Bernd Luig
Bernd Luig
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Policy change without government change? German gridlock after the 2002 election
T König, T Blume, B Luig
German Politics 12 (2), 86-146, 2003
292003
Party ideology and legislative agendas: Estimating contextual policy positions for the study of EU decision-making
T König, B Luig
European Union Politics 13 (4), 604-625, 2012
242012
Legislative gridlock and bureaucratic politics in the European Union
D Junge, T König, B Luig
British Journal of Political Science 45 (4), 777-797, 2015
232015
Measuring policy positions of veto players in parliamentary democracies
T König, B Luig, SO Proksch, JB Slapin
Reform Processes and Policy Change, 69-95, 2011
162011
German ‘lexiconspace’: policy positions and their legislative context
T König, B Luig
German Politics 18 (3), 345-364, 2009
122009
Sachverständige und der Einfluss von Expertise auf Reformen: eine räumliche Analyse der Föderalismusreform II
T König, B Luig, SM Solomon
Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik 11 (3), 307-323, 2010
92010
Ministerial gatekeeping and parliamentary involvement in the implementation process of EU directives
T König, B Luig
Public Choice 160 (3-4), 501-519, 2014
42014
Politikwandel ohne Regierungswechsel? Eine Anwendung der Vetospielertheorie zur Abschätzung der Politik in Deutschland nach den Wahlen 2002
T König, B Luig, T Blume, A Danila, I Spatz
Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen, 508-530, 2003
32003
The impact of EU decision-making on national parties’ attitudes towards European integration
T König, B Luig
European Union Politics 18 (3), 362-381, 2017
22017
The impact of EU decision-making on national parties’ attitudes towards European integration
T König, B Luig
European Union Politics 18 (3), 362-381, 2017
22017
Sven-Oliver Proksch und Jonathan B Slapin. 2010. Measuring Policy Positions of Veto Players in Parliamentary Democracies
T König, B Luig
Reform Processes and Policy Change. Veto Players and Decision-Making in …, 0
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