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Schimmelfennig, Frank, and Berthold Rittberger (2006): Theories of European integration. Assumptions and hypotheses. Pp. 73-95 in: Jeremy Richardson (Ed.) European Union. Power and policy-Making. 3rd ed., London: Routledge. more
Schmitt, Hermann, and Andreas M. Wüst (2006): The Extraordinary Bundestag Election of 2005: The Interplay of Long-term Trends and Short-term Factors. German Politics and Society, 24, issue 1, pp. 27-46. more
Schmitt-Beck, Rüdiger, Stefan Weick and Bernhard Christoph (2006): Shaky attachments: Individual-level stability and change of partisanship among West German voters, 1984-2001. European Journal of Political Research, 45, issue 4, pp. 581-608. more
Sieberer, Ulrich (2006): Agenda setting in the German Bundestag. A weak government in a consensus democracy. German Politics, 15, issue 1, pp. 49-72. more
Sieberer, Ulrich (2006): Party unity in parliamentary democracies. A comparative analysis. Journal of Legislative Studies, 12, issue 2, pp. 150-178. more
Strøm, Kaare, Wolfgang C. Müller and Torbjörn Bergman (2006): The (Moral) Hazards of Parliamentary Democracy. Pp. 27-51 in: Dietmar Braun, Fabrizio Gilardi (Eds.) Delegation in Contemporary Democracies. London: Routledge. more
Thiem, Janina (2006): Explaining Roll Call Vote request in the European Parliament. Mannheim [Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung: Arbeitspapiere; 90] more
Thurner, Paul W., and Franz Urban Pappi (2006): Domestic and International Politics during EU Intergovernmental Conferences. Bridging the Gap between Negotiation Theory and Practice. Negotiation Journal, 22, issue 2, pp. 167-185. more
Thurner, Paul W., and Martin Binder (2006): EU Transgovernmental Networks: The Emergence of a New Political Space beyond the Nation State?. more
van Deth, Jan W. (2006): Democracy and involvement. The benevolent aspects of social participation. Pp. 101-129 in: Mariano Torcal, José Ramón Montero (Eds.) Political Disaffection in Contemporary Democracies. Social capital, institutions, and politics. London and New York: Routledge. more