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Greene, Zachary, and Matthias Haber (2015): The consequences of appearing divided: An analysis of party evaluations and vote choice. Electoral Studies, 37, pp. 15-27. more
Greszki, Robert, Marco Meyer and Harald Schoen (2015): Exploring the Effects of Removing ‘Too Fast’ Responses and Respondents from Web Surveys. Public Opinion Quarterly, 79, issue 2, pp. 471-503. more
Gross, Martin (2015): Who gets in? The determinants of coalition membership on the local level. [5th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association, Vienna, June 25th to June 27th, 2015] 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, http://www.democraticaudit.com/?p=14998 more
Gschwend, Thomas, and Thomas Zittel (2015): Do constituency candidates matter in German Federal Elections? The personal vote as an interactive process. Electoral Studies, 39, issue September, pp. 338-349. more
Gschwend, Thomas, and Thomas Zittel (2015): Who brings home the pork? The role of electoral context and localness in assigning committee seats in the German Bundestag. [9th ECPR General Conference, Université de Montréal, August 26th to August 29th, 2015] more
Gschwend, Thomas, and Thomas Zittel (2015): Who brings home the pork? The role of electoral context and localness in assigning committee seats in the German Bundestag. [111th Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, September 03rd to September 06th, 2015] more
Gschwend, Thomas, Lukas F. Stötzer and Steffen Zittlau (2015): Valence Campaigning in the 2008 US Congressional Elections. [111th Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, September 03rd to September 06th, 2015] more
Hix, Simon, Richard Whitaker and Galina Zapryanova (2015): MEPs in the 2014-19 European Parliament: The rise of Euroscepticism?. [111th Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, September 03rd to September 06th, 2015] more
Hofäcker, Dirk, and Elias Naumann (2015): The emerging trend of work beyond retirement age in Germany – Increasing social inequality?. Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, 48, issue 5, pp. 473-479. more

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