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RESEARCH

Peer - Reviewed

conditionally accepted

The Role of Media Coverage in Platform Policy Change

Nahema Marchal, Emma Hoes, K. Jonathan Klüser, Meysam Alizadeh, Felix Hamburg, Christian Katzenbach, and Maël Kubli

2023

Punctuated Equilibrium Theory

Daniela Beyer, Christian Breunig, and K. Jonathan Klüser

2023

Governance

Colleagues or Adversaries: Ministerial Coordination across Party Lines

K. Jonathan Klüser, David Schmuck, and Ulrich Sieberer

2022

Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media

Content Moderation As a Political Issue: The Twitter Discourse Around Trump's Ban

Meysam Alizadeh, Fabrizio Gilardi, Emma Hoes, K. Jonathan Klüser, Maël Kubli, Nahema Marchal

2022

Political Science Research & Methods

Keeping Tabs through Collaboration? Sharing Ministerial Responsibility in Coalition Governments

K. Jonathan Klüser

2022

European Journal of Political Research

Ministerial Policy Dominance in Parliamentary Democracies

K. Jonathan Klüser and Christian Breunig

2022

Politische Vierteljahresschrift

Policy Agenda-Setting and Punctuated Equilibrium in Comparative Perspective

Daniela Beyer, Christian Breunig, and Christoffer Green-Pedersen, and K. Jonathan Klüser

2022

West European Politics

From Bureaucratic Capacity to Legislation: How Ministerial Resources Shape Governments' Policymaking Capabilities

K. Jonathan Klüser

2021

European Political Science

Can Students be Encouraged to Read? Experimental Evidence from a Large Lecture

Christian Breunig, K. Jonathan Klüser, and Qixuan Yang

2019

Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of Politics

Agenda Setting in Political Decision‐Making

K. Jonathan Klüser and Marco Radojevic

Under Review

Venue-Making

Christian Breunig and K. Jonathan Klüser

Tool for Online Discussions (TOD): A New Experimental Research Platform to Examine the Impact of Content Moderation

Emma Hoes and K. Jonathan Klüser

Party Responsiveness to Economic Inequality: Challenging Received Wisdom Using New Data

Alexander Horn, Martin Haselmayer, and K. Jonathan Klüser

Neoliberal, meritocratic, and “woke”? Mapping the Left’s concepts of equality (with new data), 1970‐2021

Alexander Horn, K. Jonathan Klüser, and Martin Haselmayer

Unequal German Democracy and the Rise of the “Lifestyle- Left”? How Left Parties in Germany Conceive of (In)Equality, 1970-2021

Alexander Horn, K. Jonathan Klüser, and Simon Rittershaus

(Dis)information for Hire? Dispelling Exaggerated Concerns about Social Media Influencer's Role in Spreading Disinformation

K. Jonathan Klüser and Emma Hoes

Current Projects and Working Papers

Fashion and Beauty turn to Politics: When do SMI use their voice to rally for political issues?

K. Jonathan Klüser

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