Christoph Nguyen
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The Oxford handbook of historical institutionalism
O Fioretos, TG Falleti, A Sheingate
Oxford University Press, 2016
1332016
Are the unemployed less politically involved? A comparative study of internal political efficacy
P Marx, C Nguyen
European Sociological Review 32 (5), 634-648, 2016
532016
Causality and time in historical institutionalism
J Mahoney, K Mohamedali, C Nguyen
The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism, 71-88, 2016
352016
Anti‐elite parties and political inequality: How challenges to the political mainstream reduce income gaps in internal efficacy
P Marx, C Nguyen
European Journal of Political Research 57 (4), 919-940, 2018
242018
Political participation in European welfare states: does social investment matter?
P Marx, CG Nguyen
Journal of European Public Policy 25 (6), 912-943, 2018
142018
Labour market insecurity and generalized trust in welfare state context
C Nguyen
European Sociological Review 33 (2), 225-239, 2017
102017
Does democracy promote capital account liberalization?
DA Steinberg, SC Nelson, C Nguyen
Review of International Political Economy 25 (6), 854-883, 2018
92018
Emotions and populist support
C Nguyen
SocArXiv, 2019
82019
Antiasiatischer Rassismus in Deutschland
K Suda, SJ Mayer, C Nguyen
Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte 70 (42/44), 2020
52020
Angry reactionary narcissists? Anger activates the link between narcissism and right-populist party support
SJ Mayer, CG Nguyen
Politics and Governance 9 (3), 248-259, 2021
22021
From Specific Worries to Generalized Anger: The Emotional Dynamics of Right-Wing Political Populism
CG Nguyen, M Salmela, C Scheve
The Palgrave Handbook of Populism, 145-160, 2022
12022
Föderale Leitbilder als verfassungspolitischer Handlungsrahmen im deutschen Bundesstaat
S Kropp, C Nguyen
Reformbaustelle Bundesstaat, 159-186, 2020
2020
Spirals of Stigmatization and Social Exclusion: The Effect of Long-Term Unemployment and Welfare Transfers
M Wulfgramm, P Marx, C Nguyen
29th Annual Meeting, 2017
2017
Steffen Mau: Inequality, Marketization and the Majority Class: Why Did the European Middle Classes Accept Neo-Liberalism?
C Nguyen
Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review 53 (03), 484-487, 2017
2017
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