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Mercer, Andrew, Frauke Kreuter, Scott Keeter und Elizabeth A. Stuart (2017): Theory and practice in non-probability surveys: parallels between causal inference and survey inference. Public Opinion Quarterly, 81, Heft S1, S. 250-271. mehr
Meyer, Marco, und Harald Schoen (2017): Avoiding vote loss by changing policy positions: The Fukushima disaster, party responses, and the German electorate. Party Politics, 23, Heft 4, S. 424–436. mehr
Munzert, Simon (2017): Forecasting elections at the constituency level: A correction-combination procedure. International Journal of Forecasting, 33, Heft 2, S. 467-481. mehr
Munzert, Simon, Lukas Stötzer, Thomas Gschwend, Marcel Neunhoeffer und Sebastian Sternberg (2017): Zweitstimme.org. Ein strukturell-dynamisches Vorhersagemodell für Bundestagswahlen. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 58, Heft 3, S. 418-441. mehr
Mutz, Rüdiger, Tobias Wolbring und Hans-Dieter Daniel (2017): The effect of the “very important paper” (VIP) designation in Angewandte Chemie International Edition on citation impact: A propensity score matching analysis. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68, Heft 9, S. 2139–2153. mehr
Naumann, Elias (2017): Do increasing reform pressures change welfare state attitudes? An experimental study on population ageing, pension reform preferences, political knowledge and ideology. Ageing & Society, 37, Heft 2, S. 266-294. mehr
Nikolova, Elena, und Nikolay Marinov (2017): Do Public Fund Windfalls Increase Corruption? Evidence From a Natural Disaster. Comparative Political Studies, 50, Heft 11, S. 1455–1488. mehr
Norpoth, Helmut, und Thomas Gschwend (2017): Chancellor Model Predicts a Change of the Guards. PS: Political Science & Politics, 50, Heft 3, S. 686-688. mehr
Rohrschneider, Robert, und Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck (2017): Introduction: Parties and Voters at the 2013 German Federal Election. German Politics, 26, Heft 1, S. 1-11. mehr
Rosset, Jan, Nathalie Giger und Julian Bernauer (2017): I the People? Self-Interest and Demand for Government Responsiveness. Comparative Political Studies, 50, Heft 6, S. 794-821. mehr

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