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Abou-Chadi, Tarik, Denis Cohen und Thomas Kurer (2020): The Political Economy of Rental Housing. [Social Status Workshop, (virtual), 01. bis 02. Oktober 2020] mehr
Adendorf, Anna (2020): Talk Dirty to Me: Coalition Signals throughout the Electoral Cycle. [Workshop "Party Competition in the Electoral Cycle", (virtual), 04. Dezember 2020] mehr
Adendorf, Anna, und Martin Gross (2020): Under Pressure: Dominant Parties' Reactions to Euroskeptic Challenger Parties in European Regions. [ECPR General Conference, (virtual conference), 24. bis 28. August 2020] mehr
Althaus, Scott, Joseph Bajjalieh, Marc Jungblut, Dan Shalmon, Wouter van Atteveldt, Kasper Welbers und Hartmut Wessler (2020): Is It Easier to Scare Us or Piss Us Off? The Impact of Terrorist Attacks on News Discourse Across 74 Years of New York Times Reporting. [70th Annual International Communication Association Conference, (virtual conference), 20. bis 26. Mai 2020] mehr
Bahnsen, Oke (2020): Coalition Signals - Cheap Talk for Voters?. [ECPR General Conference, (virtual conference), 24. bis 28. August 2020] mehr
Bender, Benedikt (2020): Business Interest in a changing welfare state. [Business in Politics and Society in Europe (CES) - Online Panel, (virtual), 28. August 2020] mehr
Brinkmann, Marvin, und Elias Naumann (2020): Explaining Support for Welfare Chauvinism – How Immigrants’ Status and Citizenship Affect Natives’ Preferences to Exclude Immigrants from Access to Social Assistance and Unemployment Benefits. [18th Annual ESPAnet Conference, (virtual conference), 02. bis 04. September 2020] mehr
Bähr, Sebastian, Georg-Christoph Haas, Florian Keusch, Frauke Kreuter und Mark Trappmann (2020): Social Networks on Smartphones - Congruency of Online and Offline Networks and Their Effect on Labor Market Outcomes. [32nd Annual SASE Meeting, (virtual conference), 18. bis 21. Juli 2020] mehr
Cernat, Alexandru, und Florian Keusch (2020): Do surveys change behavior? Insights from digital trace data. [6th International Conference on Computational Social Science, (virtual conference), 17. bis 20. Juli 2020] mehr
Chan, Chung-hong, Hartmut Wessler, Wouter van Atteveldt und Scott Althaus (2020): Are Right-Wing Attackers Also Terrorists? An Automated Content Analysis on How Perpetrator Identity Shapes Worldwide English-Language News Coverage of Islamist and Right-Wing Attacks. [70th Annual International Communication Association Conference, (virtual conference), 20. bis 26. Mai 2020] mehr

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