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Bräuninger, Thomas ; Giger, Nathalie (2018) Strategic ambiguity of party positions in multi-party competition. Political Science Research and Methods : PSRM Cambridge 6 3 527-548 [Article]

Rosset, Jan ; Giger, Nathalie ; Bernauer, Julian (2017) I the People? Self-interest and demand for government responsiveness. Comparative Political Studies : CPS Thousand Oaks, CA 50 6 794-821 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie ; Klüver, Heike (2016) Voting against your constituents? How lobbying affects representation. American Journal of Political Science : AJPS 0xford [u.a.] 60 1 190-205 [Article]

Bernauer, Julian ; Giger, Nathalie ; Rosset, Jan (2015) Mind the gap: Do proportional electoral systems foster a more equal representation of women and men, poor and rich? International Political Science Review : IPSR London [u.a.] 36 1 78-98 [Article]

Rosset, Jan ; Giger, Nathalie ; Bernauer, Julian (2013) More Money, Fewer Problems? Cross-Level Effects of Economic Deprivation on Political Representation. West European Politics Abingdon 36 4 817-835 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie ; Nelson, Moira (2013) The Welfare State or the Economy? Preferences, Constituencies and Strategies for Retrenchment. European Sociological Review Oxford 29 5 1083-1094 [Article]

Lefkofridi, Zoe ; Giger, Nathalie ; Kissau, Kathrin (2012) Inequality and Representation in Europe. Representation London 48 1 1-11 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie (2012) Wie reagieren Wähler auf Sparpolitik? Eine theoretische und empirische Annäherung an die elektoralen Kosten von Sparpolitik. Der moderne Staat : dms Leverkusen 5 2 291-312 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie (2012) Is social policy retrenchment unpopular? How welfare reforms affect government popularity. European Sociological Review Oxford 28 5 691-700 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie ; Rosset, Jan ; Bernauer, Julian (2012) The poor political representation of the poor in comparative perspective. Representation Abingdon 48 1 47-61 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie ; Nelson, Moira (2011) The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment : Blame avoidance or credit claiming in the era of permanent austerity? European Journal of Political Research Oxford 50 1 1-23 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie ; Müller, Jochen ; Debus, Marc ORCID: 0000-0002-7151-7942 (2011) Die Bedeutung des regionalen Kontexts für die programmatische Positionierung von Schweizer Kantonalparteien. Swiss Political Science Review : SPSR Hoboken, NJ [u.a.] 17 3 259-285 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie (2010) Do voters punish the government for welfare state retrenchment? A comparative study of electoral costs associated with social policy. Comparative European Politics : CEP Basingstoke 8 4 415-443 [Article]

Giger, Nathalie (2009) Towards a Modern Gender Gap in Europe? A Comparative Analysis of Voting Behavior in 12 Countries. Social Science Journal Amsterdam 46 3 474-492 [Article]

Book

Giger, Nathalie (2011) The risk of social policy? : the electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment and social policy performance in OECD countries. London [u.a.] [Book]

Book chapter

Giger, Nathalie ; Huber, Sascha (2015) Der Einfluss des Geschlechts auf Kandidatenbeurteilungen: Eine experimentelle Studie zu Kontexteffekten und individuellen Faktoren in Deutschland. Faas, Thorsten Politische Psychologie Politische Vierteljahresschrift : PVS. Sonderheft Baden-Baden 50 333-359 [Book chapter]

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