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Domonkos, Stefan (2016): Who wants a progressive income tax? Determinants of tax-policy preferences in Post-Socialist Eastern Europe. East European Politics and Societies, 30, Heft 2, S. 423-448. mehr
Dufner, Michael, Daniel Leising und Jochen E. Gebauer (2016): Which basic rules underlie social judgment? Agency follows a zero-sum principle and communion follows a non-zero-sum principle. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42, Heft 5, S. 677-687. mehr
Dumitrescu, Delia, und Sebastian Adrian Popa (2016): Showing their true colors? How EU flag display affects perceptions of party elites’ European attachment. American Behavioral Scientist, 60, Heft 14, S. 1698-1718. mehr
Däubler, Thomas (2016): Personalization incentives and the choice of parliamentary activities. [3rd General Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments, Munich, 30. Juni bis 02. Juli 2016] mehr
Däubler, Thomas, Love Christensen und Lukáš Linek (2016): Parliamentary Activity Types, Re-Selection and the Personal Vote. [24th IPSA World Congress of Political Science, Poznań, 23. bis 28. Juli 2016] mehr
Däubler, Thomas, Thomas Bräuninger und Martin Brunner (2016): Is Personal Vote-Seeking Behavior Effective?. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 41, Heft 2, S. 419-444. mehr
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2016): Ageing Europe’s invisible plight: Rising income inequality in old age due to employment flexibilization and pension marketization?. [Mini-Conference on “Reducing Inequality”, SASE Conference, University of California, Berkeley, 24. bis 26. Juni 2016] mehr
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2016): Ageing Europe’s invisible plight: Rising income inequality in old age due to employment flexibilization and pension marketization?. [Annual ESPAnet Conference, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 01. bis 03. September 2016] mehr
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2016): The reversal of early exit from work in ageing societies. [23rd Conference of Europeanists, Philadelphia, PA, 14. bis 16. April 2016] mehr
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2016): Role of social partners in pension reforms in Europe. [Netspar Meeting ‘Vertrouwde Verandering’, Tilburg University, 24. März 2016] mehr

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