My research has been cited by Chatham House, European Central Bank, European Commission, European Parliament, European Trade Union Institute, European Youth Forum, International Centre for Counter Terrorism, International Labour Organisation, Irish Defence forces, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Polish Central Bank, Royal Society of Arts, Terra Nova, UK House of Commons, United Nations, and the World Bank. It has been mentionned in media outlets such as The Guardian, Financial Times, Arbetet, Business Insider, CNN, Dagens Industry, El Pais, Foreign Affairs, Huffington Post, Jerusalem Post, Mail Online, The Conversation, The Telegraph, and ThinkProgress.

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[46] Vlandas, T. and Klymak, M. (2023) “Partisan Pandemic in the UK: Individual views and mobility during Covid-19“, European Journal of Political Research.

[45] Klymak, M. and Vlandas, T. (2022) “The Impact of Russia’s Invasion on European Attitudes“. LSE Europe in Question Discussion paper 180/2023. Previously OSF Preprints. Published on 30 December 2022. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18551.91042. Media coverage: Financial Times.

[44] Klymak, M. and Vlandas, T. (2022) “Does Russian Invasion Affect Trust Abroad?Nuffield working paper 2023-01. Previously OSF Preprints. Published on 24 December 2022. DOI: 10.31219/ Media coverage: Financial Times.

[43] Klymak, M. and Vlandas, T. (2022) “Partisanship and Covid-19 vaccination in the UK“, Scientific Reports (Nature Portfolio). Media coverage: The Telegraph

[42] Vlandas, T. (2022) “Grey Power and Economic Performance”. Nuffield Working Paper Series 2022-02, University of Oxford, October 2022. Presented in Max Planck CPE seminar, Center for European Studies at the University of Boston and University of York. Mention in The Guardian.

[41] Halikiopoulou, D. and Vlandas, T. (2022) “What to do about right-wing populism?”, Progressive Review, Institute of Public Policy Research.

[40] Halikiopoulou, D. and Vlandas, T. (2022) “Understanding right-wing populism and what to do about it”, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. [PDF]. Research cited in El Pais, SENjournal, New Statesman World Review, and Daily Mail. Report presented in Brussels (ETUI), London (LSE), European Studies Centre (University of Oxford), Vienna (FES Austria office), and Athens (FES Greece office).

[39] Parth, A, and Vlandas, T. (2022) “The welfare state and support for environmental action in Europe”. Journal of European Social Policy. [PDF]

[38] Ganslmeier, M., Vlandas, T., and Van Parys, J. (2022) “Compliance with the first UK covid-19 lockdown and the compounding effects of weather”. Scientific Reports (Nature Portfolio). [PDF]

[37] Rincon, L. and Vlandas, T. (2022) “Universal Basic Income: The new political economy of an old idea”. In: Durazzi, N. and Clegg, D. Handbook of Labour Market Policy in Rich Democracies, Edward Elgar. [PDF]

[36] Rincon, L., Vlandas, T., and Hilamo, H. (2022) “What’s not to like? Benefit design, funding structure and support for a universal basic income” Journal of European Social Policy. [PDF]

[35] Benassi, C. and Vlandas, T. (2022) “Trade unions, bargaining coverage and low pay: a multilevel test of institutional effects on low-pay risk in Germany”, Work, Employment and Society [PDF]. Nominated for the “SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence” in Work, Employment and Society, British Sociology Association, 2023.

[34] Vlandas, T. and Halikiopoulou, D. (2022) “Moderating the ‘insecurity effect’? Social risks, Welfare State Policies and Far Right Party Support in Western Europe”, West European Politics [PDF]

[33] Thatcher, T., and Vlandas, T. (2021) “Foreign States in Domestic Markets: Sovereign Wealth Funds and the West”, Oxford University Press. [PDF of introduction]. Research cited by the Committe on Inward Foreign Direct Investment in House of Commons. The book was reviewed in:

  • Quaglia, L. (2022) “Foreign states in domestic markets: Sovereign wealth funds and the West. Thatcher, Mark and Vlandas, Tim, Oxford University Press, 2021”, Regulation & Governance.
  • Moravcsik, A. (2022) “Foreign States in Domestic Markets: Sovereign Wealth Funds and the West. Thatcher, Mark and Vlandas, Tim, Oxford University Press, USA, 2022.” Foreign Affairs, November/December 2022.
  • Dixon, A. (2022) “Foreign States in Domestic Markets: Sovereign Wealth Funds and the West. By Mark Thatcher and Tim Vlandas. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2022.” Perspectives on Politics, 20(4), 1509-1510. doi:10.1017/S1537592722002365

[32] Klymak, M. and Vlandas, T. (2021) “Covid-19 Partisanship in the UK: Findings from Survey and Mobility Data”. Nuffield Politics Working Paper 2021-01, University of Oxford – 29 October 2021 [PDF].

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

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

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

[28] Simoni, M. and Vlandas, T. (2021) “Labour Market Liberalization and the Rise of Dualism in Europe as the Interplay between Government, Trade Unions and the Economy”, Social Policy & Administration [PDF]

[27] Halikiopoulou, D., Stockemer, D., and Vlandas, T. (2021) “‘Birds of a feather’? Assessing the prevalence of anti-immigration attitudes among the far-right electorate”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies [PDF]

[26] Halikiopoulou, D. and Vlandas, T. (2021) “When economic and cultural interests align: the anti-immigration voter coalitions driving far right party success in Europe” European Political Science Review [PDF]

[25] Vlandas, T. (2021) “The Political Economy of individual level support for the basic income in Europe” Journal of European Social Policy [PDF]. Research cited by World Bank, CNN Business and El Pais Agenda Publica.

[24] 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]

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

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

[21] 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]

[20] 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]

[19] Vlandas, T. (2018) “Grey power and the economy: Ageing and inflation across advanced economies” Comparative Political Studies [PDF]. Best Research Output, Prosperity and Resilience theme, University of Reading. Cited by the Polish Central Bank Monetary Policy Council.

[18] 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. [PDF]

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

[16] 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]. Cited by Tony Blair Institute the Committe on Inward Foreign Direct Investment in House of Commons.

[15] 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]

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

[13] 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]. Cited by the OECD and ILO.

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

[11] 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]. Best paper award, APSA European Politics & Society, American Political Science Association, 2016. Cited by Chatham House.

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

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

[8] 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]

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

[6] 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]

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

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

[3] 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.

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

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