Publications in 2018

Selb, Peter and Simon Munzert. (2018). Examining a Most Likely Case for Strong Campaign Effects: Hitler’s Speeches and the Rise of the Nazi Party, 1927–1933. American Political Science Review 112(4): 1050-1066.

Donnay, Karsten, Eric T. Dunford, Erin C. McGrath, David Backer and David C. Cunningham. (2018). Integrating Conflict Event Data. Journal of Conflict Resolution (Online First), doi: 10.1177/0022002718777050.

Jungherr, Andreas, Matthias Mader, Harald Schoen and Alexander Wuttke. (2018). Context-Driven Attitude Formation: The Difference Between Supporting Free Trade in the Abstract and Supporting Specific Trade AgreementsReview of International Political Economy 25(2): 215-242.

Wuttke, Alexander, Andreas Jungherr and Harald Schoen. (2018). More Than Opinion Expression: Secondary Effects of Intraparty Referendums on Party MembersParty Politics (Online First), doi: 10.1177/1354068817745729.

Ohmura, Tamaki, Stefanie Bailer, Peter Meissner and Peter Selb. (2018). Pathways into Parliament: Party Animals, Parachutists, and other Political Career Patterns. West European Politics 41(1): 169–195.

Küntzler, Theresa. (2018). Using Data Combination of Fundamental Variable-Based Forecasts and Poll-Based Forecasts to Predict the 2013 German Election. German Politics 27(1): 25–43.

Gerber, Marlène, André Bächtiger, Susumu Shikano, Simon Reber and Samuel Rohr. (2018). Deliberative Abilities and Influence in a Transnational Deliberative Poll (Europolis). British Journal of Political Science 48(4): 1093–1118.