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The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment: Blame avoidance or credit claiming in the era of permanent austerity?
N Giger, M Nelson
European journal of political research 50 (1), 1-23, 2011
3152011
The poor political representation of the poor in a comparative perspective
N Giger, J Rosset, J Bernauer
Representation 48 (1), 47-61, 2012
1972012
Towards a modern gender gap in Europe?: A comparative analysis of voting behavior in 12 countries
N Giger
The Social Science Journal 46 (3), 474-492, 2009
1872009
Conditional punishment: A comparative analysis of the electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment in OECD nations, 1980–2003
K Armingeon, N Giger
West European Politics 31 (3), 558-580, 2008
1862008
Holding governments accountable? Individual heterogeneity in performance voting
CE De Vries, N Giger
European Journal of Political Research 53 (2), 345-362, 2014
1252014
Voting against your constituents? How lobbying affects representation
N Giger, H Klüver
American Journal of Political Science 60 (1), 190-205, 2016
1242016
More money, fewer problems? Cross-level effects of economic deprivation on political representation
J Rosset, N Giger, J Bernauer
West European Politics 36 (4), 817-835, 2013
1182013
Mind the gap: Do proportional electoral systems foster a more equal representation of women and men, poor and rich?
J Bernauer, N Giger, J Rosset
International Political Science Review 36 (1), 78-98, 2015
1172015
The welfare state or the economy? Preferences, constituencies, and strategies for retrenchment
N Giger, M Nelson
European sociological review 29 (5), 1083-1094, 2013
1082013
Strategic ambiguity of party positions in multi-party competition
T Bräuninger, N Giger
Political Science Research and Methods 6 (3), 527-548, 2018
982018
The Risk of Social Policy?: The electoral consequences of welfare state retrenchment and social policy performance in OECD countries
N Giger
Taylor & Francis, 2011
932011
Who leads the party? On membership size, selectorates and party oligarchy
G Schumacher, N Giger
Political Studies 65 (1_suppl), 162-181, 2017
702017
Is social policy retrenchment unpopular? How welfare reforms affect government popularity
N Giger
European Sociological Review 28 (5), 691-700, 2012
672012
How economic crises affect political representation: declining party‒voter congruence in times of constrained government
D Traber, N Giger, S Häusermann
West European Politics 41 (5), 1100-1124, 2018
662018
Salience‐based congruence between parties & their voters: The Swiss case
N Giger, Z Lefkofridi
Swiss political science review 20 (2), 287-304, 2014
652014
The gender gap in same-gender voting: The role of context
N Giger, AM Holli, Z Lefkofridi, H Wass
Electoral Studies 35, 303-314, 2014
522014
The diminishing value of representing the disadvantaged: Between group representation and individual career paths
S Bailer, C Breunig, N Giger, AM Wüst
British Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 535-552, 2022
472022
Do voters punish the government for welfare state retrenchment? A comparative study of electoral costs associated with social policy
N Giger
Comparative European Politics 8, 415-443, 2010
452010
Electoral participation in pursuit of policy representation: ideological congruence and voter turnout
Z Lefkofridi, N Giger, A Gallego
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 24 (3), 291-311, 2014
412014
Die Bedeutung des regionalen Kontexts für die programmatische Positionierung von Schweizer Kantonalparteien1
N Giger, J Müller, M Debus
Swiss Political Science Review 17 (3), 259-285, 2011
412011
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