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Bailer, Stefanie. (2018) Quereinsteiger in die Politk.

Betzold, Carola and Weiler, Florian. (2018) Development Aid and Adaptation to Climate Change in Developing Countries. Cham.

Bolleyer, Nicole and Weiler, Florian. (2018) Why Groups Are Politically Active: An Incentive-Theoretical Approach. Comparative political studies, 51 (12). pp. 1628-1660.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2017) To use the whip or not? Whether and when party group leaders use disciplinary measures to achieve voting unity. International Political Science Review. pp. 1-15.

Bailer, Stefanie and Ohmura, Tamaki. (2017) Exploring, Maintaining, and Disengaging - The Three Phases of a Legislator's Life. Legislative Studies Quarterly. pp. 1-28.

Betzold, Carola and Weiler, Florian. (2017) Allocation of aid for adaptation to climate change: Do vulnerable countries receive more support? International environmental agreements, 17 (1). pp. 17-36.

Betzold, Carola and Weiler, Florian. (2016) Aid for adaptation to climate change in Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom. INOGOV Policy Brief, (2).

Bailer, Stefanie. (3 January 2016) Parteien dulden immer seltener abweichende Meinungen. Basler Zeitung. Basel.

Bergmann, Henning and Bailer, Stefanie and Ohmura, Tamaki and Saalfeld, Thomas and Sieberer, Ulrich. (2016) Namentliche Abstimmungen im Bundestag 1949 bis 2013: Befunde aus einem neuen Datensatz. Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen, 47 (1). pp. 26-50.

Bailer, Stefanie and Bütikofer, Sarah. (2015) From Loose Alliances to Professional Political Players: How Swiss Party Groups Changed. Swiss Political Science Review, 21 (4). pp. 556-577.

Bailer, Stefanie and Mattila, Mikko and Schneider, Gerald. (2015) Money Makes the EU Go Round. The Objective Foundations of Conflict in the Council of Ministers. Journal of Common Market Studies, 53 (3). pp. 437-456.

Bailer, Stefanie and Weiler, Florian. (2015) A Political Economy of Positions in Climate Change Negotiations: Economic, Structural, Domestic, and Strategic Explanations. Review of International Organizations, 10 (1). pp. 43-66.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2014) An Agent Dependent on the Member States. Destroying the Myth of the Integrationist and Autonomous European Commission. Journal of European Integration, 36 (1). pp. 37-53.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2014) Interviews and Surveys in Legislative Research. In: Oxford Handbook of Legislative Studies. Oxford, pp. 167-193.

Bailer, Stefanie and Bodenstein, Thilo and Heinrich, Volkhart Finn. (2013) Explaining the Strength of Civil Society: Evidence from Cross-sectional Data. International Political Science Review, 34 (3). pp. 289-309.

Bailer, Stefanie and Meissner, Peter and Ohmura, Tamaki and Selb, Peter. (2013) Seiteneinsteiger im Deutschen Bundestag. Wiesbaden.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2012) Strategies in Climate Change Negotiations: Do Democracies Negotiate Differently. Climate Policy, 12 (5). pp. 534-551.

Bailer, Stefanie and Schulz, Tobias. (2012) The impact of organisational characteristics on political participation: results of a multi-level survey from Switzerland. Swiss Political Science Review, 18 (1). pp. 1-27.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2011) Structural, Domestic, and Strategic Interests in the European Union: Negotiation Positions in the Council of Ministers. Negotiation Journal, 27 (4). pp. 447-475.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2011) What factors determine bargaining power and success in EU Negotiations? In: Negotiation Theory and the EU. The State of the Art. London, UK, pp. 131-145.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2010) What factors determine bargaining power and success in EU negotiations? Journal of European Public Policy, 17 (5). pp. 743-757.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2006) Nationale Interessen in der Europäischen Union : Macht und Verhandlungserfolg im Ministerrat. Campus Forschung, 895. Frankfurt.

Bailer, Stefanie and Schneider, Gerald. (2006) Nash versus Schelling? The Importance of Constraints in Legislative Bargaining. In: The European Union Decides. Cambridge, pp. 153-177.

Bailer, Stefanie. (2003) Förderung von Zivilgesellschaft und Drittem Sektor? Eine Untersuchung der Demokratieförderung der Europäischen Union in der Ukraine und ihrer gesellschaftlichen Wirkung. In: WeltWissen. Entwicklungszusammenarbeit in der Weltgesellschaft. Bielefeld, pp. 107-131.

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Finke, Daniel and Bailer, Stefanie. (2018) Crisis bargaining in the European Union: Formal rules or market pressure? European Union Politics. pp. 1-25.

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Hagemann, Sara and Bailer, Stefanie and Herzog, Alexander. (2019) Signals to Their Parliaments? Governments' Use of Votes and Policy Statements in the EU Council. Journal of Common Market Studies. pp. 1-17.

Huwyler, Oliver and Tatham, Michaël and Blatter, Joachim. (2018) Party politics, institutions, and identity: the dynamics of regional venue shopping in the EU. West European Politics, 41 (3). pp. 754-778.

Huwyler, Oliver. (2017) With, without, or against the state?: How European regions play the Brussels game. Regional Studies, 51 (9). pp. 1440-1441.

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Klöck, Carola and Molenaers, Nadia and Weiler, Florian. (2018) Responsibility, capacity, greenness or vulnerability? What explains the levels of climate aid provided by bilateral donors? Environmental politics, 27 (5). pp. 892-916.

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Lundgren, Magnus and Bailer, Stefanie and Dellmuth, Lisa M. and Tallberg, Jonas and Târlea, Silvana. (2018) Bargaining success in the reform of the Eurozone. European Union Politics. pp. 1-24.

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Ohmura, Tamaki and Bailer, Stefanie and Meissner, Peter and Selb, Peter. (2018) Party Animals, Career changers and other Pathways into Parliament. West European Politics, 41 (1). pp. 169-195.

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Sieberer, Ulrich and Saalfeld, Thomas and Ohmura, Tamaki and Bergmann, Henning and Bailer, Stefanie. (2018) Roll-Call Votes in the German Bundestag: A New Dataset, 1949-2013. British Journal of Political Science. pp. 1-9.

Schneider, Gerald and Finke, Daniel and Bailer, Stefanie. (2010) Bargaining Power in the European Union. An Evaluation of Competing Game-theoretic models. Political Studies, 58 (1). pp. 85-103.

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Târlea, Silvana and Bailer, Stefanie and Degner, Hanno and Dellmuth, Lisa M. and Leuffen, Dirk and Lundgren, Magnus and Tallberg, Jonas and Wasserfallen, Fabio. (2019) Explaining governmental preferences on Economic and Monetary Union Reform. European Union Politics, 20 (1). pp. 24-44.

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Weiler, Florian and Eichenberger, Steven and Mack, Andre and Varone, Frederic. (2019) More Equal than Others: Assessing Economic and Citizen Groups' Access across Policy-making Venues. Governance, 32 (2). pp. 277-293.

Weiler, Florian and Reißmann, Jonas. (2019) Interest group coalitions: how the intensity of cooperation affects the choice of lobbying strategies. Interest Groups & Advocacy, 8 (1). pp. 91-119.

Weiler, Florian and Klöck, Carola and Dornan, Matt. (2018) Vulnerability, good governance, or donor interests? The allocation of aid for climate change adaptation. World Development, 104. pp. 65-77.

Weiler, Florian. (2016) Lobbygruppen im politischen Wettbewerb: Die Auswirkungen des Konkurrenzkampfes unter Interessengruppen auf deren Lobbyverhalten. Swiss Political Science Review, 22 (3). pp. 321-352.

Weiler, Florian and Brändli, Matthias. (2015) Inside versus Outside Lobbying: How the Institutional Framework Shapes the Lobbying Behaviour of Interest Groups. European journal of political research, 54 (4). pp. 745-766.

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