R&P Special Issue: European elections 2019

Research & Politics Special Issue: European Elections 2019

This Special Issue was published exactly one year later, after the 2019 European elections, on the initiative of Prof. Michael Kaeding and Stefan Haußner. Within the framework of the Special Issue, a total of six articles by eleven authors have been published, which are accessible to the public via "open access".

Here you can find the website of the Special Issue.

Here you can find all articles published in the Special Issue:


    Daniel, W. T., & Obholzer, L. (2020). Reaching out to the voter? Campaigning on Twitter during the 2019 European elections. Research & Politics.

    Gattermann, K., & de Vreese, C. (2020). Awareness of Spitzenkandidaten in the 2019 European elections: The effects of news exposure in domestic campaign contexts. Research & Politics.

    Haußner, S., & Kaeding, M. (2020). Political equality without social equality? Social distortion of voter turnout in the European elections 2019 across nine European capitals. Research & Politics.

    Heidbreder, E. G., & Schade, D. (2020). (Un)settling the precedent: Contrasting institutionalisation dynamics in the spitzenkandidaten procedure of 2014 and 2019. Research & Politics.

    Hurka, S., & Kaplaner, C. (2020). Are popular and powerful committees more representative? Evidence from the ninth European Parliament. Research & Politics.

    Treib, O. (2020). Exploring mainstream Euroscepticism: Similarities and differences between Eurosceptic claims of centre-right and radical right parties. Research & Politics.

25.-26 November 2019Research & Politics Special Issue: European Elections 2019 Conference

Vom 25.-26. November 2019 organisiert der Europalehrstuhl des Instituts für Politikwissenschaft einen Autor*innen-Workshop im Rahmen des Special Issues zur Europawahl 2019 in Research&Politics (open access).

Weitere Informationen zum Workshop finden Sie hier.