Gijs Schumacher
Gijs Schumacher
Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam
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Explaining the salience of anti-elitism and reducing political corruption for political parties in Europe with the 2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey data
J Polk, J Rovny, R Bakker, E Edwards, L Hooghe, S Jolly, J Koedam, ...
Research & Politics 4 (1), 2053168016686915, 2017
3072017
Why Do Parties Change Position? Party Organization and Environmental Incentives
G Schumacher, CE de Vries, B Vis
Journal of Politics 75 (2), 464-477, 2013
193*2013
1999-2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey Trend File.
R Bakker, E Edwards, L Hooghe, S Jolly, J Koedam, F Kostelka, G Marks, ...
Available on chesdata.eu. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina …, 2015
156*2015
Do mainstream parties adapt to the welfare chauvinism of populist parties?
G Schumacher, K Van Kersbergen
Party Politics 22 (3), 300-312, 2016
1402016
The psychological roots of populist voting: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany
BN Bakker, M Rooduijn, G Schumacher
European Journal of Political Research 55 (2), 302-320, 2016
1272016
Sympathy for the ‘devil’? Voting for populists in the 2006 and 2010 Dutch general elections
G Schumacher, M Rooduijn
Electoral Studies 32 (1), 124-133, 2013
972013
Political Parties’ Welfare Image, Electoral Punishment and Welfare State Retrenchment
G Schumacher, K Vis, Barbara, van Kersbergen
Comparative European Politics 11 (1), 2013
96*2013
How aspiration to office conditions the impact of government participation on party platform change
G Schumacher, M Van de Wardt, B Vis, MB Klitgaard
American Journal of Political Science 59 (4), 1040-1054, 2015
532015
No longer lost in translation: Evidence that Google Translate works for comparative bag-of-words text applications
E De Vries, M Schoonvelde, G Schumacher
Political Analysis 26 (4), 417-430, 2018
462018
Will to power? Intra-party conflict in social democratic parties and the choice for neoliberal policies in Germany, the Netherlands and Spain (1980–2010)
P Marx, G Schumacher
European Political Science Review 5 (1), 151-173, 2013
37*2013
Who leads the party? On membership size, selectorates and party oligarchy
G Schumacher, N Giger
Political Studies 65 (1_suppl), 162-181, 2017
312017
Stay loyal or exit the party? How openness to experience and extroversion explain vote switching
BN Bakker, R Klemmensen, AS Nørgaard, G Schumacher
Political psychology 37 (3), 419-429, 2016
312016
When does the left do the right thing? A study of party position change on welfare policies
G Schumacher
Party Politics 21 (1), 68-79, 2015
312015
‘Marx’or the Market? Intra-party Power and Social Democratic Welfare State Retrenchment
G Schumacher
West European Politics 35 (5), 1024-1043, 2012
282012
The partisan politics of institutional welfare state reform
MB Klitgaard, G Schumacher, M Soentken
Journal of European Public Policy 22 (7), 948-966, 2015
232015
EUSpeech: A New Dataset of EU Elite Speeches
G Schumacher, M Schoonvelde, T Dahiya, E de Vries
https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/GKABNU, 2019
19*2019
What wins public support? Communicating or obfuscating welfare state retrenchment
C Elmelund-Præstekær, MB Klitgaard, G Schumacher
European Political Science Review 7 (3), 427-450, 2015
192015
Liberals lecture, conservatives communicate: Analyzing complexity and ideology in 381,609 political speeches
M Schoonvelde, A Brosius, G Schumacher, BN Bakker
PloS one 14 (2), 2019
18*2019
The effect of economic change and elite framing on support for welfare state retrenchment: A survey experiment
P Marx, G Schumacher
Journal of European Social Policy 26 (1), 20-31, 2016
182016
"Modernize or Die"? Social Democrats, Welfare State Retrenchment and the Choice between Office and Policy
G Schumacher
VU University Amsterdam, 2012
18*2012
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