Verena Mack and Lukas F. Stoetzer. Election fraud, digit tests and how humans fabricate vote counts - An experimental approach. Electoral Studies, First View, 2018.
Lukas F. Stoetzer, Thomas Gschwend, Marcel Neunhoeffer, Simon Munzert, and Sebastian Sternberg. Forecasting Elections in Multi-Party Systems: A Bayesian Approach Combining Polls and Fundamentals. Political Analysis, First View, 2018.
Elias Naumann, Lukas F. Stoetzer, and Giuseppe Pietrantuono. Attitudes towards highly skilled and low-skilled immigration in Europe: A survey experiment in 15 European countries. European Journal of Political Research, pages 1--22, 2018. First View.
Elias Naumann and Lukas F. Stoetzer. Immigration and support for redistribution: survey experiments in three European countries. West European Politics, 41(1):80--101, 2018.
Lukas F. Stoetzer. A matter of representation: spatial voting and inconsistent policy preferences. British Journal of Political Science, pages 1--16, 2017. First View.
Thomas Gschwend, Michael F. Meffert, and Lukas F. Stoetzer. Weighting Parties and Coalitions: How Coalition Signals Influence Voting Behavior. Journal of Politics, 79(2):642--655, 2017.
Simon Munzert, Lukas F. Stoetzer, Thomas Gschwend, Marcel Neunhoeffer, Sebastian Sternberg, and Steffen Zittlau. Ein strukturell-dynamisches Vorhersagemodell für Bundestagswahlen. Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 58(3):418--441, 2017.
Thomas Gschwend, Lukas Stoetzer, and Steffen Zittlau. What drives rental votes? How coalitions signals facilitate strategic coalition voting. Electoral Studies, 44:293--306, 2016.
Lukas F. Stoetzer and Steffen Zittlau. Multidimensional Spatial Voting with Non-separable Preferences. Political Analysis, 23(3):415--428, 2015.
Lukas F. Stoetzer, Steffen Zittlau, Thomas Gschwend, and Tobias Witt. Leihstimmen in Bundestagswahljahr 2013. Zeitschrift für Politische Psychologie, (1):88--107, 2015.


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