Jane Green
Jane Green
Professor of Political Science and British Politics, Nuffield College, University of Oxford
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Owning the issue agenda: Party strategies and vote choices in British elections
J Green, SB Hobolt
Electoral Studies 27 (3), 460-476, 2008
When voters and parties agree: Valence issues and party competition
J Green
Political Studies 55 (3), 629-655, 2007
The politics of competence: Parties, public opinion and voters
J Green, W Jennings
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Electoral shocks: The volatile voter in a turbulent world
E Fieldhouse, J Green, G Evans, J Mellon, C Prosser, H Schmitt, ...
Oxford University Press, 2021
The dynamics of issue competence and vote for parties in and out of power: An analysis of valence in Britain, 1979–1997
J Green, W Jennings
European Journal of Political Research 51 (4), 469-503, 2012
Report of the inquiry into the 2015 British general election opinion polls
P Sturgis, B Nick, C Mario, F Stephen, G Jane, W Jennings, K Jouni, ...
Market Research Society and British Polling Council, 2016
Has the British public depolarized along with political elites? An American perspective on British public opinion
J Adams, J Green, C Milazzo
Comparative Political Studies 45 (4), 507-530, 2012
Valence as macro-competence: An analysis of mood in party competence evaluations in Great Britain
J Green, W Jennings
British Journal of Political Science 42 (2), 311-343, 2012
Brexit or Corbyn? Campaign and inter-election vote switching in the 2017 UK general election
J Mellon, G Evans, E Fieldhouse, J Green, C Prosser
Parliamentary Affairs 71 (4), 719-737, 2018
Are voter decision rules endogenous to parties’ policy strategies? A model with applications to elite depolarization in post-Thatcher Britain
C Milazzo, J Adams, J Green
The Journal of Politics 74 (1), 262-276, 2012
British Election Study Internet Panel Waves 1–19
E Fieldhouse, J Green, G Evans, H Schmitt, C Van der Eijk, J Mellon, ...
British Election Study. https://www. britishelectionstudy. com/data-objects …, 2020
A test of core vote theories: The British Conservatives, 1997–2005
J Green
British Journal of Political Science 41 (4), 735-764, 2011
British election study internet panel waves
E Fieldhouse, J Green, G Evans, H Schmitt, C van der Eijk, J Mellon, ...
The University of Manchester, Manchester, 2015
Tremors but no youthquake: Measuring changes in the age and turnout gradients at the 2015 and 2017 British general elections
C Prosser, E Fieldhouse, J Green, J Mellon, G Evans
Electoral Studies 64, 102129, 2020
An Assessment of the Causes of the Errors in the 2015 UK Gseneral Election Opinion Polls
P Sturgis, J Kuha, N Baker, M Callegaro, S Fisher, J Green, W Jennings, ...
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 181 …, 2018
Party system fragmentation and single-party government: the British general election of 2015
J Green, C Prosser
West European Politics 39 (6), 1299-1310, 2016
What mattered most to you when deciding how to vote in the EU referendum
C Prosser, J Mellon, J Green
British Election Study 11 (7), 16, 2016
Strategic Recovery? The Conservatives Under David Cameron
J Green
Parliamentary Affairs 63 (4), 667-688, 2010
British Election Study, 2015: Face-to-Face Post-Election Survey
E Fieldhouse, J Green, G Evans, H Schmitt, C Van der Eijk, J Mellon, ...
UK Data Service, 2018
The gender backlash in the vote for Brexit
J Green, R Shorrocks
Political Behavior 45 (1), 347-371, 2023
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