Lucas Geese
Lucas Geese
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The impact of candidate selection rules and electoral vulnerability on legislative behaviour in comparative perspective
JM Fernandes, L Geese, C Schwemmer
European Journal of Political Research 58 (1), 270-291, 2019
The political challenges of deep decarbonisation: towards a more integrated agenda
A Jordan, I Lorenzoni, J Tosun, L Geese, J Kenny, EL Saad, B Moore, ...
Climate Action 1 (1), 1-12, 2022
The more concentrated, the better represented? The geographical concentration of immigrants and their descriptive representation in the German mixed-member system
L Geese, D Schacht
International Political Science Review 40 (5), 643-658, 2019
Immigration-related speechmaking in a party-constrained parliament: Evidence from the ‘Refugee Crisis’ of the 18th German Bundestag (2013–2017)
L Geese
German Politics 29 (2), 201-222, 2020
MPs’ principals and the substantive representation of disadvantaged immigrant groups
L Geese, C Schwemmer
West European Politics 42 (4), 681-704, 2019
Do immigrant-origin candidates attract immigrant-origin voters in party-centred electoral systems? Evidence from Germany
L Geese
Acta Politica 55 (3), 492-511, 2020
Does descriptive representation narrow the immigrant gap in turnout? A comparative study across 11 western European democracies
L Geese
Political Studies 71 (4), 1277-1297, 2023
Codebook and data collection guidelines of work package 1 on descriptive political representation in regional parliaments of the project pathways to power
L Morales, D Vintila, L Geese, L Mügge, D van Der Pas, M van de Ward
Harvard Dataverse, 2017
Mobility and Representation:Legislators of Non-European Origin in the British House of Commons, 2001-2015
L Geese, W Goldbach, T Saalfeld
Jahrbuch Für Europäische Geschichte. European History Yearbook, 83-109, 2015
Working as a team: Do legislators coordinate their geographic representation efforts in party-centred environments?
L Geese, J Martínez-Cantó
Party Politics 29 (5), 918-928, 2023
Germany: inequalities of immigrant inclusion in a gridlocked party democracy and a divided political culture
D Schmuck, L Geese, T Saalfeld, AM Wüst, M Mannheim
ECPR joint sessions of workshops, Pisa, 2016
Using legislative speech to unveil conflict between coalition parties
H Bergmann, L Geese, C Koss, C Schwemmer
SocArXiv, 2018
Institutionelle Mechanismen politischer Repräsentation in der Einwanderungsgesellschaft
L Geese
Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Fakultät Sozial-und …, 2019
Tough Positions, Trustful Voters? How Mainstream Party Position-Taking on Immigration Shapes Political Trust and its Impact on Far-Right Voting
L Geese
Government and Opposition, 1-27, 2024
For young and future generations? Insights from the web profiles of European Climate Pact ambassadors
J Tosun, L Geese, I Lorenzoni
European Journal of Risk Regulation 14 (4), 747-759, 2023
MPs’ Principals and the Substantive Representation of Disadvantaged Immigrant Groups
L Geese, C Schwemmer
SocArXiv, 2018
Analyzing the Representation of Citizens of Immigrant Origin in Eight Contemporary European Democracies
L Geese, T Saalfeld …, 2018
Expert Survey of German Political Parties after the Bundestag Election of 2017
J Hohner, L Geese, T Saalfeld …, 2018
Codebook WP1 PATHWAYS National Level
L Morales, D Vintila, L Geese, L Mugge, D van der Pas, M van de Wardt
Excel data collection template of work package 1 on descriptive political represention in national parliaments of the project Pathways to Power
L Geese
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