Bibliography

The CCS Bibliography cites publications and presentations known to utilize the CCS. If you know of a citation that is missing, please send us an e-mail at help@comparativecandidates.org.

Andreadis, Ioannis and Chadjipadelis, Theodore (2008): Characteristics of Greek Parliament candidates. 58th Political Studies Association Annual Conference "Democracy, Governance and Conflict: Dilemmas of Theory and Practice", Swansea, UK, 1 - 3 April 2008, available online at: http://www.polres.gr/en/sites/default/files/PSA2008.pdf

Arter, David (2009): When do individual candidates individualise their constituency campaigns? Reflections from the Finnish experience. Paper presented at the conference on "Candidates in Constituency Campaigns from a Comparative Perspective", Cornell University.

Cross, William (2009): Constituency Campaigning in Canada. Paper presented at the conference on "Candidates in Constituency Campaigns from a Comparative Perspective", Cornell University.

Denver, David (2009): Is there a way forward for the study of constituency campaigning in Britain? Paper presented at the conference on "Candidates in Constituency Campaigns from a Comparative Perspective", Cornell University.

De Winter, Lieven (2009): Belgian candidates in search of a constituency. Paper presented at the conference on "Candidates in Constituency Campaigns from a Comparative Perspective", Cornell University.

Eder, Nikolaus; Marcello, Jenny and Wolfgang C. Müller (2009): Party Democracy and Individualized Constituency Campaigning: Candidates Strategies and Behavior in the 2006 Austrian Elections. Paper presented at the conference on "Candidates in Constituency Campaigns from a Comparative Perspective", Cornell University.

Lutz, Georg and Peter Selb (2010): Personal vote seeking and district magnitude in open list PR systems. Evidence from Switzerland. Paper presented at the conference on "Candidates in Constituency Campaigns from a Comparative Perspective", Cornell University and to be presented at the APSA 2010 conference, and to appear in a special issue of Electoral Studies (special issue accepted).

Marsh, Michael (2009): Constituency campaigning in Ireland under STV: The candidate's perspective. Paper presented at the conference on "Candidates in Constituency Campaigns from a Comparative Perspective", Cornell University.

Schmitt, Hermann (2010): National parties or local candidates? An assessment of German voters' choice options in the Bundestag election of 2009. Paper prepared for presentation at the conference on the German Bundestags election 2009, University of Kansas at Lawrence, April 24-26.

Schmitt, Hermann; Scholz, Evi and Conny Züll (2010): Determinants of non-response to the open-ended question on the meaning of left and right: A comparison of political elites and the mass public in Germany. Paper to be presented at the ISA Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, July 11-17, 2010.

Wüst, Andreas M. (2009): Zur Sozialisation von Neuparlamentariern im 15. Deutschen Bundestag, in: Oscar W. Gabriel, Bernhard Weßels and Jürgen W. Falter (eds.): Wahlen und Wähler. Analysen aus Anlass der Bundestagswahl 2005, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 328–345.

Wüst, Andreas M. (2009): Bundestagskandidaten und Einwanderungspolitik: Eine Analyse zentraler Policy-Aspekte, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 19 (1), 77–105.

Wüst, Andreas M. (2006): Wahlverhalten und politische Repräsentation von Migranten, Der Bürger im Staat, 56 (4), 228–234.

Wüst, Andreas M.; Schmitt, Hermann; Gschwend, Thomas and Thomas Zittel (2006): Candidates in the 2005 Bundestag Election: Mode of Candidacy, Campaigning and Issues, German Politics 15 (4), 420–438.

Zittel, Thomas (2009): Lost in Technology? Political Parties and the Online Campaigns of Constituency Candidates in Germany’s Mixed Member Electoral System, Journal of Information Technology and Politics 6 (3/4), 298–311.

Zittel, Thomas and Thomas Gschwend (2008): Individualised Constituency Campaigns in Mixed-Member Electoral Systems: Candidates in the 2005 German Elections, West European Politics 31 (5), 879–1003.

Zittel, Thomas and Thomas Gschwend (2007): Individualisierte Wahlkämpfe im Wahlkreis. Eine Analyse am Beispiel des Bundestagswahlkampfes 2005, Politische Vierteljahresschrift 48 (2), 293–321.

Zittel, Thomas and Thomas Gschwend (2007): Der Bundestagswahlkampf von 2005 und Kollektive Repräsentation: Ein kurzer Auftakt zum langen Abschied?, in: Frank Brettschneider, Oskar Niedermayer and Bernhard Weßels (eds.): Die Bundestagswahl 2005. Analysen des Wahlkampfs und der Wahlergebnisse, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 119-144.