Ruth Dassonneville’s research focuses on electoral behavior and elections. Her research interests include electoral volatility, economic voting, partisan identity, and the predictions of election results.
Areas of expertise
Dassonneville, R. & Hooghe, M. (2016). The Noise of the Vote Recall Question. The Validity of
the Vote Recall Question in Panel Studies in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. International
Journal of Public Opinion Research, in press. DOI: 10.1093/ijpor/edv051
Dejaeghere, Y. & Dassonneville, R. (2015). A Comparative Investigation into the Effects of
Party-System Variables on Party Switching using Individual-Level Data. Party Politics, in press. DOI: 10.1177/1354068815576294
Dassonneville, R. & Lewis-Beck, M.S. (2014). Macroeconomics, Economic Crisis and Electoral
Outcomes: A National European Pool. Acta Politica, 49(4), 372-394.
Dassonneville, R. & Dejaeghere, Y. (2014). Bridging the Ideological Space. A Cross-National
Analysis of the Distance of Party Switching. European Journal of Political Research, 53(3), 580-599.
Dassonneville, R. (2013). Questioning Generational Replacement. An Age, Period and Cohort
Analysis of Electoral Volatility in the Netherlands, 1971-2010. Electoral Studies, 32(1), 37-47.