Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Snagovsky, Feodor, Marija Taflaga, and Matthew Kerby. 2022. “Responsive to whom? Political advising and elected careers in institutionalized democracies.” Party Politics (Online First). (open access).
  2. Kang, Woo Chang, Jill Sheppard, Feodor Snagovsky, and Nicholas Biddle. 2021. “Candidate Sex, Partisanship and Electoral Context in Australia.” Electoral Studies 70 (April): 102273. [Link to Accepted Manuscript]
  3. Snagovsky, Feodor, Woo Chang Kang, Jillian Sheppard and Nicholas Biddle. 2020. “Does descriptive representation increase perceptions of legitimacy? Evidence from Australia.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 55(4), pp. 378-398. [Link to Accepted Manuscript]
  4. Kerby, Matthew and Feodor Snagovsky. 2019. “Not all experience is created equal: MP Career typologies and ministerial appointments in the Canadian House of Commons, 1968-2015” Government & Opposition, 56(2), pp. 326-344. [Link to Accepted Manuscript]
  5. McAndrews, John, Feodor Snagovsky and Paul Thomas. 2019. “How Citizens Judge Extreme Legislative Dissent: Experimental Evidence from Canada.” Parliamentary Affairs, 73(2), pp.323–341. [Link to Accepted Manuscript]
  6. Snagovsky, Feodor and Matthew Kerby. 2019. “Political Staff and the Gendered Division of Political Labour in Canada.” Parliamentary Affairs, 72(3), pp. 616–637. [Link to Accepted Manuscript]
  7. McAllister, Ian and Feodor Snagovsky. 2018. “Explaining voting in the 2017 Australian same-sex marriage plebiscite.” Australian Journal of Political Science, 53(4), pp. 409-427. [Link to Accepted Manuscript]
  8. Snagovsky, Feodor, and Matthew Kerby. 2018. “The Electoral Consequences of Party Switching in Canada: 1945–2011.” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 51(2), pp. 425-445. [Link to Accepted Manuscript]

Book Chapters

  1. Snagovsky, Feodor and Matthew Kerby. 2019. “Party Switching in the Canadian Federal Context: 1867-2014.” In Democracy(ies), Parliamentarism(s) and legitimacy(ies), edited by Nadim Farhat and Philippe Poirier. Larcier. [Book] [Video] [Text]


  1. Snagovsky, Feodor. 2020. “Representation and Legitimacy: Diffuse Support and Descriptive Representation in Westminster Democracies.” Doctoral Thesis, Australian National University.
  2. Snagovsky, Feodor. 2015. “Party Switching in the Canadian House of Commons.” MA Thesis, Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa.

Work in Progress

  1. Werner, Annika and Feodor Snagovsky. “Decisive or Dictatorial: Strongman-Style Leadership and Democratic Attitudes.”Presented at the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, Wrocław, Poland, September 6, 2019.
  2. Snagovsky, Feodor. “What Causes the Honeymoon? Prime Ministers and Post- Election Popularity.” Presented at the Canadian Political Science Association (CPSA) Conference, Vancouver, BC, June 6, 2019.
  3. Kerby, Matthew and Feodor Snagovsky. “After the Ministry: Canadian Post-Ministerial Careers from Trudeau to Trudeau, 1968-2015.” Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 5, 2019.
  4. Snagovsky, Feodor. “Perceiving Demands for Responsiveness: Diffuse Support and Congruence in Representative Democracies.” Presented at the Southern Political Science Association (SPSA) Conference, Austin, TX, January 17, 2019.