Peer-Reviewed Articles

Jakli, Laura and Matthew Stenberg. 2021. “Everyday Illiberalism: How Hungarian Subnational Politics Propel Single Party Dominance.” Governance 34(2), 315-334. • [Article Link] • [Replication] • [Abstract]

Bosilca, Ruxandra, Matthew Stenberg, and Marianne Riddervold. Online first. “Copying in EU security and defence policies: The case of EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia.” European Security. • [Article Link] • [Abstract]

Posch, Konrad and Matthew Stenberg. Online first. “Play Your Role: A Policymaker Simulation to Ground East Asian International Relations.” Journal of Political Science Education. • [Article Link] • [PDF]

O’Dwyer, Conor and Matthew Stenberg. Forthcoming. “Local-Level Democratic Backsliding? Right-Wing Regime Consolidation in Hungary and Poland.” Government and Opposition forthcoming • [Abstract]

Book Chapters

Newsome, Akasemi and Matthew Stenberg. Forthcoming. “The European Parliament” In Handbook of EU Crises, eds. Akasemi Newsome, Marianne Riddervold, and Jarle Trondal. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan). • [Abstract]

Under Review

“Subnational Consolidation in Single-Party Dominant Regimes: Evidence from Hungarian Mayoral Elections” (Under Review) • [PDF] • [Abstract]

Working Papers

“Regional Variation in the European Parliament: Differences in Parliamentary Questions between MEPs representing post-Socialist and Western Member States” • [Abstract]

“Calling in ‘Sick’: COVID-19, Pretext, and Subnational Democracy” – with Philip Rocco and Safia Abukar Farole

“Incremental Subnational Transformation and Democratic Backsliding in Eastern Europe” – with Laura Jakli • [Abstract]

Current Projects

“Measuring Euroskepticism in Parliamentary Questions at the European Parliament”

“Municipal Populism in Moscow: Local Challenges to Single-Party Dominant Regimes” – with Otto Kienitz

“Teaching European Politics using Television” – with Niko Switek

“Copy and Paste Illiberalism? Party Learning and Far Right Vote Cooptation in Poland and Hungary” – with Laura Jakli and Spencer McCall

“Within the System: Rising Powers and Infrastructure Diplomacy” – with Sasikumar S. Sundaram