Szczerbiak, Aleks and Bale, Tim (2017) 'Explaining the absence of Christian Democracy in contemporary Poland', in Piotr H. Kosicki and Sławomir Łukasiewicz (eds.) Christian Democracy Across the Iron Curtain: Europe Redefined (New York: Palgrave Macmillan).
Allern, Elin Haugsgjerd and Bale, Tim (2017) Left-of-Centre Parties and Trade Unions in the Twenty-First Century (Oxford University Press).
Bale, Tim (2017) European Politics: a Comparative Introduction, 4th edition (Palgrave Macmillan)
Webb, Paul, Poletti, Monica and Bale, Tim, (2017) 'So who really does the donkey work in "multi-speed membership parties"? Comparing the election activities of party members and party supporters', Electoral Studies, 46, pp.64-74.
Bale, Tim (2016) The Conservative Party from Thatcher to Cameron, 2nd edition (Polity).
Bale, Tim and Webb, Paul (2016) 'Not as Bad as We Feared or Even Worse Than We Imagined? Assessing and Explaining Conservative Party Members' Views on Coalition’ Political Studies, vol. 64 no. 1 123-142
Odmalm, Pontus and Bale, Tim (2015) 'Immigration into the mainstream: Conflicting ideological streams, strategic reasoning and party competition', Acta Politica, 50 (4), pp. 365–378
Bale, T (2015) 'Five Year Mission. The Labour Party under Ed Miliband' (Oxford University Press)
Bale, T. (2015). In life as in death? Margaret Thatcher (mis)remembered. British Politics, 10(1), 99-112
Bale, T. (2015). If opposition is an art, is Ed Miliband an artist? A framework for evaluating leaders of the opposition. Parliamentary Affairs, 68(1), 58-76.
Hampshire, James and Bale, Tim (2014): New Administration, New Immigration Regime: Do Parties Matter After All? A UK Case Study, West European Politics, 38(1), 145-166.
Bale, T. (2014). Putting it right? The labour party's big shift on immigration since 2010. Political Quarterly, 85(3), 296-303.
Bale, Tim and Partos, Rebecca (2014) Why mainstream parties change policy on migration: A UK case study – The Conservative Party, immigration and asylum, 1960–2010. Comparative European Politics 12, pp.603–619.
Webb, P. and Bale, T. (2014), Why Do Tories Defect to UKIP? Conservative Party Members and the Temptations of the Populist Radical Right. Political Studies. doi: 10.1111/1467-9248.12130
Gruber, Oliver and Bale Tim (2014) And it’s good night Vienna. How (not) to deal with the populist radical right: The Conservatives, UKIP and some lessons from the heartland. British Politics, 9, pp. 237–254.
Bale, Tim (2013) ‘Concede and move on? One Nation Labour and the Welfare State’, Political Quarterly, 84 (3).
Bale, Tim (2013) ‘What the modernisers did next: From opposition to government – and beyond’, Juncture, 20 (2).
Bale, Tim and Krouwel, André (2013) ‘Down but Not Out: A Comparison of Germany's CDU/CSU with Christian Democratic Parties in Austria, Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands’, German Politics, 22 (1-2), pp. 16-45.
Bale, Tim (2013) ‘More and More Restrictive—But Not Always Populist: Explaining Variation in the British Conservative Party's Stance on Immigration and Asylum’, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 21 (1), pp. 25-37.
Bale, Tim (2013) European politics: a comparative introduction, 3rd edition (Palgrave).
Bale, Tim (2012) 'Supplying the Insatiable Demand: Europe’s Populist Radical Right,' Government and Opposition, 47 (2), pp. 256–274
Bale, Tim (2012) The Conservatives since 1945: the Drivers of Party Change (Oxford University Press).
Bale, Tim, Hough, Dan and Van Kessel, Stijn (2012) 'In or out of proportion? Labour and social democratic parties responses to the radical right', in Jens Rydgren (ed) Class Politics and the Radical Right (Routledge).
Bale, Tim (2012) ‘Wither the Tory left? The demise of progressive conservatism’, Juncture, 19(2), pp. 84-91.
Bale, Tim (2012) ‘Don’t expect too much’, Renewal, 20 (2/3).
Bale, Tim (2012) ‘The black widow effect: why Britain’s Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition might have an unhappy ending’, Parliamentary Affairs, 65 (2), pp. 323-337.
Allern, Elin H. and Bale, Tim (2012) ‘Political parties and interest groups: disentangling complex relationships’, Party Politics, 18 (1), pp. 7-25.
Allern, Elin H. and Bale, Tim (2012) ‘Qualifying the common wisdom: political parties and interest groups’, Party Politics, 18 (1), pp. 99-106.
Bale, Tim (2012) ‘David Cameron, 2005-2010’, in Timothy Heppell (ed) Leaders of the Opposition: from Churchill to Cameron (Palgrave).
Bale, Tim and Hampshire, James (2012) ‘Immigration Policy’ in Timothy Heppell and David Seawright (eds.) Cameron and the Conservatives: the Transition to Coalition Government (Palgrave).
Bale, Tim and Dunphy, Richard (2011) ‘De parias à participants’ in Jean-Michel De Waele et Daniel-Louis Seiler (eds.) Les partis de la gauche anti-capitaliste en Europe (Economica).
Bale, Tim and Kolodny, Robin (2011) ‘Divided in Victory: the Conservatives and the Republicans’, in Terrence Casey (ed) Legacy of the Crash: How the Financial Crisis Changed America and Britain (Palgrave Macmillan).
Bale, Tim, Hampshire, James and Partos, Rebecca (2011) ‘Having One's Cake and Eating It Too: Cameron's Conservatives and Immigration’, Political Quarterly, 82 (3), pp. 398-406. Full text available here.
Bale, Tim (2011) ‘Fresh start or false promise? Lessons from Tory policy reviews’. Public Policy Research, 18 (2). pp. 115-120
Bale, Tim and Dunphy, Richard (2011) ‘In from the cold? Left parties and government involvement since 1989’, Comparative European Politics, 9 (3). pp. 269-291.
Dunphy, Richard and Bale, Tim (2011) ‘The radical left in coalition government: Towards a comparative measurement of success and failure’. Party Politics, 17 (4). pp. 488-504. Full text available here.
Bale, Tim (2011) ‘I don't agree with Nick: retrodicting the conservative-liberal democrat coalition’, Political Quarterly, 82 (2). pp. 244-250. Full text available here.
Bale, Tim and Sanderson-Nash, Emma (2011) ‘A Leap of Faith and a Leap in the Dark: the Impact of Coalition on the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats’ in Simon Lee and Matt Beech (eds.) The Cameron-Clegg Government Coalition: Politics in an Age of Austerity (Palgrave), pp. 237-250.
Bale, Tim, van Kessel, Stijn and Taggart, Paul (2011) ‘Thrown around with abandon? Popular understandings of populism as conveyed by the print media: a UK case study’, Acta Politica, 46 (2). pp. 111-131. Full text available here.
Bale, Tim (2011) ‘Painting their way out of the corner: the Conservatives in opposition’, in Nigel Fletcher (ed) How to be in Opposition: Life in the Political Shadows (Biteback), pp. 133-154.
Bale, Tim (2011) The Conservative party: from Thatcher to Cameron, 2nd edition (Polity).
Webb, Paul, Bale, Tim and Taggart, Paul (2011) Deliberative Versus Parliamentary Democracy in the UK: An Experimental Study. Working Paper. No.118, Sussex European Institute.
Bale, Tim and Caramani, Daniele (2010) ‘Political data in 2009’. European Journal of Political Research, 49 (7-9). pp. 855-867.
Bale, Tim, Green-Pedersen, Christoffer, Krouwel, André, Luther, Kurt Richard and Sitter, Nick (2010) ‘If You Can't Beat Them, Join Them? Explaining Social Democratic Responses to the Challenge from the Populist Radical Right in Western Europe’, Political Studies, 58 (3). pp. 410-426.
Bale, Tim, Hanley, Seán and Szczerbiak, Aleks (2010) ‘“May Contain Nuts”? The Reality behind the Rhetoric Surrounding the British Conservatives' New Group in the European Parliament’, Political Quarterly, 81 (1). pp. 85-98. Full text available here, appendix 1 and table.
Bale, Tim and Webb, Paul (2010) ‘The Conservative Party’ in Nicholas Allen and John Bartle, Britain at the Polls 2010 (Sage).
Bale, Tim and van Biezen, Ingrid (2009) ‘Political data in 2008’, European Journal of Political Research, 48 (7-8). pp. 859-873.
Bale, Tim (2009) '“Cometh the hour, cometh the Dave”: how far is the conservative party's revival all down to David Cameron?’, Political Quarterly, 80 (2). pp. 222-232. Full text available here.
Bale, Tim (2009) ‘The conservatives: trounced, transfixed - and transformed?’, in Terrence Casey (ed) The Blair legacy: politics, policy, governance, and foreign affairs (Palgrave) pp. 52-64.
Bale, Tim (2008) European politics: a comparative introduction, 2nd edition (Palgrave).
Bale, Tim and van Biezen, Ingrid (2008) ‘Political Data in 2007’, European Journal of Political Research, 47 (7-8). pp. 877-891.
Bale, Tim, (ed) (2008) Immigration and Integration Policy in Europe: Why Politics - and the Centre-Right - Matter (Routledge).
Bale, Tim (2008) ‘Shaping the Union: Brown's Britain and the EU’ in Michael Rush and Philip Giddings (eds.) When Gordon Took the Helm The Palgrave Review of British Politics 2007-08 (Palgrave).
Bale, Tim (2008) '“A Bit Less Bunny-Hugging and a Bit More Bunny-Boiling”? Qualifying Conservative Party Change under David Cameron’. British Politics, 3 (3). pp. 270-299.
Bale, Tim and Szczerbiak, Aleks (2008) ‘Why Is There No Christian Democracy in Poland - and Why Should We Care?’, Party Politics, 14 (4). pp. 479-500. Full text available here.
Bale, Tim (2008) ‘Turning round the telescope: centre-right parties and immigration and integration policy in Europe’, Journal of European Public Policy, 15 (3). pp. 315-330. Full text available here and conclusion.
Bale, Tim (2008) ‘Politics matters: a conclusion’, Journal of European Public Policy, 15 (3). pp. 453-464.
Bale, Tim and Blomgren, Magnus (2008) ‘Close but no cigar? Newly governing and nearly governing parties in Sweden and New Zealand’, in Kris Deschouwer (ed) New parties in government: in power for the first time (Routledge), pp. 85-103.
Bale, Tim, Reilly, Barry and Witt, Robert (2008) Determining constituency marginality in the UK using the expense claims of MPs, Surrey Discussion Paper DP 01/08.
Selected publications prior to 2008
Bale, Tim (2006) ‘Between a soft and a hard place? The British Conservative Party and the need for a new “Eurorealism”’ , Parliamentary Affairs, 59 (3), pp. 385-400.
Huntington, Nicholas and Bale, Tim (2002) ‘New Labour: New Christian Democracy?’ Political Quarterly, 73 (1), pp. 44-50.
Bale, Tim (1999) Sacred Cows and Common Sense: the Symbolic Statecraft and Political Culture of the British Labour Party (Ashgate).
Bale, Tim (1999) ‘The “logic of no alternative”? Political scientists, historians and the politics of Labour’s past’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 1 (2), pp. 192-204.
Bale, Tim (1997) ‘Towards a ‘Cultural Theory’ of parliamentary party groups’, Journal of Legislative Studies, 3 (4), pp. 25-43.
Brivati, Brian and Bale, Tim (eds.) (1997) New Labour in Power: Precedents and Prospects (Routledge).
European and Comparative Politics
Bale, Tim (2007) ‘Are bans on political parties bound to turn out badly? A comparative investigation of three ‘intolerant’ democracies: Turkey, Spain and Belgium’, Comparative European Politics, 5 (2), pp. 141-157.
Dunphy, Richard and Bale, Tim (2007) Red Flag Still Flying? Explaining AKEL - Cyprus's Communist Anomaly. Party Politics, 13 (3). pp. 287-304.
Bale, Tim and Bergman, Torbjörn (2006) Captives No Longer, but Servants Still? Contract Parliamentarism and the New Minority Governance in Sweden and New Zealand. Government and Opposition, 41 (3). pp. 422-449.
Bale, Tim (2006) ‘A taste of honey is worse than none at all? Coping with the generic challenges of support party status in Sweden and New Zealand’ (with Torbjörn Bergman), Party Politics, 12 (2), pp. 189-209.
Bale, Tim (2005) ‘“It’s Labour, but not as we know it.” Media lesson-drawing and the disciplining of social democracy: a case study’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 7 (3), pp. 386-401.
Bale, Tim (2003) ‘Cinderella and her ugly sisters: the mainstream and extreme right in Europe’s bipolarising party systems’, West European Politics, 26 (3), pp. 67-90.
Bale, Tim and Dann, Christine (2002) ‘Is the grass really greener: the rationale and reality of support party status: a case study’, Party Politics, 8 (3), pp. 349-365.
Bale, Tim (2002) ‘Restrictions on the broadcast and publication of pre-election and exit polls: some selected examples’, Representation, 39 (1), pp.15-22.
Bale, Tim (2000) ‘Field-level CFSP: EU diplomatic cooperation in third countries’, Current Politics and Economics of Europe, 10 (2), pp. 187-212.