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Malet, Giorgio; Walter, Stefanie (2024). Have your cake and eat it, too? Switzerland and the feasibility of differentiated integration after Brexit. West European Politics, 47(5):1150-1179.

Taschwer, Mario; Ennser-Jedenastik, Laurenz; Reidinger, Verena (2024). Social democracy transformed? Party change and union ties. West European Politics:1-28.

Petrovic, Valentina; Walo, Simon; Rössel, Jörg; Katz‐Gerro, Tally; Lopez Belbeze, Maria Pilar (2024). Perceptions of a Shared European Culture Increase the Support for the European Union. Journal of Common Market Studies:epub before print.

Ash, Elliott; Krümmel, Johann; Slapin, Jonathan B. (2024). Gender and reactions to speeches in German parliamentary debates. American Journal of Political Science:Epub ahead of print.

Penić, Sandra; Donnay, Karsten; Bhavnani, Ravi; Elcheroth, Guy; Albzour, Mai (2024). How does the geography of surveillance affect collective action? Political Psychology, 45(2):319-340.

Bremer, Björn; Bürgisser, Reto (2024). Lower taxes at all costs? Evidence from a survey experiment in four European countries. Journal of European Public Policy:Epub ahead of print.

Veri, Francesco (2024). Fostering Reasoning in the Politically Disengaged: The Role of Deliberative Minipublics. Political Studies Review:epub before print.

Malet, Giorgio; Walter, Stefanie (2024). The reverberations of British Brexit politics abroad. European Union Politics, 25(1):63-85.

De Angelis, Andrea; Vecchiato, Alessandro (2024). Panem et circenses: removing political news to generate electoral support, evidence from Berlusconi’s Italy. Rivista italiana di scienza politica:Epub ahead of print.

Hoes, Emma; Kamphorst, Jonne; Krouwel, André (2024). Prominence over proximity? Terror attacks’ impact on party preferences. European Political Science Review, 16(1):112-130.

Mitteregger, Reto (2024). Socialized with "old cleavages" or "new dimensions": An Age-Period-Cohort analysis on electoral support in Western European multiparty systems (1949–2021). Electoral Studies, 87:102744.

Darbellay, Aline (2024). Third-Country Regime and Equivalence: The Swiss Perspective. European Business Organization Law Review:online.

Li, Xiaoyang; Feng, Haoming; Yang, Hailong; Huang, Jiyuan (2024). Can ChatGPT reduce human financial analysts’ optimistic biases? Economic and Political Studies, 12(1):20-33.

Haffert, Lukas (2024). Unequal Geographic Representation in a Mixed-Member Electoral System: Evidence from the German Bundestag. German Politics, 33(1):86-109.

Zollinger, Delia (2024). Cleavage Identities in Voters’ Own Words: Harnessing Open‐Ended Survey Responses. American Journal of Political Science, 68(1):139-159.

Farag, Mahmoud (2024). Opposition inclusion and exclusion in the Arab world: Evidence from a new dataset. Mediterranean Politics, 29(1):75-87.

Korf, Benedikt (2024). Pauline Geopolitics: Thinking apocalyptic politics with Jacob Taubes. Geopolitics, 29(1):348-357.

Kübler, Daniel; Strebel, Michael A; Marcinkowski, Frank (2024). Populism and the scales of statehood. Localism and populist attitudes in Western Europe. European Political Science Review:1-17.

Dong, Lisheng; Woo, Su Yun; Kübler, Daniel (2024). The Chinese Public’s Perceptions of the European Union: Changes and Stability Revealed by 2010 and 2020 Surveys. Journal of contemporary China, 33(147):502-520.


Schlegel, Benjamin E; Stoetzer, Lukas F; Kraft, Patrick W (2023). When information is not enough for strategic voting. Electoral Studies, 86:102692.

Veri, Francesco; Sass, Jensen (2023). The domestic democratic peace: How democracy constrains political violence. International Political Science Review, 44(5):676-693.

Häusermann, Silja; Kurer, Thomas; Zollinger, Delia (2023). Aspiration Versus Apprehension: Economic Opportunities and Electoral Preferences. British Journal of Political Science, 53(4):1230-1251.

Palmtag, Tabea (2023). The unequal effect of economic development on perceived labor market risks and welfare. Political Science Research and Methods:1-18.

Ohmura, Tamaki; Willumsen, David M (2023). Free votes and the analysis of recorded votes: evidence from Germany (1949–2021). West European Politics, 46(6):1205-1221.

Dimitrakou, Ifigeneia (2023). The politics of new urban ruins. Space & polity:Epub ahead of print.

Emmenegger, Patrick; Thoma, Andreina; Walter, André (2023). Landholding Inequality, Social Control, and Mass Opposition to Suffrage Extension. British Journal of Political Science:1-19.

Cross, James P; Greene, Derek; Umansky, Natalia; Calò, Silvia (2023). Speaking in unison? Explaining the role of agenda-setter constellations in the ECB policy agenda using a network-based approach. Journal of European Public Policy:Epub ahead of print.

Loong, Shona; Manby, Alex; McConnell, Fiona (2023). Rethinking self-determination: colonial and relational geographies in Asia. Territory, Politics, Governance:Epub ahead of print.

Clayton, Govinda; Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv; Strand, Håvard; Rustad, Siri A; Wiehler, Claudia; Sagård, Tora; Landsverk, Peder; Ryland, Reidun; Sticher, Valerie; Wink, Emma; Bara, Corinne (2023). Introducing the ETH/PRIO Civil Conflict Ceasefire Dataset. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 67(7-8):1430-1451.

Levesque, Julien (2023). Anjuman, jami‘at, and association: what Sayyid organizations tell us about associational forms among Muslim caste groups. Contemporary South Asia:1-15.

Ohmura, Tamaki; Bailer, Stefanie (2023). Power-seeking, networking and competition: why women do not rise in parties. West European Politics, 46(5):897-927.

Reinl, Ann‐Kathrin; Seddig, Daniel; Dennison, James; Davidov, Eldad (2023). Basic Human Values and Preferences for an EU‐Wide Social Benefit Scheme. Journal of Common Market Studies, 2023:1-19.

Armingeon, Klaus; Lutz, Philipp (2023). Citizens’ response to a non-responsive government: the case of the Swiss Initiative on Mass Immigration. Comparative European Politics:133-151.

Schaeublin, Emanuel (2023). Civility as collective self-care in Nablus (Palestine): face-to-face interactions in the shadow of war. Peacebuilding, 11(3):288-301.

Picht, Peter Georg; Thouvenin, Florent (2023). AI and IP: Theory to Policy and Back Again – Policy and Research Recommendations at the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property. IIC : International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 54(6):916-940.

Sticher, Valerie; Verjee, Aly (2023). Do Eyes in the Sky Ensure Peace on the Ground? The Uncertain Contributions of Remote Sensing to Ceasefire Compliance. International Studies Review, 25(3):1-30.

Wolfe, Sven Daniel; Denysenko, Olena; Krichker, Dina; Rebro, Olga; Gunko, Maria (2023). The intimate and everyday geopolitics of the Russian war against Ukraine. Geopolitics:2222936.

Zhang, Caiyi; Kübler, Daniel; Dong, Lisheng (2023). Chinese perceptions of the EU: the impact of social media use. Global Public Policy and Governance, 3(2):180-198.

International Human Rights Law. Edited by: Moeckli, Daniel; Shah, Sangeeta; Sivakumaran, Sandesh; Harris, David (2023). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Binding, Garret; Koedam, Jelle; Steenbergen, Marco R (2023). The comparative meaning of political space: a comprehensive modeling approach. Political Science Research and Methods:1-9.

Backes-Gellner, Uschi; Lehnert, Patrick (2023). Berufliche Bildung als Innovationstreiber: Ein lange vernachlässigtes Forschungsfeld. Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik, 24(1):85-97.

Krüsselmann, Katharina; Aarten, Pauline; Granath, Sven; Kivivuori, Janne; Markwalder, Nora; Suonpää, Karoliina; Thomsen, Asser Hedegaard; Walser, Simone; Liem, Marieke (2023). Firearm Homicides in Europe: A Comparison with Non-Firearm Homicides in Five European Countries. Global crime, 24(2):145-167.

Kayser, Mark A; Orlowski, Matthias; Rehmert, Jochen (2023). Coalition inclusion probabilities: a party-strategic measure for predicting policy and politics. Political Science Research and Methods, 11(2):328-346.

Huikuri, Tuuli-Anna (2023). Constraints and incentives in the investment regime: How bargaining power shapes BIT reform. Review of International Organizations, 18(2):361-391.

Wolfe, Sven Daniel (2023). Between the minor and the intimate: encountering the authoritarian (extra)ordinary in Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. Geopolitics, 28(2):820-845.

Scherzinger, Johannes (2023). Unbowed, unbent, unbroken? Examining the validity of the responsibility to protect. Cooperation and conflict : journal of the Nordic International Studies Association, 58(1):81-101.

Scherzinger, Johannes (2023). ‘Acting under Chapter 7’: rhetorical entrapment, rhetorical hollowing, and the authorization of force in the UN Security Council, 1995–2017. International Relations, 37(1):3-24.

Klüser, K Jonathan (2023). From bureaucratic capacity to legislation: how ministerial resources shape governments’ policy-making capabilities. West European Politics, 46(2):347-373.

Raco, Mike; Sun, Yixiang; Brill, Frances (2023). Relational regulation and Chinese real estate investment in London: moving beyond the territorial trap. Territory, Politics, Governance, 11(2):354-376.

Eberl, Jakob-Moritz; Huber, Robert A; Mede, Niels G; Greussing, Esther (2023). Populist attitudes towards politics and science: how do they differ? Political Research Exchange, 5(1):2159847.

Besch, Johannes; López-Ortega, Alberto (2023). Do all voters appreciate rebels? Ideology moderates valence benefits from factional dissent. Journal of Legislative Studies, 29(1):113-134.

Bürgisser, Reto; Di Carlo, Donato (2023). Blessing or Curse? The Rise of Tourism-Led Growth in Europe’s Southern Periphery. Journal of Common Market Studies, 61(1):236-258.

Bremer, Björn; Bürgisser, Reto (2023). Public Opinion on Welfare State Recalibration in Times of Austerity: Evidence from Survey Experiments. Political Science Research and Methods, 11(1):34-52.

Sarma, Jasnea; Faxon, Hilary Oliva; Roberts, K B (2023). Remaking and Living with Resource Frontiers: Insights from Myanmar and Beyond. Geopolitics, 28(1):1-22.

Marks, Gary; Attewell, David; Hooghe, Liesbet; Rovny, Jan; Steenbergen, Marco (2023). The Social Bases of Political Parties: A New Measure and Survey. British Journal of Political Science, 53(1):249-260.

Spirig, Judith (2023). When Issue Salience Affects Adjudication: Evidence from Swiss Asylum Appeal Decisions. American Journal of Political Science, 67(1):55-70.

Aizenberg, Ellis; Werner, Hannah; van Geldere, Sharon (2023). Helping citizens to lobby themselves. Experimental evidence on the effects of citizen lobby engagement on internal efficacy and political support. Journal of European Public Policy:1-30.

Woo, Su Yun; Dong, Lisheng; Kübler, Daniel (2023). Now a systemic rival? Inklings of complex representations of the EU in public survey data of Chinese urban residents. Comparative European Politics, 21(5):590-608.


Fenzl, Michele; Slapin, Jonathan B; Wilhelm, Samuel (2022). From polarization of the public to polarization of the electorate: European Parliament elections as the preferred race for ideologues. European Union Politics, 23(4):590-611.

Kalte, Deborah (2022). Political Consumer Gap between Foreign Residents and Swiss Citizens: The Explanatory Relationship of Political Resources and Citizenship Status. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 28(4):653-674.

Kurer, Thomas; Van Staalduinen, Britta (2022). Disappointed Expectations: Downward Mobility and Electoral Change. American Political Science Review, 116(4):1340-1356.

Marchal, Nahema; Watson, David S (2022). The paradox of poor representation: How voter–party incongruence curbs affective polarisation. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 24(4):668-685.

Habich, Erik (2022). FRAND Access to Data: Perspectives from the FRAND Licensing of Standard-Essential Patents for the Data Act Proposal and the Digital Markets Act. IIC : International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 53(9):1343-1373.

Schweinberger, Tanja (2022). How promise breaking in trade rhetoric shapes attitudes toward bilateral US-China trade cooperation. Business and Politics, 24(4):463-490.

Dean, Karin; Sarma, Jasnea; Rippa, Alessandro (2022). Infrastructures and b/ordering: how Chinese projects are ordering China–Myanmar border spaces. Territory, Politics, Governance:Epub ahead of print.

Wang, Zhongyuan; Woo, Su Yun (2022). Deliberative representation: how Chinese authorities enhance political representation by public deliberation. Journal of Chinese Governance, 7(4):583-615.

Johann, David; Mayer, Sabrina J; Thomas, Kathrin (2022). Too immature to have a sense of duty? Civic duty in youth aged 16 and 17. German Politics, 31(4):511-531.

Araújo, Victor; Gatto, Malu A C (2022). Casting Ballots When Knowing Results. British Journal of Political Science, 52(4):1709-1727.

Sticher, Valerie (2022). Ceasefire Violations: Why They Occur and How They Relate to Strategic Decision-Making Processes. International Studies Review, 24(4):1-27.

Emmenegger, Patrick; Walter, André (2022). International Trade, the Great War, and the Origins of Taxation: Sister Republics Parting Ways. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 28(4):585-603.

Lopez Ortega, Alberto (2022). Are microtargeted campaign messages more negative and diverse? An analysis of Facebook Ads in European election campaigns. European Political Science, 21(3):335-358.

Breunig, Christian; Klüser, K Jonathan; Yang, Qixuan (2022). Can students be encouraged to read? Experimental evidence from a large lecture. European Political Science, 21(3):398-412.

Noori, Simon (2022). Suspicious Infrastructures: Automating Border Control and the Multiplication of Mistrust through Biometric E-Gates. Geopolitics, 27(4):1117-1139.

Leach, Robert (2022). Breath and the Brahmacārin: A Case of Obscure Inspiration in the Atharvaveda. Indo-Iranian Journal, 65(3):189-226.

Gessler, Theresa; Hunger, Sophia (2022). How the refugee crisis and radical right parties shape party competition on immigration. Political Science Research and Methods, 10(3):524-544.

Fjelde, Hanne; Smidt, Hannah M (2022). Protecting the Vote? Peacekeeping presence and the risk of electoral violence. British Journal of Political Science, 52(3):1113-1132.

Blair, Robert A; Di Salvatore, Jessica; Smidt, Hannah M (2022). When do UN Peacekeeping operations implement their mandates? American Journal of Political Science, 66(3):664-680.

Koedam, Jelle (2022). A change of heart? Analysing stability and change in European party positions. West European Politics, 45(4):693-715.

Zerback, Thomas; Töpfl, Florian (2022). Forged examples as disinformation: The biasing effects of political astroturfing comments on public opinion perceptions and how to prevent them. Political Psychology, 43(3):399-418.

Gilardi, Fabrizio; Gessler, Theresa; Kubli, Maël; Müller, Stefan (2022). Issue Ownership and Agenda Setting in the 2019 Swiss National Elections. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 28(2):190-208.

Lauener, Lukas; Emmenegger, Patrick; Häusermann, Silja; Walter, Stefanie (2022). Torn Between International Cooperation and National Sovereignty: Voter Attitudes in Trade‐off Situations in Switzerland. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 28(2):277-295.

Altwicker, Tilmann (2022). Social Justice and the Judicial Interpretation of International Equal Protection Law. Leiden Journal of International Law, 35(2):221-244.

Stückelberger, Simon; Koedam, Jelle (2022). Parties’ voter targeting strategies: What can facebook ads tell us? Electoral Studies, 77:1-13.

Bischof, Daniel; Cohen, Gidon; Cohen, Sarah; Foos, Florian; Kuhn, Patrick Michael; Nanou, Kyriaki; Visalvanich, Neil; Vivyan, Nick (2022). Advantages, challenges and limitations of audit experiments with constituents. Political Studies Review, 20(2):192-200.

Haffert, Lukas (2022). The long-term effects of oppression: Prussia, Political Catholicism, and the Alternative für Deutschland. American Political Science Review, 116(2):595-614.

Armingeon, Klaus; de la Porte, Caroline; Heins, Elke; Sacchi, Stefano (2022). Voices from the past: economic and political vulnerabilities in the making of next generation EU. Comparative European Politics, 20(2):144-165.

Sticher, Valerie (2022). Healing Stalemates: The Role of Ceasefires in Ripening Conflict. Ethnopolitics, 21(2):149-162.

Valsangiacomo, Chiara (2022). Clarifying and defining the concept of liquid democracy. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 28(1):61-80.

Rehmert, Jochen (2022). Coordinating nominations: how to deal with an incumbent surplus after electoral reform. Japanese Journal of Political Science, 23(1):55-72.

Foos, Florian; Bischof, Daniel (2022). Tabloid media campaigns and public opinion: quasi-experimental evidence on euroscepticism in England. American Political Science Review, 116(1):19-37.

Crasnic, Loriana (2022). Resistance in tax and transparency standards: small states’ heterogenous responses to new regulations. Review of International Political Economy, 29(1):255-280.

Jurado, Ignacio; León, Sandra; Walter, Stefanie (2022). Brexit Dilemmas: Shaping Postwithdrawal Relations with a Leaving State. International Organization, 76(2):273-304.

Leese, Matthias; Noori, Simon; Scheel, Stephan (2022). Data matters: the politics and practices of digital border and migration management. Geopolitics, 27(1):5-25.

Bertsou, Eri; Caramani, Daniele (2022). People haven't had enough of experts: technocratic attitudes among citizens in nine european democracies. American Journal of Political Science, 66(1):5-23.

Ackermann, Kathrin; Gundelach, Birte (2022). Psychological roots of political consumerism: personality traits and participation in boycott and buycott. International Political Science Review, 43(1):36-54.

Enggist, Matthias; Pinggera, Michael (2022). Radical right parties and their welfare state stances: not so blurry after all? West European Politics, 45(1):102-128.

Werner, Hannah; Jacobs, Kristof (2022). Are Populists Sore Losers? Explaining Populist Citizens' Preferences for and Reactions to Referendums. British Journal of Political Science, 52(3):1409-1417.

Garzia, Diego; da Silva Ferreira, Frederico; De Angelis, Andrea (2022). Partisan dealignment and the personalisation of politics in West European parliamentary democracies, 1961-2018. West European Politics, 45(2):311-334.

De Angelis, Andrea; Farhart, Christina; Merkley, Eric; Stecula, Dominik Political Misinformation in the Digital Age During a Pandemic: Partisanship, Propaganda, and Democratic Decision-Making. Edited by: De Angelis, Andrea; Farhart, Christina E; Merkley, Eric; Stecula, Dominik A (2022). Lausanne: Frontiers Media SA.

Werner, Hannah; Marien, Sofie (2022). Process vs. Outcome? How to Evaluate the Effects of Participatory Processes on Legitimacy Perceptions. British Journal of Political Science, 52(1):429-436.

Veri, Francesco; Barrowman, Hannah (2022). The Added Value of Configurational Meta-analyses. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 28(1):116-128.

Keller, Helen; Heri, Corina (2022). The Future is Now: Climate Cases Before the ECtHR. Nordic Journal of Human Rights, 40(1):153-174.

Giger, Nathalie; Traber, Denise; Gilardi, Fabrizio; Bütikofer, Sarah (2022). The surge in women's representation in the 2019 Swiss federal elections. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 28(2):361-376.


Capaul, Raphael; Ewert, Christian (2021). Moderation of Radical Right‐wing Populist Parties in Western European Governments – A Comparative Analysis. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 27(4):778-798.

Yin, Jenny; Willi, Thomas; Leemann, Lucas (2021). Prepaid postage using pre-stamped envelopes to affect turnout costs. Electoral Studies, 74:102405.

Koedam, Jelle (2021). Avoidance, ambiguity, alternation: position blurring strategies in multidimensional party competition. European Union Politics, 22(4):655-675.

Ongena, Steven (2021). Do governments and banks see eye to eye about the environment? Maybe not yet, but can they? Economic and Political Studies, 9(4):461-462.

Ghosh, Banhishikha (2021). Capsizing the gaze: gender non-conforming communities as monitorial citizens. Contemporary South Asia, 29(4):532-545.

Sticher, Valerie; Vuković, Siniša (2021). Bargaining in intrastate conflicts: The shifting role of ceasefires. Journal of Peace Research, 58(6):1284-1299.

Krichker, Dina; Sarma, Jasnea (2021). Can borders speak to each other? The India–Bangladesh and Spain–Morocco borders in dialogue. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 36(5):813-831.

Benincasa, Emanuela (2021). Climate policy and cross-border lending: evidence from the syndicated loan market. Economic and Political Studies, 9(4):463-476.

Clayton, Govinda; Sticher, Valerie (2021). The Logic of Ceasefires in Civil War. International Studies Quarterly, 65(3):633-646.

Smidt, Hannah (2021). Keeping electoral peace? Activities of United Nations peacekeeping operations and their effects on election-related violence. Conflict Management and Peace Science, 38(5):580-604.

Nguyen, Minh Hao; Hargittai, Eszter; Fuchs, Jaelle; Djukaric, Teodora; Hunsaker, Amand (2021). Trading spaces: how and why older adults disconnect from and switch between digital media. The Information Society, 37(5):299-311.

Huang, Hsin-Ying; Kovacs, Mate; Kryssanov, Victor; Serdült, Uwe (2021). Towards a Model of Online Petition Signing Dynamics on the Join Platform in Taiwan. In: 2021 Eighth International Conference on eDemocracy & eGovernment (ICEDEG), Quito, Ecuador, 28 July 2021 - 30 July 2021. IEEE, 199-204.

Baccini, Leonardo; Leemann, Lucas (2021). Do natural disasters help the environment? How voters respond and what that means. Political Science Research and Methods, 9(3):468-484.

Engler, Sarah; Brunner, Palmo; Loviat, Romane; Abou-Chadi, Tarik; Leemann, Lucas; Glaser, Andreas; Kübler, Daniel (2021). Democracy in times of the pandemic: explaining the variation of COVID-19 policies across European democracies. West European Politics, 44(5-6):1077-1102.

Abou-Chadi, Tarik; Kurer, Thomas (2021). Economic risk within the household and voting for the radical right. World Politics, 73(3):482-511.

Smidt, Hannah; Perera, Dominic; Mitchell, Neil J; Bakke, Kristin M (2021). Silencing their critics: how government restrictions against civil society affect international ‘naming and shaming’. British Journal of Political Science, 51(3):1270-1291.

Castro, Laia (2021). Measuring partisan media bias cross-nationally. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 27(2):412-433.

Datler, Georg; Rössel, Jörg; Schroedter, Julia H (2021). What is Europe? The Meaning of Europe in Different Social Contexts in Switzerland*. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 27(2):390-411.

Gilardi, Fabrizio; Gessler, Theresa; Kubli, Mael; Müller, Stefan (2021). Social media and policy responses to the COVID‐19 pandemic in Switzerland. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 27(2):243-256.

Abou-Chadi, Tarik; Breyer, Magdalena; Gessler, Theresa (2021). The (re)politicisation of gender in Western Europe. European Journal of Politics and Gender, 4(2):311-314.

Walter, Stefanie (2021). EU‐27 public opinion on Brexit. Journal of Common Market Studies, 59(3):569-588.

Walter, André (2021). Socialist Threat? Radical Party Entry, Electoral Alliances, and the Introduction of Proportional Representation. American Political Science Review, 115(2):701-708.

Jacques, Olivier; Haffert, Lukas (2021). Are governments paying a price for austerity? Fiscal consolidations reduce government approval. European Political Science Review, 13(2):189-207.

Michaelowa, Axel (2021). Solar radiation modification: a “Silver Bullet” climate policy for populist and authoritarian regimes? Global Policy, 12(S1):119-128.

Blind, Georg D; Lottanti von Mandach, Stefania (2021). Private Equity Buyouts in Japan: Effects on Employment Numbers. Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 59:101121.

Gundelach, Birte; Kalte, Deborah (2021). Explaining the reversed gender gap in political consumerism: personality traits as significant mediators. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 27(1):41-60.

Armingeon, Klaus (2021). Fiscal solidarity: the conditional role of political knowledge. European Union Politics, 22(1):133-154.

Vogt, Lindsay; Walsh, Casey (2021). Parsing the Politics of Singular and Multiple Waters. Water Alternatives, 14(1):1-11.

Vogt, Lindsay (2021). Water, Modern and Multiple: Enriching the Idea of Water Through Enumeration Amidst Water Scarcity in Bengaluru. Water Alternatives, 14(1):97-116.

Strebel, Michael A; Kübler, Daniel (2021). Citizens’ attitudes towards local autonomy and inter-local cooperation: evidence from Western Europe. Comparative European Politics, 19(2):188-207.

Gehring, Kai (2021). Overcoming history through exit or integration: deep-rooted sources of support for the European Union. American Political Science Review, 115(1):199-217.

Sticher, Valerie (2021). Negotiating Peace with Your Enemy: The Problem of Costly Concessions. Journal of Global Security Studies, 6(4):1-20.

Araújo, Victor (2021). Do anti-poverty policies sway voters? Evidence from a meta-analysis of conditional cash transfers. Research and Politics, 8(1):205316802199171.

Castro, Paula (2021). National interests and coalition positions on climate change: a text-based analysis. International Political Science Review, 42(1):95-113.

Gilardi, Fabrizio; Shipan, Charles R; Wüest, Bruno (2021). Policy diffusion: the issue‐definition stage. American Journal of Political Science, 65(1):21-35.

De Vries, Catherine E; Hobolt, Sara B; Walter, Stefanie (2021). Politicizing international cooperation: the mass public, political entrepreneurs, and political opportunity structures. International Organization, 75(2):306-332.

Wheatley, Jonathan; Mendez, Fernando (2021). Reconceptualizing dimensions of political competition in Europe: a demand-side approach. British Journal of Political Science, 51(1):40-59.

Attewell, David (2021). Deservingness perceptions, welfare state support and vote choice in Western Europe. West European Politics, 44(3):611-634.

Dong, Lisheng; Kübler, Daniel (2021). Government performance, political trust, and citizen subjective well-being: evidence from rural China. Global Public Policy and Governance, 1(4):383-400.

Rohrbach, Livia (2021). Intra-party dynamics and the success of federal arrangements: Ethiopia in comparative perspective. Regional and Federal Studies, 31(4):475-494.

Jackman, Anna; Jablonowski, Maximilian (2021). Investments in the imaginary: Commercial drone speculations and relations. Global Discourse, 11(1-2):39-62.

Dong, Lisheng; Kübler, Daniel (2021). Scale-building in the party-state: the governance of China’s metropolitan regions. Governance, 9(4):493-511.


Geiss, Michael (2020). What can be achieved through education at all? A response to Julian Culp. Ethics & Global Politics, 13(3):147-154.

Bornschier, Simon (2020). Combining deductive and inductive elements to measure party system responsiveness in challenging contexts: an approach with evidence from Latin America. European Political Science, 19(4):540-549.

Raeymaekers, Timothy (2020). Speaking back to sovereign power. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 40(3):474-477.

Dietrich, Simone; Milner, Helen V; Slapin, Jonathan B (2020). From text to political positions on foreign aid: analysis of aid mentions in party manifestos from 1960 to 2015. International Studies Quarterly, 64(4):980-990.

Palmtag, Tabea; Rommel, Tobias; Walter, Stefanie (2020). International trade and public protest: evidence from Russian regions. International Studies Quarterly, 64(4):939-955.

Bueno, Nicolas; Bright, Claire (2020). Implementing human rights due diligence through corporate civil liability. International & Comparative Law Quarterly, 69(4):789-818.

Ahlquist, John; Copelovitch, Mark; Walter, Stefanie (2020). The political consequences of external economic shocks: evidence from Poland. American Journal of Political Science, 64(4):904-920.

Ares, Macarena (2020). Changing classes, changing preferences: how social class mobility affects economic preferences. West European Politics, 43(6):1211-1237.

Jurado, Ignacio; Walter, Stefanie; Konstantinidis, Nikitas; Dinas, Elias (2020). Keeping the euro at any cost? Explaining attitudes toward the euro-austerity trade-off in Greece. European Union Politics, 21(3):383-405.

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Bochsler, Daniel; Szöcsik, Edina (2013). Building inter-ethnic bridges or promoting ethno-territorial demarcation lines? Hungarian minority parties in competition. Nationalities Papers, 41(5):761-779.

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Hilty, Reto M; Grosse Ruse-Khan, Henning (2013). Principles for Intellectual Property Provisions in Bilateral and Regional Agreements. International Review of Intellectual Property Anc Competition Law, 44(8):878-883.

Bochsler, Daniel (2013). Radicalizing electoral system effects on support for nationalist hardliners in Serbia. Nations and Nationalism, 19(1):21-43.

Alexander, Kern (2013). Reforming European financial supervision: adapting EU institutions to market structures. ERA Forum, 14(1):81-93.

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Bornschier, Simon (2012). Cleavages and actors in the formation of a new cultural divide: Why a right-wing populist party emerged in France and not in Germany. European Political Science Review, 4(1):1-25.

Plüss, Larissa; Rusch, Marisa (2012). Der Gender Gap in Schweizer Stadtparlamenten: Differenzen zwischen den weiblichen und männlichen Stadtparlamentsmitgliedern hinsichtlich ihrer politischen Rekrutierung und ihren politischen Karrieremustern. Swiss Political Science Review = Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 18(1):54-77.

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Bühlmann, M; Merkel, W; Müller, L; Wessels, B (2012). The Democracy Barometer: a new instrument to measure the quality of democracy and its potential for comparative research. European Political Science, 11(4):519-536.

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Bernauer, J; Bochsler, D (2011). Electoral entry and success of ethnic minority parties in central and eastern Europe: a hierarchical selection model. Electoral Studies, 30(4):738-755.

Kuhn, Andreas (2011). In the eye of the beholder: Subjective inequality measures and individuals' assessment of market justice. European Journal of Political Economy, 27(4):625-641.

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Beckstein, Martin (2011). The dissociative and polemical political: Chantal Mouffe and the intellectual heritage of Carl Schmitt. Journal of Political Ideologies, 16(1):33-51.

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Müller, Martin (2011). Market meets nationalism: making entrepreneurial state subjects in post-Soviet Russia. Nationalities Papers, 39(3):393-408.

Pelican, Michaela (2011). Mbororo on the move: from pastoral mobility to international travel. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 29(4):427-440.

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Müller, Martin (2011). Public opinion toward the European Union in Georgia. Post-Soviet Affairs, 27(1):64-92.

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