Besir Ceka
Besir Ceka
Associate Professor of Political Science, Davidson College
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The loss of trust in the European Union during the great recession since 2007: The role of heuristics from the national political system
K Armingeon, B Ceka
European Union Politics 15 (1), 82-107, 2014
3042014
Measuring International Authority: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance, Volume III
L Hooghe, G Marks, T Lenz, B Ceka, S Derderyan, J Bezuijen
Oxford University Press, 2017
126*2017
The perils of political competition: Explaining participation and trust in political parties in Eastern Europe
B Ceka
Comparative Political Studies 46 (12), 1610-1635, 2013
442013
Diffuse support for the European Union: spillover effects of the politicization of the European integration process at the domestic level
M Ares, B Ceka, H Kriesi
Journal of European Public Policy 24 (8), 1091-1115, 2017
362017
How People Understand Democracy: A Social Dominance Approach
B Ceka, PC Magalhães
How Europeans View and Evaluate Democracy, 90-110, 2016
36*2016
Loving it but not feeling it yet? The state of European identity after the eastern enlargement
B Ceka, A Sojka
European Union Politics, 2016
232016
Discovering cooperation: a contractual approach to institutional change in regional international organizations
G Marks, T Lenz, B Ceka, BM Burgoon
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper No. RSCAS 65, 2014
192014
Macedonia: A New Beginning?
B Ceka
Journal of Democracy 29 (2), 143-157, 2018
182018
Do the Rich and the Poor Have Different Conceptions of Democracy? Socioeconomic Status, Inequality, and the Political Status Quo
B Ceka, PC Magalhães
Comparative Politics, 2019
102019
Tug of war
B Ceka
Foreign Affairs, 2015
2*2015
The meaning of democracy changes for Europeans depending on their education status, income and national context
PC Magalhães, B Ceka
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, 2014
22014
Evaluating Student Performance on Computer-Based versus Handwritten Exams: Evidence from a Field Experiment in the Classroom
B Ceka, AJ O’Geen
PS: Political Science & Politics, 2019
12019
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