More publications of this project

Julian Bernauer, Nathalie Giger, Jan Rosset
2015
Mind the gap: Do proportional electoral systems foster a more equal representation of women and men, poor and rich?
S. 78-98
Jan Rosset, Nathalie Giger, Julian Bernauer
2013
More Money, Fewer Problems? Cross-Level Effects of Economic Deprivation on Political Representation
S. 817-835
Thomas Bräuninger, Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2013
Estimating Policy Positions of Political Actors Across Countries and Time
S. 29
Mannheim
MZES
Nathalie Giger, Jan Rosset, Julian Bernauer
2012
The poor political representation of the poor in a comparative perspective
S. 47-61
Nathalie Giger
2012
Focusing events and policy change: The aftermath of Fukushima
Berlin
Zoe Lefkofridi, Nathalie Giger, Kathrin Kissau
2012
Inequality and Representation in Europe
S. 141
London
Taylor & Francis
Nathalie Giger
2012
Wie reagieren Wähler auf Sparpolitik? Eine theoretische und empirische Annäherung an die elektoralen Kosten von Sparpolitik
S. 291-312
Marc Debus
2012
Sozialstrukturelle und einstellungsbasierte Determinanten des Wahlverhaltens und ihr Einfluss bei Bundestagswahlen im Zeitverlauf: Westdeutschland 1976 - 2009
S. 40-62
Baden-Baden
Nomos
Nathalie Giger
2012
Is social policy retrenchment unpopular? How welfare reforms affect government popularity
S. 691-700
Nathalie Giger
2012
Electoral Politics and New Social Risk Policies
Lund
Nathalie Giger
2012
Holding Governments accountable: Individual Heterogeneity in Performance Voting
Oxford
Zoe Lefkofridi, Nathalie Giger, Kathrin Kissau
2012
Inequality and Representation in Europe
S. 1-11
Nathalie Giger, Thomas Bräuninger
2012
Are Parties Responsive to Group Turnout? Relative Turnout of the Poor and Responsiveness of Parties in Western Europe
Annual National Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago
Nathalie Giger
2011
Why is there no modern gender gap in Finland?
Bremen
Marc Debus
2011
Portfolio allocation and policy compromises: How and why the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats formed a coalition government
S. 293-304
Marc Debus, Paul W. Thurner
2011
Issue Voting in German Elections over Time
Dublin
Marc Debus
2011
Parteienwettbewerb, Regierungsbildung und Ergebnisse der Koalitionsverhandlungen nach der Bundestagswahl 2009
S. 281-306
Wiesbaden
VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften
Nathalie Giger
2011
Truly linked or totally apart? On the connection between preceived and actual representation
Dublin
Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2011
Coalition preferences of voters and government formation in European multi-level systems: Evidence from Germany
Reykjavik
Jochen Müller, Nathalie Giger, Marc Debus
2011
Die Bedeutung des regionalen Kontexts für die programmatische Positionierung von Schweizer Kantonalparteien
Basel
Thomas Bräuninger
2011
Voter Turnout and Abstention in Context (VTAC)
Berlin
Jochen Müller, Marc Debus
2011
The 'Second-orderness’ of Voting Behaviour in State Elections: Evidence from the German Multi-level System
Seattle
Nathalie Giger, Thomas Bräuninger
2011
An Improved Method of Scaling: Taking Individual Heterogeneity into Account
Chicago
Jochen Müller, Marc Debus
2011
Government Formation and Portfolio Allocation: Evidence from Scotland and Wales
London
Thomas Bräuninger
2011
Panel on "Party Competion and Agenda-Setting"
Reykjavik
Nathalie Giger
2011
Political representation of the poor and economic inequality: a comparative analysis
Berlin
Marc Debus, Jochen Müller, Peter Obert
2011
Europeanisation and government formation in multi-level systems: Evidence from the Czech Republic
S. 381-403
Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2011
Why Voters like some Coalitions and dislike Others: Evidence from the German Multilevel System
Dublin
Nathalie Giger
2011
Salience and representation. An integral approach and some empirical evidence
Dornburg/Saale
Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2011
The programmatic development of CDU and CSU since reunification: Incentives and constraints for changing policy positions in the German multi-level system
Birmingham
Thomas Bräuninger, Nathalie Giger
2011
An improved method of scaling: taking individual heterogeneity into account
Dublin
Nathalie Giger
2011
The risk of social policy? The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment and social policy performance in OECD countries
S. XIV, 194
London and New York
Routledge
Marc Debus, Christoph Knill, Jale Tosun
2011
Why should gay couples pay more? An analysis of fees for same-sex unions in the German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg
Reykjavik
Jochen Müller, Christian Stecker
2011
Political Dimensionality in the German state parliaments
Basel
Thomas Bräuninger, Nathalie Giger
2011
An improved method of scaling: taking individual heterogeneity into account
St. Gallen
Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2011
Government Formation After the 2009 Federal Election: The Remake of the Christian–Liberal Coalition Under New Patterns of Party Competition
S. 164-185
Nathalie Giger
2011
Are parties responsive to group turnout? Relative turnout of the poor and the responsiveness of parties in Western Europe
Reykjavik
Jochen Müller
2011
The Dynamics of Party Competition at the Regional Level: Analysing Policy Shifts in the German States
London
Nathalie Giger
2010
The electoral consequences of social policy reforms. An empirical answer to the new politics literature
Münster
Marc Debus
2010
Parteienwettbewerb, Regierungsbildung und Ergebnisse der Koalitionsverhandlungen nach der Bundestagswahl 2009
Berlin
Nathalie Giger
2010
Personal Salience and Representation. Towards a micro-foundation and some empirical evidence
Chicago
Marc Debus
2010
Regierungsbildung, Ämterverteilung und Politikinhalte nach der Bundestagswahl 2009: Wer hat sich in der schwarz-gelben Koalition am besten durchgesetzt?
S. 389-412
Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2010
Assessing the implications of policy preferences of political parties on the sub-national level: Evidence from nine European countries
Chicago
Jochen Müller
2010
Party competition at the sub-national level. Different game, same rules?
Dublin
Nathalie Giger
2010
The Substantial Representation of Subconstituency Interests in Western Democracies
Montreal
Christoph Knill, Marc Debus, Stephan Heichel
2010
Do parties matter in internationalized policy areas? The impact of political parties on environmental policy outputs in 18 OECD countries 1970-2000
S. 301-336
Marc Debus
2010
Portfolio Allocation and Policy Compromises: How the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats formed a coalition government
University of Sussex, Brighton
Marc Debus
2010
Sympathien gegenüber politischen Akteuren und ihre Auswirkungen auf die individuelle Wahlentscheidung: Mehr als nur eine Nebensache?
S. 291-313
Wiesbaden
VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaft
Nathalie Giger
2010
Do parties ensure equal representation? A longitudinal and cross-national analysis
Hamburg
Eric Linhart, Marc Debus, Thomas Bräuninger
2010
The 2009 Elections in Schleswig-Holstein: Polarised Electoral Campaign, Exceptional Election Results, and an Unspectacular Process of Government Formation
S. 237-253
Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2010
Assessing the implications of policy positions on the sub-national level: Evidence from nine European countries
Edinburgh
Marc Debus
2010
Soziale Konfliktlinien und Wahlverhalten: Eine Analyse der Determinanten der Wahlabsicht bei Bundestagswahlen von 1969 bis 2009
S. 731-749
Marc Debus, Jochen Müller
2010
Regional Government Formation in Varying Multi-Level Contexts: A Comparison of Eight European Countries
Edinburgh
Thomas Gschwend
2009
Über elektorale Folgen der Politikverflechtung in Mehrebenensystemen: Auswirkungen der bundespolitischen Großwetterlage und Landtagswahlen
Frankfurt am Main
Thomas Däubler, Marc Debus
2009
Government Formation and Policy Formulation in the German States
S. 73-95
Marc Debus, Hanna Bäck, Henry Bäck
2009
Regional Government Formation in Varying Multi-Level Contexts: A Comparison of Germany, Netherlands, Spain and Sweden
Santiago de Chile
Thomas Bräuninger, Marc Debus
2009
Schwarz-Gelb, Schwarz-Rot, Jamaika oder die Ampel? Koalitionsbildungen in Bund und Ländern im Superwahljahr 2009
S. 563-567
Jochen Müller
2009
Party position taking in multilevel systems – between regional context and intra-party constraints: An analysis of German Land parties’ positions
Potsdam
Marc Debus, Hanna Bäck, Henry Bäck
2009
Regional government formation in varying multi-level contexts: A comparison of Germany, Netherlands, Spain and Sweden
Lisbon
Nathalie Giger
2009
Salience. A missing element in representation theory?
Bern
Jochen Müller
2009
The Impact of the Socio-Economic Context on the Länder Parties' Policy Positions
S. 365-384
Marc Debus
2009
Estimating the Policy Preferences of Political Actors in Germany and Europe: Methodological Advances and Empirical Applications (Special Issue of German Politics, 18, 3)
London
Routledge
Marc Debus
2009
Government formation in varying multi-level contexts: first results of a project on regional party competition in Europe
Florenz
Steffen Osterloh, Marc Debus
2009
Partisan Politics in Corporate Tax Competition
S. No. 09-078
Mannheim
Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung
Marc Debus, Thomas Bräuninger
2009
Die Regierungsbildung nach der Bundestagswahl 2009: Wie wahrscheinlich ist eine Neuauflage der großen Koalition?
Kiel
Marc Debus, Thomas Bräuninger
2009
Estimating Hand- and Computer-Coded Policy Positions of Political Actors Across Countries and Time
Chicago, IL
Kenneth Benoit, Thomas Bräuninger, Marc Debus
2009
Challenges for estimating policy preferences: Announcing an open access archive of political documents
S. 441-454
Nathalie Giger
2009
Measuring Congruence in Europe
Potsdam
Marc Debus
2008
Parteienwettbewerb und Koalitionsbildung in den deutschen Bundesländern zwischen 1994 und 2006
S. 57-78
Wiesbaden
VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften
Thomas Bräuninger, Marc Debus
2008
Der Einfluss von Koalitionsaussagen, programmatischen Standpunkten und der Bundespolitik auf die Regierungsbildung in den deutschen Ländern
S. 309-338
Marc Debus
2008
Party Competition and Government Formation in Multilevel Settings: Evidence from Germany
S. 505-538
Jale Tosun, Marc Debus
2008
Parteien, Regierungen und Europäische Integration: Welche Faktoren bestimmen die europapolitischen Positionen nationaler politischer Akteure?
S. 315-335
Marc Debus
2008
Unfulfilled Promises? German Social Democrats and their Policy Positions at Federal and State Level between 1994 and 2006
S. 201-224
Martin Brunner, Marc Debus
2008
Between Programmatic Interests and Party Politics: The German Bundesrat in the Legislative Process
S. 232-251
Thomas Bräuninger, Marc Debus, Kenneth Benoit
2007
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