Journal articles in press (ordered by input date)

(In many cases published online before print. Klick » more for details.)

Debus, Marc, and Noam Himmelrath (In Press): Who runs in the end? New evidence on the effects of gender, ethnicity and intersectionality on candidate selection. Political Studies Review, (publ. online before print). more
Debus, Marc, and L. Constantin Wurthmann (In Press): LGB+ identity and its implications for the policy positions of parliamentary candidates. European Political Science Review. more
Helbling, Marc, Felix Jäger, Rahsaan Maxwell and Richard Traunmüller (In Press): Broad and Detailed Agreement: Public Preferences for German Immigration Policy. International Migration Review, (publ. online before print). more
Ivarsflaten, Elisabeth, Marc Helbling, Paul Sniderman and Richard Traunmüller (In Press): Value Conflicts Revisited: Muslims, Gender Equality and Gestures of Respect. British Journal of Political Science, (publ. online before print). more
Solano, Giacomo, Samuel D. Schmid and Marc Helbling (In Press): Extending Migrants’ Rights but Limiting Long-Term Settlement: Migrant Integration Policy Trends in EU and OECD Countries Between 2010 and 2019. International Migration Review, (publ. online before print). more
Chan, Chung-hong, Hartmut Wessler, Marc Jungblut, Kasper Welbers, Scott Althaus, Joseph Bajjalieh and Wouter van Atteveldt (In Press): Challenging the Global Cultural Conflict Narrative: An Automated Content Analysis on How Perpetrator Identity Shapes Worldwide News Coverage of Islamist and Right-Wing Terror Attacks. International Journal of Press-Politics, (publ. online before print). more
Morgenstern, Sandra (In Press): (How) Do Information Campaigns Influence Migration Decisions?. Journal of Experimental Political Science, (published online before print). more
Kadel, Philipp, Ira E. Herwig and Jutta Mata (In Press): Deliberate ignorance – a barrier for information interventions targeting reduced meat consumption?. Psychology & Health, (publ. online before print). more
Rittmann, Oliver, Marcel Neunhoeffer and Thomas Gschwend (In Press): How to improve the substantive interpretation of regression results when the dependent variable is logged. Political Science Research and Methods, (publ. online before print). more
Tuttnauer, Or, and Reuven Y. Hazan (In Press): Government–Opposition Relations and the Vote of No Confidence. Political Studies, (publ. online before print). more

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