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Romain LACHAT

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romain.lachat@sciencespo.fr
T. 01 45 49 51 42

Romain Lachat est professeur assistant au CEVIPOF depuis 2016.

Il a obtenu son doctorat en sciences politiques à l’Université de Zurich en 2004. Il a été chercheur invité au département de science politique de l’Université de Montréal (2006-2007) et à New York University (2007-2008). Il a également été professeur invité (2010-2014) puis professeur associé (2014-2015) au département des sciences politiques et sociales de l’Université Pompeu Fabra.

Ses recherches portent sur le domaine de l’analyse comparée du comportement électoral. Il s’intéresse en particulier à l’influence des facteurs de niveau contextuel sur le processus de formation des choix électoraux. Ses travaux ont été publiés dans plusieurs revues internationales, telles que Comparative Political Studies, Electoral Studies, European Journal of Political Research, Political Behavior et Political Science Research and Methods.

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Comportement électoral, Opinion publique, politique comparée, psychologie politique, Représentation politique, systèmes électoraux

Principales publications

Ouvrages

Kriesi, H., E. Grande, R. Lachat, M. Dolezal, S. Bornschier et T. Frey (2008). West European politics in the age of globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lachat, R. (2007). A heterogeneous electorate: Political sophistication, predisposition strength, and the voting decision process. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Kriesi, H., R. Lachat, P. Selb, S. Bornschier et M. Helbling (eds) (2005). Der Aufstieg der SVP: Acht Kantone im Vergleich. Zurich: NZZ Verlag.

Articles

Lachat, R. et H. Kriesi (2015). ‘“Voluntary PR Voting” in the Election of Swiss Regional Governments’. Swiss Political Science Review 21(3): 419–436.

Lachat, R. (2015). ‘The role of party identification in spatial models of voting choice’. Political Science Research and Methods 3(3): 641-658.

Lachat, R., A. Blais et I. Lago (2015). ‘Assessing the Mechanical and Psychological Effects of District Magnitude’. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 25(3): 284-299.

Lachat, Romain (2014). ‘Issue ownership and the vote: The effects of associative and competence ownership on issue voting’. Swiss Political Science Review 20(4): 727-740.

Blais, A., R. Lachat, A. Hino et P. Doray-Demers (2011). ‘The mechanical and psychological effects of electoral systems: A quasi-experimental study’. Comparative Political Studies 44(12): 1599-1621.

Lachat, R. (2011). ‘Electoral competitiveness and issue voting’. Political Behavior 33(4): 645-663.

Selb, P. et R. Lachat (2009). ‘The more, the better? Counterfactual evidence on the effect of compulsory voting on the consistency of party choice’. European Journal of Political Research 48(5): 573-597.

Bornschier, S. et R. Lachat (2009). ‘The evolution of the French political space and party system’. West European Politics 32(2): 360-383.

Lachat, R. (2008). ‘The impact of party polarization on ideological voting’. Electoral Studies 27(4): 687-698.

Lachat, R. (2006). ‘A tale of two Councils: Explaining the weakness of the SVP in the upper house of the Federal Parliament’. Swiss Political Science Review 12(4): 77–99.

Kriesi, H., E. Grande, R. Lachat, M. Dolezal, S. Bornschier et T. Frey (2006). ‘Globalization and the transformation of the na¬tional political space: Six European countries compared’. European Journal of Political Research 45(6): 921–956.

Chapitres d’ouvrages

Lachat, R. (2015). ‘Leader effects and party polarization’, in M. Costa Lobo et J. Curtice (eds). Personality Politics?The Role of Leader Evaluations in Democratic Elections. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 105-123.

Lachat, R. (2008). ‘Switzerland: Another case of transformation driven by an established party’, in Kriesi, H. et al. West European politics in the age of globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 130–153.

Lachat, R. et M. Dolezal (2008). ‘Demand side: Dealignment and realignment of the structural political potentials’, in Kriesi, H. et al. West European politics in the age of globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 237–266.

Lachat, R. et H. Kriesi (2008). ‘Supply side: The positioning of the political parties in a restructuring space’, in Kriesi, H. et al. West European politics in the age of globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 267–295.

Lachat, R. (2008). ‘The electoral consequences of the integration–demarcation cleavage’, in Kriesi, H. et al. West European politics in the age of globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 296–319.

Lachat, R. et P. Sciarini (2002). ‘When do campaigns matter, and to whom?’, in D. Farrell et R. Schmitt-Beck (eds). Do campaigns matter? Campaign effects in elections and referendums. London: Routledge, pp. 41–57.