Journal articles

Lawall, Katharina, Stuart Turnbull-Dugarte, Florian Foos, and Joshua Townsley. 2024. "Negative Political Identities and Costly Political Action". Journal of Politics. Accepted for publication.

Unan, Asli, Peter John, Florian Foos, and Vanessa Cheng-Matsuno, 2024. "
Null effects of social media ads on voter registration: Three digital field experiments." Research & Politics 11 (1): 20531680231225316.

Cheng-Matsuno, Vanessa, Florian Foos, Peter John, and Asli Unan. 2023. "
Do text messages increase voter registration? Evidence from RCTs with a local authority and an advocacy organisation". Electoral Studies 81.

Wuttke, Alexander, Florian Sichart, and Florian Foos. 2023. "
Null Effects of Pro-democracy Speeches by US-Republicans in the Aftermath of January 6th". Journal of Experimental Political Science. First View.

Foos, Florian, and Daniel Bischof. 2022. "
Tabloid media campaigns and public opinion: Quasi-experimental evidence on Euroscepticism in England". American Political Science Review 116 (1): 19-37.

Turnbull-Dugarte, Stuart J, Joshua Townsley, Florian Foos, and Denise Baron. 2022. "Mobilising support when the stakes are high: Mass emails affect constituent-to-legislator lobbying." European Journal of Political Research 61(2): 601-619.

Bischof, Daniel, Gidon Cohen, Sarah Cohen, Florian Foos, Patrick Michael Kuhn, Kyriaki Nanou, Neil Visalvanich, and Nick Vivyan. 2021. "
Advantages, challenges and limitations of audit experiments with constituents". Political Science Review 20(2): 192-200.

Giordano Neuenschwander, and Florian Foos. 2021. "
Mobilizing Party Activism: A Field Experiment with Party Members and Sympathizers". Electoral Studies 72.

Foos, Florian, Peter John, Christian Mueller, and Kevin Cunningham. 2021. "Social Mobilization in Partisan Spaces". Journal of Politics 83 (3): 1190-1197.

Foos, Florian, Lyubomir Kostadinov, Nikolay Marinov, and Frank Schimmelfennig. 2020. "Does Social Media Promote Civic Activism? A Field Experiment with a Civic Campaign". Political Science Research and Methods 9 (3): 500-518.

Foos, Florian, and Fabrizio Gilardi. 2020. "Does Exposure to Gender Role Models Increase Women's Political Ambition? A Field Experiment with Politicians". Journal of Experimental Political Science 7 (3): 157-166.

Foos, Florian, and Peter John. 2018. "
Parties are No Civic Charities: Voter Contact and the Changing Partisan Composition of the Electorate." Political Science Research and Methods 6 (2): 283-298.

Foos, Florian, and Eline A. de Rooij. 2017. "All in the Family: Partisan Disagreement and Electoral Mobilization in Intimate Networks—A Spillover Experiment." American Journal of Political Science 61 (2): 289-304.

Foos, Florian, and Eline A. de Rooij. 2017. "The role of partisan cues in voter mobilization campaigns: Evidence from a randomized field experiment." Electoral Studies 45 (1): 63-74.

Dinas, Elias, and Florian Foos. 2017. “
The National Effects of Subnational Representation: Access to Regional Parliaments and National Electoral Performance.” Quarterly Journal of Political Science 12 (1): 1-35.

Chapters in edited volumes

Foos, Florian, and Eline A. de Rooij. 2019. "Voter Mobilization in Intimate Networks" in Elizabeth Suhay, Bernard Grofman, and Alexander Trechsel (eds.). Oxford Handbook of Electoral Persuasion, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Latest working papers

Women leaders can increase young women's political ambition: A field experiment with a former prime minister (with Susannah Hume)

Media platforming and the normalisation of extreme right views (with Diane Bolet)

Making the Case for Democracy (with Alexander Wuttke)