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Werner Krause
PolSci PhD & & . (Radical) Political Parties & Voting Behaviour. Quantitative Methods & R.
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Sergi Pardos Nov 18
Important paper by and showing that ideological moderation causally boosts a party's perceived competence ratings.
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Werner Krause Nov 18
Thanks for the feedback! Comparing Marpor, CHES and public opinion scores on parties’ shifts is always challenging. However, Adams and colleagues give some good advice. Hope to see research on the causes of the differences in the future!
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Werner Krause Nov 14
Es handelt sich bei dem Artikel um ein Working Paper, das so auch auf unterschiedlichen Konferenzen vorgestellt wurde. Deshalb ist das Paper nur via Dropbox-Link online.
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Catherine De Vries Nov 12
Dept Social & Political Sciences is hiring assistant professor in Comparative Politics. Great institution in a great city, apply! Start date Sept 2021, deadline: 15th of January Info: opening 14/A2 Please retweet!
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Electoral Studies Nov 7
'Do humble beginnings help? How politician roots shape evaluations' by Nick Vivyan Konstantin Gliniter and is now available
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Werner Krause Nov 6
Replying to @WEPsocial
Plus: I find no evidence that accommodative strategies by Social Democrats reduce the electoral support for radical left parties.
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Werner Krause Nov 6
I my new article in , I show that the radical left benefits from different (centrifugal and centripetal) programmatic strategies on the economic and the non-economic conflict dimension.
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Werner Krause Nov 4
This is definitely one possible explanation. However, in this study we cannot really look at the individual reasons why RRPs are preferred to mainstream parties.
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Werner Krause Nov 4
In general yes - but the Danish case is more complicated. See, e.g., 's points on this topic:
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©️as Ⓜ️udde Nov 3
It doesn't matter how often academics show that copying radical right parties does not help mainstream parties, journalists and politicians continue to believe it does (from Flanders to Sweden and Britain to Denmark).
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Ilyas Saliba Nov 1
Die Ohnmacht des Rechtstaates der nicht gegen seine Polizisten ermittelt. Der Tod Oury Jalloh’s & die eingestellten Ermittlungen gg Polizeibeamte machen mich Fassungslos.
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EESresearch Oct 31
DATA RELEASE📢❗❗❗ The early release of the EES2019 Voter Study is now available for download on our website . A full release is schedule for February 2020, unitl then enjoy the data and do not forget to cite it when using it.
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Stijn van Kessel Oct 29
Hurray! Accepted by : 'Informed, uninformed or misinformed? A cross-national analysis of populist party supporters across European democracies', co-authored with and
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Tarik Abou-Chadi Oct 25
Updated paper with and : more anti-immigrant positions of mainstream parties do not weaken but if anything strengthen radical right parties. This holds for a number of different context conditions such as new vs established RRPs.
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CSES Oct 21
CSES Announcement: An updated version of the Integrated Module Dataset (IMD) is now available for download
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Heike Klüver Oct 19
In my new article I show that interest group survival is importantly affected by group type and the public salience of their policy area
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Antoine Fabri Oct 8
unglue is on CRAN!!! Intuitive text extraction inspired by glue's convenient syntax, it looks a lot like glue in reverse install.packages("unglue") Lots of new features! check out README and NEWS for more :
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Catherine De Vries Oct 4
& I submitted final version of Political Entrepreneurs book to Princeton University Press. Publication end of May 2020. Looking forward to seeing this in print! Shout out to all colleagues who took time to engage with our ideas over the years! A short thread 1/
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Werner Krause Sep 30
Thanks, Fernando!
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Werner Krause Sep 30
Replying to @krause_we
Plus: Replication files can be found here:
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