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"The CDSS gave me an excellent interdisciplinary and stimulating setting for my development as a researcher, and laid the foundation for my career." Andrew J. White, CDSS

Lukas Stötzer

Cohort:
2010
Center:
Social Sciences
Thesis Title:
Spatial Model of Voting: Citizens with Inconsistent, Persuadable and Endogenous Policy Preferences
Current Position:
Obserassistent, University of Zurich
First Placement:
Research Fellow, University of Mannheim


Publications

2017
Ein strukturell-dynamisches Vorhersagemodell für Bundestagswahlen.
In:
Politische Vierteljahresschrift (Vol. 58, Issue 3)
Pages:
418-442
Authors: Munzert, S. / Stötzer, L. / Gschwend, T. / Neunhoeffer, M. / Sternberg, S.

2017
Weighting Parties and Coalitions: How Coalition Signals Influence Voting Behavior
In:
The Journal of Politics (Vol. 79, Issue 2)
Pages:
642-655
Authors: Gschwend, T. / Meffert, M. / Stoetzer, L.

2016
In:
Electoral Studies (Vol. 44)
Pages:
293-306
Authors: Gschwend, T. / Stoetzer, L. / Zittlau, S.

2015
Leihstimmen im Bundestagswahljahr 2013
In:
Journal of Political Psychology (Vol. 4, Issue 1)
Pages:
88-107
Authors: Stötzer, L. / Zittlau, S. / Gschwend, T. / Witt, T.

2015
Multidimensional Spatial Voting with Non-separable Preferences (2015)
In:
Political Analysis (Vol. 23, Issue 3)
Pages:
415-428
Authors: Stötzer, L. / Zittlau, S.

2012
In:
Political Studies Review (Vol. 10, Issue 1)
Pages:
151-152
Authors: Stötzer, L.

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