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Gijs Schumacher
Gijs Schumacher
Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam
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Explaining the salience of anti-elitism and reducing political corruption for political parties in Europe with the 2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey data
MZ Jon Polk, Jan Rovny, Ryan Bakker, Erica Edwards, Liesbet Hooghe, Seth ...
Research & Politics 4 (1), 2017
6822017
Do mainstream parties adapt to the welfare chauvinism of populist parties?
G Schumacher, K Van Kersbergen
Party Politics 22 (3), 300-312, 2016
3422016
1999-2014 Chapel Hill Expert Survey Trend File.
R Bakker, E Edwards, L Hooghe, S Jolly, J Koedam, F Kostelka, G Marks, ...
Available on chesdata.eu. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina …, 2015
268*2015
The psychological roots of populist voting: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany
BN Bakker, M Rooduijn, G Schumacher
European Journal of Political Research 55 (2), 302-320, 2016
2592016
Why Do Parties Change Position? Party Organization and Environmental Incentives
G Schumacher, CE de Vries, B Vis
Journal of Politics 75 (2), 464-477, 2013
227*2013
No longer lost in translation: Evidence that Google Translate works for comparative bag-of-words text applications
E De Vries, M Schoonvelde, G Schumacher
Political Analysis 26 (4), 417-430, 2018
1972018
Sympathy for the ‘devil’? Voting for populists in the 2006 and 2010 Dutch general elections
G Schumacher, M Rooduijn
Electoral Studies 32 (1), 124-133, 2013
1502013
Political Parties’ Welfare Image, Electoral Punishment and Welfare State Retrenchment
G Schumacher, K Vis, Barbara, van Kersbergen
Comparative European Politics 11 (1), 2013
1412013
Conservatives and Liberals have Similar Physiological Responses to Threats
B Bakker, G Schumacher, C Gothreau, K Arceneaux
Nature Human Behaviour, 2020
1122020
de Vries, and Barbara Vis. 2013.“Why do parties change position? Party organization and environmental incentives.”
G Schumacher, E Catherine
Journal of Politics 75 (2), 464-77, 0
95
How aspiration to office conditions the impact of government participation on party platform change
G Schumacher, M Van de Wardt, B Vis, MB Klitgaard
American Journal of Political Science 59 (4), 1040-1054, 2015
732015
Liberals lecture, conservatives communicate: Analyzing complexity and ideology in 381,609 political speeches
M Schoonvelde, A Brosius, G Schumacher, BN Bakker
PloS one 14 (2), e0208450, 2019
692019
2014 Chapel Hill expert survey trend file
R Bakker, E Edwards, L Hooghe, S Jolly, J Koedam, F Kostelka, G Marks, ...
Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1999
671999
Who leads the party? On membership size, selectorates and party oligarchy
G Schumacher, N Giger
Political Studies 65 (1_suppl), 162-181, 2017
632017
Will to power? Intra-party conflict in social democratic parties and the choice for neoliberal policies in Germany, the Netherlands and Spain (1980–2010)
P Marx, G Schumacher
European Political Science Review 5 (1), 151-173, 2013
48*2013
Hot politics? Affective responses to political rhetoric
BN Bakker, G Schumacher, M Rooduijn
American Political Science Review 115 (1), 150-164, 2021
452021
The populist appeal: Personality and antiestablishment communication
BN Bakker, G Schumacher, M Rooduijn
The Journal of Politics 83 (2), 589-601, 2021
432021
Stay loyal or exit the party? How openness to experience and extroversion explain vote switching
BN Bakker, R Klemmensen, AS Nørgaard, G Schumacher
Political psychology 37 (3), 419-429, 2016
432016
When does the left do the right thing? A study of party position change on welfare policies
G Schumacher
Party Politics 21 (1), 68-79, 2015
432015
Errors have been made, others will be blamed: Issue engagement and blame shifting in prime minister speeches during the economic crisis in Europe
D Traber, M Schoonvelde, G Schumacher
European Journal of Political Research 59 (1), 45-67, 2020
42*2020
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