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Bäck, Hanna, und Jacques Thomassen (2009): European Citizenship and Identity after Enlargement. S. 184-207 in: Jacques Thomassen (Hrsg.) The Legitimacy of the European Union after Enlargement. Oxford: Oxford University Press. mehr
Bäck, Hanna, und Jan Teorell (2009): The Stability of Partisanship: evidence from a Russian panel study. S. 162-179 in: John Bartle, Paolo Bellucci (Hrsg.) Political Parties and Partisanship. London: Routledge. mehr
Bäck, Hanna, Patrick Dumont, Henk Erik Meier, Thomas Persson und Kare Vernby (2009): Does European Integration Lead to a Presidentialization of Executive Politics? Ministerial Selection in Swedish Post-War Cabinets. European Union Politics, 10, Heft 2, S. 226-252. mehr
Bäck, Hanna, Thomas Persson und Henk Erik Meier (2009): Party Size and Portfolio Payoffs. The Proportional Allocation of Ministerial Posts in Coalition Governments. Journal of Legislative Studies, Heft 15, S. 10-34. mehr
Debus, Marc (2009): Analysing Party Politics in Germany with New Approaches for Estimating Policy Preferences of Political Actors. German Politics, 18, Heft 3, S. 281-300. mehr
Debus, Marc (Hrsg.) (2009): Estimating the Policy Preferences of Political Actors in Germany and Europe: Methodological Advances and Empirical Applications (Special Issue of German Politics, 18, 3). London: Routledge. mehr
Debus, Marc (2009): Pre-Electoral Commitments and Government Formation. Public Choice, Heft 1, S. 45-64. mehr
Dieckhoff, Martina, Michael Gebel, Nadia Steiber und Daniele Zaccharia (2009): Varieties of Life Course Patterns. The Role of Institutions in Shaping Labour Market Careers in Europe. [State-of-the-Art Report] mehr
Drahokoupil, Jan (2009): After transition: Varieties of political-economic development in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Comparative European Politics, 7, Heft 2, S. 279-298. mehr
Drahokoupil, Jan (2009): Internationalisation of the State in the Czech Republic: Igniting the Competition for Foreign Investment in the Visegrád Four Region. Czech Sociological Review, 45, Heft 2, S. 549-570. mehr