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Bevan, Shaun, und Peter John (2012): Policy representation and Prime Minister's Questions: institutional rules and party politics in the United Kingdom.. [Annual European Political Science Association Conference, Berlin, 14. bis 16. Juni 2012] mehr
Bevan, Shaun, und Will Jennings (2012): Representation, Agendas and Institutions. [Annual Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Conference, Oxford, 07. bis 09. September 2012] mehr
Bevan, Shaun, Enrico Borghetto und Marcello Carammia (2012): Changing the Transmission Belt: The Programme-to-Policy Link in Italy between the First and Second Republic. [Società Italiana di Scienza Politica Conference, Rome, 13. bis 15. September 2012] mehr
Bevern, Simona (2012): The dynamics of issue ownership in multi-party systems: empirical evidence on party competition in German routine politics. [70th Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, 12. bis 15. April 2012] mehr
Biegert, Thomas (2012): Institutions and Labor Market Transitions: Leaving Non-employment in the United Kingdom and Germany. [ECSR/EQUALSOC Conference: Economic Change, Quality of Life and Social Cohesion, Stockholm, 24. bis 26. September 2012] mehr
Biegert, Thomas (2012): Transitions out of Non-employment in the United Kingdom and Germany: Who Leaves and Where Do They Go?. [10th Annual ESPAnet Conference, Edinburgh, 06. bis 08. September 2012] mehr
Blumenberg, Johannes N. (2012): Party Identification - Old but Gold!. [XXIInd World Congress of Political Science der International Political Science Association, Madrid, 08. bis 12. Juli 2012] mehr
Blumenstiel, Jan Eric (2012): Inverse case prioritization. [Wahlstudientreffen AUTNES GLES SELECTS, Wien, 08. bis 09. November 2012] mehr
Blumenstiel, Jan Eric, und Joss Roßmann (2012): Does Mode Matter? Initial Evidence from the German Longitudinal Election Study (GLES). [General Online Research (GOR 12), Mannheim, 05. bis 07. März 2012] mehr
Blumenstiel, Jan Eric, und Thomas Plischke (2012): Analyzing Intra-Personal Heterogeneity of Voter Decision-Making over Time. [IPSA XXII World Congress of Political Science, Madrid, 08. bis 12. Juli 2012] mehr

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