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Kristen, Cornelia, and Jörg Dollmann (2011): Migration und Schulerfolg: Zur Erklärung ungleicher Bildungsmuster. Pp. 102-117 in: Michael Matzner (Ed.) Handbuch Migration und Bildung. Weinheim: Beltz. more
Kristen, Cornelia, Aileen Edele, Frank Kalter, Irena Kogan, Benjamin Schulz, Petra Stanat and Gisela Will (2011): The education of migrants and their children across the life course. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, Special, issue 14, pp. 121-137. more
König, Thomas (2011): Politische Steuerung und ergänzende Bürgerbeteiligung. Forum Wohnen und Stadtentwicklung, 3, issue 2, pp. 70-72. more
König, Thomas, and Bernd Luig (2011): The Conditionality of Parliamentary Scrutiny: Ministerial Gatekeeping and Median Positions in Parliamentary Legislatures. [69th Annual National Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), Chicago, IL, March 31st to April 03rd, 2011] more
König, Thomas, and Bernd Luig (2011): Estimating Context-Related Policy Preferences. [ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, St. Gallen, April 12th to April 17th, 2011] more
König, Thomas, and Dirk Junge (2011): Conflict Resolution in the Council by Linkage of Commission Proposals. Pp. 76-88 in: Renaud Dehousse (Ed.) The 'Community Method'. Obstinate or Obsolete?. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. more
Lowe, William E. M. (2011): Statistical issues with event data and the shape of the solutions. [Event Data Workshop, Istanbul, Turkey, December 02nd to December 04th, 2011] more
Lowe, William E. M., and Kenneth Benoit (2011): Estimating uncertainty in quantitative text analysis. [MI Text Analysis Workshop, London, June 23rd to June 24th, 2011] more
Lowe, William E. M., and Kenneth Benoit (2011): Practical issues in text scaling models: Estimating legislator ideal points in multi-party systems using speeches. [Midwest Political Science Association Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 30th to May 03rd, 2011] more
Lowe, William E. M., Kenneth Benoit, Slava Mikhaylov and Michael Laver (2011): Scaling policy preferences from coded units of political texts. Legislative Studies Quarterly, 26, issue 1, pp. 123-155. more