This list contains references from the content that can be linked to their source. For a full set of references and notes please see the PDF or HTML where available.
G.A. Akerlof and R.E. Kranton (2000), ‘Economics and Identity’, The Quarterly Journal of Economics 115: 715–753.
V.O. Bartkus (1999), The Dynamic of Secession, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
A. Blais and R. Nadeau (1992), ‘To be or not to be sovereignist: Quebeckers’ perennial dilemma’, Canadian Public Policy 18: 89–103.
A. Blais , P. Martin and R. Nadeau (1998), ‘Can people explain their own vote? Introspective questions as indicators of salience in the 1995 Quebec referendum on sovereignty’, Quality and Quantity 32: 355–366.
H.D. Clarke and A. Kornberg (1996), ‘Choosing Canada? The 1995 Quebec sovereignty referendum’, Political Science and Politics 29: 676–682.
C. Colino (2009), ‘Constitutional change without constitutional reform: Spanish federalism and the revision of Catalonia’s statue of autonomy’, Publius: The Journal of Federalism 39: 262–268.
R.M. Duch and R.T. Stevenson (2008), The Economic Vote: How Political and Economic Institutions Condition Election Results, New York: Cambridge University Press.
E. Duchesne , M. Eagles and S. Erfle (2003), ‘Constituency homogeneity, economic risk and support for Quebec sovereignty: a research note’, Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique 36: 643–656.
G. Evans and R. Anderson (2006), ‘The political conditioning of economic perceptions’, Journal of Politics 68: 194–207.
M. Gabel and K. Scheve (2007), ‘Mixed messages party dissent and mass opinion on European integration’, European Union Politics 8: 37–59.
B.J. Gaines , J.H. Kuklinski and P.J. Quirk (2007), ‘The logic of the survey experiment reexamined’, Political Analysis 15: 1–20.
M. Hechter (2001), Containing Nationalism, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
J. Hellström (2008), ‘Who leads, who follows? Re-examining the party electorate linkages on European integration’, Journal of European Public Policy 15: 1127–1144.
M.J. Keating and A.B. Wilson (2009), ‘Renegotiating the state of autonomies: statute reform and multi-level politics in Spain’, West European Politics 32: 536–558.
D. Martí (2013), ‘The 2012 Catalan Election: The First Step Towards Independence?’, Regional & Federal Studies 23(4): 507–516.
M. Mendelsohn (2003), ‘Rational choice and socio-psychological explanation for opinion on Quebec sovereignty’, Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique 36: 511–537.
J.H. Pammett and L. LeDuc (2001), ‘Sovereignty, leadership and voting in the Quebec referendums’, Electoral Studies 20: 265–280.
D.N. Posner (2005), Institutions and Ethnic Politics in Africa, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
L. Ray (2003), ‘When parties matter: the conditional influence of party positions on voter opinions about European integration’, Journal of Politics 65: 978–994.
I. Serrano (2013), ‘Just a matter of identity? Support for independence in Catalonia’, Regional & Federal Studies 23(5): 523–545.
P. Sniderman , R. Brody and P. Tetlock (1991), Reasoning and Choice: Explorationism Political Psychology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
E. Spolaore (2008), ‘Civil conflict and secessions’, Economics of Governance 9: 45–63.
M.R. Steenbergen , E.E. Edwards and C.E. De Vries (2007), ‘Who’s cueing whom? Mass-elite linkages and the future of European integration’, European Union Politics 8: 13–35.
F. Yale and C. Durand (2011), ‘What did Quebeckers want? Impact of question wording, constitutional proposal and context on support for sovereignty, 1976–2008’, American Review of Canadian Studies 41: 242–258.