Working papers

Elff, Martin. 2023. “Models for multicategorical responses - Testing the hypothesis of constant probability”.

Dassonneville, Ruth, Martin Elff, and Kamil Marcinkiewicz. 2022. “The Transformation of Religious Cleavages in Western Europe: A Comparative Analysis”.

Elff, Martin. 2022. “Much Ado About Not Very Much? Clarifying the Confusion about Models for Categorical Dependent Variables”.

Elff, Martin. 2022. “The RiLe Index of Party Ideology - A Reductio”.

Elff, Martin and Sigrid Roßteutscher. 2022. “Education as a new cleavage? The relevance of class, education, and income in a long-term perspective”.

Elff, Martin. 2021. “Valence or Position? Both! A Unified Conception of Party Competition and Its Implication for the Model-Based Reconstruction of Parties’ Political Profiles from Their Manifestos”.

Rajski, Hannah and Martin Elff. 2021. “Political Context and the Formation of Party Identification in the United States”.

Elff, Martin. 2019. “Consideration Sets and Finite Mixtures: A New Approach to the Analysis of Strategic Voting”.

Elff, Martin. 2018. “Strategic Voting and Ticket-Splitting in Mixed Electoral Systems: A Finite-Mixture Approach Applied to the Case of Germany”.

Elff, Martin. 2017. “Party Families Beyond Left and Right: Contrasting Conceptions of Party Ideology”.

Elff, Martin. 2015. “The Crisis of Social Democracy and the Political Demobilisation of the Working Class in Germany”.

Elff, Martin, Spyros Kosmidis, and Andras Murr. 2014. “Campaign Dynamics and Mixed Incentives for Strategic Voting:The Case of the UK Parliamentary Elections of 2010”.

Elff, Martin. 2013. “On the Distinctiveness of Party Families”.

Elff, Martin. 2009. “Political Knowledge in Comparative Perspective: The Problem of Cross-National Equivalence of Measurement”.