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Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2005): When Less is More: Selection Problems in Large-N and Small-N Cross-national Comparisons. International Sociology, 20, issue 2, pp. 133-152. more
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard, and Bernhard Kittel (2005): European Rigidity Versus American Flexibility? The Institutional Adaptability of Collective Bargaining. Work and Occupations, 32, issue 2, pp. 163-195. more
Gangl, Markus (2005): Income inequality, permanent incomes and income dynamics: Comparing Europe to the United States. Work and Occupations, 32, issue 2, pp. 140-162. more
Gschwend, Thomas (2005): Analyzing Quota Sample Data and the Peer-Review Process. French Politics, 3, issue 1, pp. 88-91. more
Gschwend, Thomas (2005): Institutional Incentives for Strategic Voting: The Case of Portugal. [Portuguese Electoral Behavior: Comparative and Longitudinal Approaches, Lisbon, January 27th to January 28th, 2005] more
Gschwend, Thomas (2005): Ticket-Splitting and Strategic Voting under Mixed Electoral Rules: Evidence from Germany. Mannheim [SFB 504 discussion paper] more
Gschwend, Thomas, and Dirk Leuffen (2005): Divided We Stand - Unified We Govern? Cohabitation and Regime Voting in the 2002 French Elections. British Journal of Political Science, 35, pp. 691-712. more
Hausen, Cornelia, Jean-Marie Jungblut, Walter Müller, Reinhard Pollak and Heike Wirth (2005): Validation of the Eropean Socio-economic Classification for Germany. Mannheim more
Huckfeldt, Robert, Ikeda Ken'ichi and Franz Urban Pappi (2005): Patterns of Disagreement in Democratic Politics: Comparing Germany, Japan, and the United States. American Journal of Political Science, 49, issue 3, pp. 497-514. more
Humrich, Christoph (2005): The Reflective Institutionalist Approach to International Negotiation and the Case of "Good Governance" within the EU and the EU-ACP Partnership. Pp. 55-85 in: Eibe Riedel, Dirk Hanschel (Eds.) Institutionalization of International Negotiation Systems. Theoretical Concepts and Practical Insights. Mannheim: Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung. more