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Tom O'Grady
Tom O'Grady
Associate Professor of Political Science, UCL
Verified email at ucl.ac.uk
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Careerists versus coal-miners: Welfare reforms and the substantive representation of social groups in the British Labour Party
T O’Grady
Comparative Political Studies 52 (4), 544-578, 2019
1522019
Policy ideology in European mass publics, 1981–2016
D Caughey, T O’grady, C Warshaw
American Political Science Review 113 (3), 674-693, 2019
1422019
Ideology, grandstanding, and strategic party disloyalty in the British Parliament
JB Slapin, JH Kirkland, JA Lazzaro, PA Leslie, T O’grady
American Political Science Review 112 (1), 15-30, 2018
942018
How do economic circumstances determine preferences? Evidence from long-run panel data
T O’Grady
British Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 1381-1406, 2019
732019
Explaining the relationship between class position and political preferences: A long-term panel analysis of intra-generational class mobility
PE Langsæther, G Evans, T O'Grady
British Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 958-967, 2022
352022
Not so responsive after all: European parties do not respond to public opinion shifts across multiple issue dimensions
T O’Grady, T Abou-Chadi
Research & Politics 6 (4), 2053168019891380, 2019
322019
TRANSFORMATION OF BRITISH WELFARE POLICY: Politics, Discourse, and Public Opinion
TOM O'GRADY
Oxford University Press, 2022
292022
Is ideological polarisation by age group growing in Europe?
TOM O'GRADY
European Journal of Political Research 62 (4), 1389-1402, 2023
24*2023
Nimbyism as place-protective action: The politics of housebuilding
T O’Grady
SocArXiv, available at https://osf. io/preprints/socarxiv/d6pzy, 2020
112020
Testing Negative: The non-consequences of COVID-19 on mass ideology
J Blumenau, T Hicks, A Jacobs, S Matthews, T O'Grady
102021
How politicians created, rather than reacted to, negative public opinion on benefits
T O'Grady
British Politics and Policy Blog, 2017
102017
How the Geographic Clustering of Young and Highly-Educated Voters Undermines Redistributive Politics
T O'Grady, A Wiedemann
12023
What politicians and the media said about the benefits system in the 1990s and 2000s caused the public to turn against welfare by 2010
T O'Grady
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2022
12022
Careerists Versus Coal-Miners: How British MPs’ Social Backgrounds Affect Their Support for Welfare Reform
T O’Grady
Unpublished paper, 2016
12016
The fall of anti-welfare attitudes
K Summers, B Geiger, R Vries, T O'Grady
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2023
2023
Anti-welfare attitudes. The rise and fall of anti-welfare attitudes across four decades: politics, pensioners and poverty
B Baumberg Geiger, R de Vries, T O'Grady, K Summers
National Centre for Social Research, 2023
2023
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