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  • Christian Arnold, David Doyle, and Nina Wiesehomeier (2019). Coalition Cabinets, Presidential Ideological Adjustment and Legislative Success. In Lídia de Oliveira Xavier, Carlos F. Domínguez Avila and Vicente Fonseca (eds.) A Qualidade da Democracia no Brasil: Questões Teóricas e Metodológicas da Pesquisa, Voume 3. Editora CRV, pp.133-154

  • Guillermo Boscán, Iván Llamazares, and Nina Wiesehomeier (2018). Populism, Ideology and Voting in Europe. An Analysis of the Attitudinal and Partisan Maps of Italian, Spanish and French Public OpinionsRevista Internacional de Sociología, Vol. 76 (4), pp.

  • Tània Verge and Nina Wiesehomeier (2018). Parties, Candidates and Gendered Political Recruitment in Closed-List Proportional Representation Systems: The Case of SpainPolitical Research Quarterly

  • Nina Wiesehomeier (2018). Expert Surveys. In Kirk Hawkins, Ryan Carlin, Levente Littvay, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser (eds.), The Ideational Approach to Populism: Concept, Theory, and Analysis. Routledge, pp. 90-111

  • Ethan Busby, David Doyle, Kirk Hawkins, and Nina Wiesehomeier (2018). Activating Populist Attitudes: The Role of Corruption. In Kirk Hawkins, Ryan Carlin, Levente Littvay, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser (eds.), The Ideational Approach to Populism: Concept, Theory, and Analysis. Routledge, pp. 374-395

  • Christian Arnold, David Doyle, and Nina Wiesehomeier (2017). Presidents, Policy Compromise and Legislative Success. Journal of Politics, Vol. 79 (2), pp. 380-395 

  • Nina Wiesehomeier and David Doyle (2014). Profiling the Electorate: Ideology and Attitudes of Right-wing Voters. In: Juan Pablo Luna and Cristóbal Rovira-Kaltwasser (eds.), The Resilience of the Latin America Right. John Hopkins University Press, pp. 48-74

  • Nina Wiesehomeier and David Doyle (2013). Discontent and the Left Turn in Latin America. Political Science Research and Methods, Vol.1 (2), pp. 201-221

  • Mónica Brito Vieira and Nina Wiesehomeier (2013). Representação política em Portugal: A Perspectiva dos Cidadãos. (“Political Representation in Portugal: The Citizens’ Perspective”). In: António Costa Pinto, Pedro Magalhães and Luis de Sousa (eds.), A Qualidade da Democracia em Portugal. Perspetivas Comparadas, Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, pp. 79-120

  • Nina Wiesehomeier and David Doyle (2012). Attitudes, Ideological Associations and the Left-Right Divide in Latin America. Journal of Politics in Latin America, Vol.3 (1), pp. 3-33

  • Gerald Schneider and Nina Wiesehomeier (2010). Diversity, Conflict and Growth: Theory and Evidence. Diversity, 2, pp. 1097-1117

  •  Nina Wiesehomeier (2010). The Meaning of Left-Right in Latin America: A Comparative View Kellogg Working Paper No. 370

  • Nina Wiesehomeier and Kenneth Benoit (2009). Presidents, Parties and Policy CompetitionJournal of Politics, Vol. 71 (4), pp.1435-1447   (Awarded with the Gulbenkian Prize 2010 for the best paper published in an international journal in the past two years by a young social scientist (in all fields except economics) from a Portuguese institution.)

  • Kenneth Benoit and Nina Wiesehomeier (2009). Expert Judgments. In: Methoden der vergleichenden Politik- und Sozialwissenschaft: Neuere Entwicklungen und Anwendungen (“Methods in Comparative Political and Social Sciences: New Developments and Applications”), Susanne Pickel et al. (eds.). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, pp. 497-516.

  • Nina Wiesehomeier, Gerald Schneider and Constanze S. Braun (2009). Die Vereinbarkeit des Unvereinbaren? Wirtschaft und Identität als gemeinsame Bürgerkriegsursachen. In: Politische Vierteljahresschrift Sonderhefte, Vol. 43, pp. 445-470 (“The Compatibility of the Incompatible? Economy and Identity as Joint Causes of Civil War Onset”, Journal of the German Political Science Association)

  • Gerald Schneider and Nina Wiesehomeier (2008). Rules that matter. Political Institutions and the Diversity-Confict Nexus. Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 45 (2), pp. 183-203. 

  • Margit Bussmann, Gerald Schneider and Nina Wiesehomeier (2005). Foreign Economic Liberalization and Peace: The Case of Sub-Saharan Africa. European Journal of International Relations, Vol.11 (4), pp. 551-579.