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Lörz, Markus, Steffen Schindler and Jessica Walter (2011): Gender inequalities in higher education: extent, development and mechanisms of gender differences in enrolment and field of study choice. Irish Educational Studies, 30, issue 2, pp. 179-198. more
Maier, Jürgen, and Thorsten Faas (2011): 'Miniature Campaigns' in Comparison: The German Televised Debates, 2002-09. German Politics, 20, issue 1, pp. 75-91. more
Marmor, Theodore, and Claus Wendt (Eds.) (2011): Reforming Healthcare Systems, Volume I. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. more
Meffert, Michael F., and Thomas Gschwend (2011): Experimental Triangulation of Coalition Signals: Varying Designs, Converging Results. Pp. 249-283 in: Bernhard Kittel, Wolfgang J. Luhan, Rebecca B. Morton (Eds.) Experimental Political Science: Principles and Practices. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. more
Meffert, Michael F., and Thomas Gschwend (2011): Polls, coalition signals and strategic voting: An experimental investigation of perceptions and effects. European Journal of Political Research, 50, issue 5, pp. 636-667. more
Meffert, Michael F., Sascha Huber, Thomas Gschwend and Franz Urban Pappi (2011): More than wishful thinking: Causes and consequences of voters electoral expectations about parties and coalitions. Electoral Studies, 30, issue 4, pp. 804-815. more
Meyer-Sahling, Jan-Hinrik, William E. M. Lowe and Christian van Stolk (2011): Towards NPM-ization of the post-communist state? Attitudes of public officials towards models of bureaucracy in Central and Eastern Europe. London more
Mischke, Monika (2011): Types of Public Family Support: A Cluster Analysis of 15 European Countries. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 13, issue 4, pp. 443-456. more
Neugebauer, Martin, Marcel Helbig and Andreas Landmann (2011): Unmasking the myth of the same-sex teacher advantage. European Sociological Review, 27, issue 5, pp. 669-689. more
Neugschwender, Jörg (2011): Occupational Welfare Policies and Pension Income Inequalities: Case studies of pension systems in Denmark, Finland, and the United Kingdom. [Luxembourg Income Study Working Paper Series] more

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