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Robert A. Huber
Robert A. Huber
Department of Political Science, University of Salzburg
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From populism to the “plandemic”: why populists believe in COVID-19 conspiracies
JM Eberl, RA Huber, E Greussing
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (sup1), 272-284, 2021
2112021
The role of populist attitudes in explaining climate change skepticism and support for environmental protection
RA Huber
Environmental Politics 29 (6), 959-982, 2020
1662020
On the distinct effects of left-wing and right-wing populism on democratic quality
RA Huber, CH Schimpf
Politics and Governance 5 (4), 146-165, 2017
1572017
Public support for environmental policy depends on beliefs concerning effectiveness, intrusiveness, and fairness
RA Huber, ML Wicki, T Bernauer
Environmental Politics 29 (4), 649-673, 2020
1362020
Mind the Gap! Populism, Participation and Representation in Europe
RA Huber, SP Ruth
Swiss Political Science Review 23 (4), 462–484, 2017
1302017
Friend or Foe? Testing the Influence of Populism on Democratic Quality in Latin America
RA Huber, CH Schimpf
Political Studies 64 (4), 872-889, 2016
1092016
Love at first sight? Populist attitudes and support for direct democracy
S Mohrenberg, RA Huber, T Freyburg
Party Politics 27 (3), 528-539, 2021
100*2021
Is populism a challenge to European energy and climate policy? Empirical evidence across varieties of populism
RA Huber, T Maltby, K Szulecki, S Ćetković
Journal of European Public Policy 28 (7), 998-1017, 2021
852021
Can policy-packaging increase public support for costly policies? Insights from a choice experiment on policies against vehicle emissions
M Wicki, RA Huber, T Bernauer
Journal of Public Policy 40 (4), 599 - 625, 2020
822020
Political populism, responsiveness, and public support for climate mitigation
RA Huber, L Fesenfeld, T Bernauer
Climate Policy 20 (3), 373-386, 2020
792020
Assessing the relative importance of psychological and demographic factors for predicting climate and environmental attitudes
LF Beiser-McGrath, RA Huber
Climatic Change 149 (3-4), 335-347, 2018
792018
Can Social Norm Interventions Promote Voluntary Pro Environmental Action?
RA Huber, B Anderson, T Bernauer
Environmental Science & Policy 89, 231-246, 2018
742018
From populism to climate scepticism: the role of institutional trust and attitudes towards science
RA Huber, E Greussing, JM Eberl
Environmental Politics 31 (7), 1115-1138, 2022
72*2022
A drunken guest in Europe? The influence of populist radical right parties on democratic quality
RA Huber, CH Schimpf
Zeitschrift für vergleichende Politikwissenschaft 10 (2), 103-129, 2016
522016
What explains citizen support for transport policy? the roles of policy design, trust in government and proximity among Swiss citizens
RA Huber, M Wicki
Energy Research & Social Science 75, 101973, 2021
392021
In‐group solidarity or out‐group hostility in response to terrorism in France? Evidence from a regression discontinuity design
SM Van Hauwaert, RA Huber
European Journal of Political Research 59 (4), 936-953, 2020
312020
Who wants COVID-19 vaccination to be compulsory? The impact of party cues, left-right ideology, and populism
CM Juen, M Jankowski, RA Huber, T Frank, L Maaß, M Tepe
Politics 43 (3), 330-350, 2023
232023
Parliament, people or technocrats? explaining mass public preferences on delegation of policymaking authority
LF Beiser-McGrath, RA Huber, T Bernauer, V Koubi
Comparative Political Studies 55 (4), 527-554, 2022
202022
Populism and Democracy—Theoretical and Empirical Considerations
RA Huber, CH Schimpf
Political Populism: A Handbook, 329 – 344, 2017
172017
Populist attitudes towards politics and science: how do they differ?
JM Eberl, RA Huber, NG Mede, E Greussing
Political Research Exchange 5 (1), 2159847, 2023
122023
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