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Stephen Quinlan Ph.D., ist der Leiter des Projekts "Comparative Study of Electoral Systems" (CSES - www.cses.org ) und Forscher in der Abteilung für die Überwachung der Gesellschaft und des sozialen Wandels (SoSu-Team). Seine Forschungsinteressen konzentrieren sich auf das Wahlverhalten in einer vergleichenden Perspektive, insbesondere auf Wahlen, politische Parteien, Referenden, Meinungsumfragen und den Einfluss von sozialen Medien auf das Wahlverhalten. 

Für die CSES ist Steve im CSES-Planungsausschuss, dem Leitungsausschuss des Projekts, tätig und leitet das bei der GESIS angesiedelte Sekretariat des Projekts. Er ist für die Erstellung, Implementierung und Pflege des CSES-Datensatzes und der Dokumentation sowie für die Sicherstellung der Datenqualität des Projekts verantwortlich. Er beaufsichtigt die Mitarbeiter des Sekretariats, die Projektkommunikation und hilft bei der Entwicklung neuer strategischer Initiativen für das CSES. Steve ist auch ein Spezialist für makropolitische Daten, der sich auf sein umfassendes Fachwissen im Bereich der Wahlpolitik stützt und auch bei der Organisation internationaler wissenschaftlicher Konferenzen, Panels und Sitzungen an vorderster Front mitwirkt. Für die GESIS ist Steve der Co-Konvenor der GESIS Lecture Series in Mannheim, eine Position, die er seit Frühjahr 2017 innehat. 

Steve erhielt 2012 seinen Doktortitel in Politikwissenschaft vom University College Dublin. Vor seiner Berufung zur GESIS war er Postdoktorand an der University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Er war als Berater für Eurobarometer und den irischen Nationalsender RTE für dessen Wahlberichterstattung tätig. Er war im Herbst 2015 Gaststipendiat an der University of Iowa (Frühjahr 2020), der Australian National University Canberra (Frühjahr 2019), der Stanford University, Kalifornien, und im Herbst 2011 Gaststipendiat des Internationalen Rats für Kanadastudien am kanadischen Forschungslehrstuhl für Wahlstudien am Projekt der Université de Montréal.

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Veröffentlichungen

Publikation

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Zeitschriftenaufsatz

Quinlan, Stephen, and Martin Okolikj. 2020. "Patrimonial economic voting: a cross-national analysis of asset ownership and the vote." Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties online first. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17457289.2019.1655758.

Okolikj, Martin, and Stephen Quinlan. 2020. "The Compleat German Economic Voter: New Pathways in Patrimonial and Positional Economic Voting." German Politics online first. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09644008.2020.1750006.

Quinlan, Stephen, and Hannah Schwarz. 2020. "The transfers game: A comparative analysis of the mechanical effect of lower preference votes in STV systems." International Political Science Review online first. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0192512120907925.

Quinlan, Stephen, and Deirdre Tinney. 2019. "A populist wave or metamorphosis of a chameleon?: Populist attitudes and the vote in 2016 in the United States and Ireland." Economic and Social Review 50 (2): 281-324. https://www.esr.ie/article/view/1183/224.

Elkink, Johan A., Stephen Quinlan, and Richard Sinnott. 2019. "Economic voting in EU referendums: Sociotropic versus egocentric voting in the Lisbon treaty plebiscites in Ireland." Politics and Governance 7 (2): 334–350. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17645/pag.v7i2.1944.

Lewis-Beck, Michael, and Stephen Quinlan. 2019. "The hillary hypotheses: Testing candidate views of loss." Perspectives on Politics 17 (3): 646-665. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S153759271800347X.

Quinlan, Stephen, Tobias Gummer, Joss Roßmann, and Christof Wolf. 2018. "‘Show me the money and the party!’ – variation in Facebook and Twitter adoption by politicians." Information, Communication & Society 21 (8): 1031-1049. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2017.1301521.

Quinlan, Stephen, and Martin Okolikj. 2017. "The decline of a dominant political monolith: understanding Fianna Fáil’s vote 1987–2016." Irish Political Studies 32 (1): 164-90. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07907184.2016.1272585.

Okolikj, Martin, and Stephen Quinlan. 2016. "Context Matters: Economic Voting in the 2009 and 2014 European Parliament Elections." Politics and Governance 4 (1): 145-166. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.17645/pag.v4i1.458.

Quinlan, Stephen, and Martin Okolikj. 2016. "This Time It's Different...But Not Really! The 2014 European Parliament Elections in Ireland." Irish Political Studies 31 (2): 300-314. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07907184.2016.1151415.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2015. "Facilitating the Electorate: A Multilevel Analysis of Election Timing, Registration Procedures, and Turnout." Irish Political Studies 30 (4): 482-509. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07907184.2015.1099041.

Quinlan, Stephen, Mark Shephard, and Lindsay Paterson. 2015. "Online discussion and the 2014 Scottish independence referendum: flaming keyboards or forums for deliberation?." Electoral Studies 38 192-205. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2015.02.009.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2012. "The Lisbon experience in Ireland: 'No' in 2008 and 'Yes' in 2009 - how and why?." Irish Political Studies 27 (1) 139-153. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07907184.2012.636185.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2010. "The 2009 European parliament elections in the Republic of Ireland." Irish Political Studies 25 (2) 289-301. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07907181003703581.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2009. "The Lisbon treaty referendum in Ireland." Irish Political Studies 24 (1) 107-121. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07907180802674381.

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Beitrag im Sammelwerk

Quinlan, Stephen, and Eoin O'Malley. 2018. "Popularity and performance?: Leader effects in the 2016 election." In The Post Crisis Irish Voter, edited by Michael Marsh, David Farrell, and Theresa Reidy, 209-232. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781526122674/.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2016. "Identity formation and political generations: Age, cohort, and period effects in Irish elections." In The Act of Voting: Identities, Institutions and Locale, edited by Johan A. Elkink, and David Farrell, 255-275. London; New York: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/The-Act-of-Voting-Identities-Institutions-and-Locale/Elkink-Farrell/p/book/9781138842014.

Shephard, Mark, and Stephen Quinlan. 2016. "Social media and the Scottish independence referendum 2014: Events and the Generation of Enthusiasm for Yes." In The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics, edited by Axel Bruns, G. Enli, S. Sjogerbø, A.O. Larsson, and C. Christensen, 488-502. London; New York: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Companion-to-Social-Media-and-Politics/Bruns-Enli-Skogerbo-Larsson-Christensen/p/book/9781138860766.

Fortin-Rittberger, Jessica, David Howell, Stephen Quinlan, and Bojan Todosijevic. 2016. "Supplementing Cross-National Surveys with Contextual Data." In The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology, edited by Christof Wolf, Dominique Joye, Tom W. Smith, and Yang-chih Fu, 670-80. Los Angeles u.a.: Sage. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473957893.n42. http://methods.sagepub.com/book/the-sage-handbook-of-survey-methodology/i4509.xml.

Shephard, Mark, Stephen Quinlan, Stephen Tagg, and Lindsay Paterson. 2014. "Engaging the brain as well as the heart: political literacy and social media platforms." In Beyond the Youth Citizenship Commission: Young People and Politics, edited by Andy Mycock, and Jonathon Tonge, 37-41. http://www.psa.ac.uk/sites/default/files/PSA%20Beyond%20the%20YCC%20FINAL_0.pdf.

O Malley, Eoin, Stephen Quinlan, and Peter Mair. 2012. "Party Patronage in Ireland: Changing Parameters." In Party Patronage and Party Government in European Democracies, edited by Petr Kopecký, Peter Mair, and Maria Spirova, 206-228. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Sonstiger Artikel

Tinney, Deirdre, and Stephen Quinlan. 2017. Explaining the Trump Victory: Populist Sentiments and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. http://www.csesblog.org/2017/05/tinney_quinlan/.

Vortrag

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Konferenzbeitrag

Quinlan, Stephen, and Deirdre Tinney. 2017. "A Populist Wave or Metamorphosis of a Chameleon? Populist attitudes and the vote in 2016 in the United States and Ireland." Elections, Parties, and Public Opinion in a Volatile World: A Comparative Perspective. https://www.academia.edu/35188315/A_Populist_Wave_or_Metamorphosis_of_a_Chameleon_Populist_attitudes_and_the_vote_in_2016_in_the_United_States_and_Ireland.

Quinlan, Stephen, and Martin Okolikj. 2017. "Patrimonial Economic Voting: a Cross-National Analysis of Asset Ownership and its Impact on the Vote." EPSA 2017: 7th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association, 23.06.2017.

Roßmann, Joss, Tobias Gummer, and Stephen Quinlan. 2016. "The effects of using Facebook and Twitter on candidates’ electoral success: The case of the German Federal Election 2013." General Online Research Conference (GOR 2016), 02.03.2016.

Okolikj, Martin, and Stephen Quinlan. 2015. "Context Matters: Economic Voting in the 2009 and 2014 European Parliament Elections." European Election Study 2014 Conference, 06.11.2015.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2015. "Facilitating the Electorate: A Multilevel Analysis of Election Timing, Registration Procedures, and Turnout." ECPR General Conference 2015, 29.08.2015.

Quinlan, Stephen, Tobias Gummer, Joss Roßmann, and Christof Wolf. 2015. "Show me the money and the party: Social media adoption by candidates in the 2013 German elections." EPSA 2015: 5th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association, 25.06.2015.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2014. "Facilitating the electorate: electoral administration, turnout, and information." Election Institutions and Electoral Integrity: A PSAI Roundtable, 16.10.2014.

Shephard, Mark, Stephen Quinlan, Stephen Tagg, and Lindsay Paterson. 2014. "Fading to Grey: consideration and moderation of opinion in the Scottish independence referendum." 4th annual general meeting of the European Political Science Association.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2014. "Identity formation and political generations: age, period, and cohort effects in Irish elections." PSAI 2014: Annual Conference.

Quinlan, Stephen, Mark Shephard, Stephen Tagg, and Lindsay Paterson. 2014. "Party Politics and the Online Grapevine." APSA 2014: Annual American Political Science Association Conference.

Quinlan, Stephen, Mark Shephard, and Tony McGann. 2014. "The online enthusiasm race in the 2014 Scottish independence referendum." 4th annual general meeting of the European Political Science Association.

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Beitrag nicht auf Konferenz

Quinlan, Stephen. 2015. "The Comparative Study of Electoral Systems: Exciting possibilities for cross-national electoral research." The Mannheim Centre for European Social Research Colloquium.

Gutachten

Quinlan, Stephen. 2019. "Eurobarometer 90, National Standard Report: Irish public opinion and European integration." Anzahl: 1. https://ec.europa.eu/commfrontoffice/publicopinion/index.cfm/ResultDoc/download/DocumentKy/85322.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2018. "Eurobarometer 88, National Standard Report: Irish public opinion and European integration." Anzahl: 1. https://ec.europa.eu/commfrontoffice/publicopinion/index.cfm/ResultDoc/download/DocumentKy/82196.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2017. "Eurobarometer 86, National Standard Report: Irish public opinion and European integration." Anzahl: 1. http://ec.europa.eu/commfrontoffice/publicopinion/index.cfm/ResultDoc/download/DocumentKy/77137.

Quinlan, Stephen. 2016. "Eurobarometer 84, National Standard Report: Irish public opinion and European integration." http://ec.europa.eu/COMMFrontOffice/PublicOpinion/index.cfm/Survey/getSurveyDetail/instruments/STANDARD/surveyKy/2098.

Quinlan, Stephen, and Richard Sinnott. 2015. "Eurobarometer 82, National Standard Report: Irish public opinion and European integration." http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/archives/eb/eb82/eb82_ie_ie_nat.pdf.

Quinlan, Stephen, and Richard Sinnott. 2014. "Eurobarometer 80, National Standard Report: Irish public opinion and European integration." http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/archives/eb/eb80/eb80_ie_ie_nat.pdf.

Quinlan, Stephen, and Richard Sinnott. 2013. "Eurobarometer 78, National Standard Report: Irish public opinion and European integration." http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/archives/eb/eb78/eb78_ie_en_nat.pdf.

Sonstiges

Quinlan, Stephen. 2016. "Understanding Election 2016: Perspectives from Eurobarometer 84."

Quinlan, Stephen. 2014. "Interpreting the EP elections in Ireland in 2014."

Shephard, Mark, and Stephen Quinlan. 2014. "Is the ‘yes’ online tsunami finally paying dividends?."

Quinlan, Stephen, and Mark Shephard. 2014. "Racing Ahead Online, Catching Up Offline."

Quinlan, Stephen, and Mark Shephard. 2014. "Yes Side Maintains Advantage in The Online Campaign Battle."