Journal articles .
Marija Taflaga and Katrine Beauregard, (accepted and forthcoming). “The merit of party institutions: women’s descriptive representation and Conservative parties in Australia and the United Kingdom.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy.
Taflaga, Marija, and Matthew Kerby. 2019. “Who Does What Work in a Ministerial Office: Politically Appointed Staff and the Descriptive Representation of Women in Australian Political Offices, 1979–2010.” Political Studies, June, 0032321719853459. https://doi.org/10.1177/0032321719853459.
Sheppard, Jill, Marija Taflaga, and Liang Jiang. 2019. “Explaining High Rates of Political Participation among Chinese Migrants to Australia.” International Political Science Review, May, 22. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192512119834623.
Marija Taflaga, (2018) “What’s in a Name? Semi-Parliamentarism and Australian Commonwealth Executive-Legislative Relations.” Australian Journal of Political Science 53 (2): 248–55. https://doi.org/10.1080/10361146.2018.1451484.
Marija Taflaga, (2017) “The Challenges of Transitioning from Opposition to Government: Liberal Party Planning for Government 1983 – 1996.” Australian Journal of Politics & History 63 (2): 206–22. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajph.12351.
Marija Taflaga and Jennifer Curtin, (2018) ‘Australia’, European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook, 2017.
John Wanna and Marija Taflaga, (2015), A Liberal Dissident: The political writings of Senator Peter Baume, Canberra: ANU Press.
Anika Gauja and Marija Taflaga, (forthcoming 2020) ‘Candidates and Pre-selection’ in Morrison’s Miracle: The 2019 Federal Election. Canberra: ANU Press.
Marija Taflaga, (forthcoming 2020) ‘Executive Government’, in Australian Politics and Policy, eds.Peter Chen, Nick Barry, John Butcher, David Clune, Ian Cook, Adele Garnier, Yvonne Haigh, Sara Motta and Marija Taflaga, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
Marija Taflaga, (forthcoming 2020) ‘A Short Political history of Australia’, in Australian Politics and Policy, eds.Peter Chen, Nick Barry, John Butcher, David Clune, Ian Cook, Adele Garnier, Yvonne Haigh, Sara Motta and Marija Taflaga, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
Marija Taflaga, (2018), ‘The 2001 election: Howard defeats Beazley’, in Elections Matter, Melbourne: Monash University Press, eds. Benjamin Jones, John Uhr and Frank Bongiorno.
Marija Taflaga and John Wanna (2018), “I’m not expecting to lose…”: The election overview and campaign narrative’ in Double Disillusion: The 2016 Federal Election eds. Anika Gauja, Peter Chen and Juliet Peitsch, Canberra: ANU Press.