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Fazekas, Zoltán, Sebastian Adrian Popa, Hermann Schmitt and Pablo Barberá (2018): No Engagement, No Diffusion? The EU on Social Media. [Conference of the ECPR Standing Groups on the European Union, Paris, June 13th to June 15th, 2018] more
Felderer, Barbara, Frauke Kreuter, Gerrit Müller and Joachim Winter (2018): The Effect of Monetary Incentives on Attrition Bias. Evidence from the PASS Wave 3 Incentive Experiment. Field Methods, 30, issue 1, pp. 56–69. more
Fischer, Torben, Markus Frölich and Andreas Landmann (2018): Adverse Selection in Low-Income Health Insurance Markets: Evidence from a RCT in Pakistan. Bonn [IZA Discussion Paper Series; 11751] more
Fung, Isaac Chun-Hai, Jing Zeng, Chung-hong Chan, Hai Liang, Jingjing Yin, Zhaochong Liu, Zion Tsz Ho Tse and King-Wa Fu (2018): Twitter and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, South Korea, 2015: a Multi-lingual Study. Infection, Health and Disease, 23, issue 1, pp. 10-16. more
Gavras, Konstantin, and David Hilpert (2018): Tracking Political Shifts During the Electoral Cycle - A Latent Variable Approach Using Press Releases. [The 76th Annual Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) Conference, Chicago, April 05th to April 08th, 2018] more
Gavras, Konstantin, Matthias Mader and Harald Schoen (2018): Understanding Support for the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy. [Workshop "Understanding Policy Preferences Using Experimental Methods", ZEW, Mannheim, December 17th to December 18th, 2018] more
Gereke, Johanna, Max Schaub and Delia Baldassarri (2018): Ethnic diversity, poverty and social trust in Germany: Evidence from a behavioral measure of trust. PLOS ONE, 13, issue 7, (online). more
Grill, Christiane (2018): What is funny to whom? Applying an integrative theoretical framework to the study of political humor appreciation. Pp. 157-181 in: Jody C. Baumgartner, Amy B. Becker (Eds.) Political humor in a changing media landscape. A new generation of research. Lanham: Lexington Books. more
Grill, Christiane, and Hajo G. Boomgaarden (2018): How citizens (could) turn into an informed public: Explaining citizens’ attentiveness for European Parliamentary elections. Communications – The European Journal of Communication Research, 43, issue 4, pp. 468-488. more
Grill, Christiane, and Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck (2018): The deliberativeness of citizens’ everyday talk about politics. [76th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), Chicago, IL, April 05th to April 08th, 2018] more

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