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Ojinaga-Alfageme, Olatz, Amel Benzerga, Jana Berkessel, Renata Hlavova, Marvin Kunz, Nejc Plohl, Felicia Sundström und Tomas Folke (2019): Evidence-based policy. S. 59-79 in: Kai Ruggeri (Hrsg.) Behavioral Insights for Public Policy: Concepts and Cases. London: Routledge. mehr
Paasch, Jana (2019): Better late than never? EU Implementation beyond the National Level – An Analysis of the Sixteen German Regional Parliaments and their Political Parties between 1990 and 2018. [International PhD-Workshop on Advances in Comparative Politics, Köln, 24. bis 25. September 2019] mehr
Paasch, Jana, und Christian Stecker (2019): Better late than never? EU Implementation beyond the National Level – An Analysis of the Sixteen German Regional Parliaments between 1990 and 2018. [ECPR General Conference, Wrocław, 04. bis 07. September 2019] mehr
Paasch, Jana, und Christian Stecker (2019): Better late than never? EU Implementation beyond the National Level – An Analysis of the Sixteen German Regional Parliaments between 1990 and 2018. [Annual DSE-ECSA Conference 2019: Europe and the Rule of Law, Aarhus, 03. bis 04. Oktober 2019] mehr
Paasch, Jana, und Christian Stecker (2019): EU Implementation beyond the National Level – An Analysis of the Sixteen German Regional Parliaments between 1990 and 2018. [5th Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments, Leiden, 27. bis 29. Juni 2019] mehr
Pappi, Franz Urban, und Thomas Bräuninger (2019): Voters' Cognizance of Party Positions. Evidence from German Fedeal Elections on Ideological and Issue Scales Compared. [Workshop "Recent Developments of Spatial Models of Party Competition", MZES, Mannheim, 26. bis 27. Juli 2019] mehr
Pesthy, Maria, Matthias Mader und Harald Schoen (2019): National identity conceptions, populism, and voting: Evidence from Germany. [Elections, Public Opinion and Parties (EPOP) Conference, Glasgow, 13. bis 15. September 2019] mehr
Reibling, Nadine, Mareike Ariaans und Claus Wendt (2019): Worlds of Healthcare: A Healthcare System Typology of OECD Countries. Health Policy, 123, Heft 7, S. 611-520. mehr
Rentzsch, Katrin, und Jochen E. Gebauer (2019): On the popularity of agentic and communal narcissists: The tit-for-tat hypothesis. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 45, Heft 9, S. 1365-1377. mehr
Rocabert, Jofre, Frank Schimmelfennig, Lori Crasnic und Thomas Winzen (2019): The Rise of International Parliamentary Institutions: Purpose and Legitimation. The Review of International Organizations, 14, Heft 4, S. 607–631. mehr

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