Research

Publications

de Geus, Roosmarijn, Peter Loewen, Erin Tolley and Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant (eds.) Women, Power and Political Representation – edited volume. Forthcoming with University of Toronto Press

de Geus, Roosmarijn and Peter Loewen. “Women’s representation in Canadian federal cabinets 1980-2019.” Forthcoming in: Women, Power and Political Representation, University of Toronto Press.

de Geus, Roosmarijn, John McAndrews, Peter Loewen and Aaron Martin. 2020. “Do voters judge the performance of female and male politicians differently? Experimental evidence from the United States and Australia.” Political Research Quarterly – available here 

de Geus, Roosmarijn and Rosalind Shorrocks. 2020. “Where do female conservative candidates stand? A cross-national comparison of the ideology of female conservatives.” Journal of Women, Politics and Policy – available here

de Geus, Roosmarijn. 2019. “When partisan identification and economic evaluations conflict: a closer look at conflicted partisans in the United States.” Social Science Quarterly 100 (5) available here

Shorrocks, Rosalind and Roosmarijn de Geus. 2019. “Citizen support for European Union membership: the role of socialisation experiences.”  West European Politics 42 (4) available here

Solaz, Hector, Catherine de Vries and Roosmarijn de Geus. 2019. “In-Group Loyalty and the Electoral Punishment of Corruption.”  Comparative Political Studies 52 (6), available here

Allen Stevens, Benjamin, Md Mujahedul Islam, Roosmarijn de Geus, Jonah Goldberg, John McAndrews, Alex Mierke-Zatwarnicki, Peter John Loewen and Daniel Rubenson. 2019. “Local Candidate Effects in Canadian Elections.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 52 (1) available here 


Work in progress

Ambivalent sexism in the UK (joint project with Rosalind Shorrocks and Elizabeth-Ralph-Morrow)

Women’s support for the radical right in the UK (with Elizabeth-Ralph Morrow)