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Thurner, Paul W., und Angelika Eymann (2000): Policy-specific alienation and indifference in the calculus of voting: A simultaneous model of party choice and abstention. Public Choice, Heft 102, S. 51-77. mehr
Thurner, Paul W., Angelika Eymann und Franz Urban Pappi (2000): Voter Reactions Towards EMU: Did Foreign Trade Sensitivity Matter?. Washington mehr
van Deth, Jan W. (2000): Interesting but irrelevant: Social capital and the saliency of politics in Western Europe. European Journal of Political Research, Heft 37, S. 115-147. mehr
van Deth, Jan W. (2000): Political interest and apathy: the decline of a gender gap?. Acta Politica, 35, Heft 2, S. 247-274. mehr
Braun, Günter (1999): The Swiss social security (insurance) system. Eurodata Newsletter, Heft 10, S. 16-23. mehr
Brauns, Hildegard (1999): Individual Labor Market Outcomes and the Impact of Institutions: Assessing the Micro-Macro Link in Comparative Perspective between Germany, France and the United Kingdom. Berlin [GAFOSS Programme Book] mehr
Brauns, Hildegard (1999): Vocational Education in Germany and France. International Journal of Sociology: special issue on 'Globalization and Changes in Vocational Training Systems in Developing and Advanced Industrialized Countries', 28, Heft 4, S. 57-98. mehr
Brauns, Hildegard, und Susanne Steinmann (1999): Educational Reform in France, West-Germany, the United Kingdom and Hungary. Updating the CASMIN Educational Classification. ZUMA-Nachrichten, 44, S. 7-44. mehr
Brauns, Hildegard, Markus Gangl und Stefani Scherer (1999): Education and Unemployment: Patterns of Labour Market Entry in France, the United Kingdom and Germany. S. 287-312 in: David Raffe, Rolf van der Velden, Patrick Werquin (Hrsg.) Education, the Labour Market and Transition in Youth: Cross-national Perspectives. Proceedings of the 1998 European Workshop.. Edinburgh: CES. mehr
Brauns, Hildegard, Susanne Steinmann, Annick Kieffer und Catherine Marry (1999): Does Education Matter? France and Germany in Comparative Perspective. European Sociological Review, 15, Heft 1, S. 61-89. mehr

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