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Altmann, Samuel, Luke Milsom, Hannah Zillessen, Raffaele Blasone, Frederic Markus Gerdon, Ruben L. Bach, Frauke Kreuter, Daniele Nosenzo, Séverine Toussaert and Johannes Abeler (2020): Acceptability of App-Based Contact Tracing for COVID-19: Cross-Country Survey Study. JMIR MHealth and UHealth, 8, issue 8, (article no. e19857). more
Bach, Ruben L., and Alexander Wenz (2020): Studying health-related internet and mobile device use using web logs and smartphone records. PLOS ONE, 15, issue 6, (article no. e0234663). more
Bach, Ruben L., and Stephanie Eckman (2020): Rotation Group Bias in Reporting of Household Purchases in the U.S. Consumer Expenditure Survey. Economics Letters, 187, issue February 2020, (article no. 108889). more
Bach, Ruben L., Stephanie Eckman and Jessica Daikeler (2020): Misreporting Among Reluctant Respondents. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 8, issue 3, pp. 566–588. more
Badillo-Goicoechea, Elena, Ting-Hsuan Chang, Esther Kim, Sarah LaRocca, Katherine Morris, Xiaoyi Deng, Samantha Chiu, Adrianne Bradford, Andres Garcia, Christoph Kern, Curtiss Cobb, Frauke Kreuter and Elizabeth A. Stuart (2020): Global Trends and Predictors of Face Mask Usage During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Ithaca, NY [arXiv preprint] more
Bahnsen, Oke (2020): Coalition Signals - Cheap Talk for Voters?. [ECPR General Conference, (virtual conference), August 24th to August 28th, 2020] more
Bahnsen, Oke, Thomas Gschwend and Lukas F. Stötzer (2020): How do coalition signals shape voting behavior? Revealing the mediating role of coalition expectations. Electoral Studies, 66, issue August 2020, (article no. 102166). more
Balietti, Stefano (2020): The Human Quest for Discovering Mathematical Beauty in the Arts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 117, issue 44, pp. 27073-27075. more
Bauer, Paul C., and Andrei Poama (2020): Does suffering suffice? An experimental assessment of desert retributivism. PLOS ONE, 15, issue 4, (article no. e0230304). more
Bender, Benedikt (2020): Business Interest in a changing welfare state. [Business in Politics and Society in Europe (CES) - Online Panel, (virtual), August 28th, 2020] more

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