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Heichel, Stephan, Martin Gross and Marc Debus (2018): Cohesion policy implementation, performance and communication: Baden-Württemberg case study. [COHESIFY research paper] more
Heichel, Stephan, Martin Gross and Marc Debus (2018): Cohesion policy implementation, performance and communication: Thuringia case study. [COHESIFY research paper] more
Obschonka, Martin, Neil Lee, Andrés Rodríguez-Pose, Johannes C. Eichstaedt and Tobias Ebert (2018): Big Data, artificial intelligence and the geography of entrepreneurship in the United States. London [CEPR Discussion Paper Series] more
Debus, Marc, and Martin Gross (2017): Positions on and issue emphasis of European integration and EU Cohesion policy: Analysing (sub-)national party manifestos. [COHESIFY research paper; 4] more
Gschwend, Thomas, Simon Munzert, Marcel Neunhoeffer, Sebastian Sternberg and Lukas Stötzer (2017): New German election forecast: Merkel’s party will win but lose seats, The Washington Post: Monkey Cage more
Horwitz, Rachel, Sarah Brockhaus, Felix Henninger, Pascal Kieslich, Malte Schierholz, Florian Keusch and Frauke Kreuter (2017): Learning from mouse movements: Improving questionnaire and respondents' user experience through passive data collection. Nürnberg [IAB-Discussion Paper. Articles on labour market issues; 2017] more
Kohler-Koch, Beate, and Christine Quittkat (2017): Studie: Lobbying in Europa. Bonn [Verbändereport – das Fachmagazin für die Führungskräfte der Verbände; 21] more
Möhring, Katja (2017): Familienlastenausgleich im Lebensverlauf: Elterngeld und Mütterrente im europäischen Vergleich, Dossier Familienpolitik, 2017, http://www.bpb.de/politik/innenpolitik/familienpolitik/252530/familienlastenausgleich more
Norpoth, Helmut, and Thomas Gschwend (2017): No country for neophytes: Angela Merkel will win Germany again, The Hill, http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/international-affairs/346406-germany-is-no-country-for-neophytes-angela-merkel more
Schoen, Harald, and Christian Schimpf (2017): On the psychological roots of populist voting: A discussion of Bakker, Rooduijn, and Schumacher (2016). [Working Paper] more

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