Research and Publications

  • Sieberer, Ulrich and Daniel Höhmann (2021). “Do Party System Parameters Explain Differences in Legislative Organization? Fragmentation, Ideological Polarization, and the Density of Regulation in European Parliaments, 1945-2009.” Party Politics. OnlineFirst.
  • Höhmann, Daniel and Svenja Krauss (2021). “Substitutes or Complements? The Interdependence between Coalition Agreements and Parliamentary Questions as Monitoring Mechanisms in Coalition Governments.” Parliamentary Affairs. OnlineFirst.
  • Höhmann, Daniel (2020). “When Do Men Represent Women’s Interests in Parliament? How the Presence of Women in Parliament Affects the Behavior of Male Politicians.” Swiss Political Science Review 26(1): 31-50.
    • Winner of the Fritz-Thyssen-Award for the best paper published in a leading German social science journal in 2020.
  • Höhmann, Daniel (2017). “The Effect of Legislature Size on Public Spending. Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design.” Public Choice 173(3): 345-367.
  • Höhmann, Daniel (2017). “Delegationsprobleme in Koalitionsregierungen. Ausschussvorsitzende als Instrument der gegenseitigen Kontrolle von Regierungsparteien in den deutschen Bundesländern.“ Politische Vierteljahresschrift 58(4): 593-617.
Working Papers
  • Höhmann, Daniel. “Political Parties, Issue Salience, and the Appointment of Female Ministers.”
  • Höhmann, Daniel, Bailer, Stefanie, and Christian Breunig. “The Gendered Assessment of Public Opinion.”
  • Höhmann, Daniel and Denise Traber. “Inequality and Polarization.”
Media and Blog Posts

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