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Carolina Plescia, Alejandro Ecker, Thomas M. Meyer
2022
Do party supporters accept policy compromises in coalition governments?
S. 214-229
Alejandro Ecker, Marcelo Jenny, Wolfgang C. Müller, Katrin Praprotnik
2022
How and why party position estimates from manifestos, expert, and party elite surveys diverge: A comparative analysis of the ‘left–right’and the ‘European integration’ dimensions
S. 528-540
Alejandro Ecker, Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik, Martin Haselmayer
2020
Gender Bias in Asylum Adjudications: Evidence for Leniency toward Token Women
S. 117-126
Alejandro Ecker, Thomas M. Meyer
2020
Coalition bargaining duration in multiparty democracies
S. 261-280
Michael Imre, Alejandro Ecker
2020
Measuring policy positions using 280 characters (or less) – Introducing a new data set on intra-party preference heterogeneity
(virtual conference)
Michael Imre, Alejandro Ecker, Thomas M. Meyer, Wolfgang C. Müller
2019
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands: coalition mood in European parliamentary democracies
Belfast
Michael Imre, Alejandro Ecker, Thomas M. Meyer, Wolfgang C. Müller
2019
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands: coalition mood in European parliamentary democracies
Wrocław
Alejandro Ecker, Thomas M. Meyer
2019
Fairness and qualitative portfolio allocation in multiparty governments
S. 309–330
Michael Imre, Alejandro Ecker, Thomas M. Meyer, Wolfgang C. Müller
2019
If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands: coalition mood in European parliamentary democracies
Zürich
Alejandro Ecker
2018
Qualitative portfolio allocation in European multiparty governments
Boston, MA
Alejandro Ecker
2018
Policy pay-offs in European multiparty governments
Barcelona
Alejandro Ecker
2018
The effect of electoral coordination on voting behavior
Vienna
Alejandro Ecker
2018
Portfolio allocation at the local level in Germany
Frankfurt am Main
Alejandro Ecker
2017
Coalition Governance and Cabinet Duration
Chicago, IL
Alejandro Ecker
2017
Fairness and Portfolio Allocation in Multiparty Governments
Milan