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Dr Moritz Osnabrügge

Assistant Professor in Quantitative Comparative Politics


Affiliations
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Assistant Professor in Quantitative Comparative Politics in the School of Government and International AffairsRoom 008 Southend House+44 (0) 191 33 45218

Publications

Journal Article

  • Osnabrügge, Moritz, Hobolt, Sara B. & Rodon, Toni (2021). Playing to the Gallery: Emotive Rhetoric in Parliaments. American Political Science Review 115(3): 885-899.
  • Morelli, Massimo, Osnabrügge, Moritz & Vannoni, Matia (2020). Legislative Activity and Private Benefits: A Natural Experiment in New Zealand. Political Science Research and Methods 8(3): 565-570.
  • Yordanova, Nikoleta, Angelova, Mariyana, Lehrer, Roni, Osnabrügge, Moritz & Renes, Sander (2020). Swaying Citizen Support for EU Membership: Evidence from a Survey Experiment of German Voters. European Union Politics 21(3): 429-450.
  • Hahm, Hyeonho, König, Thomas, Osnabrügge, Moritz & Frech, Elena (2019). Who Settles Disputes? Treaty Design and Trade Attitudes Toward the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). International Organization 73(4): 881-900.
  • Lin, Nick & Osnabrügge, Moritz (2018). Making Comprehensible Speeches when your Constituents Need it. Research & Politics 5(3): 1-8.
  • König, Thomas, Marbach, Moritz & Osnabrügge, Moritz (2017). Left/Right or U? Estimating the Dimensionality of National Party Competition in Europe. The Journal of Politics 79(3): 1101-1105.
  • Frech, Elena, König, Thomas & Osnabrügge, Moritz (2015). Öffentliche Unterstützung von Reformen und ihre Stabilität in Zeiten der Eurokrise – eine experimentelle Untersuchung der Wirksamkeit von Gegenargumenten. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 25(2): 219-245.
  • Osnabrügge, Moritz (2015). The European Commission and the Implementation of its Legislative Programme. European Union Politics 16(2): 241-261.
  • König, Thomas, Marbach, Moritz & Osnabrügge, Moritz (2013). Estimating Party Positions across Countries and Time—A Dynamic Latent Variable Model for Manifesto Data. Political Analysis 21(4): 468-491.