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EPERN Working Papers

Please note that the EPERN was originally launched as the Opposing Europe Research Network (OERN) but in August 2003 the Network was retitled to reflect a EPERNbroadening out of the Network's research focus. EPERN Working Papers are therefore a continuation of the original OERN Working Paper Series.

Tapio Raunio (University of Tampere)
'Whenever the EU is involved, you get problems': Explaining the European policy of The (True) Finns' EPERN Working Paper No 26 
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 127

Marianne Sundlisæter Skinner (University of Bath)
'
From Abiguity to Euroscepticism? A Case Study of the Norwegian Progress Party's Position on the European Union'
EPERN Working Paper No 25
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 124

Marko Stojic (Sussex European Institute)
'The changing nature of Serbian political parties' attitudes towards Serbian EU membership' EPERN Working Paper No. 24, August 2011.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No. 122

Cas Mudde (DePauw University
'Sussex v. North Carolina: the comparative study of party-based Euroscepticism' EPERN Working Paper No. 23, August 2011.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No. 121

Valeria Tarditi (University of Calabria)

'The Scottish National Party's changing attitude towards the European Union' EPERN Working Paper No 22, February 2010.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No. 112
 
John Fitzgibbon (Sussex European Institute)
'Ireland's No to Lisbon: Learning the Lessons from the failure of the Yes and the Success of the No Side' EPERN Working Paper No 21, September 2009.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No. 110

Aleks Szczerbiak and Monika Bil (Sussex European Institute)
'When in doubt, (re-)turn to domestic politics? The (non-) impact of the EU on party politics in Poland'. EPERN Working Paper No. 20, May 2008.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No. 103

Catharina Sorensen (Danish Institute for International Studies)
'Love me, love me not...A typology of public euroscepticism'. EPERN Working Paper No 19, January 2008.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 101

Lionel Marquis & Karin Gilland Lutz (University of Bern)
'Thinking About and Voting on Swiss Foreign Policy: Does Affective and Cognitive Involvement Play A Role?'. EPERN Working Paper No 18, December 2004.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 83.

Lionel Marquis (University of Bern)
'The Priming of Referendum Votes on Swiss European Policy'. EPERN Working Paper No 17, November 2004.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 82.

Kenneth Chan (Hong Kong Baptist University)
'Central and Eastern Europe in the 2004 European Parliament Elections: A Not So European Event' EPERN Working Paper No 16, November 2004.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 81.

Susannah Verney (University of Athens)
'The End of Socialist Hegemony: Europe and the Greek Parlimentary Election of 7th March 2004' EPERN Working Paper No 15, November 2004.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 80.

Paul Lewis (Open University)
'The impact of the enlargement of the European Union on Central European Party Systems'. EPERN Working Paper No 14, November 2003.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 71.

Nicolo Conti (University of Siena)
'Party Attitudes to European Integration: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Italian Case'. EPERN Working Paper No 13, October 2003.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 70.

Aleks Szczerbiak (Sussex European Institute) and Paul Taggart (Sussex European Institute)
'Theorising Party-Based Euroscepticism: Problems of Definition, Measurement and Causality '. EPERN Working Paper No 12, October 2003.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 69.

Prof Clive Church, (Dept of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent at Canterbury)
'The Contexts of Swiss Opposition to Europe'. OERN Working Paper No 11, May 2003.
Also available as SEI Working Paper no 64.

Dr Lucia Quaglia (RSCAS, European University Institute)
'Euroscepticism in Italy and Centre-Right and Right Wing Political Parties'. OERN Working Paper No 10, March 2003.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 60.

Nick Sitter (Norwegian School of Management BI)
'Oppposing Europe: Euro-Scepticism, Opposition and Party Competition'. OERN Working Paper No 9, October 2002.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 56.

Charles Lees (University of Sussex)
'Dark Matter': Institutional Constraints and the Failure of Party-Based Euroscepticism in Germany'. OERN Working Paper No 8, June 2002.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 54.

Aleks Szczerbiak (Sussex European Institute)
'After The Election, Nearing The Endgame: The Polish Euro-Debate In The Run Up To The 2003 EU Accession Referendum'. OERN Working Paper No 7, May 2002.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 53.

Paul Taggart (Sussex European Institute) & Aleks Szczerbiak (Sussex European Institute)
'The Party Politics of Euroscepticism in EU Member and Candidate States'. OERN Working Paper No 6, April 2002.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 51.

Karen Henderson (Leicester University)
'Euroscepticism or Europhobia: Opposition Attitudes to the EU in the Slovak Republic'. OERN Working Paper No 5, September 2001.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 50.

Agnes Batory (University of Cambridge)
'Hungarian Party Identities and the Question of European Integration'. OERN Working Paper No 4, September 2001.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 49.

Aleks Szczerbiak (Sussex European Institute)
'Europe as a Re-aligning Issue in Polish Politics'. OERN Working Paper No 3, June 2001.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 48.

Paul Taggart (Sussex European Institute) & Aleks Szczerbiak (Sussex European Institute)
'Parties, Positions and Europe: Euroscepticism in the EU Candidate States of Central and Eastern Europe'. OERN Working Paper No 2, May 2001.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No 46.

Aleks Szczerbiak (Sussex European Institute) and Paul Taggart (Sussex European Institute)
'Opposing Europe: Party Systems and Opposition to the Union, the Euro and Europeanisation'. OERN Working Paper No 1, October 2000.
Also available as SEI Working Paper No.36. Proceedings of June Conference.