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Armingeon, Klaus; Bürgisser, Reto (2021). Trade-offs between redistribution and environmental protection: the role of information, ideology, and self-interest. Journal of European Public Policy, 28(4):489-509.
Engler, Sarah; Weisstanner, David (2021). The threat of social decline: income inequality and radical right support. Journal of European Public Policy, 28(2):153-173.
Emmenegger, Patrick; Leemann, Lucas; Walter, André (2020). Direct democracy, coalition size and public spending. Journal of Public Policy:Epub ahead of print.
Überbacher, Florian; Scherer, Andreas Georg (2020). Indirect Compellence and Institutional Change: U.S. Extraterritorial Law Enforcement and the Erosion of Swiss Banking Secrecy. Administrative Science Quarterly, 65(3):565-605.
Kübler, Daniel; Rochat, Philippe E.; Woo, Su Yun; van der Heiden, Nico (2020). Renforcer la gouvernabilité plutôt qu’approfondir la démocratie: les raisons qui amènent les gouvernements locaux à introduire la gouvernance participative. Revue Internationale des Sciences Administratives, 86(3):427-444.
Kübler, Daniel; Rochat, Philippe E.; Woo, Su Yun; van der Heiden, Nico (2020). Strengthen governability rather than deepen democracy: why local governments introduce participatory governance. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 86(3):409-426.
Copelovitch, Mark; Hobolt, Sara B; Walter, Stefanie (2020). Challenges to the contemporary global order: Cause for pessimism or optimism? Journal of European Public Policy, 27(7):1114-1125.
Pepinsky, Thomas B; Walter, Stefanie (2020). Introduction to the debate section: understanding contemporary challenges to the global order. Journal of European Public Policy, 27(7):1074-1076.
Ewert, Christian; Kaufmann, Céline; Maggetti, Martino (2020). Linking democratic anchorage and regulatory authority: the case of internet regulators. Regulation and Governance, 14(2):184-202.
Abou-Chadi, Tarik; Wagner, Markus (2020). Electoral fortunes of social democratic parties: do second dimension positions matter? Journal of European Public Policy, 27(2):246-272.
Festic, Noemi (2020). Same, same, but different! Qualitative evidence on how algorithmic selection applications govern different life domains. Regulation and Governance:Epub ahead of print.
Kassab, Omar (2019). Does public outreach impede research performance? Exploring the ‘researcher’s dilemma’ in a sustainability research center. Science and Public Policy, 46(5):710-720.
O’Grady, Tom; Abou-Chadi, Tarik (2019). Not so responsive after all: European parties do not respond to public opinion shifts across multiple issue dimensions. Research and Politics, 6(4):online.
Busemeyer, Marius R; Garritzmann, Julian L (2019). Compensation or social investment? Revisiting the link between globalisation and popular demand for the welfare state. Journal of Social Policy, 48(3):427-448.
Zwicky, Roman; Kübler, Daniel (2019). Microfoundations of active representation in public bureaucracies: evidence from a survey of personnel recruitment in the swiss federal civil service. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 29(1):50-66.
Kammerer, Marlene; Namhata, Chandreyee (2018). What drives the adoption of climate change mitigation policy? A dynamic network approach to policy diffusion. Policy Sciences, 51(4):477-513.
Keller, Tobias R; Kleinen-von Königslöw, Katharina (2018). Pseudo-discursive, mobilizing, emotional, and entertaining: identifying four successful communication styles of political actors on social media during the 2015 Swiss national elections. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 15(4):358-377.
Häusermann, Silja (2018). The multidimensional politics of social investment in conservative welfare regimes: family policy reform between social transfers and social investment. In: Busemeyer, Marius R; de la Porte, Caroline; Garritzmann, Julian L; Pavolini, Emmanuele. The future of the social investment state. London: Routledge, 81-102.
Garritzmann, Julian L; Busemeyer, Marius R; Neimanns, Erik (2018). Public demand for social investment: new supporting coalitions for welfare state reform in Western Europe? Journal of European Public Policy, 25(6):844-861.
The future of the social investment state: politics, policies and outcomes. Edited by: Busemeyer, Marius R; de la Porte, Caroline; Garritzmann, Julian L; Pavolini, Emmanuele (2018). London: Routledge.
Busemeyer, Marius R; de la Porte, Caroline; Garritzmann, Julian L; Pavolini, Emmanuele (2018). The future of the social investment state: politics, policies, and outcomes. Journal of European Public Policy, 25(6):801-809.
Häusermann, Silja (2018). The multidimensional politics of social investment in conservative welfare regimes: family policy reform between social transfers and social investment. Journal of European Public Policy, 25(6):862-877.
Maier, Jürgen; Faas, Thorsten; Rittberger, Berthold; Fortin-Rittberger, Jessica; Josifides, Kalliope Agapiou; et al; Johann, David (2018). This time it’s different? Effects of the eurovision debate on young citizens and its consequence for EU democracy – evidence from a quasi-experiment in 24 countries. Journal of European Public Policy, 25(4):606-629.
Johann, David; Thomas, Kathrin (2018). Need for support or economic competition? Implicit associations with immigrants during the 2015 migrant crisis. Research and Politics, 5(2):1-8.
Seifert, Alexander; Schelling, Hans Rudolf (2018). Attitudes toward aging and retirement homes before and after entry into a retirement home. Journal of Housing For the Elderly, 32(1):12-25.
Welp, Yanina; Capra, Pedro; Freidenberg, Flavia (2018). Politics and digital media: An exploratory study of the 2014 subnational elections in Ecuador. In: Sobacı, Mehmet Zahid; Hatipoğlu, İbrahim. Sub-National Democracy and Politics through Social Media. Cham, Switzerland, 207-222.
Zeng, Jing; Chan, Chung-hong; Fu, King-wa (2017). How Social Media construct “truth” around crisis events: Weibo's rumor management strategies after the 2015 Tianjin blasts. Policy & Internet, 9(3):297-320.
Ares, Macarena; Hernández, Enrique (2017). The corrosive effect of corruption on trust in politicians: evidence from a natural experiment. Research and Politics, 4(2):online.
Pomeranz, Dina (2017). Impact evaluation methods in public economics : a brief introduction to randomized evaluations and comparison with other methods. Public Finance Review, 45(1):10-43.
Kovic, Marko; Rauchfleisch, Adrian; Metag, Julia; Caspar, Christian; Szenogrady, Julian (2017). Brute force effects of mass media presence and social media activity on electoral outcome. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 14(4):348-371.
Ares, Macarena; Ceka, Besir; Kriesi, Hanspeter (2017). Diffuse support for the European Union: spillover effects of the politicization of the European integration process at the domestic level. Journal of European Public Policy, 24(8):1091-1115.
Busemeyer, Marius R; Garritzmann, Julian L (2017). Public opinion on policy and budgetary trade-offs in European welfare states: evidence from a new comparative survey. Journal of European Public Policy, 24(6):871-889.
Klinger, Ulrike; Russmann, Uta (2017). “Beer is more efficient than social media”—Political parties and strategic communication in Austrian and Swiss national elections. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 14(4):299-313.
Wheatley, Jonathan (2016). Cleavage structures and dimensions of ideology in english politics: Evidence from voting advice application data. Policy & Internet, 8(4):457-477.
Maggetti, Martino; Gilardi, Fabrizio (2016). Problems (and solutions) in the measurement of policy diffusion mechanisms. Journal of Public Policy, 36(1):87-107.
Aerni, Philipp; Gagalac, Florabelle; Scholderer, Joachim (2016). The role of biotechnology in combating climate change: A question of politics? Science and Public Policy, 43(1):13-28.
Hasler, Karin; Kübler, Daniel; Christmann, Anna; Marcinkowski, Frank (2016). Over-responsibilised and over-blamed: Elected actors in media reporting on network governance. A comparative analysis in eight European metropolitan areas. Policy and Politics, 44(1):135-152.
Ramos, Romualdo; Güntert, Stefan; Brauchli, Rebecca; Bauer, Georg; Wehner, Theo; Hämmig, Oliver (2016). Exploring the Interaction Between Volunteering Status, Paid Job Characteristics and Quality of Volunteers’ Motivation on Mental Health. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 27(2):790-809.
Garritzmann, Julian L; Seng, Kilian (2016). Party politics and education spending: challenging some common wisdom. Journal of European Public Policy, 23(4):510-530.
Cheneval, Francis; Lavenex, Sandra; Schimmelfennig, Frank (2015). Demoi-cracy in the European Union: Principles, Institutions, Policies. Journal of European Public Policy, 22(1):1-18.
Giesbrecht, Tobias; Schenk, Birgit; Schwabe, Gerhard (2015). Empowering front office employees with counseling affordances. Transforming Government, 9(4):517-544.
Garcia, David; Abisheva, Adiya; Schweighofer, Simon; Serdült, Uwe; Schweitzer, Frank (2015). Ideological and Temporal Components of Network Polarization in Online Political Participatory Media. Policy & Internet, 7:46-79.
Bamert, Justus; Gilardi, Fabrizio; Wasserfallen, Fabio (2015). Learning and the diffusion of regime contention in the Arab Spring. Research and Politics, 2(3):1-9.
Wüest, Bruno; Fossati, Flavia (2015). Quantitative discursive institutionalism: a comparison of labour market policy discourse across Western Europe. Journal of European Public Policy, 22:708-730.
Martínez-González, Nahara A; Tandjung, Ryan; Djalali, Sima; Rosemann, Thomas (2015). The impact of physician-nurse task shifting in primary care on the course of disease: a systematic review. Human Resources for Health, 13:55.
Welge, Rebecca (2015). Union citizenship as demoi-cratic institution: increasing the EU's subjective legitimacy through supranational citizenship? Journal of European Public Policy, 22(1):56-74.
Maag Merki, Katharina (2014). Conducting intervention studies on school improvement: An analysis of possibilities and constraints based on an intervention study of teacher cooperation. Journal of Educational Administration, 52(5):590-616.
Oostlander, Jeannette; Günter, S T; Wehner, T (2014). Linking autonomy-supportive leadership to volunteer satisfaction. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 25(6):1368-1387.
Maggetti, Martino; Gilardi, Fabrizio (2014). Network governance and the domestic adoption of soft rules. Journal of European Public Policy, 21(9):1293-1310.
Marcinkowski, Frank; Metag, Julia (2014). Why do candidates use online media in constituency campaigning? An application of the theory of planned behavior. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 11(2):151-168.
Koch, Philippe (2013). Overestimating the Shift from Government to Governance: evidence from Swiss Metropolitan Areas. Governance, 26(3):397-423.
Nigsch, Stefano; Schenker-Wicki, Andrea (2013). Shaping performance: do international accreditations and quality management really help? Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 35(6):668-681.
Weber, K Matthias; Harper, Jennifer Cassingena; Könnölä, Totti; Carabias Barcelo, Vicente (2012). Coping with a fast-changing world: towards new systems of future-oriented technology analysis. Science and Public Policy, 39(2):153-165.
Amanatidou, Effie; Butter, Maurits; Carabias, Vicente; Könnölä, Totti; Leis, Miriam; Saritas, Ozcan; Schaper-Rinkel, Petra; van Rij, Victor (2012). On concepts and methods in horizon scanning: lessons from initiating policy dialogues on emerging issues. Science and Public Policy, 39(2):208-221.
Dunlop, Claire A; Maggetti, Martino; Radaelli, Claudio M; Duncan, Russel (2012). The many uses of regulatory impact assessment: A meta-analysis of EU and UK cases. Regulation and Governance, 6(1):23-45.
Mendez, Fernando (2012). Matching voters with political parties and candidates: an empirical test of four algorithms. International Journal of Electronic Governance, 5(3/4):264-278.
Müller, Martin (2012). Popular perception of urban transformation through megaevents: understanding support for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 30(4):693-711.
Dietl, Helmut M; Franck, Egon; Lang, Markus; Rathke, Alexander (2012). Salary cap regulation in professional team sports. Contemporary Economic Policy, 30(3):307-319.
Metag, J; Marcinkowski, F (2012). Strategic, structural, and individual determinants of online campaigning in German elections. Policy & Internet, 4(3-4):136-158.
Wheatley, Jonathan (2012). Using VAAs to explore the dimensionality of the policy space: experiments from Brazil, Peru, Scotland and Cyprus. International Journal of Electronic Governance, 5(3/4):318-348.
Strebel, Felix; Widmer, Thomas (2012). Visibility and facticity in policy diffusion: going beyond the prevailing binarity. Policy Science, 45(4):385-398.
van der Heiden, Nico; Strebel, Felix (2012). What about non-diffusion? The effect of competitiveness in policy-comparative diffusion research. Policy Science, 45(4):345-358.
Maggetti, Martino; Gilardi, Fabrizio (2011). The policy-making structure of European regulatory networks and the domestic adoption of standards. Journal of European Public Policy, 18(6):830-847.
Wüest, Bruno; Clematide, S; Bünzli, A; Laupper, D; Frey, T (2011). Electoral Campaigns and Relation Mining: Extracting Semantic Network Data from Newspaper Articles. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 8(4):444-463.
Frey, K (2010). Revising road safety policy: the role of systematic evidence in Switzerland. Governance, 23(4):667-690.
Hirschi, Christian; Widmer, Thomas (2010). Policy Change and Policy Stasis: Comparing Swiss Foreign Policy toward South Africa (1968–94) and Iraq (1990–91). Policy Studies Journal, 38(3):537-563.
Mendez, Fernando; Mendez, Mario (2010). Comparing privacy regimes: Federal theory and the politics of priva-cy regulation in the European Union and the United States. Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 40(4):617-645.
Bürli, Nicole (2010). Land rights of indigenous peoples under the European Convention on Human Rights. In: Hotz, Sandra; Zelger, Ulrich. Kultur und Kunst. Zürich: Dike, 31-54.
Inauen, Emil; Rost, Katja; Frey, Bruno S; Homberg, Fabian; Osterloh, Margit (2010). Monastic governance: forgotten prospects for public institutions. American Review of Public Administration, 40(6):631-653.
Weibel, Antoinette; Osterloh, Margit; Rost, Katja (2010). Pay for performance in the public sector: benefits and (hidden)costs. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 20(2):387-412.
Wasserfallen, Fabio (2010). The judiciary as legislator? How the European Court of Justice shapes policy-making in the European Union. Journal of European Public Policy, 17(8):1128-1146.
Church, C; Vatter, A (2009). Opposition in consensual Switzerland: a short but significant experiment. Government and Opposition, 44(4):412-437.
Steiner, A; Jarren, O (2009). In the Twilight of Democracy. Public Affairs Consultants in Switzerland. Journal of Public Affairs, 9(2):95-109.
Benz, M A; Brandes, L; Franck, E (2009). Do Soccer Associations Really Spend on a Good Thing? Empirical Evidence on Heterogeneity in the Consumer Response to Match Uncertainty of Outcome. Contemporary Economic Policy, 27(2):216-235.
Burtraw, Dallas; Goeree, Jacob K; Holt, Charles A; Myers, Erica; Palmer, Karen L; Shobe, William (2009). Collusion in auctions for emission permits: An experimental analysis. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 28(4):672-691.
Dietl, H; Lang, M (2008). The effect of gate revenue sharing on social welfare. Contemporary Economic Policy, 26(3):448-459.
Lehmkuhl, Dirk (2008). On government, governance and judicial review: the case of European competition policy. Journal of Public Policy, 28(1):139-159.
Héritier, Adrienne; Lehmkuhl, Dirk (2008). The shadow of hierarchy and new modes of governance. Journal of Public Policy, 28(1):1-17.
Knie, Andreas; Lengwiler, Martin (2008). Token endeavors: the significance of academic spin-offs in technology transfer and research policy in Germany. Science and Public Policy, 35(3):171-182.
Vatter, A; Freitag, M (2008). Decentralization and fiscal discipline in sub-national governments. Evidence from the Swiss Federal system. Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 38(2):272-294.
van der Heiden, N; Terhorst, P (2007). Varieties of glocalisation: international urban economic strategies compared. Environment and Planning C : Government and Policy, 25(3):341-356.
Lengwiler, Martin (2006). Between charisma and heuristics: four styles of interdisciplinarity. Science and Public Policy, 33(6):423-434.
Maasen, Sabine; Lengwiler, Martin; Guggenheim, Michael (2006). Practices of transdisciplinary research: close(r) encounters of science and society. Science and Public Policy, 33(6):394-398.
Guggenheim, Michael (2006). Undisciplined research: the proceduralisation of quality control in transdisciplinary projects. Science and Public Policy, 33(6):411-421.
Mendez, Fernando (2005). The European Union and cybercrime: Insights from comparative federalism? Journal of European Public Policy, 12(3):509-527.
Mach, A; Häusermann, Silja; Papadopoulos, Y (2003). Economic regulatory reforms in Switzerland: adjustment without European integration or how rigidities become flexible. Journal of European Public Policy, 10(2):301-318.
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Frey, Bruno S (1992). Efficiency and democratic political organisation; the case for the referendum. Journal of Public Policy, 12(3):209-222.
Falkinger, J; Walther, H (1991). Rewards Versus Penalties: on a New Policy against Tax Evasion. Public Finance Review, 19(1):67-79.
Frey, Bruno S (1987). Fighting Political Terrorism by Refusing Recognition. Journal of Public Policy, 7(02):179.