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Bräuninger, Thomas, Jochen Müller and Christian Stecker (2016): Modeling Preferences Using Roll Call Votes in Parliamentary Systems. Political Analysis, 24, issue 2, pp. 189-210. more
Bräuninger, Thomas, Thomas Däubler and Jean-Benoit Pilet (2016): The Personal Vote in Preferential List PR: Incumbency and Voters' Decision-Making. [10th ECPR General Conference, Prague, September 07th to September 10th, 2016] more
Bäck, Hanna, and Marc Debus (2016): Political Parties, Parliaments and Legislative Speechmaking. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. more
Bäck, Hanna, and Marc Debus (2016): Representing the Region on the Floor Electoral Districts, Economic Characteristics, and Speechmaking in the German Bundestag. [Parliaments in Challenging Times. 3rd General Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments, München, June 30th to July 02nd, 2016] more
Bäck, Hanna, and Marc Debus (2016): When do Women Speak? A Comparative Analysis of the Role of Gender in Legislative Debates. [Parliaments in Challenging Times. 3rd General Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments, München, June 30th to July 02nd, 2016] more
Bäck, Hanna, Marc Debus and Heike Klüver (2016): Bicameralism, Intra-party Bargaining, and the Formation of Party Policy Positions: Evidence from the German Federal System. Party Politics, 22, issue 3, pp. 405-417. more
Bäck, Hanna, Marc Debus and Wolfgang C. Müller (2016): Intra-party diversity and ministerial selection in coalition governments. Public Choice, 166, issue 3-4, pp. 355-378. more
Bäck, Hanna, Markus Baumann, Marc Debus and Jochen Müller (2016): The Unequal Distribution of Speaking Time in European Parliamentary Party Groups. [74th Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 07th to April 10th, 2016] more
Böhmelt, Tobias, Lawrence Ezrow, Roni Lehrer and Hugh Ward (2016): Party policy diffusion. American Political Science Review, 110, issue 2, pp. 397–410. more
Carey, Sabine C., and Neil J. Mitchell (2016): Pro-Government Militias and Armed Conflict, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics more

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