Dominik Duell
TitleCited byYear
Which parties can lead opinion? Experimental evidence on partisan cue taking in multiparty democracies
T Brader, JA Tucker, D Duell
Comparative Political Studies 46 (11), 1485-1517, 2013
Social identity and electoral accountability
D Landa, D Duell
American Journal of Political Science 59 (3), 671-689, 2015
Do citizens make inferences from political candidate characteristics when aiming for substantive representation?
S Arnesen, D Duell, M Johannesson
Electoral Studies 57, 46-60, 2019
Who's the Life of the Party? The Impact of Personal and Party Traits on Partisan Cue-Taking
T Brader, JA Tucker, D Duell
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
Central bank communication as public opinion: Experimental evidence
N Baerg, D Duell, W Lowe
Work in Progress, 2018
Social Heterogeneity an its Ambiguous Effect on Preferences for Redistribution
D Duell
Follow the Majority? How Voters Trade off Individual-and Group-level Benefits
D Duell
Experimental research design in the study of electoral systems
J Tucker, D Duell
The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Systems, 425-444, 2017
Social identity and political polarization: Evidence on the impact of identity on partisan voting trade
D Duell, JM Valasek
WZB Discussion Paper, 2017
Discrimination in Strategic Settings
D Duell, D Landa
Available at SSRN 2836569, 2016
US Trade Policy and the Power to Negotiate: A Game-theoretical Approach
D Duell
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