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Visits & Publications

The visiting researchers programs are currently being restructured. Further information will follow soon.


Current Visiting Researchers

Time Visiting Researcher Research Topic Invited by / Funding
Norman Mukasa (Muteesa I Royal University, Uganda) "African Children Born of War and Wartime Rape: Identity and Associated Risks" - Contact person: EUROLAB External funding
Antonio Alaminos-Fernandéz (University of Alicante, Spain) "Cognitive Consistency and Pattern Detection using AI Approaches in Public Opinion Polls." - Contact person: EUROLAB External funding
Matthias Schonlau (Waterloo University, Canada) "Natural language processing in survey research" - Contact person: Bernd Weiß Humboldt Research Award
Barry Schouten (Statistics Netherlands / Utrecht University) Seed-project STB DVD for the GESIS App - Contact person: Lukas Otto External funding

If you would like to know more about the research of our guests, please contact us at eurolab[at]

Time Visiting Researcher Research Topic Invited by / Funding
Victor Garcia Miranda (Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brasilien) "Analysis of social data and impacts on welfare provision in public policy: what are the best variables for a contemporary modeling?" - Contact person: EUROLAB External funding
Jonas Volle (Zeppelin Universität Friedrichshafen, Germany) "Netzwerke, Paradigmen und Karrieren im akademischen Feld" - Contact person: Andreas Schmitz External funding
Allison Tyler (University of Michigan School of Information, USA) "Protection vs. Access: Data Reuse in the Post-GDPR European Union" - Contact person: Anja Perry External funding
Norman Mukasa (Muteesa I Royal University, Uganda) "African Children Born of War and Wartime Rape: Identity and Associated Risks" - Contact person: EUROLAB External funding
Heidi Schulze (LMU Munich Department of Media and Communication, Germany) "The Presence of Conspiracy Myths on Telegram and Its Influence on German Voters" - Contact person: Anne-Kathrin Stroppe External funding
Antonio Alaminos-Fernandéz (University of Alicante, Spain) "Cognitive Consistency and Pattern Detection using AI Approaches in Public Opinion Polls." - Contact person: EUROLAB External funding
Frank Zenker (Boğaziçi University, Turkey) "Quantum Social Sciences" - Contact person: Adrian Stanciu DRS
Daniil Lebedev (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia) "Paradata and Data Quality in Surveys" - Contact person: Tobias Gummer External funding
Hannah Alarian (University of Florida, USA) "Voice and Loyalty: Immigrant Voting Rights in Europe" - Contact person: EUROLAB External funding
James Fahey (University of Florida, USA) "The ‘Right’ Migrant: Far-Right Party Support Among Migrants in Germany" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Cansu Paksoy (Koç University, Turkey) "Reducing Affective Polarization through Perspective-Taking: A Multimethod Assessment" - Contact person: Oshrat Hochman External funding
Daniel Stevens (University of Exeter, United Kingdom) "Untangling the Relationships between Threats and Authoritarianism" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Dimitris Ballas (University of Groningen, The Netherlands) "Geographies of Happiness and Discontent" - Contact person: Serafeim Alvandes DSS
Violetta Tucci (University of Milan, Italy) "Social Inequalities among European Youth: Housing and Real Estate Values" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Andrea Turkovic (University of Milan, Italy) "Religion as a Cultural Context for Prejudice" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Dwaipayan Roy (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata, India) "Retrievability study of a heterogeneous text collection" - Contact person: Philipp Mayr-Schlegel KTS
Baard Borge (Arctic University Tromsø, Norway) - Contact person: Ingvill C. Mochmann External funding
Tenko Raykov (Michigan State University, USA) "Research on using latent variable modelling approaches in ex-post scale harmonization" - Contact person: Ranjit Singh SDM
Keming Yang (University of Durham, United Kingdom) "Profiling Vulnerable Groups to Loneliness by Studying Intersectional Effects in Different National Contexts" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Paul de Boeck (The Ohio State University, USA) "Scoring Methods for Partially Invariant Scales" - Contact person: Nivedita Bhaktha SDM
Kelin Li (California State University Dominguez Hills, USA) "The Implication of Immigration on Health Trajectories among Children of Immigrants in Europe and the United States" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Matthias Schonlau (Waterloo University, Canada) "Natural language processing in survey research" - Contact person: Bernd Weiß Humboldt Research Award
Stéphanie Cassilde (Ronin Institute of Independent Research, Belgium) "A Pluri-Ethno-Linguistic Fragmentation Index - Computing the Values for 40 Countries" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Mattia Samory (Sapienza University Rome, Italy) Collaboration on joint projects - Contact persons: Claudia Wagner, David Schoch CSS
Barry Schouten (Statistics Netherlands / Utrecht University) Seed-project STB DVD for the GESIS App - Contact person: Lukas Otto External funding
Ekaterina Kochergina (University of Milan, Italy) "COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy in Europe: Individual and Contextual Determinants" - Contact person: Alexia Katsanidou External funding
Ali Konyali (Deutsches Zentrum für Integrations- und Migrationsforschung Berlin, Germany) Forschung zu Rassismus in der Wissenschaft - Contact person: Lena Weber DRS
Sun Guangyuan (Nanyang Technological 
University, Singapore)
"Research project in the area of data discovery" - Contact person: Brigitte Mathiak KTS
Mayurakshi Chaudhuri (FLAME University Pune, India) "The 'Women's Question': A Comparative Study of Family and Gendered Mobility in Contemporary Germany and India" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Philipp David Darius (Hertie School of Governance Berlin, Germany) "Strategic Political Communication on Twitter before and after the German Federal Election in 2017" - Contact person: EUROLAB EUROLAB Grant
Isabelle van der Vegt (Utrecht University, Netherlands) Collaboration about extremism / "threat assessment" of text data - Contact person: Katrin Weller CSS
Franziska Keller (University of Bern, Switzerland) "(State-driven) Propaganda on Social Media" - Contact persons: David Schoch, Sebastian Stier CSS
Debora Nozza (Bocconi University, Italy) "Measurement of anti-LGBT+ toxicity in text generated by Large Language Models" - Contact persons: Indira Sen, Claudia Wagner CSS
Xu Tong (China Academy of Chinese Medical Science, China) Contact person: Stefan Dietze External funding

Further external researchers regularly visit GESIS teams or staff members, for example to obtain access to official data or data that are sensitive from a data protection viewpoint, or to work with GESIS employees who are experts on social science metadata standards. Frequently, researchers are interested in working at one of the five Researcher Data Centers (RDCs): Allbus, Elections, German Microdata Lab, International Survey Programmes, and PIAAC. Also, the Secure Data Center often hosts external researchers. SDC offers access to disclosive data sets by hosting a safe room for on-site access. Research visits at GML and SDC as well as research visits shorter than five working days are not documented on this website.

The EUROLAB hosted 18 visiting researchers in 2021. For a complete list of all researchers and their research topics since 2006, please have a look here.


So far, visiting researchers published more than 120 books, articles, and conference papers based on research carried out during their stay at GESIS. For a complete list of publications, please have a look at the lists below.


  • Cha, S.-E., and G. Papastefanou. 2020. Understanding the Time Pressure of Working Parents: How Parents’ Childcare Time Impacts the Diurnal Organization of Activities and the Sense of Feeling Rushed. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. 51: 110-130. 10.3138/jcfs.51.1.006.
  • Konoe, S. 2020. Japan’s Diplomacy at the G7 and G20: Supporting Global Economic Governance. Strategic Japan Working Paper. Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
  • Konoe, S. 2020. Politics of Financial Integration: Unbalanced Development of the European Financial and Monetary System (in Japanese). Iwanami Shoten.


  • Amores, J., C. Calderón, and M. Stanek. 2019. Visual frames of migrants and refugees in the main Western European media. Economics and Sociology. 12. 10.14254/2071-789X.2019/12-3/10.
  • Boland, K., and F. Krüger. 2019. Distant supervision for silver label generation of software mentions in social scientific publications. Proceedings of the 4th Joint Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval and Natural Language Processing for Digital Libraries (BIRNDL 2019), co-located with the 42nd International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR 2019): 15-27.
  • Lee, E., F. Karimi, C. Wagner, H.-H. Jo, M. Strohmaier, and M. Galesic. 2019. Homophily and minority-group size explain perception biases in social networks. Nature Human Behaviour. 3. 10.1038/s41562-019-0677-4.
  • Otto, W., B. Ghavimi, P. Mayr, R. Piryani, and V. Singh. 2019. Highly cited references in PLOS ONE and their in-text usage over time. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Scientometrics & Informetrics (ISSI 2019). Volume II: 1531-1536.
  • Piryani, R., W. Otto, P. Mayr, and V. Singh. 2019. Analysing author name mentions in citation contexts of highly cited publications. Proceedings of the 4th Joint Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval and Natural Language Processing for Digital Libraries (BIRNDL 2019), co-located with the 42nd International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR 2019): 145-152.
  • Quinlan, S., and M. Okolikj. 2019. Patrimonial economic voting: a cross-national analysis of asset ownership and the vote. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties. Online first. 10.1080/17457289.2019.1655758.
  • Stehr, N., and H. Von Storch. 2019. A Very Blind Spot. Society. 56: 611-612. 10.1007/s12115-019-00424-y.


  • Molteni, F., and F. Biolcati. 2018. Shifts in religiosity across cohorts in Europe: A multilevel and multidimensional analysis based on the European Values Study. Social Compass, 003776861877296.
  • Petkova, D. 2018. Death, After-Life and Rebirth: Cultural Transfusion of Ideas. Funes. Journal of narratives and social sciences 2018(2): 8-21.


  • Alaminos Fernández, A.F. and M. Martínez-Villar. 2017. "¿Son los clásicos Disney un buen recurso para trabajar la Inclusión Educativa?". Universidad de Alicante. Departamento de Soci-ología II.
  • Alarian, H.M.. 2017. Migrant Employment and the Foundations of Integration: A Multimethod Approach. University of California, Irvine.
  • Allen, T.J. 2017. The Far Right and the Left Behind: The Demographic Deepening and Surprising Durability of Far Right Parties in Western Europe, 2009-2014. University of California, Irvine.
  • Georgiadou, V., A. Kafe, S. Nezi, and C. Pieridis. 2019. Plebiscitarian Spirit in the Square. Key Characteristics of the Greek Indignants. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Societiy 32: 43-59.
  • Savelyev, Y., and Б. сучасність. 2017. Соціальне включення в оцінці суспільного розвитку (Multidimensional Modernity: Social Inclusion in Assessment of Social Development) (July 23, 2017). Multidimensional Modernity: Social Inclusion in Assessment of Social Development, Kyiv: The University of Kyiv, 2017. Available at SSRN: or


  • Craveiro, D.M. 2016. Tied to inequality: How macro and micro societal contexts shape health inequalities in later life in Europe. Doctoral Thesis in Sociology, Universidade do Minho.


  • Cieciuch, J., E. Davidov, D.L. Oberski, and R. Algesheimer. 2015. Testing for Measurement Invariance by Detecting Local Misspecification and an Illustration across Online and Paper-and-Pencil Samples. European Political Science 14, no. 4 (December 1): 521–538.
  • Freire, A. 2015. Left–right Ideology as a Dimension of Identification and of Competition*. Journal of Political Ideologies 20, no. 1 (January 2): 43–68.
  • Gheorghita, A. 2015. Voter Characteristics and Leader Effects in a Post-Communist Context: The Case of the 2012 Legislative Elections in Romania. Romanian Journal of Political Science 15, no. 1 (June 22): 52.
  • Gherghina, S., and H.-K. Tseng. 2016. Voting Home or Abroad? Comparing Migrants’ Electoral Participation in Countries of Origin and of Residence. Nationalities Papers 44, no. 3: 456–472.
  • Kuntz, A., E. Davidov, S.H. Schwartz, and P. Schmidt. 2015. Human Values, Legal Regulation, and Approval of Homosexuality in Europe: A Cross-Country Comparison. European Journal of Social Psychology 45, no. 1 (February 1): 120–134.
  • Rughini, C., and B. Huma. 2015. Who Theorizes Age? The “socio-Demographic Variables” device and Age-Period-Cohort Analysis in the Rhetoric of Survey Research. Journal of Aging Studies 35 (December): 144–159.
  • Zamfir, A.M., M.M. Maer-Matei, C. Mocanu, and E.O. Lungu. 2015. Migration Skill Proficiency and Employment Status: Evidence from PIAAC. HOLISTICA Journal of  Business and  Public Administration 6, no. 2: 73–80.
  • Zamfir, A.M., and M.M. Matei. 2015. The Correspondence between Skills Use and Earnings – a Gendered Approach. ICERI2015 Proceedings: 1584–1591.


  • Davidov, E., B. Meuleman, J. Cieciuch, P. Schmidt, and J. Billiet. 2014. Measurement Equivalence in Cross-National Research. Annual Review of Sociology 40, no. 1: 55–75.
  • Fritz, M., and M. Koch. 2014. Potentials for a socially equitable and ecologically sustainable society. Ökologisches Wirtschaften - Fachzeitschrift 29, no. 3 (September 1): 38–41.
  • Fritz, M., and M. Koch. 2014. Potentials for Prosperity without Growth: Ecological Sustainability, Social Inclusion and the Quality of Life in 38 Countries. Ecological Economics 108 (December): 191–199.
  • Häuberer, J. 2014. Social Capital in Voluntary Associations. European Societies 16, no. 4 (August 8): 570–593.
  • Himmelroos, S., and H.S. Christensen. 2014. Deliberation and Opinion Change: Evidence from a Deliberative Mini-Public in Finland. Scandinavian Political Studies 37, no. 1: 41–60.
  • Koch, M., and M. Fritz. 2014. Building the Eco-Social State: Do Welfare Regimes Matter? Journal of Social Policy 43, no. 4 (October): 679–703.
  • Rughinis, C., and R. Rughinis. 2014. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained. Profiles of Online Activity, Cyber-Crime Exposure, and Security Measures of End-Users in European Union. Computers & Security 43 (June): 111–125.
  • Rusu, H., and A. Gheorghi?a. 2014. Transnational Solidarity and Public Support for the EU Enlargement. Sociológia (Sociology) 46, no. 3.
  • Sabatini, F., and F. Sarracino. 2014. Will Facebook Save or Destroy Social Capital? An Empirical Investigation into the Effect of Online Interactions on Trust and Networks. GESIS-Working Papers 2014/30. Mannheim.
  • Voicu B., and M. Vasile. 2014. Do “Cultures of Life Satisfaction” Travel? A Cross-European Study of Immigrants, Current Sociology 62(1): 81-99.



  • Chiru, M., and S. Gherghina. 2012. Does the Confidence in the EU Spill Over to the National Level? A Longitudinal Analysis of Political Trust in Central Europe. Perspectives on European Politics and Society 13, no. 2 (June 1): 226–245.
  • Rughinis, C. 2012. Masurarea Sociologica: Teorii ?i Practici Ale Cuantificarii. Bucuresti: Polirom.
  • Vlas, N., and S. Gherghina. 2012. Where Does Religion Meet Democracy? A Comparative Analysis of Attitudes in Europe. International Political Science Review 33, no. 3 (June 1): 336–351.


  • Ancic, B. 2011. What Do We Want from Religion? Religiosity and Social Expectations in Central and Eastern Europe. Religion and Society: 151–168.
  • Ancic, B. 2011. What Do We Want from Religion?: Religiosity and Social Expectations in Central and Eastern Europe. In Spaces and Borders: Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. A. Máté-Tóth and C. Rughinis, 151–168. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Cebotari, V. 2011. Confronting Religion with National Pride Values: Comparative Evidence from Eastern and Western Europe. In Spaces and Borders: Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. A. Máté-Tóth and C. Rughinis, 169–189. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Garzia, D. 2011. Changing Parties, Changing Partisans?: The Personalization of Partisan Attachments in Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands. GESIS-Working Papers 2011/12. Bonn.
  • Havasi, V. 2013. Financial Situation and Its Consequences on the Quality of Life in the EU Countries. Social Indicators Research 113, no. 1 (August 1): 17–35.
  • Havasi, V. 2013. Connections between Financial Status and Attitudes towards Poverty in the EU Countries. Szellem És Tudomány 2011, no. 2–3: 131–157.
  • Máté-Tóth, A., and C. Rughinis, eds. 2011. Spaces and Borders: Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe. Religion and Society 51. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Radu, B.M. 2011. Religious Determinants of Democratic Values. In Spaces and Borders, Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, ed. A. Máté-Tóth and C. Rughinis, 221–234. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.
  • Rughinis, C. 2011. A Lucky Answer to a Fair Question: Conceptual, Methodological, and Moral Implications of Including Items on Human Evolution in Scientific Literacy Surveys. Science Communication 33, no. 4: 501–532.
  • Rughinis, C. 2011. Political Secularity of Religious People in European Countries. In Spaces and Borders Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, 235–249. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.
  • Rughinis, C. 2011. Quantitative Tales of Ethnic Differentiation: Measuring and Using Roma/Gypsy Ethnicity in Statistical Analyses. Ethnic and Racial Studies 34, no. 4: 594–619.


  • Cebotari, V. 2010. Feelings of National Pride in Europe: Comparative Evidence Between Ethnic Minority and and Majority Groups. In Conflicting Demands in Ethnically Diverse Societies: Ethnopolitical Contention and Identity Values in Europe, 139–174. Dissertation. Maastricht, the Netherlands: Boekenplan.
  • Gherghina, S. 2010. Supporting the EU With(Out) Political Knowledge: Empirical Evidence from a New Joiner. Romanian Journal of European Affairs 10, no. 4 (December 17).
  • Lup, O. 2010. The Role of Political Discussion in Developing Democracies: Evidence from Hungary. Political Discussion in Modern Democracies: A Comparative Perspective.
  • Odella, F. 2010. Exploring the Realm of Privacy: The Institutional Process of the European Personal Data Privacy Directive. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge & Society 6, no. 6 (November): 203–218.
  • Rughinis, C., R. Toader, and others. 2010. Education and Scientific Knowledge in European Societies. Exploring Measurement Issues in General Population Surveys. Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai-Sociologiano. 1: 175–202.
  • Voicu, M., B. Voicu, and A. Constantin. 2010. Valori Sociale Ale Tranzitiei Post-Comuniste. Lumen.


  • Vlas, N., and S. Gherghina. 2009. Convergence or Replacement? Attitudes towards Political and Religious Institutions in Contemporary Romania. Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 8, no. 24: 70.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2009. Public Perceptions of Terrorist Threat and Muslim Communities in Europe. In Proceedings of HEMUS International Conference 2008, 515–522. Plovdiv, Bulgaria: “St. George Pobedonosets” Publishing House.



  • Voicu, B., and M. Voicu. 2007. Social Capital and Attitudes towards Welfare State across Europe. In . Glasgow.
  • Voicu, B., and M. Voicu. 2007. Valori Ale Românilor: 1993-2006: O Perspectiva Sociologica. Editura Institutul European, Iasi.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2007. Public Perceptions of Terrorist Threat in Europe. In . Brussels.


  • Blasius, J., and J.C. Gower. 2005. Multivariate Prediction with Nonlinear Principal Components Analysis: Application. Quality and Quantity 39, no. 4 (August): 373–390.
  • Thomassen, J. 2005. The European Voter: A Comparative Study of Modern Democracies. Comparative Politics. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.


  • Bartkowski, J., and A. Jasinska-Kania. 2004. Voluntary Organizations and the Development of Civil Society. European Values at the Turn of the Millennium: 109–38.
  • Gower, J.C., and G.B. Dijksterhuis. 2004. Procrustes Problems. 30. Oxford University Press on Demand.
  • Grönlund, K. 2004. Cyber Citizens: Mapping Internet Access and Digital Divides in Western Europe. Electronic Voting and Democracy: A Comparative Analysis: 20–38.
  • Lubbers, M. 2004. The Social Fabric of the Classroom: Peer Relations in Secondary Education. GION.


  • Carey, S., and M. Lebo. 2003. Election Cyclesand the Retrospective Voter. In . Marburg.
  • Castillo, A.M.J. 2003. El Cambio de Actitudes Hacia El Estado En Europa Y Estados Unidos. Un Extudio Comparative. Universidad de Granada.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2003. Public Opinion and Security. In Prospects of Sociology in Bulgaria, ed. N. Genov, 106–122. Regional and Global Development. Sofia.


  • Billiet, J., B. Cambré, and J. Welkenhuysen-Gybels. 2002. Equivalence of Measurement Instruments for Attitude Variables in Comparative Surveys, Taking Method Effects into Account: The Case of Ethnocentrism. Developments in Social Science Methodology 18: 53–72.
  • Broughton, D. 2002. Chapter 6: Participation and Voting. In Developments in European Politics II, ed. P.M. Heywood, E. Jones, and M. Rhodes. Palgrave. https//
  • Curci, A. 2002. I Was There. Studies on Flashbulb. Italy: University of Bari.
  • De Miguel Pascual, R.D. 2002. La Difusión de Internet Y El Cambio Social Dirigido. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
  • Jasinska-Kania, A., and J. Bartkowski. 2002. Organizacje Dobrowolne a Rozwój Spoleczenstwa Obywatelskiego (Voluntary Organizations and Development of Civil Society). In Polacy Wsród Europejczyków (Poles Among the Europeans), ed. A. Jasinska-Kania and M. Marody. Warszawa: Wyd. Naukowe “Scholar.”
  • Recio Menendez, M., and M.V. Roman Gonzales. 2002. The European Consumer’s Perception of Biotechnology: Implications for Marketing. In Full Papers, Proceedings of the 2002 AMS Multicultural Marketing Conference. Vol. 4b. Valencia, Spain: Academy of marketing science.
  • Rivera, P., and A. Satorra. 2002. Analysing Group Differences: A Comparison of SEM Approaches. Latent Variable and Latent Structure Models: 85–104.
  • Stefanescu, P., and S. Stefanescu. 2002. Comparing GINI Index with Three Other Concentration Measures. Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research. Journal Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Research 36, no. 1–4: 173–184.
  • Stefanescu, P., and S. Stefanescu. 2002. Indicatori Pentru Masurarea Fenomenului de Concentrare. In Studii Şi Cercetã de Calcul Economic Şi Ciberneticã Economicã. Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research. Journal Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Research 36, no. 4: 91–102.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2002. Assessment of the Prospects for Establishment of Social Science Data Archive in Bulgaria. In Social Science Data Archives in Eastern Europe: Results, Potentials and Prospects for Archival Development, ed. B. Hausstein and Paul de Guchteneire. Berlin, Cologne, Paris: Verger Verlag.
  • Yanakiev, Y. 2002. Lecture Series: European Public Opinion and the Development of the Common European Security and Defence Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Public Attitudes in Western and Eastern Europe (1990 - 2000) presented at the UNESCO/ISSC International Summer School, Organized by Regional and Global Development Research Centre (REGLO), Sofia.


  • Bara, J. 2001. Tracking Estimates of Public Opinion and Party Policy in Britain and the USA. In Estimating the Policy Positions of Political Actors, ed. M. Laver, 217–236. Routledge.
  • Berglund, S., and Aarebrot. 2001. Challenges to Democracy: Eastern Europe Ten Years After the Collapse of Communism. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Budge, I. 2001. Mapping Policy Preferences: Estimates for Parties, Electors, and Governments, 1945-1998. Oxford University Press.
  • Budge, I. 2001. Validating Party Policy Placements. British Journal of Political Science 31, no. 1 (January): 179–223.
  • Coenders, M.T.A. 2001. Nationalistic Attitudes and Ethnic Exclusionism in a Comparative Perspective. An Empirical Study of Attitudes Toward the Country and Ethnic Immigrants in 22 Countries. Katolieke Universiteit Nijmegen.
  • Ekman, J. 2001. National Identity in Divided and Unified Germany : Continuity and Change. Örebro Studies in Political Science 3.
  • Evans, J. 2001. Les Bases Sociales et Psychologiques Du Passage Gauche-Extrême Droite: Exception Française Ou Mutation Européenne? In Les Croisés de La Société Fermée: l’Europe Des Extrêmes Droites, ed. P. Perrineau and S. Berglund, 73–101. Editions de l’Aube.
  • Halman, L.C.J.M. 2001. The European Values Study: A Third Wave. Sourcebook of the 1999/2000 European Values Study Surveys. EVS, WORC, Tilburg University.
  • Meulders, M., P. De Boeck, I. Van Mechelen, A. Gelman, and E. Maris. 2001. Bayesian Inference with Probability Matrix Decomposition Models. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 26, no. 2: 153–179.
  • Skiftesvik, E. 2001. Consolidating Democracies? A Comparative Analysis of Attitudes towards Democracy in Poland and Romania 1991-1997. Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen.
  • Tentschert, U., C. Thiele, and M. Till. 2001. Verkehrsmobilitaet Und Zeitbudget. Ein Vergleich Der Oesterreichischen Zeitbudgeterhebung 1992 Und Der Oesterreichischen KONTIV Studie 1995, Bundesverkehrswegeplan, Arbeitspaket A3-H/Z. FORSCHUNGSARBEITEN AUS DEM VERKEHRSWESENno. 118. van Wijnen, P. 2001. Policy Voting in Advanced Industrial Democracies. The Case of the Netherlands 1971-1998. the Netherlands: University of Twente.


  • Aarebrot, F., and T. Knutsen, eds. 2000. Politics and Citizenship on the Eastern Baltic Seaboard: The Structuring of Democratic Politics from North-West Russia to Poland. Kristiansand: Høyskoleforlaget.
  • Beenstock, M., and M. Peleg. 2000. Regional Economic Effects of Immigration: Israel in the 1990’s. In . Shenzhen, China.
  • Broughton, D. 2000. The First Six Länder Elections of 1999: Initial Electoral Consequences and Political Fallout of the Neue Mitte in Action. German Politics 9, no. 2. World.
  • Budge, I. 2000. Expert Judgements of Party Policy Positions: Uses and Limitations in Political Research. European Journal of Political Research 37, no. 1: 103–113.
  • Evans, J.A. 2000. Contrasting Attitudinal Bases to Euroscepticism amongst the French Electorate. Electoral Studies 19, no. 4: 539–561.
  • Hayes, B.C. 2000. Religious Independents within Western Industrialized Nations: A Socio-Demographic Profile. Sociology of Religion 61, no. 2: 191–207.
  • Longford, N.T. 2000. Multiple Imputation in an International Database of Social Science Surveys. ZA-Information/Zentralarchiv Für Empirische Sozialforschungno. 46: 72–95.


  • van der Ark, L.A. 1999. Contributions to Latent Budget Analysis; A Tool for the Analysis of Compositional Data. DSWO Press.
  • Coenders, M., and P. Scheepers. 1999. Een internationale vergelijking van de dimensies, samenhang en mate van nationalisme en etnisch exclusionisme (An international comparison of the dimensions, interrelations, and degree of nationalism and ethnic exclusionism). In Beeldvorming en interculturele communicatie. Sociaalwetenschappelijke en sociolinguïstische studies, ed. W. Shadid and P. Van Koningsveld, 15–40. Tilburg, The Netherlands: Tilburg University Press.
  • Evans, J.A. 1999. Re-Linking Political Values and Euroscepticism: A Multivariate Comparison of France and Norway. In ESRI Working Paper. University of Salford.
  • Joakim, E. 1999. German History and Nation-Building in the GDR (1971–1990). Örebro: Samhällsvetenskapliga Institutionen.
  • Vermehren, C. 1999. Bourdieu and Media Studies. In Pierre Bourdieu: Language, Culture and Education. Theory into Practice, ed. M. Grenfeldt and M. Kelly, 187–197. New York: Peter Lang.
  • Wijnen, P. van. 1999. The Role of Policy Preferences in the Dutch National Election of 1998. Acta Politica: AP 34, no. 2/3: 200–235.


  • Billiet, J.B., and M.J. McClendon. 1998. On the Identification of Acquiescence in Balanced Sets of Items Using Structural Models. Advances in Methodology, Data Analysis, and Statistics. Metodološki Zvezki 14: 129–150.
  • Blasius, J., and W.H. Van Schnuur. 1998. A Comparison of Correspondence Analysis and Nonmetric Item Response Models. In . Leuven, Belgium.
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