Publications

Peer-reviewed

Lucas Leemann, Lukas F. Stoetzer, and Richard Traumüller. Eliciting Beliefs as Distributions in Online Surveys. Political Analysis, First View, 247–255, 2021.
Simon Munzert, Peter Selb, Anita Gohdes, Lukas F. Stoetzer, and Will Lowe. Tracking and promoting the usage of a COVID-19 contact tracing app. Nature Human Behaviour,5, 247–255, 2021.
Korrina Lindemann and Lukas F. Stoetzer. The effect of televised candidate debates on the support for political parties. Electoral Studies, 9, 102243, 2021.
Dominic Nyhuis and Lukas F. Stoetzer. The two faces of party ambiguity: A com-prehensive model of ambiguous party position perceptions. British Journal of Political Science, First View, 1 -18, 2020.
Tarik Abou-Chadi and Lukas F. Stoetzer. How Parties React to Voter Transitions American Political Science Review, 114(3), 940-945, 2020.
Oke Bahnsen, Thomas Gschwend, and Lukas F. Stoetzer. How do Coalition Signals Shape Voting Behavior? Testing Different Mechanisms Linking Coalition Signals and Voters' Electoral Behavior. Electoral Studies, 66, 102-166, 2020.
Lukas F. Stoetzer and Steffen Zittlau. Vote Choice and the (Non)-Separability of Economic and Social Issues. Public Opinion Quarterly, 84(1), 158-170, 2020.
Marcel Neunhoeffer, Thomas Gschwend, Simon Munzert, and Lukas F. Stoetzer, Eine Vorhersage von Erststimmenergebnissen bei Bundestagswahlen Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 61, 111-130. 2020.
Lukas F. Stoetzer and Matthias Orlowski . Estimating coalition majorities during political campaigns based on pre-election polls Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 30(1): 126--137, 2019.
Verena Mack and Lukas F. Stoetzer. Election fraud, digit tests and how humans fabricate vote counts - An experimental approach. Electoral Studies, 58: 31--47, 2019.
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, 27(2): 255--262, 2019.
Lukas F. Stoetzer. A matter of representation: spatial voting and inconsistent policy preferences. British Journal of Political Science, 49(3): 1--16, 2019.
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, 57(4):1009--1030, 2018.
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.
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. Zweitstimme.org. 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.

Book-reviews

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