Journal articles

All my articles are freely available by clicking on the PDF link next to each publication. You can see who cited my research on Google Scholar.

[27] Rincon, L., Vlandas, T., and Hilamo, H. (2021) “What’s not to like? Benefit design, funding structure and support for a universal basic income” Journal of European Social Policy.

[26] Vlandas, T., McArthur, D., and Ganslmeier, M. (2021) “Ageing and the Economy: a Literature Review of Political and Policy Mechanisms” Political Research Exchange [PDF]

[25] Vlandas, T. and Klymak, M. (2021) “Pandemic and Partisan Polarisation: Voter evaluation of UK government handling during covid-19” Swiss Political Science Review [PDF]

[24] Benassi, C. and Vlandas, T. (2021) “Trade unions, bargaining coverage and low pay: a multilevel test of institutional effects on low-pay risk in Germany”, Work, Employment and Society [PDF]

[23] Vlandas, T. and Halikiopoulou, D. (2021) “Moderating the ‘insecurity effect’? Social risks, Welfare State Policies and Far Right Party Support in Western Europe”, West European Politics [PDF]

[22] Bojar, A. and Vlandas, T. (2021) “Group-specific responses to retrospective economic performance: A multi-level analysis of parliamentary elections”, Politics & Society [PDF]

[21] Schwander, H. and Vlandas, T. (2020) “The Left and Universal Basic Income: The role of ideology in individual support”, Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy [PDF]

[20] Simoni, M. and Vlandas, T. (2020) “Labour Market Liberalization and the Rise of Dualism in Europe as the Interplay between Government, Trade Unions and the Economy”, Social Policy & Administration [PDF]

[19] Halikiopoulou, D., Stockemer, D., and Vlandas, T. (2020) “‘Birds of a feather’? Assessing the prevalence of anti-immigration attitudes among the far-right electorate”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies [PDF]

[18] Halikiopoulou, D. and Vlandas, T. (2020) “When economic and cultural interests align: the anti-immigration voter coalitions driving far right party success in Europe” European Political Science Review [PDF]

[17] Vlandas, T. (2020) “The Political Economy of individual level support for the basic income in Europe” Journal of European Social Policy [PDF]

[16] Vlandas, T. (2020) “The political consequences of labour market dualization: Labour market status, occupational unemployment and policy preferences” Political Science Research and Methods [PDF]

[15] Vlandas, T. (2019) “The Politics of the Basic Income Guarantee: Analysing individual support in Europe” Basic Income Studies [PDF]

[14] Halikoupoulou, D. and Vlandas, T. (2018) “What is new and what is nationalist about Europe’s new nationalism? Explaining the rise of the far right in Europe”. Nations and Nationalism [PDF]

[13] Vlandas, T. and Halikiopoulou, D. (2018) “Does unemployment matter? Economic insecurity, labour market policies and the far right vote in Europe”. European Political Science [PDF]

[12] Vlandas, T. (2018) “Grey power and the economy: Ageing and inflation across advanced economies” Comparative Political Studies [PDF]

[11] Thatcher, M. and Vlandas, T. (2016) “Overseas state outsiders as new sources of patient capital: government policies to welcome Sovereign Wealth Fund investment in France and Germany” Socio-Economic Review [PDF]

[10] Vlandas, T. (2016) “Coordination, Inclusiveness and Wage Inequality between Median and Bottom Income Workers” Comparative European Politics [PDF]

[9] Benassi, C. and Vlandas, T. (2016) “Union inclusiveness and temporary agency workers: The role of power resources and union ideology” European Journal of Industrial Relations [PDF]

[8] Halikiopoulou, D. and Vlandas, T. (2016) “Risks, Costs and Labour Markets: Explaining Far Right-Wing Party Success in European Parliament Elections” Journal of Common Market Studies [PDF]

[7] Vlandas, T. (2016) “Labour market developments and policy responses during and after the crisis in France” French Politics [PDF]

[6] Vlandas, T. (2016) “The political effects of Ageing on Inflation” Intereconomics – Review of European Economic Policy [PDF]

[5] Vlandas, T. (2016) “Explaining Perceptions of the Unemployed in Europe” Journal of International and Comparative Labour Studies [PDF]

[4] Halikiopoulou, D. and Vlandas, (2015) “The Rise of the Far Right in Debtor and Creditor European Countries: The Case of European Parliament Elections” The Political Quarterly [PDF]

[3] Vlandas, T. (2013) “The Politics of Temporary Work Deregulation in Europe: Solving the French Puzzle.” Politics&Society [PDF]

[2] Vlandas, T. (2013) “Mixing apples with oranges? Partisanship and active labour market policies in Europe.” Journal of European Social Policy [PDF]

[1] Vlandas, T. (2013) “The Politics of in-work benefits: the case of the ‘Active Income of Solidarity’ in France.” French Politics [PDF]

Book reviews, book chapters and working papers

[7] Halikiopoulou, D. and Vlandas, T. (2018) “Voting to leave: economic insecurity and the Brexit vote”, in: Leruth, B., Startin, N. and Usherwood, S. (eds.) The Routledge handbook of Euroscepticism, Routledge Handbooks. Routledge, Abindon. ISBN 9781138784741 (In Press)

[6] Hancke, B. and Vlandas, T. (2017) “The Politics of Disinflation” LSE ‘Europe in Question’ Discussion Paper Series  [PDF]

[5] Vlandas, T. (2016) “Labour market performance and deregulation in France during and after the crisis”. In: Piasna and Myant, “Myths of employment deregulation: how it neither creates jobs nor reduces labour market segmentation”, book chapter commissioned by the European Trade Union Institute (2017), Brussels [PDF]

[4] Vlandas, T. (2016) “The Impact of the Elderly on Inflation Rates in Developed Countries” LSE ‘Europe in Question’ Discussion Paper Series [PDF]

[3] Vlandas, T. and Halikiopoulou, D. (2016) “Why far right parties do well at times of crisis: bringing labour marker institutions back in the debate” European Trade Union Institute working paper [PDF]

[2] Vlandas, T. (2013) Book Review of ‘The Political Economy of Collective Skill Formation’ edited by Marius R. Busemeyer and Christine Trampusch. Oxford University Press, 2011.” British Journal of Industrial relations.

[1] Vlandas, T. (2011) “The Dependent Variable Problem in Quantitative Studies of Active Labour Market Programmes: Uncovering Hidden Dynamics?” Recwowe Working Papers [PDF]