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Jäger, Kai (2018): The Limits of Studying Networks Via Event Data: Evidence from the ICEWS Dataset. Journal of Global Security Studies, 3, Heft 4, S. 498–511. mehr
Kalter, Frank (2018): Setting „spanish legacies“ into further context: some findings and thoughts from CILS4EU. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41, Heft 3, S. 500-508. mehr
Kogan, Irena, Jing Shen und Manuel Siegert (2018): What Makes a Satisfied Immigrant? Host-Country Characteristics and Immigrants’ Life Satisfaction in Eighteen European Countries. Journal of Happiness Studies, 19, Heft 6, S. 1783–1809. mehr
Krapf, Sandra (2018): Moving in or Breaking Up? The Role of Distance in the Development of Romantic Relationships. European Journal of Population, 34, Heft 3, S. 313–336. mehr
Kretschmer, David (2018): Explaining differences in gender role attitudes among migrant and native adolescents in Germany: intergenerational transmission, religiosity, and integration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44, Heft 13, S. 2197-2218. mehr
Kretschmer, David (2018): Labor market underrepresentation results in minority discrimination: A dynamic hiring model with employer learning. The Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 42, Heft 2, S. 83-112. mehr
Kretschmer, David, Lars Leszczensky und Sebastian Pink (2018): Selection and Influence Processes in Academic Achievement - More Pronounced for Girls?. Social Networks, 52, S. 251-260. mehr
Kurella, Anna-Sophie, und Jan Rosset (2018): The Rise of Cultural Issues as an Opportunity for the Right? Insights from the 2015 Swiss Election. Swiss Political Science Review, 24, Heft 4, S. 381-399. mehr
Kurella, Anna-Sophie, Thomas Bräuninger und Franz Urban Pappi (2018): Centripetal and centrifugal incentives in mixed-member proportional systems. Journal of Theoretical Politics, 30, Heft 3, S. 306-334. mehr
Leininger, Arndt, Lukas Rudolph und Steffen Zittlau (2018): How to Increase Turnout in Low-Salience Elections: Quasi-Experimental Evidence on the Effect of Concurrent Second-Order Elections on Political Participation. Political Science Research and Methods, 6, Heft 3, S. 509-526. mehr

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