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Recent publications

These are some of the recent publications from members of the department.

Can Policy Responses to Pandemics Reduce Mass Fear?

Michael Bechtel, William O’Brochta & Margit Tavits (2022), Journal of Experimental Political Science. Cambridge, 1-11.

Collecting large-scale comparative text data on legislative debates

Jan Schwalbach & Christian Rauh (2021). In: Marc Debus, Hanna Bäck, Jorge Fernandes (ed.): The Politics of Legislative Debate Around the World. Oxford, 91–109.

Experience: Implikationen für Mensch, Gesellschaft und Politik. Festschrift für Wolfgang Leidhold

Claudius Mandel & Philipp Thimm (2021), Würzburg.

Foundations of European Politics: A Comparative Approach

Catherine de Vries, Sara Hobolt, Sven-Oliver Proksch & Jonathan Slapin (2021), Oxford.

Do parliaments have control over sovereign debt management?

Christine Trampusch & Philip Gross (2021), West European Politics 44 (2), 299–326.

Politicians Unleashed? Political Communication on Twitter and in Parliament in Western Europe

Bruno Castanho Silva & Sven-Oliver Proksch (2021), Political Science Research and Methods, online first.

Bridging Spatial and Saliency Theory: Party Size and Issue Selection in Campaigns

Chitralekha Basu (2020), Political Science Research and Methods 8 (3), 444–458.

Was Europa wissen darf: Die Geheimdienste der USA und die europäische Politik

Thomas Jäger, Verena Diersch & Stephan Liedtke (2020), Zürich.

Does the Electoral System Foster a Predominant Party System? Evidence from Turkey

Düzgün Arslantaş, Şenol Arslantaş & André Kaiser (2020), Swiss Political Science Review 26 (1), 125–143.


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