Claudia Landwehr
Claudia Landwehr
Professor of Political Theory and Public Policy, Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz
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Five types of OECD healthcare systems: empirical results of a deductive classification
K Böhm, A Schmid, R Götze, C Landwehr, H Rothgang
Health policy 113 (3), 258-269, 2013
Demokratische Legitimation durch rationale Kommunikation: Theorien deliberativer Demokratie
C Landwehr
Zeitgenössische Demokratietheorie: Band 1: Normative Demokratietheorien, 355-385, 2012
Facilitating deliberation: The role of impartial intermediaries in deliberative mini-publics
C Landwehr
Deliberative mini-publics: Involving citizens in the democratic process, 77-92, 2014
Institutional determinants of deliberative interaction
C Landwehr, K Holzinger
European Political Science Review 2 (3), 373-400, 2010
Populistische Demokratiekonzeptionen und die Wahl der AfD
ND Steiner, C Landwehr
Politische Vierteljahresschrift 59 (3), 463-491, 2018
Classifying OECD healthcare systems: A deductive approach
K Böhm
SFB 597 Staatlichkeit im Wandel, 2012
Discourse and coordination: Modes of interaction and their roles in political decision-making
C Landwehr
Journal of Political Philosophy 18 (1), 101-122, 2010
Democratic meta-deliberation: Towards reflective institutional design
C Landwehr
Political Studies 63 (1_suppl), 38-54, 2015
Where democrats disagree: Citizens’ normative conceptions of democracy
C Landwehr, ND Steiner
Political Studies 65 (4), 786-804, 2017
Delegation and institutional design in health‐care rationing
C Landwehr, K Böhm
Governance 24 (4), 665-688, 2011
Democracy and depression: A cross-national study of depressive symptoms and nonparticipation
C Landwehr, C Ojeda
American Political Science Review 115 (1), 323-330, 2021
Political conflict and political preferences: communicative interaction between facts, norms and interests
C Landwehr
Decision-making between facts, norms and interests. Colchester: ECPR Press, 2009
The uncertain potential of policy-learning: a comparative assessment of three varieties
K Toens, C Landwehr
New Directions in the Study of Policy Transfer, 109-125, 2013
Preferences for referenda: Intrinsic or instrumental? Evidence from a survey experiment
C Landwehr, P Harms
Political Studies 68 (4), 875-894, 2020
Coronakratie: Demokratisches Regieren in Ausnahmezeiten
M Böick, I Borucki, S Bukow, A Busch, P Dausend, F Gadinger, ...
Campus Verlag, 2021
Value congruence in health care priority setting: social values, institutions and decisions in three countries
C Landwehr, D Klinnert
Health Economics, Policy and Law 10 (2), 113-132, 2015
The Europeanization of health care coverage decisions: EU-regulation, policy learning and cooperation in decision-making
K Böhm, C Landwehr
Journal of European Integration 36 (1), 17-35, 2014
Bröckelt der Verfahrenskonsens? Einstellungen zu politischen Entscheidungen und demokratischen Entscheidungsverfahren in Zeiten des Populismus
C Landwehr, T Faas, P Harms
Leviathan, 35-54, 2017
What explains ‘generosity’in the public financing of high-tech drugs? An empirical investigation of 25 OECD countries and 11 controversial drugs
K Böhm, C Landwehr, N Steiner
Journal of European Social Policy 24 (1), 39-55, 2014
Defending democracy against technocracy and populism: Deliberative democracy's strengths and challenges
D Gaus, C Landwehr, R Schmalz‐Bruns
Constellations 27 (3), 335-347, 2020
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