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Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Collaboration The optimalisation of the scheme for winding up mass damage in the financial sector
Secretariat The Democratic Challenge: Shifting Responsibility and Electoral Volatility
Secretariat Continuously Campaigning for Volatile Voters? How policy positions and leadership images affect citizens' vote intentions before and during election campaigns, the Netherlands 2006-2012
Secretariat We the People: How Public Opinion towards Multiculturalism Shapes Political Outcomes
Secretariat The boundaries of solidarity: multi-level governance and redistribution
Secretariat Domestic and International Determinants of Election Violence
Secretariat Politics at the Intersection: Gender and Ethnicity in Parliamentary Representation
Secretariat Holding Governments Accountable in Times of Austerity: An Experimental Study of Voters
Secretariat Why interests organize on only some issues: Assessing the density and diversity of interest organizations in Western Europe
Secretariat Towards a social theory of corporate governance: Interaction, Incentives and information in Private and Semi-public managerial decision-making
Secretariat Adrift or adroit? On the sources of electoral volatility in the Netherlands, 2006-2010
Secretariat Human Rights Promotion and Peacemaking
Secretariat Constructions of justice and legitimacy: defence and prosecution discourses before international criminal courts
Secretariat Unity in diversity: Qualitative and quantitative analyses of the detrimental effects of ethnicity and ethnic diversity on social capital
Secretariat Newly governing parties: success or failure?
Secretariat Providing an Infrastructure for Research on Electoral Democracy in the European Union (PIREDEU)
Secretariat Politicizing Europe? A study of partisan and media framing of EU issues in national elections
Secretariat Explaining media personalization
Secretariat Social Justice and the New Welfare State: What Does Justice between Parents and Non-Parents, Justice between Caring Men and Women, and Justice for the Elderly Entail?

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