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Adascalitei, Dragos, and Stefan Domonkos (2015): Reforming against all odds: Multi-pillar pension systems in the Czech Republic and Romania. International Social Security Review, 68, issue 2, pp. 85-104. more
Alanya, Ahu, Christof Wolf and Cristina Sotto (2015): Comparison of Multiple Imputation and Propensity Score Weighting in Unit Nonresponse Adjustments - A Simulation Study. Public Opinion Quarterly, 79, issue 3, pp. 635-661. more
Baumann, Markus, Marc Debus and Jochen Müller (2015): Convictions and Signals in Parliamentary Speeches: Dáil Éireann Debates on Abortion in 2001 and 2013. Irish Political Studies, 30, issue 2, pp. 199-219. more
Baumann, Markus, Marc Debus and Jochen Müller (2015): Personal Characteristics of MPs and Legislative Behavior in Moral Policy Making. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 40, issue 2, pp. 179-210. more
Bernauer, Julian, Nathalie Giger and Jan Rosset (2015): Mind the gap: Do proportional electoral systems foster a more equal representation of women and men, poor and rich?. International Political Science Review, 36, issue 1, pp. 78-98. more
Bevan, Shaun (2015): Bureaucratic Responsiveness: The Effects of Government, Public and European Attention on the UK Bureaucracy. Public Administration, 93, issue 1, pp. 139-158. more
Biedinger, Nicole, Birgit Becker and Oliver Klein (2015): Turkish-language ability of children of immigrants in Germany: which contexts of exposure influence preschool children's acquisition of their heritage language?. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38, issue 9, pp. 1520-1538. more
Blumenstiel, Jan Eric, and Thomas Plischke (2015): Changing motivations, time of the voting decision, and short-term volatility - The dynamics of voter heterogeneity. Electoral Studies, 37, pp. 28-40. more
Breznau, Nate (2015): The Missing Main Effect of Welfare State Regimes: A Replication of ‘Social Policy Responsiveness in Developed Democracies’ by Brooks and Manza. Sociological Science, 2, pp. 420-441. more
Bäck, Hanna, Marc Debus and Jale Tosun (2015): Partisanship, Ministers and Biotechnology Policy. Review of Policy Research, 32, issue 5, pp. 556-575. more