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Daniel Stockemer
Daniel Stockemer
Professor, Comparative Politics, University of Ottawa
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Quantitative methods for the social sciences
D Stockemer, G Stockemer, J Glaeser
Springer International Publishing 50, 185, 2019
5722019
Bribes and ballots: The impact of corruption on voter turnout in democracies
D Stockemer, B LaMontagne, L Scruggs
International political science review 34 (1), 74-90, 2013
2552013
Age and political participation in Germany, France and the UK: A comparative analysis
DF Melo, D Stockemer
Comparative european politics 12, 33-53, 2014
2232014
What affects voter turnout? A review article/meta-analysis of aggregate research
D Stockemer
Government and Opposition 52 (4), 698-722, 2017
1882017
Women's parliamentary representation in Africa: the impact of democracy and corruption on the number of female deputies in national parliaments
D Stockemer
Political Studies 59 (3), 693-712, 2011
1562011
The Front National in France: Continuity and Change Under Jean-Marie Le Pen and Marine Le Pen
D Stockemer
Springer, 2017
1342017
The ‘new’discourse of the Front National under Marine Le Pen: A slight change with a big impact
D Stockemer, M Barisione
European Journal of Communication 32 (2), 100-115, 2017
1172017
Individual predictors of the radical right-wing vote in Europe: a meta-analysis of articles in peer-reviewed journals (1995–2016)
D Stockemer, T Lentz, D Mayer
Government and Opposition 53 (3), 569-593, 2018
1072018
The “refugee crisis,” immigration attitudes, and euroscepticism
D Stockemer, A Niemann, D Unger, J Speyer
International Migration Review 54 (3), 883-912, 2020
1012020
Structural data on immigration or immigration perceptions? What accounts for the electoral success of the radical right in Europe?
D Stockemer
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54 (4), 999-1016, 2016
1012016
What drives unconventional political participation? A two level study
D Stockemer
The Social Science Journal 51 (2), 201-211, 2014
962014
Income inequality, development and electoral turnout–New evidence on a burgeoning debate
D Stockemer, L Scruggs
Electoral studies 31 (4), 764-773, 2012
962012
Age representation in parliaments: Can institutions pave the way for the young?
D Stockemer, A Sundström
European Political Science Review 10 (3), 467-490, 2018
952018
Regime legitimation, elite cohesion and the durability of autocratic regime types
S Kailitz, D Stockemer
International Political Science Review 38 (3), 332-348, 2017
952017
The lingering effect of scandals in congressional elections: Incumbents, challengers, and voters
R Praino, D Stockemer, VG Moscardelli
Social Science Quarterly 94 (4), 1045-1061, 2013
892013
Regional variation in voter turnout in Europe: The impact of corruption perceptions
A Sundström, D Stockemer
Electoral Studies 40, 158-169, 2015
842015
Citizens’ support for the European Union and participation in European Parliament elections
D Stockemer
European Union Politics 13 (1), 26-46, 2012
792012
What determines women’s political representation at the local level? A fine-grained analysis of the European regions
A Sundström, D Stockemer
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 56 (3-4), 254-274, 2015
782015
Looking good or looking competent? Physical appearance and electoral success in the 2008 congressional elections
R Praino, D Stockemer, J Ratis
American Politics Research 42 (6), 1096-1117, 2014
702014
Populism around the world
D Stockemer, Stockemer, Glaeser
Springer International Publishing, 2019
682019
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