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Ahmad, F; (2012) Graduating towards marriage? Attitudestowards marriage and relationshipsamong university-educated BritishMuslim women. Culture and Religion: An Interdisciplinary Journal , 13 (2) pp. 193-210.


Cali, B; (2012) Specialized Rules of Treaty Interpretation: Human Rights. In: Hollis, DB, (ed.) The Oxford Guide to Treaties. (? - ?). Oxford University Press, USA


De Neve, J; Oswald, A, ; (2012) Happiness Pays: Using Sibling Fixed Effects to Estimate the Influence of Psychological Well-Being on Later Income. Presented at: Royal Economic Society Annual Conference, University of Cambridge.

Dowding, K; John, P; (2012) Exits, Voices and Social Investment. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.


Hazell, R; (2012) Appearance on Radio 4's Today programme on Scottish independence. BBC

Hazell, R; Yong, B; (2012) Inside story: How the Coalition really works. In: Kassim, H and Clarke, C and Haddon, C, (eds.) The Coalition: Voters, Parties and Institutions. (pp. 39-43). UEA Norwich

Heubaum, H.L.; (2012) Reframing the debate: agendas, framing coalitions and the politics of global climate change. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London).


Jubb, R; Kurtulmus, AF; (2012) No Country for Honest Men: Political Philosophers and Real Politics. Political Studies

Jubb, RSD; (2012) Tragedies of non-ideal theory. European Journal of Political theory , 11 (3) pp. 229-246. 10.1177/1474885111430611.


Kucik, J; (2012) The Domestic Politics of Institutional Design: Producer Preferences over Trade Agreement Rules. Economics & Politics


Meckled-Garcia, S; (2012) The Practice of Global Citizenship by Louis Cabrera. Perspectives on Politics , 10 (4)

Metternich, NW; Gleditsch, KS; Dorussen, H; Ruggeri, A; (2012) International dimensions of internal conflict. In: Elgar Handbook of Civil War and Fragile States. (pp. 214-222).

Mitchell, N; (2012) Democracy's Blameless Leaders: From Dresden to Abu Ghraib, How Leaders Evade Accountability for Abuse, Atrocity, and Killing. NYU Press


PROVOST, C; (2012) Governance and Voluntary Regulation. In: Levi-Faur, D, (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Governance.

PROVOST, C; Gieve, J; (2012) Ideas and Coordination in Policy Making: the Financial Crisis of 2007-2009. Governance , 25 (1)

Payne, J; Hazell, R; (2012) Lessons from European Parliament elections on open and closed lists and STV. UNSPECIFIED


Russell, M; (2012) Elected Second Chambers and Their Powers: An International Survey. The Political Quarterly , 83 (1)

Russell, M; (2012) The House of Lords and lessons for bicameralism. In: (Proceedings) Comparative bicameralism and lessons for Japanese bicameral reform.

Russell, M; (2012) The House of Lords and lessons for bicameralism. In: (Proceedings) Symposium on comparative bicameralism and lessons for Japanese bicameral reform.

Russell, M; Benton, M; Gover, D; Wollter, K; (2012) A Measurable Difference: Assessing the Westminster Parliament’s Impact on Government Legislation, 2005-2010. In: (Proceedings) The European Consortium of Political Research parliaments and legislatures conference.

Russell, M; Benton, M; Gover, D; Wollter, K; (2012) ‘A Parliament That Bows and Scrapes’?: The Westminster parliament’s impact on government legislation 2005-2010. In: (Proceedings) Political Studies Association conference.


Veiga, I; (2012) The Role of Coalitions in the Spanish and Portuguese transition to democracy 1974-1978. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London).


Ward, MD; Metternich, NW; Carrington, C; Dorff, C; Gallop, M; Hollenbach, F; Schultz, A; (2012) Geographical Models of Crises: Evidence from ICEWS. In: Schmorrow, DD and Nicholson, DM, (eds.) Advances in Design for Cross Cultural Activities. (pp. 429-438). CRC PressI Llc: Boca Raton, FL.

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