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Rothenbacher, Franz, and Georg Fertig (2016): Population, households and families, Deutschland in Daten online, 2016, more
Adascalitei, Dragos, and Stefan Domonkos (2015): What really is a pension crisis? A theoretical argument on the link between ageing, productivity, and retirement. London [CPS Working Papers; 7] more
Adascalitei, Dragos, and Stefan Guga (2015): Decentralization, Union Power and Contention Episodes: the Case of Dacia Workers. Glasgow [Marie Curie Changing Employment ITN Research Paper Series] more
Carey, Sabine C., Michael P. Colaresi and Neil J. Mitchell (2015): The Silk Road to Insecurity: Why Not Public-Private Collaboration in the Security Sector?, Political Violence @ a Glance, more
Esser, Hartmut, and Ilona Relikowski (2015): Is Ability Tracking (Really) Responsible for Educational Inequalities in Achievement? A Comparison between the Country States Bavaria and Hesse in Germany. Bonn [IZA-Discussion Paper] more
Gross, Martin, and Marc Debus (2015): Local politicians take the party affiliation of directly elected mayors into account when forming coalitions, Democratic Audit UK, more
Kreuter, Frauke (2015): Paradata – Big Data of Survey Research. Paris [The Survey Statistician: The Newsletter of the International Association of Survey Statisticians] more
Kruse, Hanno, Markus Weißmann and Konstanze Jacob (2015): Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Survey in Four European Countries. Sociometric Fieldwork Report. Wave 2 – 2011/2012, v2.2.0. Mannheim more
Sakshaug, Joseph W., Stefanie Wolter and Frauke Kreuter (2015): Obtaining Record Linkage Consent. Results from a Wording Experiment in Germany, Survey Methods: Insights from the Field, more
Steinbrecher, Markus, and Harald Schoen (2015): Heterogeneous campaign effects in the German multi-party system? An empirical test of consideration set models. Montréal [Paper prepared for delivery at the 9th ECPR General Conference] more