Carolina Plescia
Carolina Plescia
Assistant Professor (post-doc)
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‘Rally round the flag’: the COVID-19 crisis and trust in the national government
S Kritzinger, M Foucault, R Lachat, J Partheymüller, C Plescia, S Brouard
West European Politics 44 (5-6), 1205-1231, 2021
The Austrian Corona Panel Project: monitoring individual and societal dynamics amidst the COVID-19 crisis
B Kittel, S Kritzinger, H Boomgaarden, B Prainsack, JM Eberl, F Kalleitner, ...
European Political Science 20 (2), 318-344, 2021
The 2017 Austrian snap election: a shift rightward
A Bodlos, C Plescia
West European Politics 41 (6), 1354-1363, 2018
Retrospective voting and party support at elections: credit and blame for government and opposition
C Plescia, S Kritzinger
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2017
Austrian corona panel project (SUF Edition)
B Kittel, S Kritzinger, H Boomgaarden, B Prainsack, JM Eberl, F Kalleitner, ...
AUSSDA, 2020
An evaluation of the performance and suitability of R× C methods for ecological inference with known true values
C Plescia, L De Sio
Quality & Quantity, 1-15, 2017
Split-Ticket Voting in Mixed-Member Electoral Systems
C Plescia
ECPR Press, 2016
In the eye of the beholder: voters’ perceptions of party policy shifts
C Plescia, M Staniek
West European Politics 40 (6), 1288-1309, 2017
National identity profiles and support for the European Union
J Aichholzer, S Kritzinger, C Plescia
European Union Politics 22 (2), 293-315, 2021
A tale of firsts: the 2019 Austrian snap election
JM Eberl, LM Huber, C Plescia
West European Politics 43 (6), 1350-1363, 2020
On the subjectivity of the experience of victory: Who are the election winners?
C Plescia
Political Psychology 40 (4), 797-814, 2019
Filling the void? Political responsiveness of populist parties
C Plescia, S Kritzinger, L De Sio
Representation 55 (4), 513-533, 2019
On the nature of voters’ coalition preferences
C Plescia, J Aichholzer
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2017
‘Not my government!’The role of norms and populist attitudes on voter preferences for government formation after the election
C Plescia, JM Eberl
Party Politics 27 (1), 103-113, 2021
Parties’ issue strategies on the drawing board: the 2017 Austrian case
C Plescia, S Kritzinger, P Oberluggauer
West European Politics 43 (3), 639-664, 2020
The first Conte government:‘government of change’or business as usual?
D Giannetti, L Pinto, C Plescia
Contemporary Italian Politics 12 (2), 182-199, 2020
RECONNECT 2019 European Parliament Election Panel Survey
C Plescia, J Wilhelm, S Kritzinger, T Schüberl, J Partheymüller
DOI, 2019
Estimating sensitive behavior: The ICT and high-incidence electoral behavior
K Thomas, D Johann, S Kritzinger, C Plescia, E Zeglovits
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 29 (1), 157-171, 2017
Do people want a ‘fairer’electoral system? An experimental study in four countries
C Plescia, A Blais, J Högström
European Journal of Political Research 59 (4), 733-751, 2020
Split-ticket voting in an STV system: choice in a non-strategic context
M Marsh, C Plescia
Irish Political Studies 31 (2), 163-181, 2016
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