More publications of this project

Paul C. Bauer, Alejandro Ecker, Michael Imre, Camille Landesvatter, Sonja Malich
2023
Who tweets, and how freely? Evidence from an elite survey among German politicians
S. (e-only)
Julia Schulte-Cloos, Paul C. Bauer
2023
Local Candidates, Place-Based Identities, and Electoral Success
S. 679–698
Camille Landesvatter, Paul C. Bauer
2022
How valid are trust survey measures? New insights from open-ended probing data and supervised machine learning
Utrecht
Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg, Paul C. Bauer
2021
Horseshoe Patterns: Visualizing Partisan Media Trust in Germany
S. (3 p) e-only
Paul C. Bauer
2021
Clearing the Jungle: Conceptualising Trust and Trustworthiness
S. 17-34
Oxford
Hart
Paul C. Bauer, Camille Landesvatter
2021
Assessing the Validity of Trust Survey Measures: From Generalized Social Trust to Situational Trust?
San Servolo
Paul C. Bauer, Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg
2021
Believing and Sharing Information by Fake Sources: An Experiment
S. 647-671
Camille Landesvatter, Paul C. Bauer
2021
Web Probing and Automated Text Analysis: New Tools for Sociologists?
(virtual conference)
Paul C. Bauer
2019
Trust and Cooperative Behavior: Evidence from the Realm of Data-sharing
Florence
Paul C. Bauer, Markus Freitag, Pascal Sciarini
2019
Political Trust in Switzerland: Again a Special Case?
S. 115-146
Montreal, Kingston
McGill-Queen’s University Press
Paul C. Bauer
2019
The Polarization of Trust in the European Parliament
Glasgow
Paul C. Bauer, Florian Keusch, Frauke Kreuter
2019
Trust and cooperative behavior: Evidence from the realm of data-sharing
S. (e0220115)
Paul C. Bauer
2019
The Polarization of Trust in the European Parliament
St. Petersburg
Paul C. Bauer, Davide Morisi
2018
The Polarization of Trust in the EU
Vienna
Paul C. Bauer, Markus Freitag
2018
Measuring Trust
Oxford
Oxford University Press
Paul C. Bauer, Davide Morisi
2018
The Polarization of Trust in the European Parliament
Boston, MA
Paul C. Bauer
2018
Unemployment, Trust in Government, and Satisfaction with Democracy: An Empirical Investigation
S. 1-14