Richard Öhrvall's current research projects include studying electoral participation, reforms of Swedish tax financed services and the effects of non-response on political opinion polls.
Publications in International Journals
”Distrust in Utopia? Public Perceptions of Corruption and Political Support in Iceland Before and after the Financial Crisis in 2008” (with Gissur Ó. Erlingsson and Jonas Linde), Government and Opposition, (first view 2015), Link
”Not so fair after all? Perceptions of procedural fairness and satisfaction with democracy in the Nordic welfare states” (with Gissur Ó. Erlingsson and Jonas Linde), International Journal of Public Administration, 37(2): 106-119, 2014. Link
”The Single-Issue Party Thesis and the Sweden Democrats” (with Gissur Ó. Erlingsson and Kåre Vernby), Acta Politica, 49(2): 196-216, 2014. Link
”Does Election Day Weather Affect Voter Turnout? Evidence from Swedish Elections” (with Mikael Persson and Anders Sundell), Electoral Studies, 33: 335-342, 2014. Link