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If you can't beat them, join them? Explaining social democratic responses to the challenge from the populist radical right in Western Europe
T Bale, C Green-Pedersen, AA Krouwel, KR Luther, N Sitter
Political studies 58 (3), 410-426, 2010
6252010
Cinderella and her ugly sisters: the mainstream and extreme right in Europe's bipolarising party systems
T Bale
West European Politics 26 (3), 67-90, 2003
6202003
The Conservative Party
T Bale, P Webb
Britain at the Polls 2010, 2010
4832010
The modern British party system
P Webb, T Bale
Oxford University Press, 2021
3782021
Turning round the telescope. Centre-right parties and immigration and integration policy in Europe
T Bale
Journal of European Public Policy 15 (3), 315-330, 2008
3122008
Captives No Longer, but Servants Still? Contract Parliamentarism and the New Minority Governance in Sweden and New Zealand
T Bale, T Bergman
Government and Opposition 41 (3), 422-449, 2006
1912006
Political parties and interest groups: Disentangling complex relationships
EH Allern, T Bale
Party Politics 18 (1), 7-25, 2012
1852012
European politics: A comparative introduction
T Bale
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2017
1842017
Thrown around with abandon? Popular understandings of populism as conveyed by the print media: A UK case study
T Bale, S Van Kessel, P Taggart
Acta Politica 46, 111-131, 2011
1642011
The Conservatives since 1945: the drivers of party change
T Bale
Oxford University Press, 2012
1342012
Why do Tories defect to UKIP? Conservative Party members and the temptations of the populist radical right
P Webb, T Bale
Political Studies 62 (4), 961-970, 2014
1182014
Five Year Mission: The Labour Party Under Ed Miliband
T Bale
OUP Oxford, 2015
1022015
The radical left in coalition government: Towards a comparative measurement of success and failure
R Dunphy, T Bale
Party Politics 17 (4), 488-504, 2011
972011
Between a soft and a hard place? The Conservative Party, valence politics and the need for a new ‘Eurorealism’
T Bale
Parliamentary Affairs 59 (3), 385-400, 2006
932006
In from the cold? Left parties and government involvement since 1989
T Bale, R Dunphy
Comparative European Politics 9, 269-291, 2011
882011
Footsoldiers: Political party membership in the 21st century
T Bale, P Webb, M Poletti
Routledge, 2019
832019
Are bans on political parties bound to turn out badly? A comparative investigation of three ‘intolerant’democracies: Turkey, Spain, and Belgium
T Bale
Comparative European Politics 5, 141-157, 2007
802007
Who leads and who follows? The symbiotic relationship between UKIP and the Conservatives–and populism and Euroscepticism
T Bale
Politics 38 (3), 263-277, 2018
762018
Immigration into the mainstream: Conflicting ideological streams, strategic reasoning and party competition
P Odmalm, T Bale
Acta Politica 50, 365-378, 2015
752015
A taste of honey is worse than none at all? Coping with the generic challenges of support party status in Sweden and New Zealand
T Bale, T Bergman
Party Politics 12 (2), 189-202, 2006
742006
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