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Publications using data from LORE

Below is a list of publications that use data collected by LORE that we know of. The list is a work in progress and thus incomplete.


  • Andersson Sundell, K., H. Håkonsen, J. Martinsson och T. Hedenrud (2016). "Consumer preferences for over-the-counter drug retailers in the reregulated Swedish pharmacy market." Health Policy.
  • Bankert, A., L. Huddy. och M. Rosema (2016). "Measuring partisanship as a social identity in multi-party systems." Political Behavior: 1-30.
  • Blombäck, S. och J. de Fine Licht (2016). "Same considerations, different decisions: Motivations for split-ticket voting among Swedish Feminist Initiative supporters." Scandinavian Political Studies.
  • Dahlberg, S. och Linde, Jonas (2016) "The dynamics of the winner–loser gap in satisfaction with democracy: Evidence from a Swedish citizen panel". International Political Science Review.1-17.
  • Dahlberg, S. och E. Harteveld (2016). "Left-right ideology as an inferential device in multiparty systems: Can citizens overcome low information by inputting parties' policy positions?" Electoral Studies.
  • Esaiasson, P., M. Gilljam och M. Persson (2016). "Responsiveness beyond policy satisfaction: Does it matter to citizens?" Comparative Political Studies.
  • Martinsson, J., D. Dumitrescu och K. Riedel (2016). "Recruiting an online panel from another online survey: Consequences of framing and placement of the recruitment question." International Journal of Public Opinion Research.
  • Nilsson, A., G. Schuitema, C. Bergstad Jakobsson, J. Martinsson, M. Thorson (2016). "The road to acceptance: Attitude change before and after the implementation of a congestion tax." Journal of Environmental Psychology.


  • Dahlberg, S. and J. Martinsson (2015). "Changing issue ownership through policy communication." West European Politics 38(4): 817-838.
  • Dumitrescu, D. and J. Martinsson (2015). "Surveys as a social experience: The lingering effects of survey design choices on respondents' survey experience and subsequent optimizing behavior." International Journal of Public Opinion Research: edv034.
  • Esaiasson, P., Kölln, A., Turper, S. (2015) "External Efficacy and Perceived Responsiveness — Similar but Distinct Concepts". International Journal of Public Opinion Research 27(3): 432-445.
  • Lundmark, S., M. Gilljam and S. Dahlberg (2015). "Measuring generalized trust." Public Opinion Quarterly: nfv042.
  • Rönnerstrand, B. (2015) Generalized trust and the collective action dilemma of immunization. Doctoral thesis. Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg.
  • Rönnerstrand, B. and K. Andersson Sundell (2015). "Trust, reciprocity and collective action to fight antibiotic resistance." Social Science and Medicine 142: 249-255.
  • Sohlberg, J. (2015). "Thinking matters: The validity and political relevance of need for cognition." International Journal of Public Opinion Research: edv023.


  • de Fine Licht, J. (2014) "How increased transparency affects public trust in healthcare prioritysetting: an experimental approach". Manuscript.
  • de Fine Licht, J. (2014) "Transparency actually: how transparency affects public perceptions of political decision making". European Political Science Review, 6(2): 309-330.
  • de Fine Licht, J. (2014). "Policy area as a potential moderator of transparency effects: an experiment". Public Administration Review, 74(3): 361-371
  • de Fine Licht, J., Naurin, D., Esaiasson, P., and Gilljam, M. (2014) "When does transparency generate legitimacy?experimenting on a context-bound relationship". Governance, 27: 111–134.
  • Persson, M. and M. Solevid (2014). "Measuring political participation—Testing social desirability bias in a web-survey experiment." International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26(1): 98-112.


  • Esaiasson, P., Gilljam, M. and Persson, M. (2013) "Communicative Responsiveness And Other Important Concepts In Between-Election Democracy". In Esaiasson, P. and Narud, H.M. (eds): Between-Election Democracy: The Representative Relationship after Election Day. ECPR Press
  • Klasnja, M. and Tucker, J.A. (2013) “The economy, corruption, and the vote: Evidence from experiments in Sweden and Moldova”, Electoral Studies (2013) 32:3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2013.05.007
  • Narud, H. M. and P. Esaiasson, Eds. (2013). Between-election democracy: the representative relationship after election day, ECPR Press.
  • Ranerup A, Bendz, A. and Norén, L., (2013) ”Swedish citizens opinions on decision support in primary care”. Electronic Government, An International Journal. 2013, 10(2): 151-170.


  • Barbopoulos, I. and Johansson, L.-O. (2012) “A multi-dimensional approach to consumer motivation: Exploring economic, hedonic, and normative determinants of consumption”. In Barbopoulos I. The consumer motivation instrument: Development of a multi-dimensional measure of economical, hedonic, and normative determinants of consumption. Licientiate thesis. Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg.
  • Duus-Otterström, G. and Persson, M. (2012) "Saknar vänstern respekt för individens rättigheter? En experimentell studie". Tidskrift för Politisk Filosofi 2012, 1: 6-20.



  • Bauhr, M. and Nasiritousi , N. (2011) “Why pay bribes? Collective action and anticorruption efforts”. QoG Working Paper Series 2011:18.
  • de Fine Licht, J. (2011) “Öppna prioriteringar och extern legitimitet. En experimentell undersökning om hur människor uppfattar information om prioriteringar av sjukvård”. Prioriteringscentrums rapportserie 2011:5.


  • Bauhr, M., Oscarsson, H., Nasiritousi, N. and Person, A. (2010) “Perceptions of Corruption in Sweden”. QoG Working Paper Series 2010:8.


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