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Joshanloo, Mohsen, und Jochen E. Gebauer (2020): Religiosity's nomological network and temporal change: Introducing an extensive country-level religiosity index based on Gallup World Poll Data. European Psychologist, 25, Heft 1, S. 26-40. mehr
Kohler-Koch, Beate, und David Friedrich (2020): Business Interest in the EU: Integration without Supranationalism?. Journal of Common Market Studies, 58, Heft 2, S. 455-471. mehr
Kreuter, Frauke, Stephanie Eckman und Roger Tourangeau (2020): The Salience of Survey Burden and its Effect on Response Behavior to Skip Questions: Experimental Results from Telephone and Web Surveys. S. 213-227 in: Paul Beatty, Debbie Collins, Lyn Kaye, Jose Padilla, Gordon Willis, Amanda Wilmot (Hrsg.) Advances in Questionnaire Design, Development, Evaluation and Testing. Hoboken: Wiley. mehr
König, Thomas, Guido Ropers und Anika Buchmann (2020): Comparative politics and causal evaluation of structural reforms: the case of the UK national minimum wage introduction. Political Science Research and Methods, 8, Heft 2, S. 301-314. mehr
Leszczensky, Lars, Rahsaan Maxwell und Erik Bleich (2020): What Factors Best Explain National Identification among Muslim Adolescents? Evidence from Four European Countries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1, S. 260-276. mehr
Mikucka, Malgorzata, und Ester Rizzi (2020): The Parenthood and Happiness Link: Testing Predictions from Five Theories. European Journal of Population, 36, Heft 2, S. 337–361. mehr
Naumann, Elias, Wouter de Tavernier, Laura Naegele und Moritz Hess (2020): Public support for sanctioning older unemployed – a survey experiment in 21 European countries. European Societies, 22, Heft 1, S. 77-100. mehr
Pink, Sebastian, David Kretschmer und Lars Leszczensky (2020): Choice Modelling in Social Networks Using Stochastic Actor-Oriented Models. Journal of Choice Modelling, 34, Heft March, (article 100202). mehr
Pollak, Reinhard, und Walter Müller (2020): Education as an equalizing force: How declining educational inequality and educational expansion have contributed to more social fluidity in Germany. S. 122-149 in: Richard Breen, Walter Müller (Hrsg.) Education and Intergenerational Social Mobility in Europe and the United States. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. mehr
Popa, Sebastian Adrian, Zoltán Fazekas, Daniela Braun und Melanie-Marita Leidecker-Sandmann (2020): Informing the Public: How Party Communication Builds Opportunity Structures. Political Communication, 37, Heft 3, S. 329-349. mehr

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