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Axenfeld, Julian B., Christian Bruch and Christof Wolf (2022): General-purpose imputation of planned missing data in social surveys: different strategies and their effect on correlations. [DAGStat 2022, Hamburg, March 28th to April 01st, 2022] more
Bach, Ruben L., Christoph Kern, Denis Bonnay and Luc Kalaora (2022): Understanding political news media consumption with digital trace data and natural language processing. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, Statistics in Society, 185, issue S2, pp. S246-S269. more
Bauer, Paul C., Frederic Gerdon, Florian Keusch, Frauke Kreuter and David Vannette (2022): Did the GDPR Increase Trust in Data Collectors? Evidence from Observational and Experimental Data. Information, Communication & Society, 25, issue 14, pp. 2101-2121. more
Behrens, Lion, Dominic Nyhuis and Thomas Gschwend (2022): Constructive and destructive legislative review: The government-opposition divide in parliamentary oversight. Journal of Politics, 85, issue 1, pp. 223-239. more
Berkessel, Jana, Tobias Ebert, Jochen E. Gebauer, Thorsteinn Jonsson and Shigehiro Oishi (2022): Pandemics Initially Spread Among People of Higher (Not Lower) Social Status: Evidence From COVID-19 and the Spanish Flu. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 13, issue 3, pp. 722–733. more
Biegert, Thomas, and Bernhard Ebbinghaus (2022): Accumulation or absorption? Changing disparities of household non-employment in Europe during the Great Recession. Socio-Economic Review, 20, issue 1, pp. 141–168. more
Boileau, Lucia L.-A., Herbert Bless and Jochen Gebauer (2022): The "Mixed Bag” of Segregation – On Positive and Negative Associations with Migrants’ Acculturation. European Journal of Social Psychology, 52, issue 3, pp. 457-471. more
Breznau, Nate, Eike Mark Rinke, Alexander Wuttke, Hung Nguyen, Daniel Auer, Oke Bahnsen, Paul C. Bauer, Julian Bernauer, Simon Ellerbrock, Tobias Gummer, Stefanie Heyne, Matthias Mader, Christoph Wolf, Nan Zhang and et al. (2022): Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America: PNAS, 119, issue 44, (article no. e2203150119), pp. 1-8. more
Bräuninger, Thomas, and Nikolay Marinov (2022): ‪Political Elites and the `War on Truth'. Journal of Public Economics, 206, issue February 2022, (article no. 104585). more
Bräuninger, Thomas, Thomas Däubler, Robert Huber and Lukas Rudolph (2022): How Open Lists Undermine the Electoral Support of Cohesive Parties. British Journal of Political Science, 52, issue 4, pp. 1931-1943. more