Items by Kennedy, Dr. Paul
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Kennedy, P. and Manwaring, R., 2017. Why the Left Loses:Social Democracy on the Defensive. Policy Press, University of Bristol.
Kennedy, P. T., 2013. The Spanish Socialist Party and the modernisation of Spain. Manchester University Press. (Critical Labour Movement Series)
Kennedy, P., 2014. Back to the drawing board: the PSOE after the 2011 general election. In: European social democracy during the global economic crisis. Manchester University Press, pp. 176-192.
Kennedy, P. T., 2013. Zapatero, Rajoy and the Reform of the 1978 Constitution. In: Roberts, S. G. H. and Sharman, A., eds. 1812 Echoes. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 394-409.
Kennedy, P., 2009. The Spanish Socialist Workers' Party: continuity, innovation and renewal. In: Callaghan, J., Fishman, N., Jackson, B. and McIvor, M., eds. In search of social democracy: responses to crisis and modernisation. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 93-111.
Kennedy, P. T., 2011. Phoenix turned to ashes:The Spanish Socialists’ response to the economic crisis. Renewal, 19 (1), pp. 10-15.
Kennedy, P., 2010. Book Review: Nigel Townson (ed), Spain Transformed:The Late Franco Dictatorship, 1959-75. Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 87 (5), pp. 693-694.
Kennedy, P. T., 2007. Phoenix from the Ashes. The PSOE Government under Rodríguez Zapatero 2004-2007: a new model for social democracy? International Journal of Iberian Studies, 20, 187--206.
Kennedy, P. T., 2001. Spain's Third Way?: the Spanish Socialist Party's utilisation of European integration. Journal of South Europe and the Balkans, 3, 49--59.
Kennedy, P., 2016. Once again a Spanish election saves the establishment and deals Podemos a blow. The Conversation
Kennedy, P., 2016. Just a reminder that Spain still doesn’t have a government. The Conversation
Kennedy, P., 2015. Spain votes for change – but has no idea what government it’ll end up with. The Conversation
Kennedy, P., 2015. Andalusia election results spell trouble for Spain’s established political parties. The Conversation
Kennedy, P., 2016. Robbing Pedro to Pay Pablo: After Three Months of Fruitless Negotiations Spain is No Nearer to Forming a Government. European Futures Blog University of Edinburgh.
Kennedy, P., 2015. Where do Spain’s political parties stand after the country’s local and regional elections? LSE EUROPP Blog. (LSE/EUROPP Blog)
Kennedy, P., 2015. Podemos's shift towards the centre ground? Political Studies Association (PSA) Blog.
Kennedy, P., 2015. Is Spain heading for a four party system? Assessing the state of play ahead of a series of key Spanish elections. LSE EUROPP Blog. (LSE/EUROPP Blog)
Kennedy, P., 2014. Opinion polling leaves little doubt Podemos could break into the mainstream of Spanish politics at next year’s general election. LSE EUROPP Blog. (LSE EUROPP Blog)