Moritz Marbach
Moritz Marbach
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Does exposure to the refugee crisis make natives more hostile?
D Hangartner, E Dinas, M Marbach, K Matakos, D Xefteris
American Political Science Review 113 (2), 442-455, 2019
2482019
Estimating Party Positions across Countries and Time—A Dynamic Latent Variable Model for Manifesto Data
T König, M Marbach, M Osnabrügge
Political Analysis 21 (4), 468-491, 2013
1232013
The long-term impact of employment bans on the economic integration of refugees
M Marbach, J Hainmueller, D Hangartner
Science advances 4 (9), 2018
722018
Profiling Compliers and Noncompliers for Instrumental-Variable Analysis
M Marbach, D Hangartner
Political Analysis 28 (3), 435-444, 2020
202020
Left/right or U? Estimating the dimensionality of national party competition in Europe
T König, M Marbach, M Osnabrügge
The Journal of Politics 79 (3), 1101-1105, 2017
152017
Not in My Backyard: Do Increases in Immigration Cause Political Violence?
M Marbach, G Ropers
IPL Working Paper, 2018
122018
On imputing UNHCR data
M Marbach
Research & Politics 5 (4), 2053168018803239, 2018
112018
Assessing the validity of the Manifesto Common Space Scores
JE Flentje, T König, M Marbach
Electoral Studies 47, 25-35, 2017
22017
Profiling Compliers in Instrumental Variables Designs
D Hangartner, M Marbach, L Henckel, MH Maathuis, RR Kelz, L Keele
arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.06328, 2021
12021
Economic Opportunities, Emigration and Exit Prisoners
CM Horz, M Marbach
British Journal of Political Science, 1-20, 2020
12020
Analyzing Decision Records from Committees
M Marbach
1*2016
Choosing Imputation Models
M Marbach
arXiv preprint arXiv:2107.05427, 2021
2021
How COVID-19 Lockdown Policies Weaken Civic Attitudes in the United States and Europe
M Marbach, D Ward, D Hangartner
SocArXiv, 2020
2020
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