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  • Tània Verge, Nina Wiesehomeier, and Ana Espírito-Santo (2019 [online]). Framing symbolic representation: exploring how women’s political presence shapes citizens’ political attitudes. European Journal of Politics and Gender

  • 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[online]). 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[online]). 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.