Publications

2017

A Comparative Study of the Eects of Electoral Institutions on Campaigns.

with Siim Trumm. British Journal of Political Science. Forthcoming, 2017.

 

2016

What does it take to make it to the polling station?

 with Siim Trumm. Party Politics . Doi: 10.1177/1354068816647209. Online First: May 2016.

2015

The Politicisation of Immigration in the Netherlands. Joost Berkhout, Laura Sudulich and Wouter van der Brug, in The Politicization of Migartion, van der Brug, D'Amato, Ruedin and Berkhout (eds). Routledge 2015. 

 

2014

Wired Voters: The Effects of Internet Use on Voters’ Electoral Uncertainty..

with Matthew Wall and Leonardo Baccini. British Journal of Political Science 2015


Party placement in supranational elections: The case of the 2009 EP elections.

With Alexander H. Trechsel, Diego Garzia
In Matching Voters with Parties and Candidates, Garzia Diego and
Stefan Marschall (eds), ECPR Press.  2014.

The importance of method in the study of the ‘political Internet’..

With Marta Cantijoch, Rachel Gibson, Matthew Wall  and Stephen Ward .
In Analyzing Social Media Data and Web Networks: New Methods for Political Science Gibson R., Cantijoch M. and Ward S.(eds), Palgrave, 2014.

2013

Why bother campaigning? Campaign effectiveness in the 2009 European Parliament elections.

 with Matthew Wall and David Farrell, Electoral Studies, 32 (2013), pp. 768-778.

 

Do ethos, ideology, country and electoral strength make a difference in cyberspace?

In Politics in Comparative Perspective: Views from the Cloud: Nixon P., Rawal R. and Mercea D.(eds) Routledge, 2013

2012

What are the odds? Using online betting markets to predict the 2010 UK election result. [Abstract].

with Matthew Wall and Kevin Cunningham. Journal of Elections Public Opinion and Parties, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp. 3-26 (2012).

Can the Internet reinvent democracy? [Abstract].

Can the Internet reinvent democracy? Irish Political Studies, Volume 26, Issue 4,pp. 563-577, (2011).

2011

Internet Explorers.

Matthew Wall and Maria Laura Sudulich, (2011). Internet Explorers. The On-line Campaign, in How Ireland voted 2011, Michael Gallagher and Michael Marsh (eds), Palgrave McMilland, pp. 89-106.

2010

"Every little helps". Cyber campaigning in the 2007 Irish General Election.

"Every little helps". Cyber campaigning in the 2007 Irish General Election, with Matthew Wall. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp. 340-355, (2010).

'Rewarding the Wealthy versus Looking after the Poor'. [Abstract].

with MatthewWall. Irish Political Studies, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 95-106, (2010).

Matrix Revolutions? An analysis of party organization and ICT use by political parties in the Republic of Ireland.

with Matthew Wall. Information, Communication and Society, Volume 13, Issue 4, pp. 574-591, (2010)

2009

Picking your party online – An investigation of Ireland's first online voting advice application..

with Matthew Wall, Rory Costello and Enrique Leon. Information Polity, Volume 14, Issue 3, pp. 203-218, (2009).

Keeping up with Murphys, Candidate cyber-campaigning in the 2007 Irish General Election.

with Matthew Wall. Parliamentary Aff airs, Volume 63, Issue 3, pp. 456-475, (2009).

Challengers to Traditional E-Government.

Paul G. Nixon, Atje Grebner and Maria Laura Sudulich. Challengers to Traditional E-Government in Understanding E-Government in Europe: Issues and Challenges, Paul G. Nixon, V. Koutrakou R. Rawal (eds), pp. 235-251, Routledge (2009).

No year

Campaign effectiveness in a comparative perspective.

Presented at EPOP, 2013, Lancaster, UK.

Public Opinion in times of crisis.

with Jean-Benoit Pilet. Presented at ECPR 2014, Glasgoow, Scotland.

The European Parliament elections of 2014 - the e-book.

Laura Sudulich: Netherlands, Ireland and UK: Euroscepticism does (not) triumph