, Eelco Harteveld, Anja van Heelsum & Aad van der Veen (2020). The potential of immigrant parties: insights from the Dutch case. Acta Politica, 55(3), 432-453.

Eelco Harteveld, Stefan Dahlberg, Andrej Kokkonen & Wouter van der Brug (2019). Social stigma and support for the populist radical right: an experimental study. Scandinavian Political Studies, 42(3-4), 296-307.

Eelco Harteveld, Stefan Dahlberg, Andrej Kokkonen & Wouter van der Brug (2019). Gender differences in vote choice: social cues and social harmony as heuristics. British Journal of Political Science 49, 1141–1161.

Eelco Harteveld, Joep Schaper, Sarah L. de Lange & Wouter van der Brug (2018). Blaming Brussels? The impact of (news about) the refugee crisis on attitudes towards the EU and national politics. Journal of Common Market Studies, 58(1), 157-177.

Eelco Harteveld & Elisabeth Ivarsflaten (2018). Why women avoid the radical right: Internalized norms and party reputations. British Journal of Political Science, 48(2), 369-384.

Eefje Steenvoorden & Eelco Harteveld (2017). The appeal of nostalgia: the influence of societal pessimism on support for populist radical right parties. West European Politics, 41(1), 28-52 .

Eelco Harteveld, Andrej Kokkonen & Stefan Dahlberg (2017). Adapting to party lines: the effect of party affiliation on attitudes to immigration. West European Politics,40(6), 1177-1197.

Eelco Harteveld (2016). Winning the ‘losers’ but losing the ‘winners’? The electoral consequences of the radical right moving to the economic left. Electoral Studies, 44, 225-234.

Eelco Harteveld & Stefan Dahlberg (2016). Left–right ideology as an inferential device in multiparty systems: Can citizens overcome low information by imputing parties’ policy positions? Electoral Studies, 42, 175-187.

Kokkonen, Andrej, Stefan Dahlberg, Eelco Harteveld & Wouter van der Brug (2015). Group gender composition and tolerance of immigrants’ rights. European Sociological Review, 31(1), 65-76.

Harteveld, Eelco, Wouter van der Brug, Stefan Dahlberg, & Andrej Kokkonen (2015). The gender gap in populist radical-right voting: examining the demand side in Western and Eastern Europe. Patterns of Prejudice, 49(1-2), 103-134.

Eelco Harteveld, Catherine E. de Vries & Tom van der Meer (2013). In Europe we trust? Exploring three logics of trust in the European Union. European Union Politics, 14(4), 542-565.

Book chapters

Wouter van der Brug, Eelco Harteveld & Jaap van Slageren (2020). Party Government and voters. In Robert Rohrschneider and Jacques Thomassen (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Political Representation in Liberal Democracies.