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R&R 1. Does EU judicial intervention increase euroscepticism? Experimental evidence from Spain (with Daniel Devine). – submitted September 2020
R5. Homonegative attitudes after Obergefell v. Hodges. Quasi-experimental evidence of anticipatory backlash from Israel – submitted December 2020.
R4. Where is the Party? Explaining Positions on Same-sex Marriage in Europe among Would-be MPs (with Scott Siegel and Brian Ohlinger) – submitted November 2020.
R2. Economic Interventions, Economic Perceptions and Political Support During the Eurozone Crisis (with Daniel Devine). – submitted April 2020