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Gummer, Tobias, Jan Karem Höhne, Tobias Rettig, Joss Roßmann und Mirjan Kummerow (2023): Is There a Growing Use of Mobile Devices in Web Surveys? Evidence From 128 Web Surveys in Germany. Quality & Quantity, 57, Heft 6, S. 5333-5353. mehr
Gummer, Tobias, Tanja Kunz, Tobias Rettig und Jan Karem Höhne (2023): How To Detect and Influence Looking Up Answers to Political Knowledge Questions in Web Surveys?. Public Opinion Quarterly, 87, Heft S1, S. 507-541. mehr
Hahm, Hyeonho, David Hilpert und Thomas König (2023): Divided by Europe: affective polarisation in the context of European elections. West European Politics, 46, Heft 4, S. 705-731. mehr
Harsgor, Liran, Reut Itzkovitch-Malka und Or Tuttnauer (2023): Do coalition and formateur expectations affect vote switching?. European Political Science Review, 15, Heft 1, S. 96–115. mehr
Hau, Matthias, Marc Helbling, Maya Tudor, Andreas Wimmer und Daphne Halikiopoulou (2023): The Consequences of Nationalism: A scholarly exchange. Nations and Nationalism, 29, Heft 3, S. 810–830. mehr
Helbling, Marc, und Daniel Meierrieks (2023): Global warming and urbanization. Journal of Population Economics, 36, Heft 3, S. 1187–1223. mehr
Helbling, Marc, Daniel Meierrieks und Sergi Pardos-Prado (2023): Terrorism and Immigration Policy Preferences. Defence and Peace Economics, 34, Heft 5, S. 646-659. mehr
Helbling, Marc, Diego Rybski, Jacob Schewe, Stefan Siedentop, Manon Glockmann, Bastian Heider, Bryan Jones, Daniel Meierrieks, Albano Rikani und Peter Stroms (2023): Measuring the effect of climate change on migration flows: Limitations of existing data and analytical frameworks. PLOS Climate , 2, Heft 1, (article no. e0000078), pp. 1-10. mehr
Hellyer, Joshua, Emily Hellriegel, Johanna Gereke und Reinhard Schunck (2023): Pretty unequal? Immigrant-native differences in returns to physical attractiveness in Germany. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 215, S. 107-119. mehr
Heyne, Stefanie, und Jonas Voßemer (2023): Gender, Unemployment, and Subjective Well-Being: Why Do Women Suffer Less from Unemployment than Men?. European Sociological Review, 29, Heft 2, S. 301–316. mehr

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