Political System of Germany
Political System of Germany
Welcome to the homepage of the work group "Political System of Germany".
On the following pages, you can learn more about the group and about its teaching and research focus.
New Publication: Kim, Taehee, Yuki Ogawa 2022. The Impact of Politicians' Behaviors on Hate Speech Diffusion: Analysis Focusing on Adoption Threshold of Hate Speech on Twitter in Japan. Publicly open at SocArXiv.
Forthcoming: Jankowski, Michael and Markus Tepe (2022) Experimentelle Methoden. In Georg Wenzelburger and Reimut Zohlnhöfer (Eds.) Handbuch für Policy-Forschung (2nd Edition), Wiesbaden: Springer VS (forthcoming).
New Publication: Tepe, Markus, Susumu Shikano, Michael Jankowski and Maximilian Lutz 2021. Administrative Delegation Revisited. Experimental Evidence on the Behavioral Consequences of Public Service Motivation and Risk Aversion, International Review of Administrative Sciences (online first, open access)
New Publication: Springhorn, Nils 2021. On the measurement of need-based justice. Published online by Cambridge University Press.
New Publication: Tepe, Markus, Susumu Shikano, Michael Jankowski and Maximilian Lutz 2021. Administrative Delegation Revisited. Experimental Evidence on the Behavioral Consequences of Public Service Motivation and Risk Aversion, International Review of Administrative Sciences (accepted)
New Publication: Taehee Kim. 2021. The impact of election outcome on internal political efficacy: The role of contextual factors. Electoral Studies. Volume 74. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2021.102406
New Publication: Jankowski, Michael, Sebastian Schneider and Markus Tepe 2021. How stable are ‘left’ and ‘right’? A morphological analysis using open-ended survey responses of parliamentary candidates, Party Politics (accepted).
New Publication: Juen, Christina-Marie, Michael Jankowski, Robert A. Huber, Torren Frank, Leena Maaß and Markus Tepe 2021. Who wants COVID-19 Vaccination to be Compulsory? The Impact of Party Cues, Left-Right Ideology and Populism, Politics (accepted)
DVPW Board Elections: Markus Tepe was elected to the Board of the German Political Science Association (DVPW) as Vice Chair. Further information on the board elections can be found → here.
Paper published: Prokop, Christine and Markus Tepe 2021. Talk or Type? The Effect of Digital Interfaces on Citizens’ Satisfaction with Standardized Public Services, Public Administration (online first)
Online first: Vanhuysse, Pieter, Michael Jankowski, and Markus Tepe 2021. Vaccine Alliance Building Blocks: A Conjoint Experiment on Popular Support for International COVID-19 Cooperation Formats. Policy Sciences
Online first: Sulitzeanu-Kenan, Raanan, Markus Tepe and Omer Yair 2021. Public sector honesty and corruption: Field evidence from 40 countries, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory ,
Online Access Act (OZG): The Citizens' Office of Tomorrow: Intelligent Self-Service Systems in Local Government. Interview with Ina Radtke published in the OZG Newsletter of the BMI as part of the ISSS.KOM project. → to the newsletter
Research Project approved: The project entitled "Who should get the vaccine first? How do COVID-19 vaccine allocation regimes affect citizens' global vs. national identities and priority preferences" was approved by the Volkswagen Foundation. The project is being carried out in collaboration with Pieter Vanhuysse from the University of Southern Denmark (Odense) and Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.