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Vita

Lukas Hetzer completed his B.A. degree in Social Sciences at Humboldt University Berlin in 2019. In 2021, he received his M.Sc. (Res) in Social Sciences from the University of Amsterdam with a focus on empirical-analytical methods and political science. Since October 2021, he has been working as a data specialist at GESIS for the third-party funded project DemThreat as well as the German Longitudinal Election Study (GLES).
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Publications

Publikation

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Journal article

Roßmann, Joss, L. Constantin Wurthmann, Frauke Riebe, Lukas Hetzer, and Manuela S. Blumenberg. 2022. "Einführung - Die Bundestagswahl 2021: Eine außergewöhnliche Wahl in ungewöhnlichen Zeiten." easy_social_sciences (67): 4-8. doi: https://doi.org/10.15464/easy.2022.02.

Dippel, Alina, Lukas Hetzer, and Axel Burger. 2022. "Links oder rechts?: Die ideologische Selbstverortung von Wähler:innen und ihre Wahrnehmung von Parteien in Deutschland." easy_social_sciences (67): 19-29. doi: https://doi.org/10.15464/easy.2022.04.

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Editorship

Riebe, Frauke, Lukas Hetzer, and L. Constantin Wurthmann, ed. 2022. Die Bundestagswahl 2021: Perspektiven und Daten aus der deutschen Wahlstudie. easy_social_sciences 67. https://www.gesis.org/fileadmin/upload/easy/easy_67.pdf.

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Other article

Balduini, Anna Sveva, Brian Burgoon, Marius Busemeyer, Valentina Gualtieri, Lukas Hetzer, Matteo Luppi, Francesco Nicoli, and Stefano Sacchi. 2022. "Secular economic challenges and public support for policy interventions: Technological change and globalization in a randomized survey experiment in eight counties." Inapp Paper n.33-2022. INAPP. https://oa.inapp.org/xmlui/handle/20.500.12916/3435.

Talk

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Conference contribution

Hetzer, Lukas. 2022. "Regional inequality and European fiscal integration in times of crisis: How regional wealth and Covid-19 impact shape public support for EU risk sharing." ECPR General Conference 2022, Innsbruck, 23.08.2022.