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​Carella, L. (2023) ‘Who Runs for Higher Office? Electoral Institutions and Level-Hopping Attempts in Germany’s State Legislatures’, Legislative Studies Quarterly. Replication Files

Carella, L. and Eggers, A. C. (2023) ‘Electoral Systems and Geographic Representation’, British Journal of Political Science. Replication Files.

Carella, L. (2022) ‘The British Elections of 2019: Not quite what you read in the press’, Political Quarterly. [book review]

Carella, L. and Ford, R. (2020) ‘The Status Stratification of Radical Right Support: Reconsidering the Occupational Profile of UKIP’s Electorate’, Electoral Studies.

Raikes, L., Cox, E. and Carella, L. (2016) ‘State of the North 2016 : Building Northern Resilience in an Era of Global Uncertainty’, IPPR North. [policy report]

Working Papers

Predicting Candidate Preference Shares in Preferential-List PR Systems: A Logical Model of Intra-Party Competition. March 2023 version.


Context, Cohorts and Congruence : Immigration Salience and Socialisation (with Francesco Raffaelli)

Work in Progress

Intra-Party Sources of Electoral Reform in the ‘PR wave’ (with Klaudia Wegschaider). Research Agenda.

Baby Boomers at the Ballot Box : Cohort Size and Representation across Electoral Systems.

Lagged Effects of the Introduction of PR on Parties’ and Voters’ Behaviour : Evidence from Italian Mu-
nicipal Election Reform.


The Status of Status: A Review of the Literature on Social Status in Political Science.


Essays on Electoral Institutions DPhil thesis, Mansfield College (Oxford), Michaelmas Term 2022.

Do Campaign Rallies Matter? MPhil thesis, St. Antony's College (Oxford), Trinity Term 2019. 

Who are the ‘Left Behind’? Undergraduate Thesis, University of Manchester, April 2017. 

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