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The diminishing value of representing the disadvantaged: between group representation and individual career paths Bailer, Stefanie; Breunig, Christian; Giger, Nathalie; Wüst, Andreas M. 2021
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Democracy or Oligarchy? Unequal Representation of Income Groups in European Institutions Lefkofridi, Zoe; Giger, Nathalie 2020
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Introducing the inequality and politics survey: preliminary findings Pontusson, Harry Jonas; Giger, Nathalie; Rosset, Jan; Lascombes, Davy-Kim 2020
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The european social model under pressure Careja, Romana; Emmenegger, Patrick; Giger, Nathalie 2019
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Social investment by popular demand? The electoral politics of employment-centered family policy Nelson, Moira; Giger, Nathalie 2019
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Growing income inequality, growing legitimacy: a longitudinal approach to perceptions of inequality Giger, Nathalie; Lascombes, Davy-Kim 2019
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What rich and poor consider important and how this matters for representation Traber, Denise; Giger, Nathalie; Hänni, Miriam; Breunig, Christian 2019
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Introduction to the special issue “The 2015 swiss national elections” Giger, Nathalie; Rennwald, Line; Tresch, Anke 2018
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Do leadership-dominated parties change more? Schumacher, Gijs; Giger, Nathalie 2018
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How economic crises affect political representation: declining party‒voter congruence in times of constrained government Traber, Denise; Giger, Nathalie; Häusermann, Silja 2018
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Strategic ambiguity of party positions in multi-party competition Bräuninger, Thomas; Giger, Nathalie 2018
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Who leads the party? On membership size, selectorates and party oligarchy Schumacher, Gijs; Giger, Nathalie 2017
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I the people? self-interest and demand for government responsiveness Rosset, Jan; Giger, Nathalie; Bernauer, J. 2017
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Alignment of objectives between parties and their electors: the role of personal salience in political represenation Giger, Nathalie; Lefkofridi, Zoe 2016
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Die Salienz von Sachthemen im internationalen Vergleich: Zurück zu "It's the economy, stupid" während der Krise? Giger, Nathalie; Traber, Denise 2016
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Voting against your constituents? How lobbying affects representation Giger, Nathalie; Klüver, Heike 2016
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Mind the gap: Do proportional electoral systems foster a more equal representation of women and men, poor and rich? Bernauer, J.; Giger, Nathalie; Rosset, Jan 2015
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Politische Psychologie Giger, Nathalie; Huber, Sascha 2015
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The gender gap in same-gender voting: The role of context Giger, Nathalie; Holli, Anne Maria; Lefkofridi, Zoe; Wass, Hanna 2014
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Salience-Based Congruence Between Parties & their Voters: The Swiss Case Giger, Nathalie; Lefkofridi, Zoe 2014
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