A. W. Chalmers, Klingler-Vidra. R., & van den Broek, O (forthcoming) From Diffusion to Diffuse-ability: A text-as-data approach to explaining the global diffusion of Corporate Sustainability Policy, International Studies Quarterly
R. Klinger-Vidra, J. Hai, and A. W. Chalmers (2021) Is the Jack Ma Trajectory Unique? Assessing the Place-Based Hypothesis on Entrepreneurial Success, Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship 34(4): 419-442
A. W. Chalmers & F. S. Macedo (2020), "Does it pay to lobby? Examining the link between firm lobbying and firm profitability in the European Union", Journal of European Public Policy 28(12): 1993-2010
Özlem Atikcan, Adam Chalmers, Achim Hurrelmann, & Crina Viju-Miljusevic (2019), "Political controversy about international economic agreements: Lessons for Canada-UK trade negotiations after Brexit", International Journal, 74(3): 453-462.
L. M. Dellmuth & A. W. Chalmers (2017), "All spending is not equal: European Union public spending, policy feedback, and citizens’ support for the EU", European Journal of Political Research, 57(1): 3-23.
J. Berkhout, C. Braun, B. Carroll, A.W. Chalmers, T. Destrooper, D. Lowery, and A. Rasmussen (2015), “Interest Organizations across Economic Sectors: Explaining Interest Group Density”, Journal of European Public Policy, 22(4): 462-480.
E. Antoine & A. W. Chalmers (2021) Social Media and Interest Groups, in In P. Harris, A. Bitonti, C. S. Fleiser, and A. Skorkjaer Binderkrantz, eds. The Palgrave Encyclopaedia of Interest Groups, Lobbying and Public Affairs.
A. W. Chalmers, A. Puglisi, & O. M. van den Broek (2020), Interest Groups, In P. Harris, A. Bitonti, C. S. Fleiser, and A. Skorkjaer Binderkrantz, eds. The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Interest Groups, Lobbying and Public Affairs.
O. M. van den Broek & A. W. Chalmers (2020), Hypotheses. State of the Art and Best Practice, In J-F Morin, C. Olsson and O. Atikcan, eds., Research Methods in the Social Sciences: An A-Z of Key Concepts, Oxford University Press.
A. W. Chalmers (2019) "Informational Lobbying in the EU: Mechanisms of Probity, Dissembling, and Transparency", in D. Dialer and M. Richter eds., Lobbying in the European Union: Successful Strategies and Techniques. Springer.
J. Berkhout, C. Braun, B. Carroll, A.W. Chalmers, T. Destrooper, D. Lowery, and A. Rasmussen (2016), “Interest Organizations across Economic Sectors: Explaining Interest Group Density”, in Beyers J. et al., eds., Legislative Lobbying in Context. The Policy and Polity Determinants of Interest Group Lobbying in the European Union, Routledge (article reprint)
A.W. Chalmers and P. Shotton (2016), “Social Media, Advocacy, and Interest Groups in Europe”, in P. Shotton and P. Dixon, eds., Interest Groups in the European Union. Changing Times, Changing Minds, Ashgate.
A.W. Chalmers (2014), “Interests, Information and Influence: Comparing the Influence of Interests Groups in the European Union”, G. Peters and J. Pierre, eds. Public Administration, London: Sage (article reprint)
A.W. Chalmers (2012), Interests, Information and Influence: Comparing the Influence of Interests Groups in the European Union, M. Knodt, C. Quittkat and J. Greenwood, eds. Functional and Territorial Interest Representation in the EU, London and New York: Routledge (article reprint).
A list of terms (ngrams) used to measure the extent to which public policies emphasise the use of language that either compels firms to, or deters firms from, engaging in (sustainable) activities.