Ausgewählte Publikationen

Behringer, J., T. van Treeck (2018):
Income distribution and the current account. Journal of International Economics, 114: 238–254.
Blätte, A., A.M. Wüst (2017):
Migration-specific Effects on Parliamentary Action: hypothesis testing on the content of speeches held in Germany’s Bundestag between 1996 and 2013. Politische Vierteljahresschrift 58(2), 205–233.
Bosch, G., C. Weinkopf (2017):
Reducing wage inequality: The role of the state in improving job quality. Work and Occupations (Special Issue: Making Jobs Better: Interventions to Improve Job Quality) 44(1), 68–88.
Djelic, M.-L., S. Quack (2018):
Globalization and business regulation. Annual Review of Sociology 44, 123–143.
Kaeding, M., J. Schmälter, C. Klika (2017):
Pharmacovigilance in the European Union: practical implementation across member states. Wiesbaden: Springer.
Kern, C., P. Stein (2018):
Modelling Decision-Making Processes of Regional Mobility in a Dyadic Framework. European Sociological Review 34(4), 433–451.
Lambach, D., C. Karger, A. Goerres (2017):
Inverting the large lecture class: active learning in an introductory international relations course. European Political Science 16(4), 553–569.
Marx, P., C. Nguyen (2018):
Anti-elite parties and political inequality: How challenges to the political mainstream reduce income gaps in internal efficacy. European Journal of Political Research, 57(4), 919–940.
Niemann, H., H. Schillinger (2017):
Contestation ‘all the way down’? The grammar of contestation in norm research. Review of International Studies 43(1), 29–49.
Noesselt, N. (2017):
Governance Change and Patterns of Continuity: Assessing China’s “New Normal”. Journal of Chinese Political Science 22(3), 341–355.
Steinbach, A. (2018):
Children’s and Parents’ Well-Being in Joint Physical Custody. Family Process [preprint – doi: 10.1111/famp.12372]
Weiß, A. (2017):
Soziologie Globaler Ungleichheiten. Berlin: Suhrkamp.
Ulbert, C., P. Finkenbusch, E. Sondermann, T. Debiel (eds.) (2018):
Moral Agency and the Politics of Responsibility. London/New York: Routledge.