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Tobias Rüttenauer
Tobias Rüttenauer
Lecturer of Quantitative Social Science, UCL
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The effect of mandatory COVID-19 certificates on vaccine uptake: synthetic-control modelling of six countries
MC Mills, T Rüttenauer
The Lancet Public Health 7 (1), e15-e22, 2022
1832022
Fixed effects individual slopes: Accounting and testing for heterogeneous effects in panel data or other multilevel models
T Rüttenauer, V Ludwig
Sociological Methods & Research 52 (1), 43-84, 2023
732023
Neighbours matter: A nation-wide small-area assessment of environmental inequality in Germany
T Rüttenauer
Social Science Research 70, 198-211, 2018
712018
Spatial Regression Models: A Systematic Comparison of Different Model Specifications using Monte Carlo Experiments
T Rüttenauer
Sociological Methods and Research 51 (2), 728–759, 2022
612022
The effects of non-pharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19 mortality: A generalized synthetic control approach across 169 countries
S Mader, T Rüttenauer
Frontiers in Public Health 10, 820642, 2022
46*2022
Bringing urban space back in: A multilevel analysis of environmental inequality in Germany
T Rüttenauer
Urban Studies 56 (12), 2549–2567, 2019
322019
How Selective Migration Shapes Environmental Inequality in Germany: Evidence from Micro-level Panel Data
H Best, T Rüttenauer
European Sociological Review 34 (1), 52–63, 2018
322018
spatialreg: Spatial regression analysis
R Bivand, G Piras, L Anselin, A Bernat, E Blankmeyer, Y Chun, ...
R package version, 1.1-5, 2019
282019
More talk, no action? The link between exposure to extreme weather events, climate change belief and pro-environmental behaviour
T Rüttenauer
European Societies, 1-25, 2023
13*2023
Environmental Inequality and Residential Sorting in Germany: A Spatial Time-Series Analysis of the Demographic Consequences of Industrial Sites
T Rüttenauer, H Best
Demography, 2021
122021
Perceived pollution and selective out-migration: revisiting the role of income for environmental inequality
T Rüttenauer, H Best
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 48 (15), 3505-3523, 2022
11*2022
Muster ethnischer Segregation in Deutschland–Ein Vergleich anhand räumlicher Segregationsmaße
T Rüttenauer
Differenz im Raum: Sozialstruktur und Grenzziehung in deutschen Städten, 71-109, 2022
112022
London congestion charge: the impact on air pollution and school attendance by socioeconomic status
R Conte Keivabu, T Rüttenauer
Population and Environment 43 (4), 576-596, 2022
112022
A Transformation From Within? Dynamics of Party Activists and the Rise of the German AfD
J Schulte-Cloos, T Rüttenauer
Dynamics of Party Activists and the Rise of the German AfD (December 24, 2018), 2018
11*2018
Where does public childcare boost female labor force participation? Exploring geographical heterogeneity across Germany 2007–2017
F Neuberger, T Rüttenauer, M Bujard
Demographic Research 46, 693-722, 2022
10*2022
The air pollution disadvantage of immigrants in Germany: partly a matter of urbanity
I Ehler, F Bader, T Rüttenauer, H Best
European Sociological Review, jcad046, 2023
32023
Environmental Inequality in Germany
T Rüttenauer
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, 2018
22018
Spatial Data Analysis
T Rüttenauer
arXiv preprint arXiv:2402.09895, 2024
12024
When Can We Use Two-Way Fixed-Effects (TWFE): A Comparison of TWFE and Novel Dynamic Difference-in-Differences Estimators
T Rüttenauer, O Aksoy
OSF, 2024
12024
Material deprivation and the Brexit referendum: a spatial multilevel analysis of the interplay between individual and regional deprivation
C Haußmann, T Rüttenauer
European Sociological Review, jcad057, 2023
12023
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