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Preißinger, Maria, and Harald Schoen (2018): Entity and incremental theory of personality: Revisiting the validity of indicators. Personality and Individual Differences, 130, pp. 21-25. more
Rapp, Carolin, Jennifer Shore and Jale Tosun (2018): Not so risky business? How social policies shape the perceived feasibility of self-employment. Journal of European Social Policy, 28, issue 2, pp. 143-160. more
Roth, Tobias (2018): The influence of parents’ social capital on their children’s transition to vocational training in Germany. Social Networks, 55, pp. 74-85. more
Schierholz, Malte, Miriam Gensicke, Nikolai Tschersich and Frauke Kreuter (2018): Occupation coding during the interview. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 181, issue 2, pp. 379–407. more
Schoen, Harald, Alexander Wuttke, Agatha Kratz and Maria Preißinger (2018): Ein Umschwung in den letzten Wochen des Landtagswahlkampfes: Befunde einer mehrwelligen Wiederholungsbefragung zur niedersächsischen Landtagswahl 2017. Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen, 49, issue 1, pp. 22-39. more
Shen, Jing, and Yanjie Bian (2018): The Causal Effect of Social Capital on Income: A New Analytic Strategy. Social Networks, 54, pp. 82-90. more
Theocharis, Yannis, and Jan W. van Deth (2018): The continuous expansion of citizen participation: a new taxonomy. European Political Science Review, 10, issue 1, pp. 139-163. more
West, Brady T., Frederick Conrad, Frauke Kreuter and Felicitas Mittereder (2018): Can Conversational Interviewing Improve Survey Response Quality without Increasing Interviewer Effects?. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A (Statistics in Society), 181, issue 1, pp. 181–203. more
Williams, Christopher J. (2018): Responding Through Transposition: Public Euroskepticism and European Policy Implementation. European Political Science Review, 10, issue 1, pp. 51-70. more
Willumsen, David M., Christian Stecker and Klaus H. Goetz (2018): The electoral connection in staggered parliaments: Evidence from Australia, France, Germany and Japan. European Journal of Political Research, 57, issue 3, pp. 759-780. more

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