More publications of this project

Thomas Gschwend, Klara Müller, Simon Munzert, Marcel Neunhoeffer, Lukas F. Stoetzer
2022
The Zweitstimme Model: A Dynamic Forecast of the 2021 German Federal Election
S. 85-90
Anna Adendorf, Ines Rehbein, Oke Bahnsen, Thomas Gschwend, Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Lukas F. Stötzer
2021
Who wants to go with whom? Identifying coalition signals in newspaper articles using transfer learning
(virtual conference)
Oke Bahnsen, Ulrich Müller, Georg W. Alpers
2021
Anxiety does not Change Political Attitudes. A Threat of Shock Experiment
Berlin
Anna Adendorf, Ines Rehbein, Oke Bahnsen, Thomas Gschwend, Simone Paolo Ponzetto, Lukas F. Stötzer
2021
Who wants to go with whom? Identifying coalition signals in newspaper articles using transfer learning
(virtual conference)
Anna Adendorf, Markus Baumann, Rosa M. Navarrete
2021
Tweeting Out Loud. Coalition Signals in Social Media
(virtual conference)
Thomas Gschwend, Marcel Neunhoeffer, Oliver Rittmann
2021
Simulating Quantities of Interest when the Dependent Variable is Logged
(virtual conference)
Oke Bahnsen, Thomas Gschwend, Lukas F. Stötzer
2020
How do coalition signals shape voting behavior? Revealing the mediating role of coalition expectations
S. (article no. 102166)
Anna Adendorf
2020
Talk Dirty to Me: Coalition Signals throughout the Electoral Cycle
(virtual)
Ulrich Müller, Oke Bahnsen, Georg W. Alpers
2020
Anxiety Politics - Evidence from a Pre-Registered Experiment on the Impact of Threat of Shock on Political Attitudes
(virtual conference)
Anna Adendorf, Martin Gross
2020
Under Pressure: Dominant Parties' Reactions to Euroskeptic Challenger Parties in European Regions
(virtual conference)
Oke Bahnsen
2020
Coalition Signals - Cheap Talk for Voters?
(virtual conference)
Oke Bahnsen
2019
Coalition Signals - Cheap Talk for Voters?
Belfast
Anna Adendorf
2019
Talk Dirty to Me. Coalition Signals throughout the Electoral Cycle
Belfast
Anna Adendorf
2019
Talk Dirty to Me. Coalition Signals throughout the Electoral Cycle
Zürich
Oke Bahnsen
2019
Government Survival in Presence of Pre-Electoral Coalitions
Zürich
Anna Adendorf
2019
First Things First. Topic Order as an Indicator of Issue Emphasis in Election Manifestos
Aarhus
Lukas F. Stötzer, Indridi I. Indridason, Thomas Gschwend
2018
Pre-Electoral Coalition Strategies in Multiparty Systems
Frankfurt am Main
Thomas Gschwend, Indridi H. Indridason, Lukas F. Stötzer
2018
Pre-Electoral Coalition Strategies in Multiparty Systems
Vienna
Thomas Gschwend, Michael F. Meffert, Lukas F. Stötzer
2017
Weighting Parties and Coalitions: How Coalition Signals Influence Voting Behavior
S. 642-655
Thomas Gschwend, Lukas F. Stötzer, Steffen Zittlau
2016
What drives rental votes? How coalitions signals facilitate strategic coalition voting
S. 293-306