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Lisa Marie Werner
David M. Grundmanns
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School of Social Sciences
Credit: Dr. Benjamin G. Engst
Dr. Benjamin G. Engst awarded with DVPW dissertation prize 2020
For his dissertation “The Two Faces of Judicial Power. Dynamics of Judicial-Political Bargaining”, our former colleague Dr. Benjamin G. Engst was awarded the DVPW dissertation prize 2020. Congratulations!
Credit: Andreas Breitling
Evaluation AQM online
The evaluation of our lecture Advanced Quantitative Methods (spring term 2021) is online. Thank you for participating!
Thomas Gschwend in Diário de Notícias: Pandemic Is Dangerous Asset for Far-Right In Germany
The AfD's poorer results are mainly due to a lack of “alternative policies”. Instead, they “spend their time fighting each other”. Without the COVID-19 pandemic, the party is likely to “weaken even further”.
DVPW-Dissertationspreis für Benjamin Engst – Wir gratulieren!!
DVPW-Dissertationspreis 2020 geht an Dr. Nabila Abbas und Dr. Benjamin G. Engst
Thomas Gschwend in der Heilbronner Stimme: Analyse Landtagswahl
Verlierer ohne große Verluste – Grüne gewinnen von allen Parteien, CDU behält Mandate – Experte rät CDU zur Opposition
Credit: AP Photo/
Thomas Gschwend in The Academic Times: Trump's isolationism struck a chord with German Americans
Artikel über den Electoral Studies – Beitrag “A swing vote from the ethnic backstage: The role of German American isolationist tradition for Trump’s 2016 victory” von Klara Dentler, Thomas Gschwend and David Hünlich
Credit: Electoral Studies
New Publication: A swing vote from the ethnic backstage: The role of German American isolationist tradition for Trump’s 2016 victory
Klara Dentler, Thomas Gschwend and David Hünlich (forthcoming)
New Working Paper: Automated video analysis for social science research
By Dominic Nyhuis, Tobias Ringwald, Oliver Rittmann, Thomas Gschwend and Rainer Stiefelhagen
Credit: Katrin Glückler
Aleksandra Butneva will present her new working paper “When is the Supreme Constitutional Court stepping in? Investigating patterns of judicial response in Germany”
on March 17th, 2021 at the “New Challenges, New Perspectives”: LSEUPR Annual Undergraduate Conference 2021 , London School of Economics and Political Science, supported by The International Political Science Association
New Working Paper: Coalition Policymaking and Opposition Legislative Review: Bill Scrutiny as an Intra-Party Signaling Device
By Lion Behrens, Dominic Nyhuis and Thomas Gschwend
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