Publications

  • Birch, S. & Dennison, J. (2017, forthcoming), 'How do protest voters choose?' in Party Politics

  • Dennison, J. & Draege, J. (2017, forthcoming), 'Making Sense of the 2016 Italian Constitutional Referendum' in Mediterranean Politics

  • Dennison, J. & Goodwin, M. (2017, forthcoming), ‘The Radical Right in the United Kingdom’ in eds. Rydgren, J. The Oxford Handbook of the Radical Right. Oxford: Oxford University Press

  • Evans, G, Carl, N and Dennison, J (2017, forthcoming) 'Brexit: The Causes and Consequences of the UK's decision to leave the EU' in Crises of Europe

  • Dennison, J (2016) ​​The Greens in British Politics: Protest, Anti-Austerity and the Divided LeftBasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

  • Dennison, J (2015) ‘The Other Insurgency? The Greens and the Election’ in Parliamentary Affairs, 68 (1): 188-205

  • Dennison, J and Goodwin, M (2015) ‘Immigration, Issue Ownership and the Rise of UKIP’ in Parliamentary Affairs, 68 (1): 168-187

Research in Progress

  • 'European but not European Enough: Explaining Brexit' (monograph with Professor Geoff Evans and Noah Carl)

  • 'Mobilisation and within individual variation in voter turnout'

  • 'Socialisation and within individual variation in voter turnout'

  • 'Political context and within individual variation in voter turnout'

  • 'The Rational Choice Model and within individual variation in voter turnout'

  • ​'Political psychology and within individual variation in voter turnout'

  • 'Financial Well-Being and Turnout' - old version found here

  • 'In search of non-random individual-level within variation in political interest'

  • 'Europhoria, 1986 - 1992: Explaining Britain's Pro-European Moment'

  • 'Electoral Dynamics in Singapore'

  • 'Explaining the Green Surge'

  • 'The Greens in Scottish Politics'

Teaching

Research Projects

Blog posts and press​


James Dennison

Last updated: 01/01/2017

Telephone: 0044 7543125962

​james.dennison@eui.eu

Research Fellow at the Migration Policy Centre, European University Institute, Florence

Author: The Greens in British Politics: Protest, Anti-Austerity and the Divided Left

My main research interests are political participation, elections and European politics. My thesis looks at the causes of individual-level within variance in turnout at national elections. I'm also interested in the new political cleavages and changing party systems of Europe, particularly the growth of UKIP and the Green Party of England and Wales.