Henderson, Ailsa & Mike Medeiros. 2021. "Identities and Attitudes to Decentralization in Multi-Level States: Understanding the Territorial Scales of Political Life." Comparative European Politics 19(2): 139-145.
Medeiros, Mike. Benjamin Forest, Paru Shah & Eric Gonzalez Juenke. 2019. “Still Not There: Continued Challenges to Women’s Political Representation.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 7(2): 386-388.
Medeiros, Mike. Conditional acceptance. Demand without Supply: Populist Attitudes in the Absence of Supply-Side Factors of Populism. Canadian Journal of Political Science.
Nai, Alessandro, Mike Medeiros, Michaela Maier & Jürgen Maier. Conditional acceptance. Euroscepticism and Negative Campaigning in the 2019 European Parliament Election: A Winning Combination? European Union Politics.
Medeiros, Mike & Jean-Philippe Gauvin. 2021. "Two Regionalisms, One Mechanism: How Identity Shapes Support for Decentralisation." Comparative European Politics 19(2): 208-224.
Erman, Ayşegül & Mike Medeiros. 2021. "Exploring the Effect of Collective Cultural Attributes on COVID-19-related Public Health Outcomes." Frontiers in Psychology 12: 627669.
Forest, Benjamin & Mike Medeiros. 2020. "Contiguity, Constituencies, and the Political Representation of Minorities." Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space.
Medeiros, Mike, Jean-Philippe Gauvin & Chris Chhim. 2020. "Unified Voters in a Divided Society: Ideology and Regionalism in Belgium." Regional and Federal Studies.
O'Connell, Barry & Mike Medeiros. 2020. “The Brexit Effect? Ethno-National Divisions on the Island of Ireland among Political Elites and the Youth.” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 26(4): 389-404.
Medeiros, Mike, Åsa von Schoultz & Hanna Wass. 2020. “Language Matters? Antecedents and Political Consequences of Support for Bilingualism in Canada and Finland.” Comparative European Politics 18: 532-559.
Liu, Amy & Mike Medeiros. 2020. “Democracy and Minority Language Recognition.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. Sandy Maisel (Ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.
Medeiros, Mike, Benjamin Forest & Patrik Öhberg. 2020. “The Case for Non-Binary Gender Questions in Surveys.” PS: Political Science & Politics 53(1): 128-135.
Scott, Colin & Mike Medeiros. 2020. “Personality and Political Careers: What Personality Types are Likely to Run for Office and get Elected?” Personality and Individual Differences 152: 1-9.
Medeiros, Mike, Benjamin Forest & Chris Erl. 2019. “Where Women Stand: Parliamentary Candidate Selection in Canada.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 7(2): 389-400.
Blanchet, Alexandre & Mike Medeiros. 2019. “The Secessionist Spectre: The Influence of Authoritarianism, Nativism and Populism on Support for Quebec Independence.” Nations and Nationalism 25(3): 803-821.
Öhberg,Patrik & Mike Medeiros. 2019. “A Sensitive Question? The Effect of an Ethnic Background Question in Surveys.” Ethnicities 19(2): 370-389.
Medeiros, Mike. 2019. “National Frenemies: Linguistic Intergroup Attitudes in Canada.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 42(16): 3-22.
Dupré, Jean-François & Mike Medeiros. 2018. “Assessing the Influence of Ideologies on Vote Choice in an Ethnoterritorial Context: The Case of Taiwan.” Political Science 70(3): 224-239.
Medeiros, Mike, Damien Bol & Richard Nadeau. 2018. “Democratic Legitimacy or Regional Representation: Support for Upper Chamber Reform in Scotland and Quebec.” Parliamentary Affairs 71(4): 738-759.
Medeiros, Mike. 2017. “Refining the Influence of Language on National Attachment: Exploring Linguistic Threat Perceptions in Quebec.” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 23(4): 375-390.
Medeiros, Mike. 2017. “The Language of Conflict: The Relationship between Linguistic Vitality and Conflict Intensity.” Ethnicities 17 (5): 627-645.
Medeiros, Mike. 2017. “Not just about Quebec: Accounting for Francophones’ Attitudes towards Canada.” French Politics 15 (2): 223-236.
Medeiros, Mike, Patrick Fournier & Verònica Benet-Martínez. 2017. “The Language of Threat: Linguistic Perceptions and Intergroup Relations.” Acta Politica 52 (1): 1-22.
Gauvin, Jean-Philippe, Chris Chhim & Mike Medeiros. 2016. “Did They Mind the Gap? Voter/Party Ideological Proximity between the BQ, the NDP and Quebec Voters, 2006–2011.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 49 (2): 289-310.
Medeiros, Mike, Jean-Philippe Gauvin & Chris Chhim. 2015. “Refining Vote Choice in an Ethno-Regionalist Context: Three-Dimensional Ideological Voting in Catalonia and Quebec.” Electoral Studies 40: 14-22.
Fournier, Patrick & Mike Medeiros. 2014. “Uni par la langue? Les opinions et les perceptions des Franco-Québécois et des Franco-Ontariens (United by Language? The Opinions and Perceptions of Franco-Quebeckers and Franco-Ontarians).” Journal of Canadian Studies 48 (2): 198-223.
Medeiros, Mike & Alain Noël. 2014. “The Forgotten Side of Partisanship: Negative Party Identification in Anglo-American Democracies.” Comparative Political Studies 47 (7): 1022-1046.
Medeiros, Mike. À paraître. Demand without supply: Populist attitudes in the absence of supply-side factors of populism.
Medeiros, Mike & Jean-Philippe Gauvin. 2019.“La CAQ et le risque du populisme." Policy Options: March 6th.
Medeiros, Mike. 2018.“Francophobia an unlikely reason for Ontario language cuts." Policy Options: December 17th.
Medeiros, Mike. 2018. “Et s’il s’agissait de la québécisation de la politique canadienne? (And what if it were Canadian politics becoming more Québécois?)." Policy Options: October 19th.
Scott, Colin, Mike Medeiros, & Chris Erl. 2018. “Candidate recruitment in municipal elections." Policy Options: July 17th.
Medeiros, Mike, Damien Bol & Richard Nadeau. 2018. “The UK and Canada: Democratic legitimacy could matter more than geographic representation in the upper chamber." Democratic Audit UK: March 9th.
Medeiros, Mike. 2018. “La promotion du français au Canada doit passer par les non-francophones (The Promotion of French in Canada must involve non-Francophones)." Policy Options: March 5th.
Medeiros, Mike. 2018. “The Populism Risk in English Canada." Policy Options: January 8th.
Medeiros, Mike & Benjamin Forest. 2014. “Unrepresented No More: Noncontiguous Ridings could Enhance Aboriginals’ Voice in our Political Institutions." InRoads: The Canadian Journal of Opinion 34: 118-125.
Medeiros, Mike. 2012. “Recension - Vincent Lemieux, Les partis générationnels au Québec: Passé, présent, avenir (Book Review – Vincent Lemieux, Generational Parties in Quebec : Past, Present and Future).” Recherches Sociographiques 53 (2): 470–472.