Dieter Stiers
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Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, HHV Nguyen, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (44), e2203150119, 2022
What makes people believe that their party won the election?
D Stiers, JF Daoust, A Blais
Electoral Studies 55, 21-29, 2018
Elections as a democratic linkage mechanism: How elections boost political trust in a proportional system
M Hooghe, D Stiers
Electoral Studies 44, 46-55, 2016
Compulsory voting rules, reluctant voters and ideological proximity voting
R Dassonneville, F Feitosa, M Hooghe, RR Lau, D Stiers
Political Behavior 41, 209-230, 2019
Candidate authenticity:‘To thine own self be true’
D Stiers, J Larner, J Kenny, S Breitenstein, F Vallee-Dubois, ...
Political Behavior 43 (3), 1181-1204, 2021
Beyond the distinction between incumbency and opposition: Retrospective voting at the level of political parties
D Stiers
Party Politics 25 (6), 805-816, 2019
Electoral Volatility in Belgium (2009-2014). Is there a Difference between Stable and Volatile Voters?
R Dassonneville, D Stiers
Acta Politica 53 (1), 68-97, 2018
Do reluctant voters vote less accurately? The effect of compulsory voting on party–voter congruence in Australia and Belgium
M Hooghe, D Stiers
Australian Journal of Political Science 52 (1), 75-94, 2017
Affect Versus Cognition: Wishful Thinking on Election Day. An analysis Using Exit Poll Data from Belgium
D Stiers, R Dassonneville
International Journal of Forecasting 34 (2), 199-215, 2018
The abiding voter: The lengthy horizon of retrospective evaluations
D Stiers, R Dassonneville, MS Lewis‐Beck
European Journal of Political Research 59 (3), 646-668, 2020
Are 16-year-olds able to cast a congruent vote? Evidence from a “voting at 16” initiative in the city of Ghent (Belgium)
D Stiers, M Hooghe, S Goubin
Electoral Studies 63, 102107, 2020
Support for progressive taxation: self-interest (rightly understood), ideology, and political sophistication
D Stiers, M Hooghe, S Goubin, MS Lewis-Beck
Journal of European public policy 29 (4), 550-567, 2022
Retrospective voting and the polarization of available alternatives
D Stiers, R Dassonneville
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
Voting at 16: Does lowering the voting age lead to more political engagement? Evidence from a quasi-experiment in the city of Ghent (Belgium)
D Stiers, M Hooghe, R Dassonneville
Political Science Research and Methods 9 (4), 849-856, 2021
Political discussion begins at home. Household dynamics following the enfranchisement of adolescent children
M Hooghe, D Stiers
Applied Developmental Science 26 (1), 141-154, 2022
Political information and retrospective voting
D Stiers
West European Politics 44 (2), 275-298, 2021
Do volatile voters vote less correctly? An analysis of correct voting among vote (intention) switchers in US presidential election campaigns
D Stiers, R Dassonneville
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 29 (3), 283-298, 2019
The Crowdsourced Replication Initiative: investigating immigration and social policy preferences: Executive Report
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, N Storz
A tale of two regions: An analysis of two decades of Belgian public opinion
M Hooghe, D Stiers
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 52 (4), 655-674, 2022
Regional identity and support for restrictive attitudes on immigration. Evidence from a household population survey in Ghent (Belgium)
M Hooghe, D Stiers
Ethnic and Racial Studies 44 (4), 698-717, 2021
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