Parties, Elections, and Political Behaviour Simon Hix, Clifton van der Linden, Joanna Massie, Mark Pickup, and Justin Savoie (2023) Where is the EU-UK Relationship Heading? A Conjoint Survey Experiment of Brexit Trade-Offs, European Union Politics 24(1) 184-205. Tarik Abou-Chadi and Simon Hix (2021) Brahmin Left versus Merchant Right? Education, Class, Multiparty Competition, and Redistribution in Western Europe, British Journal of Sociology 72(1) 79-92. Simon Hix, Eric Kaufmann and Thomas J. Leeper (2021) Pricing Immigration, Journal of Experimental Political Science 8(1) 63-74. Giacomo Benedetto, Simon Hix and Nicola Mastrorocco (2020) The Rise and Fall of Social Democracy, 1918 to 2017, American Political Science Review 114(3) 928-939. Matthew Goodwin, Simon Hix and Mark Pickup (2020) For and Against Brexit: A Survey Experiment of the Impact of Campaign Effects on Public Attitudes toward EU Membership, British Journal of Political Science 50(2) 481-495. Simon Hix and Abdul Noury (2018) Power Versus Ideology: Political Group Switching in the European Parliament, Legislative Studies Quarterly 43(4) 551-594. Simon Hix and Michael Marsh (2011) Second-Order Effects Plus Pan-European Political Swings: An Analysis of European Parliament Elections Across Time, Electoral Studies 30(1) 4-15. Simon Hix, Bjørn Høyland and Nick Vivyan (2010) From Doves to Hawks: A Spatial Analysis of Voting in the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England, European Journal of Political Research 49(6) 731-758. Simon Hix and Michael Marsh (2007) Punishment or Protest? Understanding European Parliament Elections, Journal of Politics 69(2) 495-510. Amie Kreppel and Simon Hix (2003) From ‘Grand Coalition’ to Left-Right Confrontation: Explaining the Shifting Structure of Party Competition in the European Parliament, Comparative Political Studies 36(1/2) 75-96. Matthew Gabel and Simon Hix (2005) Understanding Public Support for British Membership of the Single Currency, Political Studies 53(1) 65-81. Matthew Gabel and Simon Hix (2002) Defining the EU Political Space: An Empirical Study of the European Elections Manifestos, 1979-1999, Comparative Political Studies 35(8) 934-964. Simon Hix (1999) Dimensions and Alignments in European Union Politics: Cognitive Constraints and Partisan Responses, European Journal of Political Research 35(1) 69-106. Electoral Systems, Legislative Politics, and Democratic Institutions Jon Fiva and Simon Hix (2021) Electoral Reform and Strategic Coordination, British Journal of Political Science 51(4) 1782-1791. Simon Hix (2020) Remaking Democracy: Ireland as a Role-Model – The 2019 Peter Mair Lecture, Irish Political Studies 35(4) 585-601. Bjørn Høyland, Sara B. Hobolt and Simon Hix (2019) Career Ambitions and Legislative Participation: The Moderating Effect of Electoral Institutions, British Journal of Political Science 49(2) 491-512. Simon Hix, Abdul Noury and Gérard Roland (2018) Is There a Selection Bias in Roll Call Votes? Evidence from the European Parliament, Public Choice 176(1-2) 211-228. Thomas Däubler and Simon Hix (2018) Ballot Structure, List Flexibility and Policy Representation, Journal of European Public Policy 25(12) 1798-1816. Jack Blumenau, Andrew C. Eggers, Dominik Hangartner and Simon Hix (2017) Open/Closed List and Party Choice: Experimental Evidence from the UK, British Journal of Political Science 47(4) 809-827. Simon Hix, Rafael Hortala-Valve and Guillem Riambau-Armet (2017) The Effects of District Magnitude on Voting Behavior, Journal of Politics 79(1) 356-361. Simon Hix and Abdul Noury, (2015) Government-Opposition or Left-Right? The Institutional Determinants of Voting in Legislatures, Political Science Research and Methods 4(2) 249-273. John M. Carey and Simon Hix (2013) Consequences of Electoral Rules for Patterns of Redistribution and Regulation, Perspectives on Politics 11(3) 820-824. John M. Carey, Simon Hix, Mala Htun, Shaheen Mozzafar, G. Bingham Powell and Andrew Reynolds (2013) Political Scientists as Electoral System Engineers, Perspectives on Politics 11(3) 827-840. John M. Carey and Simon Hix (2013) District Magnitude and Representation of the Majority’s Preferences: A Comment and Reinterpretation, Public Choice 154(1-2) 139-148. John M. Carey and Simon Hix (2011) The Electoral Sweet Spot: Low-Magnitude Proportional Electoral Systems, American Journal of Political Science 55(2) 383-339. Hae-Won Jun and Simon Hix (2010) Electoral Systems, Political Career Paths and Legislative Behavior: Evidence from South Korea’s Mixed-Member System, Japanese Journal of Political Science 11(2) 153-171. Hae-Won Jun and Simon Hix (2009) Party Competition in the Parliamentary Arena: The Case of the Korean National Assembly, Party Politics 15(6) 667-694. Giacomo Benedetto and Simon Hix (2007) The Rejected, the Dejected and the Ejected: Explaining Government Rebels in the 2001-2005 British House of Commons, Comparative Political Studies 40(7) 755-781. Simon Hix (2004) Electoral Institutions and Legislative Behavior: Explaining Voting Defection in the European Parliament, World Politics 56(1) 194-223. [Won APSA Longley Prize for best article on Representation & Electoral Systems.] Simon Hix (2002) Parliamentary Behavior with Two Principals: Preferences, Parties, and Voting in the European Parliament, American Journal of Political Science 46(3) 688-698. Simon Hix (2002) Constitutional Agenda-Setting Through Discretion in Rule Interpretation: Why the European Parliament Won at Amsterdam, British Journal of Political Science 32(2) 259-280. Simon Hix (2001) Legislative Behaviour and Party Competition in the European Parliament: An Application of Nominate to the EU, Journal of Common Market Studies 39(4) 663-688. European Union Politics Simon Hix and Richard Whitaker (2023) The Political Space in the European Parliament: Measuring MEPs’ Preferences Amid the Rise of Euroscepticism, European Journal of Political Research, forthcoming. Simon Hix (2018) When Optimism Fails: Liberal Intergovernmentalism and Citizen Representation, Journal of Common Market Studies 56(7) 1595-1613. Simon Hix (2018) Brexit: Where is the UK-EU Relationship Heading?, Journal of Common Market Studies 56(S1) 11-27. Richard Whitaker, Simon Hix and Galina Zapryanova (2017) Understanding MEPs: Four Waves of the European Parliament Research Group MEP Survey, European Union Politics 18(3) 491-506. Christophe Crombez and Simon Hix (2015) Legislative Activity and Gridlock in the European Union, British Journal of Political Science 45(3) 477-499. Simon Hix and Bjørn Høyland (2013) Empowerment of the European Parliament, Annual Review of Political Science 16: 171-189. Simon Hix, Roger Scully and David Farrell (2012) National or European Parliamentarians? Evidence from a New Survey of the Members of the European Parliament, Journal of Common Market Studies 50(4) 670-683. Christophe Crombez and Simon Hix (2011) Treaty Reform and the Commission’s Appointment and Policy Making Role in the European Union, European Union Politics 12(3) 291-314. Simon Hix, Abdul Noury and Gérard Roland (2009) Voting Patterns and Alliance Formation in the European Parliament, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 364, 821-831. Simon Hix and Sara Hagemann (2009) Could Changing the Electoral Rules Fix European Parliament Elections?, Politique Européenne 28(2), 27-41. Simon Hix and Abdul Noury (2009) After Enlargement: Voting Patterns in the Sixth European Parliament, Legislative Studies Quarterly 34(2) 159-174. Simon Hix (2008) Towards a Partisan Theory of EU Politics, Journal of European Public Policy 15(8) 1254-1265. Giacomo Benedetto and Simon Hix (2007) Explaining the European Parliament’s Gains in the EU Constitution, Review of International Organization 2(2) 115-129. Simon Hix and Abdul Noury (2007) Politics, Not Economic Interests: Determinants of Migration Policies in the European Union, International Migration Review 41(1) 182-205. Simon Hix (2007) Euroscepticism as Anti-Centralisation: A Rational Choice Institutionalist Perspective, European Union Politics 8(1) 131-150. Andreas Follesdal and Simon Hix (2006) Why There is a Democratic Deficit in the EU: A Response to Majone and Moravcsik, Journal of Common Market Studies 44(3) 533-562. [Won prize in 2012 for best JCMS article published in the decade 2002-2011.] Simon Hix, Abdul Noury and Gérard Roland (2006) Dimensions of Politics in the European Parliament, American Journal of Political Science 50(2) 494-511. Simon Hix and Christophe Crombez (2005) Extracting Ideal Point Estimates from Actors’ Preferences in the EU Constitutional Negotiations, European Union Politics 6(3) 353-376. Simon Hix, Abdul Noury and Gérard Roland (2005) Power to the Parties: Cohesion and Competition in the European Parliament, 1979-2001, British Journal of Political Science 35(2) 209-234.