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Bruno Castanho Silva
Bruno Castanho Silva
Assistant Professor of Methods in Empirical Social Research, Free University of Berlin
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The elite is up to something: Exploring the relation between populism and belief in conspiracy theories
B Castanho Silva, F Vegetti, L Littvay
Swiss political science review 23 (4), 423-443, 2017
3452017
An Empirical Comparison of Seven Populist Attitudes Scales
B Castanho Silva, S Jungkunz, M Helbling, L Littvay
Political Research Quarterly 73 (2), 409-424, 2020
2742020
Global populism database, v1
KA Hawkins, R Aguilar, B Castanho Silva, EK Jenne, B Kocijan, ...
Harvard Dataverse 1, 2019
200*2019
Public Opinion Surveys: A New Scale
BC Silva, I Andreadis, E Anduiza, N Blanuša, YM Corti, G Delfino, G Rico, ...
The Ideational Approach to Populism: Concept, Theory, and Analysis, 2018
1782018
1 Textual analysis
KA Hawkins, BC Silva
The Ideational Approach to Populism: Concept, Theory, and Analysis, 2018
129*2018
The (non) impact of the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks on political attitudes
B Castanho Silva
Personality and social psychology bulletin 44 (6), 838-850, 2018
992018
Populist radical right parties and mass polarization in the Netherlands
BC Silva
European Political Science Review 10 (2), 219-244, 2018
922018
Politicians unleashed? Political communication on Twitter and in parliament in Western Europe
B Castanho Silva, SO Proksch
Political Science Research and Methods 10 (4), 776-792, 2022
532022
Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling
B Castanho Silva, CM Bosancianu, L Littvay
Sage, 2019
512019
Mapping Nationalist and Populist Rhetoric across Europe and North America
EK Jenne, KA Hawkins, BC Silva
Studies in Comparative International Development 56 (2), 170-196, 2021
42*2021
Fake It ‘Til You Make It: A Natural Experiment to Identify European Politicians’ Benefit from Twitter Bots
B Castanho Silva, SO Proksch
American Political Science Review 115 (1), 316-322, 2021
352021
Contemporary Populism: Actors, Causes, and Consequences Across 28 Democracies
B Castanho Silva
Central European University, 2017
33*2017
Populist success: a qualitative comparative analysis
B Castanho Silva
The Ideational Approach to Populism, 305-319, 2018
30*2018
So thin it’s almost invisible: Populist attitudes and voting behavior in Brazil
BC Silva, M Fuks, ER Tamaki
Electoral Studies 75, 102434, 2022
282022
“He’s Not One of Them!” Antiestablishment Supporters of Populist Governments in Bolivia and Ecuador
B Castanho Silva
The Journal of Politics 81 (3), 2019
262019
Do parties’ representation failures affect populist attitudes? Evidence from a multinational survey experiment
B Castanho Silva, C Wratil
Political Science Research and Methods 11 (2), 347-362, 2023
202023
Populist attitudes and political engagement: Ugly, bad, and sometimes good?
MM Ardag, B Castanho Silva, JP Thomeczek, SF Bandlow-Raffalski, ...
Representation 56 (3), 307-330, 2020
192020
Van Hauwaert, and Nina Wiesehomeier. 2018. Policy brief on populism in Europe and the Americas: What, when, who, and so what
S Ruth, I Andreadis, KA Hawkins, RE Carlin, BC Silva, L Littvay, JL McCoy, ...
Team Populism, 2018
142018
Populism and Candidate Support in the US: The Effects of “Thin” and “Host” Ideology
B Castanho Silva, FG Neuner, C Wratil
Journal of Experimental Political Science 10 (3), 438-447, 2023
112023
SCtools: Extensions for Synthetic Controls Analysis
B Castanho Silva, M DeWitt
https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/SCtools/index.html, 2019
10*2019
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