Aktuelle Publikationen

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Aktuelle Publikation

Kurzbeiträge

  • Grimm, Sonja (2015): Militärische Intervention [MilitaryIntervention]. In: Kollmorgen, Ray/Merkel, Wolfgang/Wagener, Hans-Jürgen (Eds.): Handbuch Transformationsforschung [Handbook Transition Research], Wiesbaden: Springer VS: 625–634.
  • Grimm, Sonja/Stumpter, Theresa M. (2015): Suchen nach Strategien – Transformationsunterstützung als Demokratieförderung [Searching for Strategies: Support for Transition and Democracy Promotion]. In: Maaß, Kurt-Jürgen (Ed.): Kultur und Außenpolitik. Handbuch für Studium und Praxis [Culture and Foreign Policy: Handbook],Baden-Baden: Nomos: 198–207.
  • Haer, Roos and Arzu Kibris (2015): Introduction to the Proceedings of the 15th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference. Peace Economcis, Peace Science, and Public Policy 21(4): 415–418.
  • Herrmann, Michael / Munzert, Simon / Selb, Peter(2015) “The conventional wisdom about tactical voting iswrong.” LSE British Politics and Policy Blog.  http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/the-conventional-wisdomabout-tactical-voting-is-wrong/
  • Schnatterer, Tinette (2015): Rezension von John Bartle, Pablo Bellucci, eds, “Political Parties and Partisanship. Social Identity and individual attitudes, Londres, Routledge/ECPR, 2e édition 2015”, Revue Française de Science Politique, 65(5–6), 938–941.

Monographie

  • Bank, Volker / Busemeyer, Marius R. / Dohmen, Dieter/ Frommberger, Dietmar (2015): Governance und Finanzierung kooperativer Berufsbildung: Die Rolle von privaten Akteuren stärken [Governance and financing of cooperative vocational education and training: Strengthening the role of private actors]. Bonn and Eschborn: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KFW).
  • Busemeyer, Marius R. / Haastert, Susanne (2015): Kontrovers, aber erfolgreich!? Eine Zwischenbilanz grün-roter Bildungsreformen in Baden-Württemberg [Controversial, but successful!? A preliminary evaluation of education reforms of the green-red government coalition in Baden-Württemberg]. Stuttgart: Fritz-Erler-Forum Baden-Württemberg.
  • Nagel, M. (2015): Polarisierung im politischen Diskurs: Eine Netzwerkanalyse zum Konflikt um Stuttgart 21. Aachen und Frankfurt am Main: Springer VS.

Sammelbände


  • Behnke, Nathalie/ Eppler, Annegret (2015) German environmental federalism in the multi-level system of the European Union, in: Robbins, Kalyani (Hrsg.): The Lawand Policy of Environmental Federalism: A comparative analysis. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 304–326. www.e-elgar.com/shop/the-law-and-policy-ofenvironmental-federalism
  • Behnke, Nathalie (2015): Bedarfe im deutschen Länderfinanzausgleich. In Martin Junkernheinrich/ Joachim Lange (Hg.): Die Reform der föderalen Finanzen – wie geht es weiter? (Loccumer Protokoll 13/15), 85–98.  www.loccum.de/protokoll/inhalt/inh1513.html
  • Busemeyer, Marius R. (2015). Social investment, skillsand inequality: The Importance of Institutional Design, in: Chwalisz, Claudia / Diamond, Patrick (Eds.): The Predistribution Agenda: Tackling Inequality and Supporting Sustainable Growth. London, New York: Tauris, 161–175.
  • Busemeyer, Marius R. (2015). Social investment, skillsand inequality: Hard choices in education and welfare state policies, in: Marin, Bernd (Ed.): The future of welfare in a global Europe. Farnham: Ashgate, 241–266.
  • Brouard, Sylvain/Costa, Olivier/ Kerrouche, Eric/Schnatterer, Tinette (2015): Why do French MPs Focus More on Constituency Work than on Parliamentary Work?, in: Costa O. (Hrsg.): Parliamentary Representation in France. Routledge.
  • Costa, Olivier/ Schnatterer, Tinette (2015): The French Constitutional Law of 23 July 2008 as seen by MPs: Working or Talking Parliament?, in: Costa O. (Hrsg.): ParliamentaryRepresentation in France. Routledge.
  • Daase, Cindy (2016): Abchasien, Süd-Ossetien und Transnistrien – de facto-(Klein-)Staaten im postsowjetischen Raum, in: Wolf, Sebastian (Hrsg.): State Size Matters, Politik und Recht im Kontext von Kleinstaatlichkeit und Monarchie, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag,219–249.
  • Engert, S. (2015): Das kollektive Gewissen: Warum Staaten sich (nicht) entschuldigen, in: S. Schäde & T. Moos(Eds.), Das Gewissen; Reihe Religion & Aufklärung (Vol.24, pp. 511–538). Tübingen: Mohr-Siebeck.
  • Engert, S. (2015): Der steinige Weg zurück: Emotionen im deutsch-israelischen Versöhnungsprozess, in: K. Berner(Ed.), Emotionen: Freund oder Feind? Reihe Villigst Profile. LIT-Verlag.
  • Kunze, Florian / Garten, Daniela (2015): Organizational climates and age. In Pachana N.A.; Zacher, H. (Eds.) Encyclopediaof Geropsychology. Springer: New York (ISBN: 978-981-287-080-3  )
  • Kwek, D. K. H. B. and Seyfert, Robert (2015): Affekt. Macht. Dinge.: Die Aufteilung sozialer Sensorien in heterologischen Gesellschaften, in: Hanna Katharina Göbel,Sophia Prinz (Hg.) Die Sinnlichkeit des Sozialen: Wahrnehmung und materielle Kultur Transcript, 2015.
  • Osei, Anja (2015): The 2012 Senegalese Presidential Elections, in Lodge, Tom / Fakir, Ebrahim (eds.): African Political Parties. Johannesburg: Jacana Media, 123–153.
  • Person, Christian (2015): Pornography: 'soft-core' liberalization of indecent material in Europe, in Knill, Christoph/ Adam, Christian / Hurka, Steffen (Hrsg.): On the Road to Permissiveness? Change and Convergence of Moral Regulation in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 102–128.
  • Schittny; Luisa/Schnatterer; Tinette (forthcoming2016): Can you hear me? Political communication between MPs and citizens in France and Germany, in: Gabriel O.W.; E. Kerrouche and S. S. Schuettemeyer (Hrsg.): Political Representation in France and Germany: Attitudes and Activities of Citizens and MPs. Cambridge University Press.
  • Welz, Martin (2016): The roles of the African Union and its Member States in Managing Migration across the Mediterranean, in: Ippolito, Francesca; Trevisanut, Seline (Hrsg.): Migration in the Mediterranean: Mechanisms of International Cooperation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 92–112.
  • Witting, A. & D. Kallee (2015) “Ruling Big Data Use in Urban Flood Risk Mitigation.” Yearbook of Swiss Administrative Sciences 2015, Zürich: SGVW, pp. 11–20.
  • Zuber, Christina I. / Kaiser, André (2016): Die politische Theorie des Neoinstitutionalismus: James March und Johan Olsen, in: Brodocz, André / Schaal, Gary S.(Hrsg.): Politische Theorien der Gegenwart II. Opladen und Farmington Hills: Verlag Barbara Budrich/ UTB. www.budrich-verlag.de/pages/frameset/reload.php?ID=147&_requested_page=%2Fpages%2Fdetails.php

Zeitschriften

  • Basedau, Matthias/Koos, Carlo (2015): When Do Religious Leaders Support Faith-Based Violence? Evidence from a Survey Poll in South Sudan, Political Research Quarterly, 68 (4), 760–772.
  • Behr, Daniela, Roos Haer, and Daniela Kromrey (2015): What is a Chief without Land? Impact of Land Reformson Power Structures in Namibia, Regional and Federal Studies, 25 (5), 455–472.
  • Busemeyer, Marius R. / Tober, Tobias (2015): European integration and the political economy of inequality, European Union Politics, 16 (4): 536–557.
  • Bussmann, Margit/Schneider, Gerald (2015): A Porous Humanitarian Shield: The Laws of War, the Red Cross, and the Killing of Civilians. Review of International Organization (doi:10.1007/s11558-015-9233-9  )
  • Cederman, Lars-Erik / Weidmann, Nils B. / Bormann, Nils-Christian (2015): Triangulating Horizontal Inequality: Toward Improved Conflict Analysis, Journal of Peace Research, 52(6), 806–821.
  • Croicu, Mihai / Weidmann, Nils B. (2015): Improving the Selection of News Reports for Event Coding Using Ensemble Classification, Research and Politics, 2 (4), 1–8.
  • De Juan, Alexander (2016): Extraction and Violent Resistance in the Early Phases of State Building Quantitative Evidence from the “Maji Maji” Rebellion, 1905–1907, Comparative Political Studies, 49 (2), 291–323.
  • De Juan, Alexander/Pierskalla, Jan (2016): Civil war violence and political trust: Microlevel evidence from Nepal, Conflict Management and Peace Science, 33 (1),67-88.
  • De Juan, Alexander (2016), Auswirkungen von Gewalt auf Religion: Eine alternative Perspektive auf innerstaatliche „religiöse Konflikte“, Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, Sonderband 1, 266–293.
  • De Juan, Alexander/Hasenclever Andreas (2015), Framing Political Violence: Success and Failure of Religious Mobilization in the Philippines and Thailand, Civil Wars, 17 (2), 201–221.
  • Drüner, Dietrich/Klüver, Heike/Mastenbroek, Ellen/Schneider, Gerald (2016): The Winset or the Core? Predicting Policy Change and Decision Making Efficiency in the European Union. Comparative European Politics (doi:10.1057/cep.2015.26  )
  • Elias, Anwen / Szöcsik, Edina / Zuber, Christina I.(2015): Position, Selective Emphasis and Framing: How parties deal with a second dimension in competition. Party Politics 21 (6), 839–850.
  • Gold, Valentin /El-Assady, Mennatallah /Bögel, Tina/Rohrdantz, Christian /Butt, Miriam /Holzinger, Katharina/Keim, Daniel (2015): Visual Linguistic Analysis of Political Discussions: Measuring Deliberative Quality. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (2015). First published online: 10 September 2015.
  • Holzinger, Katharina /Schimmelfennig, Frank (2015): Eurokrise und differenzierte Integration, Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 56 (3), 457–478.
  • Jobst, Johanna & Boerner, Sabine (2015): The Impact of Primary Service and Servicescape on Customer Satisfaction in a Leisure Service Setting: An Empirical Investigation among Theatregoers. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 20, 238–255.
  • Kraft, Anna /Sparr, Jennifer L. /Peus, Claudia (2015): The critical role of moderators in leader sense giving: A literature review, Journal of Change Management, 15(4), 308-331.
  • Osei, Anja (2016): Formal Party Organisation and Informal Relations in African Parties: Evidence from Ghana”, The Journal of Modern African Studies 54 (1), 37–66.
  • Jochem, Sven (2015): Reformpolitik im schwedischen Sozialstaat – Formen, Gründe und Konsequenzen der Austeritätspolitik, Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter 62,3/2015, S. 603–614.
  • Jochem, Sven (2015): Die schwedische Reichstagswahl 2014 – Regierungswechsel und Regierungskrise im schwedischen Minderheitsparlamentarismus, Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen 46 (2015), Heft Nr. 3, S. 494–504.
  • 2016 'Keynes, Friedman, or Monnet? Explaining Parliamentary Voting Behaviour on Fiscal Aid for Euro Area Member States' (with Hanno Degner) West European Politics: forthcomming
  • 2016 'German Arms Exports: Between Normative Aspirations and Political Reality' (with Hendrik Platte) German Politics: forthcomming
  • 2016 'Ties that Bind, Can also Strangle: The Brexit Threat and the Hardships of Reforming the EU' (with Daniela Kroll) Journal of European Public Policy 23(9): 1311-1320
  • Lena Schaffer and Gabriele Spilker (2015): Adding Another Level Individual Responses to Globalization and Government Welfare Policies. Political Science Research and Methods (doi:10.1017/psrm.2015.10  )
  • Grimm, Sonja (2015): European Democracy Promotion in Crisis: Conflicts of Policy Objectives, Neglected External-Domestic Interactions and the Authoritarian Backlash. In: Global Policy, Vol. 6., Supp. 1, 73–82.
  • Grimm, Sonja/Mathis, Okka Lou (2015): Stability first, Development second, Democracy third: The European Union’s Policy towards Post-conflict Western Balkans 1991–2010. In: Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 67, No. 6, pp.916–947.
  • Kuhn, Patrick / Weidmann Nils B. (2015): Unequal WeFight: Between- and Within-Group Inequality and Ethnic Civil War, Political Science Research and Methods, 3 (3),543–568.
  • Reinwald, Max, Hüttermann, Hendrik, Kröll, Julia, Boerner, Sabine (2015): Gender Diversity in Führungsteamsund Unternehmensperformanz: Eine Meta-Analyse. Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung 67, 262–296.
  • Schulz, Nicolai (2015): Dangerous Demographics? The Effect of Urbanisation and Metropolisation on African Civil Wars, 1961–2010, Civil Wars, 17 (3), 291–317.
  • Vliegenthart, Rens, Stefaan Walgrave, Frank R.Baumgartner, Shaun Bevan, Christian Breunig, SylvainBrouard, Laura Chaques Bonafont, Emiliano Grossman, Will Jennings, Peter Mortensen, Pascal Sciarini, Anke Tresch (2016): Do the Media set the Parliamentary Agenda? A Comparative Study in Seven Countries, European Journal of Political Research, forthcoming.
  • Vüllers, Johannes / Pfeiffer, Birte / Basedau, Matthias (2015): Measuring the Ambivalence of Religion: Introducing the Religion and Conflict in Developing Countries (RCDC) Dataset, International Interactions, 41 (5), 857–881.
  • Weidmann, Nils B. (2016): A Closer Look at Reporting Bias in Conflict Event Data, American Journal of Political Science, 60 (1), 206–218.
  • Weidmann, Nils B. (2015): On the Accuracy of Media-based Conflict Event Data., Journal of Conflict Resolution, 59 (6), 1129–1149.
  • Weiss, Thomas G. and Welz, Martin (2015): “Military Twists and Turns in World Politics: Downsides or Dividends for UN Peace Operations?,” Third World Quarterly, Vol. 36(8), 1493–1509.
  • Witting, A. & D. Wegner (2016): Looking Beyond the Plan and Understanding the Process: Lessons from Rea Vaya. African Politics & Policy 2(1): 1–16.
  • Witting, A. (2015): Measuring the Use of Knowledge in Policy Development. Central European Journal of Public Policy, 9(2): 54–70
  • Zabler, Steffen / Person, Christian / Ebinger, Falk (2016): Finanzaufsicht in den Ländern: Struktur, Recht und ihr (fraglicher) Effekt auf die kommunale Verschuldung,Zeitschrift für Kommunalfinanzen, 66 (1), 6–12.
  • Zuber, Christina I. / Szöcsik, Edina (2015): Ethnic out bidding and nested competition. Explaining the extremism of ethno national minority parties in Europe. European Journal of Political Research 54 (4), 784–801.