Articles with peer review

Other journal articles

Contributions in edited volumes

Working papers

  • Behrens, L., D. Nyhuis & T. Gschwend. Coalition policymaking and opposition legislative review: Bill scrutiny as an intra-party signaling device.
  • Behrens, L., D. Nyhuis & T. Gschwend. Issue salience and the substance of legislative review by opposition parties.
  • Block, S., M. Gross, D. Nyhuis & J. Velimsky. How contextual factors homogenize the representational behavior of political parties: Evidence from parliamentary questions at the local level in Germany.
  • Hellmann, D., D. Nyhuis & F. Münchow. Wenn die Stimme zu spät kommt: Aufkommen und Determinanten des verspäteten Eingangs von Wahlbriefen.
  • Nyhuis, D. Populist ideology and political competition in a fragmented party system: Why Germany should embrace minority governments.
  • Nyhuis, D. Wie institutionelle Hürden die soziale Schichtung der Wahl verschärfen: Das Beispiel von Formfehlern bei der Briefwahl.
  • Nyhuis, D., S. Block, M. Gross & J. Velimsky. Parliamentary control in mixed institutional settings: Evidence from parliamentary questions in German city councils.
  • Nyhuis, D., S. Block, M. Gross & J. Velimsky. Beyond the government-opposition divide: Executive control in multilevel politics.
  • Nyhuis, D., M. Harmening & F. Münchow. The difficulty of voting by mail: In search of best practices.
  • Nyhuis, D. & M. Henneke. Representation beyond the district: A party-level rationale for geographic representation.
  • Nyhuis, D. & M. Henneke. Geographic representation in parliamentary questions: The benefits of Wikipedia for automated analyses of legislative text.
  • Nyhuis, D. & F. Münchow. Implementing the mail ballot: Gauging voter preferences using a discrete choice experiment.
  • Nyhuis, D., O. Rittmann & T. Ringwald. The procedural deliberative quality of parliamentary proceedings: Insights from an automated analysis of plenary video footage.
  • Nyhuis, D., T. Zittel & M. Henneke. The politicization of social divisions in legislative contexts: A dictionary-based analysis of parliamentary questions in the German Bundestag.
  • Rittmann, O., T. Ringwald & D. Nyhuis. Public opinion and emphatic legislative speech: Evidence from an automated video analysis.
  • Rittmann, O., D. Nyhuis & T. Ringwald. The parliamentary attention deficit disorder: Procedural deliberative quality and gendered legislative interactions.
  • Velimsky, J., S. Block, M. Gross & D. Nyhuis. Political representation at the local level in Germany: Who gets elected and why?