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Bernauer, Julian; Vatter, Adrian (2019). Power Diffusion and Democracy. Institutions, Deliberation and Outcomes. Cambridge University Press 10.1017/9781108649629


Müller, Sean; Bernauer, Julian (2018). Party unity in federal disunity: determinants of decentralised policy-seeking in Switzerland. West European politics, 41(3), pp. 565-593. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/01402382.2017.1395254


Bernauer, Julian; Vatter, Adrian (2016). Conflict, Choice or Geography? Explaining Patterns of Democracy in Continental Europe. European journal of political research, 56(2), pp. 251-278. Blackwell Publishing 10.1111/1475-6765.12174

Bernauer, Julian; Bühlmann, Marc; Vatter, Adrian; Germann, Micha (2016). Taking the multidimensionality of democracy seriously: institutional patterns and the quality of democracy. European political science review, 8(3), pp. 473-494. Cambridge University Press 10.1017/S1755773915000132

Bochsler, Daniel; Müller, Sean; Bernauer, Julian (2016). An Ever Closer Union? The Nationalisation of Political Parties in Switzerland, 1991–2015. Swiss political science review / Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 22(1), pp. 29-40. Wiley 10.1111/spsr.12205


Bernauer, Julian; Giger, Nathalie; Rosset, Jan (2015). Mind the gap: Do proportional electoral systems foster a more equal representation of women and men, poor and rich? International Political Science Review, 36(1), pp. 78-98. Sage 10.1177/0192512113498830

Bernauer, Julian (2015). Ethnic Politics, Regime Support and Conflict in Central and Eastern Europe. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan 10.1057/9781137481696

Bernauer, Julian; Müller, Sean (2015). Einheit in der Vielfalt? Ausmass und Gründe der Nationalisierung von Schweizer Parteien. In: Freitag, Markus; Vatter, Adrian (eds.) Wahlen und Wählerschaft in der Schweiz. Politik und Gesellschaft in der Schweiz: Vol. 3 (pp. 325-353). Zürich: NZZ Libro


Bernauer, Julian; Giger, Nathalie; Vatter, Adrian (2014). New Patterns of Democracy in the Countries of the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems. In: Thomassen, Jacques (ed.) Elections and Democracy. Representation and Accountability. Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (pp. 20-37). Oxford: Oxford University Press 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198716334.003.0002

Bernauer, Julian; Munzert, Simon (2014). Loyal to the Game? Strategic Policy Representation in Mixed Electoral Systems. Representation - the journal of representative democracy, 50(1), pp. 83-97. Routledge 10.1080/00344893.2014.902221

Bochsler, Daniel; Bernauer, Julian (2014). Strategic Incentives in Unconventional Electoral Systems: Introduction to the Special Issue. Representation - the journal of representative democracy, 50(1), pp. 1-12. Routledge 10.1080/00344893.2014.902214

Manatschal, Anita; Bernauer, Julian (31 January 2014). Consenting to Include? Empirical Types of Democracy and Integration Policy (Unpublished). In: SVPW Jahreskonferenz „Schweizer Politik im Umbruch?“. Bern. 30.-31.01.2014.


Vatter, Adrian; Flinders, Matthew; Bernauer, Julian (2013). A Global Trend towards Democratic Convergence? A Lijphartian Analysis of Advanced Democracies. Comparative political studies, 47(6), pp. 903-929. Sage Publications 10.1177/0010414013488553

Rosset, Jan; Giger, Nathalie; Bernauer, Julian (2013). More Money, Fewer Problems? Cross-Level Effects of Economic Deprivation on Political Representation. West European politics, 36(4), pp. 817-835. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/01402382.2013.783353

Bernauer, Julian (2013). Ethnicity and Strategic Voting in the 1998 Ukrainian Elections. In: Stojanovic, Nenad; Weinblum, Sharon; Danero Iglesias, Julien (eds.) New Nation-States and National Minorities (pp. 209-230). Colchester: ECPR Press


Bernauer, Julian; Vatter, Adrian (2012). Can't get no satisfaction with the Westminster model? Winners, losers and the effects of consensual and direct democratic institutions on satisfaction with democracy. European journal of political research, 51(4), pp. 435-468. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing 10.1111/j.1475-6765.2011.02007.x

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