Hug, Simon

 
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International Conventions and Non-State Actors: Selection, Signaling, and Reputation Effects 2018 204 2
The politics of special purpose trust funds 2018 21 2
Le vote en assemblée parlementaire 2017 98 4
Examples of quantitative data processing in international relations 2017 15 2
Lobbying across venues: an issue-tracing approach 2017 312 9
Conflict-induced IDPs and the spread of conflict 2016 199 10
Exemples de traitements des données quantitatives en RI 2016 163 5
Complying with human rights 2016 184 7
Consensus decisions and similarity measures in international organisations 2016 231 11
Dealing with human rights in international organizations 2016 3220 24
Party pressure in the European Parliament 2016 275 6
Dissenting (in part) with the dissent: A response to James Johnson 2015 341 11
Territorial Autonomy in the Shadow of Conflict: Too Little, Too Late? 2015 411 8
Parliamentary voting procedures in comparison 2015 240 6
Strategic behavior in parliament 2015 434 8
The Oxford Handbook of Legislative Studies 2015 186 2
How minorities fare under referendums. A cross-national study 2015 172 4
We Need an Open Discussion of QCA's Limitations: A Comment on Thiem 2014 250 5
Party Unity in the Swiss Parliament The Electoral Connection 2014 296 96
Further twenty years of pathologies? Is rational choice better than it used to be? 2014 295 4
Preferences or blocs? Voting in the United Nations Human Rights Council 2014 356 12
Use and misuse of MAR 2013 305 6
Qualitative Comparative Analysis: How inductive use and measurement error lead to problematic inference 2013 373 26
Parliamentary Voting 2013 182 10
Values of Staff in International Organizations 2013 289 13
Elections and Ethnic Civil War 2013 373 21
Ten years in the United Nations: Where does Switzerland stand? 2013 264 12
Federalism, the geographic location of groups, and conflict 2012 277 8
Limitations of QCA 2012 216 2
How electoral systems affect MPs positions 2012 319 232
Polygyny or Misogyny? Reexamining the “First Law of Intergroup Conflict” 2011 267 1
Policy Consequences of Direct Legislation in the States. Theory, Empirical Models and Evidence 2011 246 2
Referendums, Trust, and Tax Evasion 2011 276 16
Conclusion 2010 217 2
Selection effects in roll call votes 2010 231 6
The Swiss Upper House. "Chambre de Réflexion" or Conservative Renegades 2010 293 7
Strategic voting in a bicameral setting 2010 254 2
Minderheiten und direktdemokratische Institutionen 2010 248 1
Democratization and Civil War: Empirical Evidence 2010 233 37
Value Change in Switzerland 2010 235 0
The Effect of Misclassifications in Probit Models. Monte Carlo Simulations and Applications 2010 148 4
Introduction 2010 255 1
Parties and their success in parliament 2009 202 3
Some Thoughts about Referendums, Representative Democracy and Separation of Powers 2009 276 0
Financing Referendum Campaigns 2009 194 0
Legislative Voting Behavior, Seen and Unseen: Adjusting for selection effects in roll call vote analysis 2008 190 0
Democratization and War in Political Science 2008 165 0
Domestic structures and constitution-building in an international organization: Introduction 2007 194 2
Referendums in the EU’s constitution building process 2007 197 1
The strategic context of referendums on the EU constitution 2007 178 0
Left-Right Positions of Political Parties in Switzerland 2007 181 1
Referendums and Ratification of the EU Constitution 2007 136 0
Divided Government and the Ratification of the Amsterdam Treaty 2006 161 0
Endogeneity and Selection Bias in Comparative Research 2006 162 0
Federal Stability in Unequal Societies 2005 147 0
Using Mass Survey Data to Infer Political Positions 2005 183 0
Federalism in the European Union: The view from below (if there is such a thing) 2005 182 0
Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der direkten Demokratie in der EU 2005 166 0
Musings About the EU's Constitutional Future 2005 166 0
Changes in the Partisan Composition of the Swiss Government. 1891, 1919, 1929, 1943, 1959, 2003, …? 2005 175 0
The political effects of referendums: An analysis of institutional innovations in Eastern and Central Europe 2005 179 0
Occurrence and Policy Consequences of Referendums: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Evidence 2004 198 1
The State That Wasn't There: The Future of EU Institutions and Formal Models 2003 110 0
Endogenous Preferences And Delegation In The European Union 2003 118 0
Selection Bias in Comparative Research: The Case of Incomplete Data Sets 2003 223 0
Veto Players and Referendums Around the World 2002 124 1
In View of Ratification: Governmental Preferences and Domestic Constraints at the Amsterdam Intergovernmental Conference 2002 177 0
Referendums and Citizen Support for European Integration 2002 171 0
Interests and information in referendum voting: An analysis of Swiss voters 2002 221 1
Studying the Electoral Success of New Political Parties: A Methodological Note 2000 139 1
Ratifying Maastricht: Parliamentary Votes on International Treaties and Theoretical Solution Concepts 2000 160 0
Referendums on European Integration: Do Institutions Matter in the Voter's Decision? 2000 204 2
The Literature on Parties and Party Systems in Europe since 1945. A Quantitative Analysis 1998 171 0
Integration Through Referendums? 1997 197 1
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