Weitere Publikationen aus diesem Projekt

Thomas Bräuninger, Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2013
Estimating Policy Positions of Political Actors Across Countries and Time
S. 29
Mannheim
MZES
Jan Rosset, Nathalie Giger, Julian Bernauer
2013
More Money, Fewer Problems? Cross-Level Effects of Economic Deprivation on Political Representation
S. 817-835
Zoe Lefkofridi, Nathalie Giger, Kathrin Kissau
2012
Inequality and Representation in Europe
S. 141
London
Taylor & Francis
Nathalie Giger
2012
Wie reagieren Wähler auf Sparpolitik? Eine theoretische und empirische Annäherung an die elektoralen Kosten von Sparpolitik
S. 291-312
Nathalie Giger
2012
Electoral Politics and New Social Risk Policies
Lund
Nathalie Giger
2012
Is social policy retrenchment unpopular? How welfare reforms affect government popularity
S. 691-700
Zoe Lefkofridi, Nathalie Giger, Kathrin Kissau
2012
Inequality and Representation in Europe
S. 1-11
Nathalie Giger, Thomas Bräuninger
2012
Are Parties Responsive to Group Turnout? Relative Turnout of the Poor and Responsiveness of Parties in Western Europe
Annual National Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago
Nathalie Giger
2012
Focusing events and policy change: The aftermath of Fukushima
Berlin
Nathalie Giger, Jan Rosset, Julian Bernauer
2012
The poor representation of the poor in comparative perspective
S. 47-61
Nathalie Giger
2012
Holding Governments accountable: Individual Heterogeneity in Performance Voting
Oxford
Nathalie Giger
2011
Salience and representation. An integral approach and some empirical evidence
Dornburg/Saale
Nathalie Giger, Jochen Müller, Marc Debus
2011
Die Bedeutung des regionalen Kontexts für die programmatische Positionierung von Schweizer Kantonalparteien
S. 259-285
Thomas Bräuninger
2011
Voter Turnout and Abstention in Context (VTAC)
Berlin
Nathalie Giger
2011
Are parties responsive to group turnout? Relative turnout of the poor and the responsiveness of parties in Western Europe
Reykjavik
Thomas Bräuninger
2011
Panel on "Party Competion and Agenda-Setting"
Reykjavik
Nathalie Giger
2011
Why is there no modern gender gap in Finland?
Bremen
Nathalie Giger
2011
The risk of social policy? The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment and social policy performance in OECD countries
S. XIV, 194
London and New York
Routledge
Nathalie Giger
2011
Truly linked or totally apart? On the connection between preceived and actual representation
Dublin
Thomas Bräuninger, Nathalie Giger
2011
An improved method of scaling: taking individual heterogeneity into account
Dublin
Nathalie Giger, Thomas Bräuninger
2011
An Improved Method of Scaling: Taking Individual Heterogeneity into Account
Chicago
Thomas Bräuninger, Nathalie Giger
2011
An improved method of scaling: taking individual heterogeneity into account
St. Gallen
Nathalie Giger
2011
Political representation of the poor and economic inequality: a comparative analysis
Berlin
Nathalie Giger
2010
The Substantial Representation of Subconstituency Interests in Western Democracies
Montreal
Nathalie Giger
2010
Do parties ensure equal representation? A longitudinal and cross-national analysis
Hamburg
Nathalie Giger
2010
The electoral consequences of social policy reforms. An empirical answer to the new politics literature
Münster
Nathalie Giger
2010
Personal Salience and Representation. Towards a micro-foundation and some empirical evidence
Chicago
Nathalie Giger
2009
Measuring Congruence in Europe
Potsdam
Thomas Bräuninger, Marc Debus, Kenneth Benoit
2007
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