German Politics

Papers
(The TQCC of German Politics is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
How Political Parties Respond to Pariah Street Protest: The Case of Anti-Corona Mobilisation in Germany30
Party Competition in Migration Debates: The Influence of the AfD on Party Positions in German State Parliaments20
Taking to the Streets in Germany – Disenchanted and Confident Critics in Mass Demonstrations20
Rally Effect in the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Role of Affectedness, Fear, and Partisanship19
Breaking the Budgetary Taboo: German Preference Formation in the EU's Response to the Covid-19 Crisis19
How Much State and How Much Market? Comparing Social Housing in Berlin and Vienna17
‘Climate-Soviets,’ ‘Alarmism,’ and ‘Eco-Dictatorship’: The Framing of Climate Change Scepticism by the Populist Radical Right Alternative for Germany16
A Matter of Trust: How Political and Social Trust Relate to the Acceptance of Covid-19 Policies in Germany15
The Wall in the Mind – Revisited Stable Differences in the Political Cultures of Western and Eastern Germany15
Leading from Behind? Gender Equality in Germany During the Merkel Era14
The Greatest of the Small? The Netherlands, the New Hanseatic League and the Frugal Four14
New Contentious Politics. Civil Society, Social Movements, and the Polarisation of German Politics13
The Alternative for Germany (AfD) as Populist Issue Entrepreneur: Explaining the Party and its Voters in the 2021 German Federal Election13
Game-Changers for Gender Equality in Germany’s Labour Market? Corporate Board Quotas, Pay Transparency and Temporary Part-Time Work11
Framing COVID-19: Public Leadership and Crisis Communication By Chancellor Angela Merkel During the Pandemic in 202011
Becoming Mainstream? The Emergence of Digital Policies in German Regional Party Politics10
Reconciling Parliamentary Size with Personalised Proportional Representation? Frontiers of Electoral Reform for the German Bundestag9
‘The Politicisation Game’: Strategic Interactions in the Contention Over TTIP in Germany9
A Rainbow Bundestag? An Intersectional Analysis of LGBTI Representation in Angela Merkel’s Germany9
German Labour Market Resilience in Times of Crisis: Revealing Coordination Mechanisms in the Social Market Economy9
A (New) East–West-Divide? Representative Democracy in Germany 30 Years after Unification8
Protest and Polarisation in the Context of Energy Transition and Climate Policy in Germany: Mindsets and Collective Identities8
Protest and Electoral Breakthrough: Challenger Party-Movement Interactions in Germany8
Safe and Risky Sovereigns in the Euro Area Capital Market: Financial Drivers of Fiscal Policies in Germany and Italy8
Acting in the Shadow of German Hegemony? The Role of Small States in the Economic and Monetary Union (Introduction to the Special Issue)7
Resisting the Pressures of Globalisation: The Repeated Failure of Elite Sport Reforms in Re-United Germany7
Against All Odds: Angela Merkel, Ursula von der Leyen, Anngret Kramp-Karrenbauer and the German Paradox of Female CDU Leadership6
Citizen Deliberation in Germany: Lessons from the ‘Bürgerrat Demokratie’6
The Limits of Change: German Family Policy and the Dynamics of Policy Transfer 2009–20176
Forging Plural Coalitions in Times of Polarisation: Protest for an Open Society in Germany5
The Bundestag in the Pandemic Year 2020/21 – Continuity and Challenges in the Covid-19 Crisis5
Legislative Democracy in the Bundestag After Reunification5
Angela Merkel and the CDU Quota Curse5
Gender Equality in the Field of Care: Policy Goals and Outcomes During the Merkel Era5
Digitalisation Labs: A New Arena for Policy Design in German Multilevel Governance5
Deliberating Foreign Policy: Perceptions and Effects of Citizen Participation in Germany5
COVID-19 as a Catalyst for Policy Change: The Role of Trigger Points and Spillover Effects5
(How) Perceived Descriptive Underrepresentation Decreases Political Support: The Case of East Germans5
The Nomination and Electoral Competitiveness of Working Class Candidates in Germany5
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