Nate Breznau
Nate Breznau
University of Bremen, Comparative Research Center 'The Global Dynamics of Social Policy'
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Economic equality and social welfare: Policy preferences in five nations
N Breznau
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 22 (4), 458-484, 2010
902010
Immigration and the welfare state: A cross-regional analysis of European welfare attitudes
MA Eger, N Breznau
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 58 (5), 440-463, 2017
662017
A clash of civilizations? Preferences for religious political leaders in 86 nations
N Breznau, VA Lykes, J Kelley, MDR Evans
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50 (4), 671-691, 2011
522011
Immigrant presence, group boundaries, and support for the welfare state in Western European societies
N Breznau, MA Eger
Acta Sociologica 59 (3), 195-214, 2016
372016
Positive returns and equilibrium: Simultaneous feedback between public opinion and social policy
N Breznau
Policy Studies Journal 45 (4), 583-612, 2017
342017
The Missing Main Effect of Welfare State Regimes: A Replication of 'Social Policy Responsiveness in Developed Democracies’ by Brooks and Manza
N Breznau
Sociological Science 2, 420-441, 2015
302015
Secondary observer effects: idiosyncratic errors in small-N secondary data analysis
N Breznau
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 19 (3), 301-318, 2016
292016
The (non) politics of emergency political intervention: The racial geography of urban crisis management in Michigan
LO Kirkpatrick, N Breznau
Available at SSRN 2754128, 2016
182016
Constructing Common Cultures: The Ontological and Normative Dimensions of Law in the European Union and Mercosur
F Duina, N Breznau
European Law Journal 8 (4), 574-595, 2002
182002
The welfare state and risk perceptions: the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic and public concern in 70 countries
N Breznau
European Societies 23 (sup1), S33-S46, 2021
162021
No generalizable effect of income inequality on public support for governmental redistribution among rich democracies 1987–2010
N Breznau, C Hommerich
Social science research 81, 170-191, 2019
12*2019
The limits of inequality: Public support for social policy across rich democracies
N Breznau, C Hommerich
International Journal of Social Welfare 28 (2), 138-151, 2019
92019
Science by press conference: what the Heinsberg Study on COVID-19 demonstrates about the dangers of fast, open science.
N Breznau
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2020
72020
Attitudes toward redistributive policy: An introduction
LG Steele, N Breznau
Societies 9 (3), 50, 2019
72019
Simultaneous feedback models with macro-comparative cross-sectional data
N Breznau
Methods, data, analyses: a journal for quantitative methods and survey …, 2018
72018
Anti-Immigrant Parties and Western European Society: Analyzing the Role of Immigration and Forecasting Voting
N Breznau
OSF Preprints, 2018
52018
Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of data analysis
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
MetaArXiv, 2021
42021
The emerging education reversal in the United States: National and state-level trends
MDR Evans, N Breznau
Available at SSRN 1652520, 2010
42010
I Saw You in the Crowd: Credibility, Reproducibility, and Meta-Utility
N Breznau
PS: Political Science & Politics 54 (2), 309-313, 2021
32021
You Aren't One of Us!: National Identity, Group Boundary Salience, and Anti-Immigrant Attitudes in Europe
N Breznau, JT Danielson
Conference Paper: American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, 2014
32014
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