Mikael Persson
Mikael Persson
Department of political science, University of Gothenburg
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Education and political participation
M Persson
British Journal of Political Science 45 (3), 689-703, 2015
1772015
Which decision‐making arrangements generate the strongest legitimacy beliefs? Evidence from a randomised field experiment
P Esaiasson, M Gilljam, M Persson
European Journal of Political Research 51 (6), 785-808, 2012
1152012
The swedish pirate party and the 2009 european parliament election: Protest or issue voting?
GÓ Erlingsson, M Persson
Politics 31 (3), 121-128, 2011
912011
Does type of education affect political participation? Results from a panel survey of Swedish adolescents
M Persson
Scandinavian Political Studies 35 (3), 198-221, 2012
842012
Testing the relationship between education and political participation using the 1970 British cohort study
M Persson
Political Behavior 36 (4), 877-897, 2014
832014
Reconsidering the role of procedures for decision acceptance
P Esaiasson, M Persson, M Gilljam, T Lindholm
British journal of political science 49 (1), 291-314, 2019
702019
Digging into the Pocketbook: Evidence on Economic Voting from Income Registry Data Matched to a Voter Survey
AJ Healy, M Persson, E Snowberg
American Political Science Review 111 (4), 771-785, 2017
692017
Responsiveness beyond policy satisfaction: Does it matter to citizens?
P Esaiasson, M Gilljam, M Persson
Comparative Political Studies 50 (6), 739-765, 2017
652017
Did the egalitarian reforms of the Swedish educational system equalise levels of democratic citizenship?
M Persson, H Oscarsson
Scandinavian Political Studies 33 (2), 135-163, 2010
642010
Does Election Day weather affect voter turnout? Evidence from Swedish elections
M Persson, A Sundell, R Öhrvall
Electoral Studies 33, 335-342, 2014
552014
The effects of direct voting and deliberation on legitimacy beliefs: An experimental study of small group decision-making
M Persson, P Esaiasson, M Gilljam
European Political Science Review 5 (3), 381-399, 2013
542013
Measuring political participation—Testing social desirability bias in a web-survey experiment
M Persson, M Solevid
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (1), 98-112, 2014
532014
An empirical test of the relative education model in Sweden
M Persson
Political Behavior 33 (3), 455-478, 2011
532011
Personality traits and party identification over time
BN Bakker, DN Hopmann, M Persson
European Journal of Political Research 54 (2), 197-215, 2015
472015
Classroom climate and political learning: Findings from a Swedish panel study and comparative data
M Persson
Political Psychology 36 (5), 587-601, 2015
462015
Is the effect of education on voter turnout absolute or relative? A multi-level analysis of 37 countries
M Persson
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 23 (2), 111-133, 2013
38*2013
Voter turnout and political equality: Testing the ‘law of dispersion’in a Swedish natural experiment
M Persson, M Solevid, R Öhrvall
Politics 33 (3), 172-184, 2013
372013
The Generational effect in turnout in the Swedish General Elections, 1960–2010
M Persson, H Wass, H Oscarsson
Scandinavian Political Studies 36 (3), 249-269, 2013
342013
Representatives' Attitudes Toward Citizen Protests in Sweden: The Impact of Ideology, Parliamentary Position, and Experiences
M Gilljam, M Persson, D Karlsson
Legislative Studies Quarterly 37 (2), 251-268, 2012
332012
Enhancing Electoral Equality: Can Education Compensate for Family Background Differences in Voting Participation?
KO Lindgren, S Oskarsson, M Persson
American Political Science Review 113 (1), 108-122, 2019
30*2019
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