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All in the family: Partisan disagreement and electoral mobilization in intimate networks—A spillover experiment
F Foos, EA De Rooij
American Journal of Political Science 61 (2), 289-304, 2017
542017
Tabloid media campaigns and public opinion: Quasi-experimental evidence on Euroscepticism in England
F Foos, D Bischof
American Political Science Review 116 (1), 19-37, 2022
38*2022
Parties are no civic charities: Voter contact and the changing partisan composition of the electorate
F Foos, P John
Political Science Research and Methods 6 (2), 283-298, 2018
34*2018
The role of partisan cues in voter mobilization campaigns: Evidence from a randomized field experiment
F Foos, EA De Rooij
Electoral Studies 45, 63-74, 2017
332017
Does exposure to gender role models increase women’s political ambition? A field experiment with politicians
F Foos, F Gilardi
Journal of Experimental Political Science 7 (3), 157-166, 2020
242020
The national effects of subnational representation: access to regional parliaments and national electoral performance
E Dinas, F Foos
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 12 (1), 1-35, 2017
202017
Does social media promote civic activism? A field experiment with a civic campaign
F Foos, L Kostadinov, N Marinov, F Schimmelfennig
Political Science Research and Methods 9 (3), 500-518, 2021
14*2021
The Parliamentary Candidate as Persuader: Evidence from randomized candidate-voter interactions
F Foos
Working paper. http://www. florianfoos. net/resources …, 2018
9*2018
Advantages, challenges and limitations of audit experiments with constituents
D Bischof, G Cohen, S Cohen, F Foos, PM Kuhn, K Nanou, N Visalvanich, ...
Political Studies Review 20 (2), 192-200, 2022
62022
Social mobilization in partisan spaces
F Foos, P John, C Mueller, K Cunningham
The Journal of Politics 83 (3), 1190-1197, 2021
62021
Mobilizing party activism: A field experiment with party members and sympathizers
G Neuenschwander, F Foos
Electoral Studies 72, 102341, 2021
52021
Bringing the party back in: mobilization and persuasion in constituency election campaigns
F Foos
University of Oxford, 2015
52015
Beyond the Submerged State: Exploring the Limits of Policy-Based Mobilization
J Carpenter, F Foos
annual conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 7, 2016
42016
Introduction to Symposium: Experiments with Politicians: Ethics, Power, and the Boundaries of Political Science
P John, F Foos
Political Studies Review 20 (2), 169-174, 2022
32022
Making the Case for Democracy
A Wuttke, F Foos
SocArXiv. https://doi. org/10.31235/osf. io/qrcmw, 2021
32021
Null Effects of Pro-democracy Speeches by US Republicans in the Aftermath of January 6th
A Wuttke, F Sichart, F Foos
SocArXiv, 2022
12022
Nag Him, Nag Her: Is Voter Mobilization within Households Gendered?
EA de Rooij, F Foos, V Cheng-Matsuno
Canadian Political Science Annual Conference Vancouver, Canada, June, 4-6, 2019
12019
Voter Mobilization in Intimate Networks
F Foos, EA de Rooij
12019
Do text messages increase voter registration? Evidence from RCTs with a local authority and an advocacy organisation in the UK
V Cheng-Matsuno, F Foos, P John, A Unan
Electoral Studies 81, 102572, 2023
2023
Using the Party as a Shield? How British MPs Explain Policy Positions to Constituents
D Bischof, V Cheng-Matsuno, G Cohen, S Cohen, F Foos, PM Kuhn, ...
OSF Preprints, 2022
2022
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