Title Index

320

A Bayesian method for aggregating evidence from diverse statistical models

Lion Behrens1, Rebecca M. Kuiper2
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2University of Utrecht, Netherlands.
942

A change of heart? Partisanship and policy preferences in the context of party formation

Giorgio Malet1, Philipp Dreyer2
1European University Institute, Italy. 2London School of Economics, United Kingdom.
1170

A Changing Agenda: The Impact of Leadership Shifts on Party Manifestos

Christine Sylvester1, Julia Maynard2
1Binghamton University, USA. 2University of Michigan, USA.
55

A price worth paying? Side-effects of the liberal sanction regime, 1989 to 2015

Gerald Schneider1, Paulina Pospieszna2
1University of Konstanz, Germany. 2University of Poznan, Poland.
899

A Spatial Analysis of Senate Seat Selection

Christopher Dann
The London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
449

A Survey Experiment on the Effects of Emotional News Frames on Public Attitude towards Climate Change

Gizem Arikan1, Defne Gunay2, Gizem Melek2
1Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 2Yasar University, Turkey.
1078

A Tale of Asymmetry? Explaining Coalitions between Political Parties and Interest Groups

Elin Haugsgjerd Allern1, Vibeke Wøien Hansen1, David Marshall2, Simon Otjes3
1University of Oslo, Norway. 2University of Reading, United Kingdom. 3Groeningen University, Netherlands.
1103

Active Learning Approaches for Labeling Text: Review and Assessment of the Performance of Active Learning Approaches

Blake Miller1, Fridolin Linder2, Walter Mebane3
1Dartmouth College, USA. 2New York University, USA. 3University of Michigan, USA.
371

Affording Independence? Economic Crises and Support for Regionalism in Europe

Friederike Luise Kelle
Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin/ Berlin Social Science Center, Germany.
1079

Anocracy in Ankara: Co-party Bias in the Turkish Housing Development Administration (TOKI), 2002 - 2016

Yihan Zhu1, Ethan Caspi2, Chris Dann1, Lutfi Sun3, Andre Zeromski4
1London School of Economics, United Kingdom. 2University of Southern California, USA. 3Trinity University, USA. 4Washington and Lee University, USA.
1152

Are All Coalition Parties Treated the Same? The Costs of Being a Coalition Member in Presidential and Parliamentary Systems

Andrea Junqueira1, Thiago Nascimento da Silva2, Guy Whitten1
1Texas A&M University, USA. 2Universität Mannheim, Germany.
820

Are Coalition Signals Cheap Talk for Voters?

Oke Bahnsen
University of Mannheim, Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES), Germany.
556

Are Goodwill Ambassadors Good for Business? The Impact of Celebrities on IO Fundraising

Rabia Malik1, Svanhildur Thorvaldsdottir2
1New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE. 2LMU Munich, Germany.
130

Bank Credit and Preferences for Redistribution: Experimental Evidence from the UK

Jonas Markgraf1, Guillermo Rosas2
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2Washington University in St. Louis, USA.
186

Bargaining Outcomes and Success in Fiscal Governance Reforms (1997-2013)

Fabio Franchino1, Camilla Mariotto2
1Università degli studi di Milano, Italy. 2Universität Innsbruck, Austria.
884

Becoming a Democratic Citizen. Quasi-Experimental Evidence on the Effects of Coming of Voting Age

Thorsten Faas1, Arndt Leininger1, Sigrid Roßteutscher2, Armin Schäfer3
1Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. 2Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany. 3Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany.
1203

Belief strength and updating policy positions

Seonghui Lee1, Carsten Jensen2
1University of Essex, United Kingdom. 2Aarhus University, Denmark.
202

Beyond text as data: Computer vision in political research

Dominic Nyhuis1, Lion Behrens2, Thomas Gschwend2, Tobias Ringwald3, Saquib Sarfraz3, Rainer Stiefelhagen3
1Leibniz University Hannover, Germany. 2University of Mannheim, Germany. 3Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.
34

Breaking Point?: Examining the Impact of Immigration on the Brexit Vote

Shannon Schumacher1, Narayani Lasala-Blanco2, Shahana Chattaraj3
1University of California, Santa Barbara, USA. 2Arizona State University, USA. 3Centre for Policy Research, India.
853

Bringing Peace from Above? State Capacity, Civil War De-Escalation and the Composition of the Stock of Military Equiptment

Tobias Korn1, Martin Gassebner1, Nauro Campos2
1Leibniz University Hannover, Germany. 2Brunel University London, United Kingdom.
1118

Bullets and ballots: Exposure to terrorism and support for the incumbent

Albert Falcó-Gimeno1, Jordi Muñoz1, Roberto Pannico2
1University of Barcelona, Spain. 2University of Lisbon, Portugal.
160

Buying Words: How Campaign Donations Influence the Congressional Economic Agenda

Nathan Kelly1, Jana Morgan1, Chris Witko2, Peter Enns3
1University of Tennessee, USA. 2Penn State, USA. 3Cornell, USA.
752

Campaigns, learning, and political knowledge

Noam Lupu1, Luis Schiumerini2
1Vanderbilt University, USA. 2University of Notre Dame, USA.
1279

Can Local Governments Increase Naturalization Rates? Evidence from a Large-Scale Informational Campaign

Dominik Hangartner1, Joelle Pianzola2, Dalston Ward2
1ETH Zurich and London School of Economics, Switzerland. 2ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
418

Can s/he do the job? A study showing how German representatives control male and female ministers

Corinna Kroeber1, Sarah C. Dingler2
1University of Greifswald, Germany. 2University of Salzburg, Austria.
845

Candidate turnover and party policy change in Central and Eastern Europe

Allan Sikk1, Philipp Köker2
1University College London, United Kingdom. 2Leibniz University Hannover, Germany.
352

Central Banks and Civil War Termination

Ana Carolina Garriga
University of Essex, United Kingdom.
1039

Challenger Quality as a Moderator of the Incumbency Advantage in Personalized PR Systems

Michael Jankowski1, Stefan Müller2
1University of Oldenburg, Germany. 2University of Zurich, Switzerland.
595

Changing patterns and relationships in the study of democratization

Gudmund Horn Hermansen1, Carl Henrik Knutsen2, Håvard Mokleiv Nygård3
1Norwegian Business School, BI, Norway. 2University of Oslo, Norway. 3PRIO, Norway.
207

Changing Places in Parliament

Stefanie Bailer1, Sarah Bütikofer2, Simon Hug3
1University of Basel, Switzerland. 2University of Zurich, Switzerland. 3University of Geneva, Switzerland.
1054

Changing Politics and Changing Pies: The Political Economy of Budgets in Developing Countries

Christine Lipsmeyer1, Philips Andrew2, Guy Whitten1
1Texas A&M, USA. 2University of Colorado, USA.
664

Cheap seats vs turnout: who prevails?

Ferran Martinez i Coma1, Ignacio Lago Penas 2
1Griffith University, Australia. 2Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
594

Childbirth, Early Voting, and Turnout

Sirus Dehdari, Sven Oskarsson, Karl-Oskar Lindgren
Uppsala University, Sweden.
1226

Citizen Evaluations of Patrons and Clients in Different Forms of Clientelism

Miquel Pellicer1, Eva Wegner2
1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. 2University College Dublin, Ireland.
478

Citizen Preferences and Disparities in Elite Responsiveness: Evidence from Deliberative Forums in Kampala, Uganda

Constantin Manuel Bosancianu, Ana Garcia-Hernandez, Macartan Humphreys
Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, Germany.
177

Class or Economic Voting? Evidence from Social Mobility in Victorian England

Torun Dewan1, Jaakko Meriläinen2, Janne Tukiainen1
1London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom. 2Stockholm University, Sweden.
141

Classifying Newspaper Articles with Supervised Machine Learning: A New Approach with Tests on Hungarian Media Corpora

Miklos Sebok1, Zoltan Kacsuk2, Evelin Meszaros1
1Centre for Social Sciences, Hungary. 2Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary.
191

Co-issuance of Reasoned Opinions under the Early Warning System

Martijn Huysmans1, Philippe Van Gruisen2
1Utrecht University, Netherlands. 2Leiden University, Netherlands.
1069

Colonial Cash Crops and Political Power in Sub-Saharan Africa

Yannick Pengl1, Philip Roessler2
1ETH Zurich, Switzerland. 2College of William & Mary, USA.
504

Committee Bias, Policy Complexity and Legislative Efficiency

Steffen Hurka1, Constantin Kaplaner2, Maximilian Haag3
1LMU Munich, Germany. 2University of Konstanz, Germany. 3University of Mannheim, Germany.
1113

Comparability of voters’ left-right placements across countries: an investigation using anchoring vignettes

Seonghui Lee1, Nick Lin2, Randolph Stevenson3
1University of Essex, United Kingdom. 2Academia Sinica, Taiwan. 3Rice University, USA.
1013

Compensational Voting and  Perceptions of Power Sharing Among Voters

Wolfgang C. Müller1, Hanna Bäck2, Daniel Strobl1, Mariyana Angelova1
1University of Vienna, Austria. 2Lund University, Sweden.
836

Competing  Logics of Roll Call Request  in the European Parliament

Bjørn Høyland1, Simon Hug2
1University of Oslo, Norway. 2University of Geneva, Switzerland.
169

Complexity and Compliance in the Inter-American Human Rights System

Cristiane Lucena Carneiro1, Simone Wegmann2
1University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. 2University of Bremen, Germany.
1257

Conflict as an Identification Strategy

Jessica Sun1, Scott Tyson2
1University of Michigan, USA. 2University of Rochester, USA.
765

Contested Campaigns? Intra-Party Dissent through Dimensional Dalliance

Zachary Greene1, Sebastian Popa2, Zoltan Fazekas3
1University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom. 2Newcastle University, United Kingdom. 3Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
422

Controlling the Share? Party Control and the Gap between Representative Ambition and Distributional Outcomes in Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland

Elena Frech1, Philip Manow2, Tomas Turner Zwinkels3
1University of Geneva, Switzerland. 2University of Bremen, Germany. 3University of Basel, Switzerland.
1006

Cordon Sanitaire or Uneasy Alliance? The Electoral Consequences of Populist Participation in Goverment

Marco Pastor Mayo1, Pedro Riera2
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain.
919

Corporate political strategy: How firms adapt to different institutional environments

David Marshall1, Patrick Bernhagen2, Mike Seiferling3
1University of Reading, United Kingdom. 2University of Stuttgart, Germany. 3University College London, United Kingdom.
638

Cosmopolitan backlash: nationalism, insecurity and reactant response to foreign endorsements

Kasia Nalewajko1, Mark Kayser2
1European University Institute, Italy. 2Hertie School of Governance, Germany.
816

Defeating Gender Inequalities? Exploring the Impact of #metoo in the News Media Discourse in Australia

Elena Escalante Block1, Olga Eisele2, Hajo Boomgaarden2
1Sciences Po, France. 2University of Vienna, Austria.
327

Democracy and Developmental State in Latin America: between the industrializing rush and the distributive need

Julia Bandeira1, Pedro Perfeito da Silva2
1Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. 2Central European University, Hungary.
530

Democratization and Representative Bureaucracy---An Analysis of Promotion Patterns in Indonesia's Civil Service, 1980-2015

Jan Pierskalla1, Adam Lauretig1, Drew Rosenberg1, Audrey Sacks2
1The Ohio State University, USA. 2The World Bank, USA.
706

Democratizing from Within: British Elites and the Expansion of the Franchise

Chitralekha Basu1, Carles Boix2, Sonia Giurumescu1, Paulo Serôdio1
1University of Barcelona, Spain. 2Princeton University, USA.
911

Descriptive Representation and Price Discrimination

Timm Betz, David Fortunato, Diana O'Brien
Texas A&M University, USA.
1243

Designing Policy Responses to Financial Crises: The Mass Politics of Austerity

Kirk Bansak1, Michael M. Bechtel2, Yotam Margalit3
1Stanford University, USA. 2Washington University in St. Louis, USA. 3Tel-Aviv University, Israel.
730

Detecting long-term media effects on affective polarization: Evidence from web-tracking and longitudinal surveys in three countries

Magdalena Wojcieszak1, Chankyung Pak2, Ericka Menchen-Trevino3, Andreu Casas4
1UC Davis, USA. 2University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. 3American University, USA. 4NYU, USA.
79

Direct Democracy and Government Spending

André Walter1, Patrick Emmenegger1, Lucas Leemann2
1University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. 2University of Zurich, Switzerland.
147

Diversity, Socialization, and the Rise of Positive Perceptions of Immigration in the UK

Lauren McLaren1, Anja Neundorf2, Ian Paterson 3
1University of Leicester, United Kingdom. 2University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. 3University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.
528

Do Economic Crises Fuel Income Inequality?

Cristina Bodea, Christian Houle, Hyunwoo Kim
Michigan State University, USA.
1276

Do Electoral Campaigns Influence Public Support for Trade? Evidence from the 2016 US Presidential Election

Michael Plouffe1, Jason Kuo2
1University College London, United Kingdom. 2National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
118

Do Gender Quotas Enhance Countries' International Reputations?

Sarah Bush1, Pär Zetterberg2
1Yale University, USA. 2Uppsala University, Sweden.
1129

Do Integration Programs Improve Social Integration?

Johannes Bergh1, Jeremy Ferwerda2, Henning Finseraas1
1Institute for Social Research, Norway. 2Dartmouth, USA.
101

Do supporters of populists use digital media differently? Comparing communicative interactions by supporters of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Reddit

Andreas Jungherr1, Oliver Posegga2, Jisun An3
1University of Konstanz, Germany. 2University of Bamberg, Germany. 3Qatar Computing Research Institute, Qatar.
955

Do Terrorist Attacks Feed Populist Eurosceptics? Evidence from Two Comparative Quasi-Experiments

Erik Gahner Larsen1, David Cutts2, Matthew Goodwin1
1University of Kent, United Kingdom. 2University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
298

Do Threats Galvanize Authoritarians or Mobilize Non-Authoritarians? Experimental Tests from 19 European Societies 

Christopher Claassen1, Lauren McLaren2
1University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. 2University of Leicester, United Kingdom.
452

Do Voters Have to Choose Between Political Competence and Descriptive Representation?

Jens Olav Dahlgaard1, Rasmus Tue Pedersen2
1Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. 2VIVE, Denmark.
250

Does Austerity Cause Polarization?

Evelyne Hübscher1, Thomas Sattler2, Markus Wagner3
1Central European University, Hungary. 2University of Geneva, Switzerland. 3University of Vienna, Austria.
1171

Does Competition over Public Services Decrease Support for Residency Rights of Immigrants? Evidence From the United Kingdom

Catherine de Vries1, Nicole Martin2
1Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2University of Manchester, United Kingdom.
361

Does EMU affect clarity of responsibility in domestic economic voting? An experimental analysis

Roberto Pannico, Marina Costa Lobo, Virginia Ros
Instituto de Ciências Sociais - Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal.
77

Does European Integration Increase Sub-National Power? Evidence from a Times-Series Cross-Sectional Analysis

Jana Katharina Müller1, Abelardo Gómez Díaz2
1Deutscher Bundestag, Germany. 2Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
215

Does Gender Stereotyping Affect Women at the Ballot Box? Evidence from Local Elections in California, 1995-2016

Sarah Anzia1, Rachel Bernhard2
1University of California, Berkeley, USA. 2Nuffield College, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
593

Does Message Distortion by Rival Parties Affect Voters?

Zeynep Somer-Topcu1, Margit Tavits2
1University of Texas at Austin, USA. 2Washington University, St. Louis, USA.
597

Does Nonviolent Civil Resistance Really Work? Revisiting the Causal Effects of Nonviolent Protest

Sirianne Dahlum1, Kristian Skrede Gleditsch2, Carl Henrik Knutsen3, Tore Wig3
1PRIO, Norway. 2University of Essez, United Kingdom. 3University of Oslo, Norway.
380

Does platforming extremists fuel extremist views?

Diane Bolet1, Elizabeth Morrow2, Florian Foos2
1London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom. 2King's College London, United Kingdom.
154

Does Public Support Help Democracy Survive?

Christopher Claassen
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.
256

Domestic Losers, Foreign Winners? Support for Climate Action under Weak International Institutions

Patrick Bayer1, Federica Genovese2
1University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. 2University of Essex, United Kingdom.
481

Don't Forget the Independents: Modeling Macropartisanship as a Compositional Time Series

Spencer Goidel1, Paul Kellstedt1, Matthew Lebo2
1Texas A&M University, USA. 2Stony Brook University, USA.
1219

Drain the Swamp? Constrained Political Choice in Brazil

Matias Iaryczower1, Sergio Monteros2, Galileu Kim1
1Princeton University, USA. 2University of Rochester, USA.
490

Dynamic Party System Fragmentation

José Antonio Cheibub1, Thiago Moreira1, Gisela Sin2, Keigo Tanabe1
1Texas A&M University, USA. 2University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.
90

Dynamic Responsiveness in Political Rhetoric

Martijn Schoonvelde1, Gijs Schumacher2, Denise Traber3
1University College Dublin, Ireland. 2University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. 3University of Luzern, Switzerland.
1186

Eager Hearts and Indoctrinated Minds

Todd Lehmann1, Jessica Sun1, Scott Tyson2
1University of Michigan, USA. 2University of Rochester, USA.
49

Economic Geography, Industrialization, and Redistribution: Malapportionment as Compensation

Melissa Rogers1, Pablo Beramendi2, Soomin Oh2
1Claremont Graduate University, USA. 2Duke University, USA.
534

Economic Insecurity and Attitudes Towards Immigrants in Europe: Evidence from Panel Surveys

Florian Stoeckel1, Hanna Kleider2
1University of Exeter, United Kingdom. 2King's College London, United Kingdom.
856

Economic Shocks, Party Competition and Turnout

Francesc Amat 1, Pablo Beramendi2, Alejandra Suarez1
1IPERG-University of Barcelona, Spain. 2Duke University, USA.
PE 2.1

Economic Threat, Misinformation, and Public Support for International Trade

D.J. Flynn1, Yusaku Horiuchi2, Dong Zhang3
1IE University, Spain. 2Dartmouth College, USA. 3Lingnan University, Hong Kong.
727

Efficient but Crooked? Dilemmas and the Punishment of Corrupt Politicians

Sofia Breitenstein, Enrique Hernández
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain.
355

Elections as information: evidence from Google Trends

Markus Wagner1, Daniel Bischof2, Martin Fenz1
1University of Vienna, Austria. 2University of Zurich, Switzerland.
879

Electoral consequences of coalition negotiation outcomes 

Heike Klüver1, Svenja Krauss2
1Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany. 2University of Essex, United Kingdom.
237

Electoral Cycles in Bank Lending Explained

Jonas Markgraf1, Till Stowasser2
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2University of Stirling, United Kingdom.
148

Electoral Incentives and Violence against Refugees

Kerstin Fisk1, Burcu Savun2
1Loyola Marymount University, USA. 2University of Pittsburgh, USA.
745

Electoral policy-making with constraints: Partisan political budget cycles in industrialised democracies

Vera Troeger1, David Rueda2
1University of Warwick, United Kingdom. 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
1121

Elites' attitudes on European integration and solidarity

Francesco Visconti, Alessandro Pellegata
University of Milan, Italy.
312

Emotional reactions to referendums and domestic vote choice

Sofia Vasilopoulou1, Markus Wagner2
1University of York, United Kingdom. 2University of Vienna, Austria.
1147

Engaged and Enraged? The Role of Political Efficacy in Support for Populism

Eva Anduiza, Marc Guinjoan, Guillem Rico
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain.
729

Environmental migration, urbanization, and conflict

Vally Koubi1, Quynh Nguyen2, Gabriele Spilker3, Tobias Böhmelt4
1ETH Zurich, Switzerland. 2Princeton University, USA. 3University of Salzburg, Austria. 4University of Essex, United Kingdom.
392

Establishing Responsive Linkages between  Politicians and Voters in Pakistan

Miriam Golden1, Saad Gulzar2, Luke Sonnet 1
1University of California at Los Angeles, USA. 2Stanford University, USA.
848

Estimating the Opinion of Religious Minority Groups Using Bayesian Multilevel Models with Poststratification

Simon Ellerbrock1, Richard Traunmüller2, Christopher Claassen3
1Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES) - University of Mannheim, Germany. 2University of Mannheim, Germany. 3University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.
849

Expert vs. Popular Perceptions of the Rule of Law and Corruption

Brad Epperly1, Jennifer Noveck2
1University of South Carolina, USA. 2Western Washington University, USA.
1023

Exploring Duration of Peace Using Text Analysis

Altaf Ali1, Tatjana Stankovic2
1University College London, United Kingdom. 2University of Oslo, Norway.
172

Exploring Female Legislators’ Policy Agenda Using a Dynamic Topic Model

Gail McElroy1, Miriam Sorace2, Constantine Boussalis1
1Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. 2London School of Economics, United Kingdom.
871

Exposure to populist online communication: A cross-country study combining web tracking and surveys

Nora Kirkizh1, Sebastian Stier1, Caterina Froio2, Ralph Schroeder3
1GESIS Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences, Germany. 2SciencesPo, France. 3University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
293

Expressive Political Choice

Toni Rodon1, Sara Hobolt1, Hector Solaz2
1London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom. 2Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands.
931

Fairness and Redistribution via Taxation: A Conjoint Experiment

Nestor Castaneda1, David Doyle2, Cassilde Schwartz3
1University College London, United Kingdom. 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 3Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom.
335

Feeling for War? How Anger and Fear Regulate Casualty Responsiveness

Casper Sakstrup1, Kristina Jessen Hansen2
1Aarhus University, Denmark. 2Aalborg University, Denmark.
472

Fighting Euroscepticism: The Impact of EU Institutional Advertising on Support for European Integration

Enrique Hernández1, Roberto Pannico2
1Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain. 2Social Sciences Institute of the University of Lisbon, Portugal.
408

Financial Crisis, Creditor-Debtor Conflict, Political Extremism

Gyozo Gyongyosi1, Emil Verner2
1Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany. 2MIT Sloan, USA.
1160

Flag it up: The Counter-Effect of Secessionist Nationalism

Elias Dinas, Sergi Martinez, Vicente Valentim
European University Institute, Italy.
678

Foreign aid and domestic taxation systems

Jonas Bunte, John Taden
University of Texas at Dallas, USA.
766

Formal participation of immigrant voters in Germany: First results from the Immigrant German Election Study (IMGES)

Dennis C. Spies1, Sabrina J. Mayer2, Achim Goerres2
1University of Cologne, Germany. 2University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany.
818

From De-alignment to Re-alignment? The Transformation of Social Cleavages in Germany

Martin Elff1, Sigrid Roßteutscher2
1Zeppelin University, Germany. 2Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.
1269

From religious violence to political compromise

Isabela Mares1, Ahmed Mohammed2
1Yale University, USA. 2Columbia University, USA.
527

From the Outside In: Fear, Security Agencies, and the Corrosion of Parliamentary Democracy. Findings from the Garrison State Project

David Sylvan, Ashley Thornton, Juliette Ganne, Laura Schenker
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland.
753

Gender, Candidate Nomination, and Voter Support

Denis Cohen1, Jochen Rehmert2
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany.
596

Geographical Coverage in Comparative Politics Research

Matthew Charles Wilson1, Carl Henrik Knutsen2
1University of South Carolina, USA. 2University of Oslo, Norway.
692

Global Financial Crisis, Inequality, and Politics of Taxation in OECD countries

Hyeon Seok Park
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, Republic of.
515

Going, Going, Gone? Varieties of Dissent and Leader Exit

Marius Radean1, Kristian Gleditsch1, Roman Olar2
1University of Essex, United Kingdom. 2Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
189

Government Agendas, Party Agendas and Niche Party Success

Tarik Abou-Chadi1, Christoffer Green-Pedersen2
1University of Zurich, Switzerland. 2Aarhus University, Denmark.
1122

Government Responses to Militant Group Competition

Kevin Greene1, Justin Conrad2, Brian Phillips3
1University of Pittsburgh, USA. 2University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA. 3University of Essex, United Kingdom.
969

Group identification and redistribution in democracies: an experiment

Shaun Hargreaves-Heap1, Emma Manifold2, Konstantinos Matakos1, Dimitrios Xefteris3
1King's College London, United Kingdom. 2University of Leicester, United Kingdom. 3University of Cyprus, Cyprus.
945

Habitual Voting in Autocracies: Lessons from the Russian Case

Ksenia Northmore-Ball1, Katerina Tertytchnaya2
1Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom. 2UCL, United Kingdom.
44

Hannah Arendt and Modernity: Revisting the work 'The Human Condition'

Anil Kumar Vaddiraju
Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore, India.
821

Health awareness and the transition towards clean cooking fuels: Evidence from Rajasthan, India

Martina Zahno1, Katharina Michaelowa1, Purnamita Dasgupta2, Ishita Sachdeva3
1University of Zurich, Switzerland. 2Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, India. 3Delhi University, India.
412

How climate change leads to emigration:Transmission channels, conditional and long-run effects

Marc Helbling1, Daniel Meierrieks2
1University of Bamberg, Germany. 2WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany.
789

How do Gender and Disability Intersect in Candidate Evaluations?

Shan-Jan Sarah Liu1, Stefanie Reher2
1Newcastle University, United Kingdom. 2University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom.
336

How do voters define election pledges?

Carsten Jensen, Suthan Krishnarajan
Aarhus University, Denmark.
782

How Do We Evaluate the “Health of Conversations” on Social Media? Four Metrics for Twitter

Rebekah Tromble1, Patricia Rossini2, Dirk Hovy3, Michael Meffert1, Nava Tintarev4, Jennifer Stromer-Galley2
1Leiden University, Netherlands. 2Syracuse University, USA. 3Boconni University, Italy. 4TU Delft, Netherlands.
1047

How Election Type Shapes the Geography of Electoral Violence: Evidence from Zimbabwe

Ursula Daxecker1, Mascha Rauschenbach2
1University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2German Institute for Development Evaluation, Germany.
398

How Feedback on Twitter Incentivizes Politicians to Conform to Gender Stereotypes

Aina Gallego1, Gaël Le Mens2, Nikolas Schöll2
1Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals, Spain. 2Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
184

How Gender Matters: Voters' Attitudes about Men and Women in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Primary

Meri Long1, Elizabeth Suhay2, Ryan Dawe3
1University of Pittsburgh, USA. 2American University, USA. 3Ohio State University, USA.
717

How Individual Actors Can Derail Group Conflicts

Chagai Weiss1, Yonatan Lupo2, Eugene Finkel3, Dan Miodownik4
1University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. 2George Washington University, Israel. 3Johns Hopkins University, USA. 4Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
318

How Migration Policies Moderate the Diffusion of Terrorism

Vincenzo Bove1, Tobias Bohmelt2
1University of Warwick, United Kingdom. 2University of Essex, United Kingdom.
549

How much does fairness matter to voters?

Shaun Bowler 1, Daniel Biggers2
1UC Riverside, USA. 2UC Riverside, USA.
961

How Nudges Can (De)polarize America: A Field Experiment on the Effects of Online Media Exposure

Andrew Guess1, Pablo Barberá2, Simon Munzert3, JungHwan Yang4
1Princeton University, USA. 2London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom. 3Hertie School of Governance, Germany. 4University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.
195

How Parties Organize from the Grounds: The Genesis of the Movimento 5 Stelle

Thomas Kurer1, Daniel Bischof2
1Harvard University, USA. 2University of Zurich, Switzerland.
280

How Perceptions of Information Gap Shapes Censorship Tolerance: Experimental Evidence in China

Chengli Wang1, Xiaoyu Pu2
1Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China. 2University of Nevada, Reno, USA.
1041

How Stable are "Left" and "Right"? Evidence from Two Waves of Open-Ended Survey Questions

Michael Jankowski1, Sebastian Schneider2, Markus Tepe1
1University of Oldenburg, Germany. 2DEval, Germany.
388

How Violence Hardens the Vote: Exposure to Election Violence and Political Attitudes

Inken von Borzyskowski1, Ursula Daxecker2
1Florida State University, USA. 2University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
499

How Wartime Institutions Shape Electoral Performance after Civil Conflicts

Felix Haass1, Martin Ottmann2
1German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany. 2University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
399

“I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means”: Evaluating the Validity of Coding Open-Ended Survey Responses

Rebecca Glazier1, Amber Boydstun2, Jessica Feezell3
1University of Arkansas, Little Rock, USA. 2University of California, Davis, USA. 3University of New Mexico, USA.
788

Identity concessions in peace agreements

Lesley-Ann Daniels
Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI), Spain.
459

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands: measuring the coalition mood using nonverbal communication in the legislature

Michael Imre1, Alejandro Ecker2, Thomas Meyer3, Wolfgang C. Müller3
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2MZES, University of Mannheim, Germany. 3University of Vienna, Austria.
133

Immigrant Sentiment and Labour Market Vulnerability: Economic Perceptions of Immigration in Dualized Labour Markets

Anthony Kevins1, Naomi Lightman2
1School of Governance, Utrecht University, Netherlands. 2Department of Sociology, University of Calgary, Canada.
922

Immigration as ‘flash issue’: How the refugee crisis has altered electoral behavior in Europe

Christian Schnaudt1, Christian Stecker2
1GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany. 2Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES), Germany.
571

Incumbency Advantage in Open versus Closed list:  Evidence from Colombia

Leandro De Magalhaes1, Dominik Hangartner2, Salomo Hirvonen1, Nelson A. Ruiz3, Janne Tukiainen4
1University of Bristol, United Kingdom. 2ETH Zurich, Switzerland. 3University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 4LSE, United Kingdom.
187

Independent Media in Autocracies

Bryn Rosenfeld1, Katerina Tertytchnaya2, Kohei Watanabe3
1USC, USA. 2UCL, United Kingdom. 3Waseda University, Japan.
579

Individual Logics of Civil Resistance: A conjoint survey experiment

Tore Wig1, Sirianne Dahlum2
1University of Oslo, Norway. 2Peace Research Institute Oslo, Norway.
1277

Information, Nativism, and Support for Economic Globalization

Kathleen Powers1, Jason Reifler2, Thomas Scotto3
1Dartmouth College, USA. 2University of Exeter, United Kingdom. 3University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom.
344

Information, reflection, and successful job search. A nudging experiment.

Monika Mühlböck1, Fabian Kalleitner1, Nadia Steiber2, Bernhard Kittel1
1University of Vienna, Austria. 2Insitute for Advanced Studies, Austria.
980

International Organization Death

Loriana Crasnic, Tabea Palmtag
University of Zurich, Switzerland.
309

Internet Use and Mobilization in Regime Transitions: Competing Risks and Repeated Events in Duration Models

Berna Öney1, Alejandro Quiroz Flores2
1Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany. 2University of Essex, United Kingdom.
1192

Interrupted Continuities: The Birth, Death and Resurrection of Political Legacies

Elli Palaiologou1, Elias Dinas2
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2European University Institute, Italy.
1058

Into the Woods: Migration and the Bretton Woods Institutions

Adrian Shin1, Merih Angin2, Albana Shehaj3
1University of Colorado Boulder, USA. 2Harvard University, USA. 3University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.
447

Is It Really that Bad? Depression, Negativity Bias, and Political Evaluations

Luca Bernardi1, Robert Johns2
1Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. 2University of Essex, United Kingdom.
1040

Issue opinion and the stability of political choices in mass publics

Chris Hanretty1, Benjamin Lauderdale2, Nick Vivyan3
1Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom. 2University College London, United Kingdom. 3Durham University, United Kingdom.
637

It’s All About the Money: Scaling Environmental NGOs and their Donors

Adam Ramey1, Lawrence Rothenberg2
1NYU Abu Dhabi, UAE. 2University of Rochester, USA.
1265

Kickbacks and Limits on Campaign Donations

Nelson Ruiz1, Miguel Rueda2, Saad Gulzar3
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2Emory University, USA. 3Standford, USA.
676

Kompromat

Ryan Hubert1, Andrew Little2
1University of California, Davis, USA. 2University of California, Berkeley, USA.
1021

Leaders, Factions and Party Unity

Benoit Crutzen1, Sabine Flamand2
1Erasmus University, Netherlands. 2Roviri I Virgili University, Spain.
190

Learning about Polarizing Facts: Politically Motivated Learning and the Asylum Seeker Debate in Germany

Konstantin Glinitzer1, Tobias Gummer1, Markus Wagner2
1GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany. 2University of Vienna, Austria.
87

Learning from likes: Party responsiveness to social media reactions

Anita Bodlos, Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik, Christina Gahn, Martin Haselmayer
University of Vienna, Austria.
12

Learning From Polls                                        

Lucas Leemann1, Richard Traunmüller2, Lukas Stoetzer1
1University of Zürich, Switzerland. 2University of Frankfurt, Germany.
812

Legislative Significance: In the Eye of the Beholder

David Doyle, Abhishek Dasgupta, Radoslaw Zubek
University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
965

Legislative Speeches and Domestic Conflict: The Case of the Philippines

Jonathan Lewis1, Naoko Matsumura2, Kazuhiro Obayashi3, Aya Watanabe4
1Hitotsubashi University, Japan. 2Kobe University, Japan. 3University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 4Waseda University, Japan.
1261

Legitimacy and Contested Governance: Evidence from Colombia

Livia Schubiger1, Michael Weintraub2, Erica de Bruin3
1Duke University, USA. 2Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. 3Hamilton College, USA.
134

Like Voters, Like Politicians: Descriptive Representation and the Rise of Polulist Parties in Europe

Maria Carreri1, Emily West2
1University of California, San Diego, USA. 2University of Pittsburgh, USA.
1025

Like-Minded Voters: An Endogenous Foundation for Electoral Factions and Groups

Timothy Feddersen1, Benjamin Ogden2
1Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management, USA. 2Texas A&M University, USA.
656

Limits to Bureaucratic Oversight? Evidence from a Laboratory- and Survey-Experiment

Markus Tepe1, Susumu Shikano2, Michael Jankowski1, Maximilian Lutz1
1University of Oldenburg, Germany. 2University of Konstanz, Germany.
135

Lip Service or Lasting Protection: The Effect of Transitional Justice Mechanisms on Minority Rights

Claire Greenstein1, Katharine Aha2
1Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. 2Middlebury College, USA.
957

Lucky Strike: The Effect of Being a Governing-party MP on Individual Electoral Success and Survival

Elias Dinas1, Konstantinos Matakos2
1European University Institute, Italy. 2King's College London, United Kingdom.
1252

Making and Breaking Coalitions: The Influence of Prosociality and Rationality

Jan Sauermann1, Manuel Schwaninger2, Bernhard Kittel2
1University of Cologne, Germany. 2University of Vienna, Austria.
397

Making Politics Male Again?  Inclusion, Exclusion, and Political Ambition

Amanda Clayton1, Diana O'Brien2, Jennifer Piscopo3
1Vanderbilt University, USA. 2Texas A&M University, USA. 3Occidental College, USA.
1213

Mapping Financial Networks in Europe: a Text-Reuse Approach

Scott James1, Stefano Pagliari2
1King's College, London, United Kingdom. 2City, University of London, United Kingdom.
217

Measuring Populism across Latin America using Expert Surveys

Nina Wiesehomeier1, Saskia Ruth-Lovell2
1IE School of Global and Public Affairs, Spain. 2GIGA Hamburg, Germany.
272

Measuring Populist Discourse: The Populist Discourse Dataset for Leaders

Bruno Castanho Silva1, Kirk Hawkins2
1Cologne Center for Comparative Politics, Germany. 2Brigham Young University, USA.
407

Measuring Time Preferences in Large Surveys

Michael Bechtel1, Kenneth Scheve2
1Washington University in St. Louisd, USA. 2Stanford University, USA.
1027

Media and Gender Politics in East Asia: A Text Analysis of Newspaper Articles on Legislative Activities

Jaemin Shim1, Elena Koreshenko2
1German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany. 2Free University Berlin, Germany.
1128

Media bias, social networks, and correlation neglect

Philipp Denter, Martin Dumav, Boris Ginzburg
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain.
270

Migrant status, health systems, and welfare reciprocity

Michael Donnelly1, Jeremy Ferwerda2
1University of Toronto, Canada. 2Dartmouth University, USA.
505

Migration and Election Outcomes: Evidence from London

Elena Pupaza, Joachim Wehner
London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
1071

Military Manpower Systems and Economic Inequality

Nikitas Konstantinidis1, Carmela Lutmar2, Henry Pascoe1
1IE University, Spain. 2Haifa University, Israel.
914

Minimal Participation Criteria in International Treaties: Explaining Their Impact on Multilateral Cooperation

Christian Arnold1, Doug Atkinson1, Carsten Schulz2
1Cardiff University, United Kingdom. 2Pontifica Universidad Catolica, Chile.
264

Minority Governments and Legislative Debate

Sven-Oliver Proksch, Jan Schwalbach, Jens Wäckerle
University of Cologne, Germany.
979

Misremembering Weimar: Experimental Evidence on the Roots of German Stability Culture

Lukas Haffert1, Nils Redeker1, Tobias Rommel2
1University of Zurich, Switzerland. 2Technical University of Munich, Germany.
439

Mobilizing Women Voters: Experimental Evidence from Pakistan

Zain Chaudhry1, Karrar Hussain2, Muhammad Yasir Khan3
1Heidelberg University, Germany. 2LUMS, Pakistan. 3UC Berkeley, USA.
306

Modeling the Subnational Risk of Acute Malnutrition in Conflict-Affected Settings

Ravi Bhavnani1, Karsten Donnay2, Mirko Reul1
1Graduate Institute Geneva, Switzerland. 2University of Konstanz, Germany.
1165

Motivated Reasoning and Political Accountability

Andrew Little1, Keith Schnakenberg2, Ian Turner3
1UC Berkeley, USA. 2Washington University in St Louis, USA. 3Yale, USA.
182

Motivated Reasoning or Motivated Guessing? Exploring the Partisan Factual Bias Under Uncertainty

Vittorio Merola1, Benjamin Lyons2, Jason Reifler2
1Stony Brook University, USA. 2University of Exeter, United Kingdom.
697

Multidimensional measures of government (in)stability

Yael Shomer1, Björn Erik Rasch2, Osnat Akirav3
1Tel-Aviv University, Israel. 2University Of Oslo, Norway. 3The Western Galilee College, Israel.
46

Nationalistic attitudes and solidarity in the welfare state

Carolin Rapp1, Robert Klemmensen2
1University of Copenhagen, Denmark. 2University of Southern Denmark, Denmark.
334

Natural Hazards, Migratory Flows and Conflict Risk

Kristina Petrova
Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, Sweden.
488

Negativity Biases in Responsiveness to Media Content and Political Ideology Across 17 Countries

Patrick Fournier1, Stuart Soroka2, Lilach Nir3
1Universite de Montreal, Canada. 2University of Michigan, USA. 3Hebrew University, Israel.
305

Networks in international organizations: how governance principles influence the rise, orientation, and evolution of World Bank trust funds

Simone Dietrich1, Bernhard Reinsberg2, Martin Steinwand3
1University of Geneva, Switzerland. 2University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. 3University of Essex, United Kingdom.
1216

Neural nonpartisans

Darren Schreiber
University of Exeter, United Kingdom.
1001

Never Mind, I’ll Find Someone Like Me: The Relationship between Perceived Representation and Populist Attitudes

Bruno Castanho Silva1, Christopher Wratil2
1Cologne Center for Comparative Politics, Germany. 2Harvard University, USA.
671

New Evidence and New Methods for Analyzing the Iranian Revolution as an Intelligence Failure

Matt Connelly1, Raymond Hicks1, Robert Jervis1, Arthur Spirling2
1Columbia University, USA. 2New York University, USA.
741

New ways to gather trace data: From tracking to takeout

Damian Trilling1, Wouter van Atteveldt2, Felicia Löcherbach2, Judith Möller1
1Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands.
566

No country for asylum seekers? How short-term exposure to refugees influences attitudes and voting behavior in Hungary

Theresa Gessler1, Gergő Tóth2, Johannes Wachs3
1European University Institute, Italy. 2Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary. 3Central European University, Hungary.
441

Not All Elections Are Created Equal: Electoral Quality and Civil Conflict

Daniela Donno1, Burcu Savun2, Kelly Morrison2
1University of Cyprus, Cyprus. 2University of Pittsburgh, USA.
575

Offensive or defensive coalitions? Coalition formation and voting systems in pre- and post-Arab Spring Morocco

Romain Ferrali1, David Goeury2
1New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE. 2Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France.
1084

On information processing and  preference aggregation

Benoit Crutzen, Vladimir Karamychev
Erasmus University, Netherlands.
477

On the Perils of Presidential Autonomy for the Institutionalization of European Party Systems (1848-2014)

Fernando Casal Bértoa1, Till Weber2
1University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. 2City University of New York, USA.
274

Open Up or Shut Down? Media Scrutiny and Government Responsiveness During Scandals

Daniel Berliner1, Aaron Erlich2, Brian Palmer-Rubin3, Benjamin Bagozzi4
1London School of Economics, United Kingdom. 2McGill University, Canada. 3Marquette University, USA. 4University of Delaware, USA.
489

Optimal Checks and Balances under Policy Uncertainty

Gabriele Gratton1, Massimo Morelli2
1UNSW Sydney, Australia. 2Bocconi University, Italy.
465

Ora et Guberna. The Economic Impact of Benedict’s Rule in medieval England

Domenico Rossignoli1, Federico Trombetta2
1Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy. 2University of Warwick, United Kingdom.
31

Pacifying or Provoking: The Role of Access to Financial Institutions in Violent Conflicts

Babak RezaeeDaryakenari1, Cameron G. Thies2
1Sabanci University, Turkey. 2Arizona State University, USA.
110

Parliamentary Opposition Behavior and Electoral Outcomes: Does it Matter?

Or Tuttnauer1, Simone Wegmann2
1Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung, Germany. 2University of Geneva, Switzerland.
902

Parliaments Day by Day: the Parliamentary Careers in Comparison Core Database

Tomas Turner-Zwinkels1, Oliver Huwyler1, Elena Frech2, Philip Manow3, Stefanie Bailer1, Simon Hug2
1University of Basel, Switzerland. 2University of Geneva, Switzerland. 3University of Bremen, Germany.
206

Parochialism, Social Norms, and Discrimination Against Immigrants

Mathias Poertner1, Donghyun Danny Choi2, Nicholas Sambanis2
1University of California, Berkeley, USA. 2University of Pennsylvania, USA.
1153

Party Nominations and Female Electoral Performance: Evidence from Germany

Hanno Hilbig1, Pia Raffler1, Thomas Fujiwara2
1Harvard University, USA. 2Princeton University, USA.
1083

Party Principles: Commitment to Group-Specific Policy Proposals

Robert Lupton1, William Myers2, Judd Thornton3
1University of Connecticut, USA. 2University of Tampa, USA. 3Georgia State University, USA.
544

Party Rhetoric and Issue Ownership

Zeynep Somer-Topcu1, Laron Williams2
1University of Texas, USA. 2University of Missouri, USA.
1280

Party Systems and Ethnic Bias in UK Elections: A Regional Comparison

Mary Stegmaier1, Michael Lewis-Beck2, Kaat Smets3
1University of Missouri, USA. 2University of Iowa, USA. 3Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom.
1132

Patterns of authority over space and time

Vanessa Alexandra Boese1, Scott Gates2, Carl Henrik Knutsen3, Håvard Mokleiv Nygård4, Håvard Strand2
1Humboldt-University, Germany. 2University of Oslo, PRIO, Norway. 3University of Oslo, Norway. 4PRIO, Norway.
545

Patterns of Cross-National Similarity in Voter Preferences

David Fortunato1, Laron Williams2
1Texas A&M University, USA. 2University of Missouri, USA.
367

Patterns of intra-coalition bargaining: Tracing the strategic use of legislative amendments to shape the substance of policy choices

Lion Behrens1, Dominic Nyhuis2, Thomas Gschwend1
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2Leibniz University Hannover, Germany.
831

Patterns of Legislative Speeches in the Parliament of Canada

Jean-Francois Godbout1, Christopher Cochrane2, Florence Vallee-Dubois1
1University of Montreal, Canada. 2University of Toronto, Canada.
248

Payoff allocation in coalition governments

Heike Klüver1, Hanna Bäck2
1Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany. 2Lund University, Sweden.
941

PhD Training and Gender Differences in Political Methodology in Europe

Malu Gatto1, Anita Gohdes2, Denise Traber3, Mariken van der Velden4
1University College London, United Kingdom. 2University of Zurich, Switzerland. 3University of Lucerne, Switzerland. 4Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands.
75

Places matter: the importance of local attachment on Brexit support

Diane Bolet
London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
475

Political Astroturfing in Electoral Campaigns: a comparison between the South Korean and the US presidential election

Franziska Keller1, David Schoch2, Sebastian Stier3, JungHwan Yang4
1Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong. 2University of Manchester, United Kingdom. 3GESIS, Germany. 4Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.
279

Political Determinants of Economic Backwardness: An Empirical Investigation

Dina Rosenberg1, Evgeny Sedashov2
1Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation. 2Binghamton University (SUNY), USA.
474

Political Fiascos and the Evaluation of Politicians: Quasi-experimental evidence

Macarena Ares1, Enrique Hernández2
1University of Zurich, Switzerland. 2Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain.
984

Political Fragmentation in the Digital Domain: Evidence from a Structural Topic Modelling Approach in France, Germany and the UK.

Raphael Heiberger1, Silvia Majo-Vazquez2, Laia Castro3, Rasmus K. Nielsen2, Mariluz Congosto4, Frank Esser3
1University of Bremen, Germany. 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 3University of Zurich, Switzerland. 4University Carlos III, Spain.
999

Political Mistrust and Party Choice

Constanza Sanhueza Petrarca, Heiko Giebler, Bernhard Weßels
WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany.
1035

Political Outsiders and Democratic Backsliding

James Hollyer1, Marko Klasnja2, Rocio Titiunik3
1University of Minnesota, USA. 2Georgetown University, USA. 3University of Michigan, USA.
1224

Political outsiders: Can social extremism and political incorrectness work as a signal of competence?

Paul Seabright1, Jerome Gonnot2, Maleke Fourati3
1Toulouse School of Economics, IAST, France. 2Toulouse School of Economics, France. 3UNIGE, Switzerland.
315

Political Repercussions of Open Borders

Dalston Ward, Andreas Beerli, Dominik Hangartner
ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
433

Popular Austerity

Timothy Hicks, Lucy Barnes
University College London, United Kingdom.
939

'Popular wisdom' or flimsy excuse? The impact of representation gaps on populist party success

Miriam Sorace1, Christopher Wratil2
1London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom. 2Harvard University, USA.
65

Populism and Conflict: Analyzing Populist Foreign Policy

Hadas Aron1, Emily Holland2
1New York University, USA. 2United States Naval Academy, USA.
43

Populist Roots: Variation in Grassroots Success of the Five Star Movements

Hadas Aron1, Chiara Superti2, Filippo Teoldi2
1New York University, USA. 2Columbia University, USA.
967

Populist United: A Theory of Intra-Party Bargaining under Policy Constraints

Konstantinos Matakos1, Nikitas Konstantinidis2
1King's College London, United Kingdom. 2IE University Madrid, Spain.
1068

Poverty, Outside Options and Insurgency – Finland in 1918

Matti Mitrunen1, Jaakko Meriläinen1, Tuomo Virkola2
1IIES, Stockholm University, Sweden. 2EUI, Italy.
150

Powerful Legislature or Rubber Stamper? A Text Reuse Analysis of Hungarian Bills and Laws

Miklós Sebők1, Tamás Berki2, Csaba Molnár1
1Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary. 2National Bank of Hungary, Hungary.
372

Preferences for Consensus and Majoritarian Democracy: Winners, Losers and Institutional Learning

Ferrin Monica1, Enrique Hernández2
1Collegio Carlo Alberto, Italy. 2Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain.
213

Preferences For Flexibility and Social Contracts

Carlo Ludovico Cordasco
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.
932

Preferences for Technological Adjustment Policies

Jose Fernandez-Albertos1, Aina Gallego2, Alexander Kuo3, Dulce Manzano4
1IPP-CSIC, Spain. 2IBEI, Spain. 3University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 4University of Complutense, Spain.
1218

Prohibition, Theft, and Violence

Brendan Cooley1, Kristopher Ramsay1, Colin Krainin2
1Princeton University, USA. 2Private sector, USA.
511

Public Attitudes toward Climate Security: A Cross-Country Analysis

Gizem Arikan1, Defne Gunay2
1Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 2Yasar University, Turkey.
269

Public Opinion Following Terrorist Attacks

Mariaelisa Epifanio1, Marco Giani2
1University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. 2King's College London, United Kingdom.
1115

Public Support for Costly Policy - Results from a Cross-Country Conjoint Experiment on Sustainable Food Policies

Lukas Fesenfeld1, Michael Wicki1, Yixian Sun2, Thomas Bernauer1
1ETH Zurich, Switzerland. 2Yale University, USA.
1107

Publishing with Sensitive Data: Balancing Replication and Privacy Concerns Using Synthetic Data

Christian Arnold1, Marcel Neunhoeffer2, Sebastian Sternberg2
1Cardiff University, United Kingdom. 2University of Mannheim, Germany.
282

Raising issues of fairness and harm: Individual opinions in the European Court of Human Rights

Zoltan Fazekas1, Øyvind Stiansen2
1Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. 2University of Oslo, Norway.
517

Random Assemblies as Guardians of Democracy

Peter Stone1, Anthoula Malkopoulou2
1Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 2Uppsala University, Sweden.
283

(Re-)Building the Social Contract in Fragile States:Designing a Qualitative Metaketa

Florian Kern1, Alexandra Hartman2
1University of Essex, United Kingdom. 2University College London, United Kingdom.
1236

Recovering the French Party Space from Twitter Data

François Briatte1, Ewen Gallic2
1ESPOL, Catholic University of Lille, France. 2Aix-Marseille School of Economics, France.
990

Reevaluating leader effects on vote choice using quantitative textual analysis

Annika Fredén1, Sverker Sikström2
1Karlstad University, Sweden. 2Lund University, Sweden.
865

Referendums on International Cooperation: Between Integration and Disintegration

Catherine de Vries1, Sara Hobolt2, Stefanie Walter3
1Free University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2LSE, United Kingdom. 3University of Zurich, Switzerland.
62

Reforming to Survive: The Bolshevik Origins of the Welfare State

Magnus Bergli Rasmussen1, Carl Henrik Knutsen2
1Institute for Social Research, Norway. 2University of Oslo, Norway.
325

Refugees and terrorism: the conditioning effect of migration policies

Sergi Pardos-Prado1, Sara Polo2, Julian Wucherpfennig3
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2University of Essex, United Kingdom. 3Hertie School of Governance, Germany.
1031

Regulating Supranational Lobbying through Voluntary Transparency Clubs: a Gold-Member perspective.

Adriana Bunea1, Vlad Gross2
1University of Southampton, United Kingdom. 2University of Antwerp, Belgium.
938

Retrospective Voting in Central And Eastern Europe: Hyper-Accountability, Corruption Or Social Inequality?

Mažvydas Jastramskis1, Vytautas Kuokštis2, Matas Baltrukevičius2
1Kaunas Institute of Technology, Lithuania. 2Vilnius University, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Lithuania.
995

Revisiting the Linz-Moreno question. Identities, causal antecedents and support for secession

Marc Guinjoan1, Toni Rodon2
1Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. 2London School of Economics, United Kingdom.
709

Revisiting the Origins of the British Labour Party

Chitralekha Basu1, Carles Boix2, Sonia Giurumescu1, Jordi Muñoz1
1University of Barcelona, Spain. 2Princeton University, USA.
987

Right or Left: the Political Legacy of Female Suffrage

Toni Rodon
London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
1024

Risk Dynamics: Economic Trajectories and Political Reactions

Denis Cohen1, Thomas Kurer2
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2Harvard University, USA.
1206

Roads to Rule, Roads to Rebel: Relational State Capacity and Conflict in Africa

Philipp Hunziker1, Carl Müller-Crepon2, Lars-Erik Cederman2
1Google, Switzerland. 2ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
188

Rules of Aid:A survey experiment on the logic of aid allocation in post-conflict countries

Susanna Campbell1, Gabriele Spilker2
1American University, USA. 2University of Salzburg, Austria.
317

Self-interest or socialization? A panel study of the mechanisms connecting class and support for redistribution.

Peter Egge Langsæther1, Geoffrey Evans2, Tom O'Grady3
1University of Oslo, Norway. 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 3University College London, United Kingdom.
908

Sentiment Analysis: what is great and what sucks?

Wouter van Atteveldt1, Mariken van der Velden1, Mark Boukes2
1Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands.
218

Shades of peace: Perception of security in Sri Lanka

Sabine Carey, Christian Glaessel, Belén González
University of Mannheim, Germany.
108

Should we stay or should we go? Electoral effects of dropping out of coalition talks

Heike Kluever1, Jae-Jae Spoon2
1Humboldt University, Germany. 2University of Pittsburgh, USA.
116

Simplifying pension decisions

Denise Laroze1, Raymond Duch2, Ximena Quintanilla3, Paulina Granados3, Mauricio Lopez1, Mirian Ormeño3
1Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile. 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 3Superintendencia de Pensiones, Chile.
1215

Social preferences for margins of trade

Santiago López-Cariboni
Universidad Católica del Uruguay, Uruguay.
584

Status-quo bias in comparative perspective: Agenda-setting by interest groups and political parties in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and The Netherlands

Joost Berkhout1, Patrick Statsch1, Patrick Bernhagen2, Beth Leech3, Amy McKay4, Adam Chalmers5
1University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2University of Stuttgart, Germany. 3Rutgers University, USA. 4Exeter University, United Kingdom. 5Kings College, United Kingdom.
1010

Strategic information transmission in civil wars: Conflict networks in the shadow of mediation

Altaf Ali1, Nils Metternich1, Tatjana Stankovic2
1University College London, United Kingdom. 2University of Oslo, Norway.
151

Strategic uncertainty and group bias

Dominik Duell1, Catherine Hafer2, Dimitri Landa2
1University of Essex, United Kingdom. 2New York University, USA.
423

Strategic use and disuse of social media in the Syrian conflict

Anita Gohdes1, Zachary Steinert-Threlkeld2
1Hertie School of Governance, Germany. 2UCLA, USA.
1232

Strategic voting in instant-runoff elections

Andrew Eggers1, Tobias Nowacki2
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2Stanford University, USA.
1089

Street Level Autocrats: Private Preferences and the Logic of Nonviolent Revolutions

Scott Gates1, Marianne Dahl2, Håvard Nygård2
1Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) and University of Oslo, Norway. 2PRIO, Norway.
524

Structural factors or contagion? The Swing riots and the drivers of social unrest.

Gabriel Leon1, Toke Aidt2
1Kings College London, United Kingdom. 2University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
907

SURE I VOTED FOR HIS FATHER: DYNASTICAL ADVANTAGE IN ELECTIONS - EVIDENCE FROM IRELAND

Kelsi Power-Spirlet1, Oguzhan Turkoglu2
1Independent Researcher, USA. 2Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
394

Surveillance Policies and Citizens’ Political Trust

Conrad Ziller1, Marc Helbling2
1University of Cologne, Germany. 2WZB Berlin and University of Bamberg, Germany.
888

Targeting the most climate-vulnerable countries? Comparing the allocation of German bilateral and multilateral adaptation finance

Mascha Rauschenbach, Sven Harten, Alexandra Köngeter, Gerald Leppert, Kevin Moull, Martin Noltze
German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Germany.
313

Term Limit Extension and Electoral Participation. Evidence from a Diff-in-Discontinuities Design at the local level in Italy

Marco Alberto De Benedetto1, Maria De Paola2
1Università degli Studi di Messina, Italy. 2Università degli Studi della Calabria, Italy.
1140

The antidumping procedure as an outlet for protectionism in European Union trade policy

Christophe Crombez1, Pieterjan Vangerven2
1Stanford University, USA. 2KU Leuven, Belgium.
1133

The Business Model of Mexican Cartels

Nicola Mastrorocco1, John Marshall2
1Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 2Columbia University, USA.
6

The Catalytic Effect of IMF Lending: Evidence from Sectoral FDI Data

Michael Breen1, Patrick Egan2
1Dublin City University, Ireland. 2Tulane University, USA.
785

The Causes and Consequences of Manipulation of Party Primaries

Michael Wahman1, Merete Bech Seeberg2
1Michigan State University, USA. 2Aarhus University, Denmark.
886

The causes of irredentist claims

Seraina Ruegger, Guy Schvitz, Lars-Erik Cederman
ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
617

The change of motives to become and to stay a party member: An empirical analysis of the membership of the German political parties for the period 1998 to 2017

Markus Klein1, Yvonne Lüdecke1, Frederik Springer1, Philipp Becker1, Lisa Czeczinski2, Bastian Schmidt2
1Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany. 2University of Siegen, Germany.
117

The chilling effects of aggressive policing practices: How Stop and Frisk affected undocumented students' performance

Linna Martén1, Niklas Harder2, Amy Hsin3
1University of Uppsala, Sweden. 2German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM), Germany. 3City University of New York, USA.
21

The Composition of Secret Police Forces: Evidence from Autocratic Argentina

Adam Scharpf1, Christian Glaessel2
1GIGA-German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany. 2University of Mannheim, Germany.
1244

The  Conceptualization and Measurement of Religion in Public Opinion Research

Lyman Kellstedt1, James Guth2, Corwin Smidt3
1Wheaton College (Emeritus), USA. 2Furman University, USA. 3Calvin College, USA.
263

The Costs of Membership Withdrawal from Intergovernmental Organizations

Inken von Borzyskowski1, Felicity Vabulas2
1Florida State University, USA. 2Pepperdine University, USA.
469

The dark side of the dark side - effects of narcissism on support for radical right parties

Sabrina Mayer1, Carl Berning2, David Johann3
1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. 2University of Mainz, Germany. 3University of Zurich, Switzerland.
69

The Demise of the "Death Tax": The Worldwide Abolition of InheritanceTaxation, 1970-2015

Philipp Genschel1, Julian Limberg1, Laura Seelkopf2
1European University Institute, Italy. 2Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Germany.
599

The Diffusion of Taxation, 1750-2015

Zbigniew Truchlewski1, Andrea Papadia2
1University of Geneva, Switzerland. 2European University Institute, Italy.
672

The Dynamic of Policy Response to Public Opinion: Institutions, Taxation and Inequality

Anthony McGann, Sebastian Dellepiane-Avellaneda
University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom.
808

The dynamics of policy congruence and satisfaction with democracy

Heinz Brandenburg1, Robert Johns2, Stefanie Reher1
1University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom. 2University of Essex, United Kingdom.
670

The Dynamics of Turnout Over Two Elections Using ‘Bigger’ Data

Jack Vowles, Matthew Gibbons
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
143

The Early Warning System and Voting Behavior in the Council of the EU

Philippe van Gruisen1, Martijn Huysmans2
1Leiden University, Netherlands. 2Utrecht University, Netherlands.
480

The Economic Consequences of Populists in Power

Brett Meyer, Jordan Kyle
Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, United Kingdom.
822

The Economic Crisis News Cycle

Raymond Duch1, Denise Laroze2, Iñaki Sagarzazu3
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom. 2Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Chile. 3Texas Tech University, USA.
800

The Effect of Hate Speech Regulation on Preference Falsification

Richard Traunmueller1, Simon Munzert2, Pablo Barbera3, Andy Guess4, JungHwan Yang5, Dani Stockmann2
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2Hertie School of Governance, Germany. 3LSE, United Kingdom. 4Princeton University, USA. 5University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA.
935

The Effect of Local Context on Citizens’ Attitudes toward Immigration Policy

Simon Ellerbrock
Mannheim Centre for European Social Research - University of Mannheim, Germany.
376

The Effect of Sanctions on Companies’ Foreign Direct Investment Decisions

Elena McLean1, Jeheung Ryu2, Taehee Whang3
1SUNY Buffalo, USA. 2University of Rochester, USA. 3Yonsei University, USA.
633

The Effects of Sibling Gender and Order on Political Aspirations

Rasmus T. Pedersen1, Jens Olav Dahlgaard2
1The Danish Center for Social Science Research, Denmark. 2Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
310

The Elasticity of Identity in Rwanda and Burundi

Ravi Bhavnani1, Kanish Debnath2
1Graduate Institute, Switzerland. 2FLAME University, India.
775

The electoral effects of a diplomatic stand-off: Evidence from a natural experiment

Bastiaan Bruinsma1, Kostas Gemenis2, Micha Germann3
1Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy. 2Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Germany. 3University of Bath, United Kingdom.
611

The EU in Crisis: Public Opinion, Disintegration Pressures, and the Future of European Integration (Roundtable Proposal)

Christina Schneider1, Catherine de Vries2, Sara Hobolt3, Julia Gray4
1University of California, San Diego, USA. 2Free University, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 3London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom. 4University of Pennsylvania, USA.
185

The Fiscal Politics of Immigration: Evidence of Mechanisms from Survey Experiments in Japan

Seiki Tanaka1, Frances Rosenbluth2, Rieko Kage3
1University of Leeds, United Kingdom. 2Yale University, USA. 3University of Tokyo, Japan.
1124

The Impact of Electoral Systems on Party-centred Voting

Francisco Cantú1, Pedro Riera2
1University of Houston, USA. 2University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain.
1242

The Impact of Institutional Design on Women's Committee Appointments

Tiffany D. Barnes1, Constanza Schibber2
1University of Kentucky, USA. 2Michigan State University, USA.
701

THE LONG SHADOW OF THE CROSS: RELIGION AND VOTING DURING FRANCE’S THIRD REPUBLIC

Christophe Lévêque1, Carles Boix2, Filip Kostelka3
1Toulouse School of Economics, France. 2Princeton University, USA. 3Essex University, United Kingdom.
121

The long-term consequences of religious violence

Isabela Mares1, Ahmed Mohammed2
1Yale University, USA. 2Columbia University, USA.
1178

The Meanings of Democracy

Kirby Goidel, Nicholas Davis, Yikai Zhao
Texas A&M, USA.
1241

The Mechanisms of Protest Recruitment through Social Media Networks                  

Andreu Casas1, Joshua Tucker1, Leon Yin1, Jonathan Nagler1, Jennifer M. Larson2
1New York University, USA. 2Vanderbilt University, USA.
1081

The New Rural-Urban Divide in Politics: Evidence from Germany

Kathrin Ackermann1, Sigrid Roßteutscher1, Richard Traunmüller2
1Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. 2University of Mannheim, Germany.
568

The Performance of Populist Right Parties in Open and Closed Lists. Evidence from a survey experiment

Thomas Bräuninger1, Thomas Däubler1, Robert A. Huber2, Lukas Rudolph3
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2University of Salzburg, Austria. 3ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
677

The Persistence of Mafias

Ryan Hubert, Omar García-Ponce
University of California, Davis, USA.
426

The Political Consequences of Wartime Sexual Violence: Evidence from a List Experiment

Belen Gonzalez1, Richard Traunmueller2
1GIGA, Germany. 2University of Mannheim, Germany.
953

The Political Economy of Collusion: How Organized Crime Captures Political Institutions

Livio Di Lonardo1, Nicola Mastrorocco2
1Bocconi University, Italy. 2Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
875

The Political Effects of Local Economic Investment Policies

Guido Ropers1, Nils Redeker2, Daniel Bischof2, Moritz Marbach3
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2University of Zurich, Switzerland. 3ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
311

The Politics of Data Production Dissemination in Non-Democracies

Rachael McLellan1, Ruth Carlitz2
1Princeton University, USA. 2University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
537

The Precolonial Origins of Within-Ethnic Group Inequality

Christian Houle1, Paul Kenny2, Nicolas Bichay1
1Michigan State University, USA. 2Australian National University, Australia.
1233

The price of respect: The value of material vs. non-material benefits in clientelistic exchanges

Miquel Pellicer1, Eva Wegner2, Markus Bayer1
1University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. 2University College Dublin, Ireland.
588

The Public Legitimacy of the European Union

Christopher Wratil1, Jens Wäckerle2
1Harvard University, USA. 2University of Cologne, Germany.
92

The Reach of Radio: Ending Civil Conflict through Rebel Demobilization

Paul Atwell1, Joseph Gomes2, Alex Armand2
1University of Michigan, USA. 2Universidad de Navarra, Spain.
909

The relationship between issue saliency, public satisfaction and (health) policy reforms

Diana Burlacu1, Ellen Immergut2
1Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany. 2European University Institute, Italy.
981

The Rise of Majority-Ethnic Nationalism and Cooperation among Marginalized Minorities

Emmy Lindstam1, Shardul Vaidya2
1University of Mannheim, Germany. 2CESS-Nuffield-FLAME University, India.
947

The role of income-group preferences and inequality on redistributive policies

Xavier Romero-Vidal1, Steven Van Hauwaert2
1Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany. 2Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany.
874

The sanction that isn’t imposed? Roll-call voting loyalty and demotion in European Parliament elections

Mihail Chiru1, Thomas Däubler2, Silje Synnøve Lyder Hermansen3
1UCLouvain, Belgium. 2Mannheim Centre for European Social Research, Germany. 3University of Oslo, Norway.
612

The Size of the Public Sector and Well Being: A Global Appaisal

Alexander Pacek1, Benjamin Radcliff2, Mark Brockway2
1Texas A&M University, USA. 2University of Notre Dame, USA.
1202

The Structure of European Public Preferences for Asylum and Refugee Policy:A Cross National Conjoint Experiment

Anne-Marie Jeannet1, Esther Ademmer2, Martin Ruhs1, Tobias Stroehr2
1European University Institute, Italy. 2Kiel University, Germany.
772

The threefold social selectivity of participation in political parties – an empirical analysis of the membership of the German political parties in 2017

Frederik Springer1, Markus Klein1, Yvonne Lüdecke1, Philipp Becker1, Lisa Czeczinski2, Bastian Schmidt2
1Leibniz University Hannover, Germany. 2University of Siegen, Germany.
13

The Uneven Burden of Peacekeeping: Assessing Variation in Risk-Taking Propensity Across Troop Contributing Countries

Brandon Prins1, Anup Phayal2
1University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA. 2University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA.
229

The Use of Twitter Bots in Russian Political Communication

Denis Stukal1, Sergey Sanovich2, Richard Bonneau1, Joshua Tucker1
1New York University, USA. 2Stanford University, USA.
122

They are all the same: Populism and perception of mainstream parties

Zoltan Fazekas1, Federico Vegetti2
1Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. 2University of Milan, Italy.
98

Throwing in the Towel: Democracies and Lost Disputes

Erik Gartzke, Matthew Millard, Patrick Hulme
University of California, San Diego, USA.
321

Timeless Landscape or Diverse Urbanity? How Partisanship and Ethnicity Refract National Attachment in the United States and England

David Leal1, Eric Kaufmann2
1University of Texas at Austin, USA. 2Birkbeck College, University of London, United Kingdom.
962

To Fight or to Vote: Sovereignty Referendums as Strategies in Conflicts over Self-Determination

Friederike Luise Kelle, Mitja Sienknecht
Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin/ Berlin Social Science Center, Germany.
991

Topics of Interest: Speech Patterns in the IMF's Executive Board

Timon Forster1, Alexander Kentikelenis2
1Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. 2Bocconi University, Italy.
251

Trade Policy in a “GVC World”: Multinational Corporations and Trade Liberalization

Christina Anderer1, Andreas Dür1, Lisa Lechner2
1University of Salzburg, Austria. 2University of Innsbruck, Austria.
410

Transnational Terrorism and Restrictive Immigration Policies

Marc Helbling1, Daniel Meierrieks2
1University of Bamberg, Germany. 2WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany.
370

Turning the Clock: Manipulation of Legislative Time as a Strategy in Bicameral Bargaining in Germany

Christoph Garwe1, Benjamin Engst2, Yannick Stawicki1, Christoph Hönnige1
1Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany. 2Universität Mannheim, Germany.
1114

Uncertainty and Legal Disintegration: Evidence from Brexit

Arthur Dyevre, Nicolas Lampach, Michal Ovadék, Monika Glavina, Wessel Wijtvliet
KU Leuven, Belgium.
373

Under the Roof of Rebels: Civilian Targeting After Territorial Takeover in Sierra Leone

Melanie Sauter1, Christian Oswald2, Sigrid Weber3, Rob Williams4
1European University Institute, Switzerland. 2Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 3University College London, United Kingdom. 4University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.
243

Unemployment Experiences and Policy Preferences: Evidence from a Survey of Mayors

Aina Gallego1, Alba Huidobro2
1Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals, Spain. 2Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
581

(Unequal) responses to inequality: The structure and origins of redistributive preferences across advanced democracies

Steven Van Hauwaert1, Xavier Romero2
1Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. 2Leuphana University in Lüneburg, Germany.
1144

UnfAirbnb! The effect of short-term letting on electoral behaviour

Toni Rodon
London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
1210

Upward Representation Bias: How Voters Sustain Political Inequality

Sveinung Arnesen1, Dominik Duell2, Mikael Johannesson3, Yvette Peters3
1NORCE Norwegian Research Centre, Norway. 2University of Essex, United Kingdom. 3University of Bergen, Norway.
997

US Congressional Candidates’ Twitter Campaign Strategies

Constanza Sanhueza Petrarca1, Jeremy Gelman2, Steven Wilson2
1WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany. 2University of Nevada, Reno, USA.
1270

Veterans and political change

Steven Wilkinson1, Saumthira Jha2
1Yale University, USA. 2Stanford University, USA.
1167

Vote Switching and Racial Identity Change

Alexander Agadjanian1, Dean Lacy2
1Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. 2Dartmouth College, USA.
770

Wasting Female Candidates? Examining Party and Gender Differences in Candidate Retention

Maarja Lühiste1, Heiko Giebler2
1Newcastle University, United Kingdom. 2WZB Berlin Social Science Centre, Germany.
236

What Do Humans Think About Democracy?

Chris Anderson1, Damien Bol2, Aurelia Nugroho2
1University of Warwick, United Kingdom. 2KIng's College London, United Kingdom.
925

What Makes an Immigrant “Illegal”? Experimental Evidence from Europe and the US

Miranda Simon1, Cassilde Schwartz2, David Hudson3, Jennifer Hudson1
1University College London, United Kingdom. 2Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom. 3University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
972

What Matters to the Public? Most Important Issues and Most Important Problems

Beth Leech1, Joost Berkhout2, Patrick Bernhagen3, Adam Chalmers4, Amy McKay5
1Rutgers University, USA. 2University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. 3University of Stuttgart, Germany. 4Kings College London, United Kingdom. 5University of Exeter, United Kingdom.
450

What Shapes Citizens’ Preferences towards Climate Change Policies?  Insights from Choice Experiments

Adrian Rinscheid1, Silvia Pianta2, Elke Weber3
1University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. 2Bocconi University, Italy. 3Princeton University, USA.
93

When and how do governments manipulate their economic statistics?

Roberto Barbosa de Andrade Aragão1, Lukas Linsi2
1University of Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2University of Groningen, Netherlands.
809

When Do States Apologize for Past Atrocities? Explaining Interstate Apologies for War Crimes

Kerim Can Kavakli1, Mohammad Mohsin Hussain2
1Bocconi University, Italy. 2University of Warwick, United Kingdom.
771

When parties collide: The impact of intra-EP dynamics on the on delegation choice in the EU.

Sebastian Popa1, Anastasia Ershova2
1Newcastle University, United Kingdom. 2The London School Of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
1199

When Voters Favour the Social Investment Welfare State: Evidence from Survey Experiments in Japan

Mark Brazzill1, Hideko Magara1, Yuki Yanai2
1Waseda University, Japan. 2Kochi University of Technology, Japan.
767

WHO VOTED FOR SOCIALISM? THE RISE OF THE SAP IN SWEDISH LOCAL ELECTIONS, 1910-18

Zsuzsanna Magyar1, Carles Boix2
1University of Barcelona, Spain. 2Princeton University, USA.
359

Why do incumbents invite electoral observation missions?

Nasos Roussias1, Ruben Ruiz-Rufino2
1University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. 2King's College London, United Kingdom.