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Neither left behind nor superstar: ordinary winners of digitalization at the ballot box
A Gallego, T Kurer, N Schöll
The Journal of Politics 84 (1), 418-436, 2022
342022
Not so disruptive after all: How workplace digitalization affects political preferences
A Gallego, T Kurer, N Schöll
Barcelona GSE Working Paper Series Working Paper, 2018
222018
How technological change affects regional voting patterns
N Schöll, T Kurer
Political Science Research and Methods 12 (1), 94-112, 2024
62024
How Politicians Learn from Citizens’ Feedback: The Case of Gender on Twitter
N Schöll, A Gallego, G Le Mens
American Journal of Political Science, 2023
62023
How technological change affects regional electorates
N Schöll, T Kurer
GSE, Graduate School of Economics, 2021
42021
Social media feedback and extreme opinion expression
E Konovalova, G Le Mens, N Schöll
Plos one 18 (11), e0293805, 2023
12023
Politician-citizen interactions and dynamic representation: Evidence from Twitter
A Gallego, N Schöll, G Le Mens
Department of Economics and Business, Universitat Pompeu Fabra Economics …, 2021
12021
Workers exposed to digitalization become more supportive of the Conservatives and of the incumbent government
N Schöll
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2022
2022
How new technologies change politics
NB Schöll
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2022
2022
Neither left behind nor superstar: ordinary winners of digitalization at the ballot box
A Gallego Dobón, T Kurer, N Schöll
The Journal of Politics. 2022 Jan; 84 (1): 418-36. DOI: 10.1086/714920, 2022
2022
Politician-Citizen Interactions and Dynamic Representation: Evidence from Twitter
N Schöll, A Gallego, G Le Mens
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Department of Economics and Business, 2021
2021
Not so Disruptive after All: How Workplace Digitalization Affects Political Preferences
T Kurer, A Gallego, N Schoell
31st Annual Meeting, 2019
2019
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