• Lamprinakou, C., Morucci, M., Campbell, R. & vanHeerde-Hudson, J. 2016. ‘Shuffling the House? The Profile of Candidates and MPs in the 2015 British General Election’. Parliamentary Affairs 10.1093/pa/gsw030
  • Campbell, R. & Childs, S. 2015. All aboard the pink battle bus? Women voters, women’s issues, candidates and party leaders. Parliamentary Affairs. 68(1): 206-223.

Working papers

  • vanHeerde-Hudson, J., Campbell, R., Goplerud, M., & Morucci, M. ‘Patterned and Predictable? Pathways to Promotion, 1979-2010’.
  • Campbell, R. & Heath, O.  Descriptive or Symbolic Representation?
  • Milazzo, C. & vanHeerde-Hudson, J. Converging to Victory? Candidate Issue Positioning in the 2015 General Election.
  • Rüdig, W. Sajuria, J. vanHeerde-Hudson, J. & Collignon-Delmar, S.  The advantage of the local candidate?
  • Allen, P., Campbell, R., vanHeerde-Hudson, J. & Lamprinakou, C. The changing characteristics of super-candidates.
  • Sajuria, J., Rüdig, W. & vanHeerde-Hudson, J. Non-response bias in candidate surveys.
  • Sobolewska, M., Campbell, R. & McKee, R. Explaining the link between the descriptive and substantive representation of ethnic minorities.  An empirical test of theoretical mechanisms.
  • Ashe, J., Campbell, R., Childs, S. & Lovenduski, J.  Delivering equal representation? A case study of the implementation of feminised candidate selection policy in the UK.
  • Pedersen, H. & van Heerde-Hudson, J. Two strategies for building a personal vote: How MPs portray themselves on websites in the UK and Denmark.