Barbara Vis
Barbara Vis
Professor of Politics and Governance
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The Comparative Advantages of fsQCA and Regression Analysis for Moderately Large-N Analyses
B Vis
Sociological Methods & Research 41 (1), 168-198, 2012
Why do parties change position? Party organization and environmental incentives
G Schumacher, CE De Vries, B Vis
The Journal of politics 75 (2), 464-477, 2013
Why and how do political actors pursue risky reforms?
B Vis, K Van Kersbergen
Journal of Theoretical Politics 19 (2), 153-172, 2007
Comparative welfare state politics
K Van Kersbergen, B Vis
Cambridge University Press, 2014
To what extent did the financial crisis intensify the pressure to reform the welfare state?
B Vis, K van Kersbergen, T Hylands
Social Policy & Administration 45 (4), 338-353, 2011
The G reat R ecession and Welfare State Reform: Is Retrenchment Really the Only Game Left in Town?
K Van Kersbergen, B Vis, A Hemerijck
Social Policy & Administration 48 (7), 883-904, 2014
States of welfare or states of workfare? Welfare state restructuring in 16 capitalist democracies, 1985–2002
B Vis
Policy & Politics 35 (1), 105-122, 2007
Politics of risk-taking: welfare state reform in advanced democracies
B Vis
Amsterdam Univ Pr, 2010
Governments and unpopular social policy reform: Biting the bullet or steering clear?
B Vis
European Journal of Political Research 48 (1), 31-57, 2009
Political parties’ welfare image, electoral punishment and welfare state retrenchment
G Schumacher, B Vis, K Van Kersbergen
Comparative European Politics 11, 1-21, 2013
Prospect theory and political decision making
B Vis
Political Studies Review 9 (3), 334-343, 2011
Taking stock of the comparative literature on the role of blame avoidance strategies in social policy reform
B Vis
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 18 (2), 122-137, 2016
Analyzing Relationships of Necessity Not Just in Kind But Also in Degree Complementing fsQCA With NCA
B Vis, J Dul
Sociological methods & research 47 (4), 872-899, 2018
Addressing the challenges related to transforming qualitative into quantitative data in qualitative comparative analysis
D De Block, B Vis
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 13 (4), 503-535, 2019
Do politicians take risks like the rest of us? An experimental test of prospect theory under MPs
J Linde, B Vis
Political Psychology 38 (1), 101-117, 2017
How aspiration to office conditions the impact of government participation on party platform change
G Schumacher, M Van de Wardt, B Vis, MB Klitgaard
American Journal of Political Science 59 (4), 1040-1054, 2015
Metaphorical framing in political discourse through words vs. concepts: A meta-analysis
BC Brugman, C Burgers, B Vis
Language and Cognition 11 (1), 41-65, 2019
The importance of socio-economic and political losses and gains in welfare state reform
B Vis
Journal of European Social Policy 19 (5), 395-407, 2009
Heuristics and political elites’ judgment and decision-making
B Vis
Political Studies Review 17 (1), 41-52, 2019
Three worlds’ typology: Moving beyond normal science?
K Van Kersbergen, B Vis
Journal of European Social Policy 25 (1), 111-123, 2015
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