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Kieslich, Pascal J., Martin Schoemann, Tobias Grage, Johanna Hepp und Stefan Scherbaum (2020): Design factors in mouse-tracking: What makes a difference?. Behavior Research Methods, 52, Heft 1, S. 317–341. 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
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
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
Schaub, Max, Johanna Gereke und Delia Baldassarri (2020): Does Poverty Undermine Cooperation in Multiethnic Settings? Evidence from a Cooperative Investment Experiment. Journal of Experimental Political Science, 7, Heft 1, S. 27-40. mehr
Schmitt, Hermann, Alberto Sanz, Daniela Braun und Eftichia Teperoglou (2020): It All Happens at Once: Understanding Electoral Behaviour in Second-Order Elections. Politics and Governance, 8, Heft 1, S. 6-18. mehr
Shen, Jing, und Irena Kogan (2020): Immigrants’ relative income and life satisfaction: Comparison groups from a multi-generational perspective. Acta Sociologica, 63, Heft 1, S. 82-102. mehr
Tonoyan, Vartuhi, Robert Strohmeyer und Jennifer E. Jennings (2020): Gender Gaps in Perceived Start-up Ease: Implications of Sex-based Labor Market Segregation for Entrepreneurship across 22 European Countries. Administrative Science Quarterly, 65, Heft 1, S. 181-225. mehr

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