Replication Materials

Replication data for: When do men MPs claim to represent women in plenary debates—Time-series cross-sectional evidence from the German states.

Kroeber, Corinna. 2022. "Replication data for: When do men MPs claim to represent women in plenary debates—Time-series cross-sectional evidence from the German states", Political Research Quarterly, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: Cabinet reshuffles and prime-ministerial performance in Central and Eastern Europe.

Grotz, Florian; Kroeber, Corinna and Marko Kukec. 2022. "Replication data for: Cabinet reshuffles and prime-ministerial performance in Central and Eastern Europe", Government & Opposition, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: How parties redefine their positions if they are led by a woman: Empirical evidence for women’s green, alternative, and libertarian agenda.

Kroeber, Corinna. 2021. “Replication data for: How parties redefine their positions if they are led by a woman: Empirical evidence for women’s green, alternative, and libertarian agenda”, European Journal of Political Research, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: It’s a long way to the top – Women’s career paths to prestigious offices.

Kroeber, Corinna and Joanna Hüffelmann. 2021 “It’s a long way to the top – Women’s career paths to prestigious offices”, Politics & Gender, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: Career profiles and prime-ministerial performance in Central and Eastern European democracies.

Florian Grotz, Ferdinand Müller-Rommel, Jan Berz, Corinna Kroeber Und Marko Kukec. 2021. "Replication Data for: How Political Careers affect Prime-Ministerial Performance: Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe", Comparative Political Studies, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: Every single word – A new database on legislative behavior in Germany since 1949.

Tobias Remschel and Corinna Kroeber. 2020. "Every single word – A new database on legislative behavior in Germany since 1949", Government and Opposition, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: How individuals’ social characteristics impact the likelihood to waste a vote – Evidence from Great Britain, Germany and France.

Corinna Kroeber, Cal Le Gall, and Sarah C. Dingler. 2020. "How individuals’ social characteristics impact the likelihood to waste a vote – evidence from Great Britain, Germany and France", Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: What explains variation in minority empowerment? Power-sharing and autonomy rights in post-communist countries.

Nina Guérin and Corinna Kroeber. 2019. “What explains variation in minority empowerment? Power-sharing and autonomy rights in post-communist countries”, Balkan Social Science Review, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: How to measure the substantive representation of traditionally excluded groups in comparative research: A literature review and new data.

Corinna Kroeber. 2018. "How to Measure the Substantive Representation of Traditionally Excluded Groups in Comparative Research: A Literature Review and New Data", Representation, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: Growing numbers, growing influence? A comparative study of policy congruence between parliaments and citizens of immigrant origin. 

Corinna Kroeber. 2017. “Growing numbers, growing influence? A comparative study of policy congruence between parliaments and citizens of immigrant origin”, European Journal of Political Research, Harvard Dataverse, V1.

 

Replication data for: Do parliaments underrepresent women’s policy preferences? Exploring gender equality in policy congruence in 21 European democracies.

Sarah C. Dingler, Corinna Kroeber, and Jessica Fortin-Rittberger. “Do parliaments underrepresent women’s policy preferences? Exploring gender equality in policy congruence in 21 European democracies”, Journal of European Public Policy, Harvard Dataverse, V1.