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Giger, Nathalie (2012): Is social policy retrenchment unpopular? How welfare reforms affect government popularity. European Sociological Review, 28, issue 5, pp. 691-700. more
Giger, Nathalie, Jan Rosset and Julian Bernauer (2012): The poor political representation of the poor in a comparative perspective. Representation, 48, issue 1, pp. 47-61. more
Glantz, Alexander, and Matthias Mader (2012): Predispositions and Public Support for the War in Afghanistan: Evidence from Germany. [2nd Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association, Berlin, June 21st to June 23rd, 2012] more
Gschwend, Thomas (2012): Strategic Voting: Coalitions, Preferences and Expectations. [AUTNES, Vienna, September 20th, 2012] more
Gschwend, Thomas, and Thomas Zittel (2012): Machen Wahlkreiskandidaten einen Unterschied? Die Persönlichkeitswahl als interaktiver Prozess. Pp. 371-392 in: Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck (Ed.) Wählen in Deutschland. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag. more
Hansen, Martin E., and Marc Debus (2012): The Behaviour of Political Parties and MPs in the Parliaments of the Weimar Republic. Party Politics, 18, issue 5 , pp. 709-726. more
Herbolsheimer, Florian W., and Andreas M. Wüst (2012): Migrationshintergrund: Fluch oder Segen bei der Ratswahl?. Stadtforschung und Statistik, issue 2, pp. 8-12. more
Hofäcker, Dirk (2012): Does Institutional Reversal of Early Retirement Policies lead to Changes in Retirement Planning? Evidence from German Survey Data. [Joint Annual Conference of the East Asian Social Policy Research Network (EASP) and the United Kingdom Social Policy Association (SPA) “Social Policy in an Unequal World” University of York, York, July 16th to July 18th, 2012] more
Hofäcker, Dirk (2012): Globalization and the Labour Market Situation of Older Workers: Exploring Trends, Challenges and Strategies for Adaptation. [EU Mutual Learning Programme, Thematic Review Seminar on “Employment policies to promote active ageing”, Brussels, June 11th, 2012] more
Hofäcker, Dirk (2012): Globalization and the Labour Market Situation of Older Workers – Trends, Challenges and Strategies for Adaptation. Brussels [Thematic Review Seminar Discussion Paper] more

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