Simon Weschle
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Attitudes towards redistributive spending in an era of demographic ageing: the rival pressures from age and income in 14 OECD countries
MR Busemeyer, A Goerres, S Weschle
Journal of European Social Policy 19 (3), 195-212, 2009
3362009
Learning from the past and stepping into the future: Toward a new generation of conflict prediction
MD Ward, NW Metternich, CL Dorff, M Gallop, FM Hollenbach, A Schultz, ...
International Studies Review 15 (4), 473-490, 2013
1072013
Antigovernment networks in civil conflicts: How network structures affect conflictual behavior
NW Metternich, C Dorff, M Gallop, S Weschle, MD Ward
American Journal of Political Science 57 (4), 892-911, 2013
942013
Two types of economic voting: How economic conditions jointly affect vote choice and turnout
S Weschle
Electoral Studies 34, 39-53, 2014
502014
Punishing personal and electoral corruption: Experimental evidence from India
S Weschle
Research & Politics 3 (2), 2053168016645136, 2016
282016
Geographical models of crises: Evidence from ICEWS
MD Ward, NW Metternich, C Carrington, C Dorff, M Gallop, ...
2nd International Conference on Cross-Cultural Decision Making: Focus, 21-25, 2012
24*2012
Lobbying and the collective action problem: comparative evidence from enterprise surveys
B Barber, J Pierskalla, S Weschle
Business and Politics 16 (2), 221-246, 2014
172014
Assessing the impact of non-random measurement error on inference: a sensitivity analysis approach
M Gallop, S Weschle
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (2), 367-384, 2019
132019
Elite interactions and voters’ perceptions of parties’ policy positions
J Adams, S Weschle, C Wlezien
American Journal of Political Science 65 (1), 101-114, 2021
8*2021
The impact of economic crises on political representation in public communication: Evidence from the Eurozone
S Weschle
British Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 1097-1116, 2019
72019
Quantifying Political Relationships
S Weschle
American Political Science Review 112 (4), 1090-1095, 2018
52018
Parliamentary Positions and Politicians’ Private Sector Earnings: Evidence from the UK House of Commons
S Weschle
The Journal of Politics 83 (2), 706-721, 2021
22021
Campaign finance legislation and the supply-side of the revolving door
S Weschle
Political Science Research and Methods 9 (2), 365-379, 2021
22021
Politicians’ Private Sector Jobs and Parliamentary Behavior
S Weschle
2021
Supporting Information: Elite Interactions and Voters’ Perceptions of Parties’ Policy Positions
J Adams, S Weschle, C Wlezien
2019
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