Monika Mühlböck
Monika Mühlböck
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Vienna
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National versus European: Party control over members of the European Parliament
M Mühlböck
West European Politics 35 (3), 607-631, 2012
Desperate entrepreneurs: no opportunities, no skills
M Mühlböck, JR Warmuth, M Holienka, B Kittel
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 14, 975-997, 2018
‘Scarred’young entrepreneurs. Exploring young adults’ transition from former unemployment to self-employment
O Dvouletý, M Mühlböck, J Warmuth, B Kittel
Journal of Youth Studies 21 (9), 1159-1181, 2018
Tracing the selection bias in roll call votes: party group cohesion in the European Parliament
N Yordanova, M Mühlböck
European Political Science Review 7 (3), 373-399, 2015
Perceived economic self-sufficiency: A country-and generation-comparative approach
J Tosun, JL Arco-Tirado, M Caserta, Z Cemalcilar, M Freitag, F Hörisch, ...
European Political Science 18, 510-531, 2019
Responsiveness to different national interests: Voting behaviour on genetically modified organisms in the council of the European Union
M Mühlböck, J Tosun
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 56 (2), 385-402, 2018
Linking Council and European Parliament? Voting unity of national parties in bicameral EU decision-making
M Mühlböck
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (4), 571-588, 2013
The Council, the European Parliament, and the paradox of inter-institutional cooperation
M Mühlböck, B Rittberger
European Integration online Papers (EIoP) 19, 2015
When legislators choose not to decide: Abstentions in the European Parliament
M Mühlböck, N Yordanova
European Union Politics 18 (2), 323-336, 2017
Extreme pessimists? Expected socioeconomic downward mobility and the political attitudes of young adults
EC Mitrea, M Mühlböck, J Warmuth
Political Behavior 43 (2), 785-811, 2021
Voting unity of national parties in bicameral EU decision-making: speaking with one voice?
M Mühlböck
Springer, 2016
Theoretical vs. empirical power indices: Do preferences matter?
H Badinger, M Mühlböck, E Nindl, WH Reuter
European journal of political economy 36, 158-176, 2014
Theoretical vs. empirical power indices: Do preferences matter?
H Badinger, M Mühlböck, E Nindl, WH Reuter
European journal of political economy 36, 158-176, 2014
Party group cohesion in the European Parliament: Tracing the bias in roll-call votes
M Mühlböck, N Yordanova
Available at SSRN 2173785, 2012
Information, reflection, and successful job search: A labor market policy experiment
M Mühlböck, F Kalleitner, N Steiber, B Kittel
Social Policy & Administration 56 (1), 48-72, 2022
What’s the benefit of a video? The effect of nonmaterial incentives on response rate and bias in web surveys
F Kalleitner, M Mühlböck, B Kittel
Social Science Computer Review 40 (3), 700-716, 2022
Reaching the unreachables: A panel survey among unemployed young adults in Austria and recommendations on how to decrease nonresponse and attrition
M Mühlböck, N Steiber, B Kittel
Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 47 (2), 35-48, 2018
Deciding over controversial issues: Voting behavior in the Council and the European Parliament on genetically modified organisms
M Muhlbock, J Tosun
GMCC-15: Seventh GMCC, November 17-20, 2015, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2015
Cultural Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency and Entrepreneurship. An Overview of Theoretical Perspectives on Micro Mechanisms
JR Warmuth, B Kittel, N Steiber, M Mühlböck
CUPESSE working paper 1, 2015). Heidelberg/Mannheim, available at https …, 2015
Learning to keep the faith? Further education and perceived employability among young unemployed
M Mühlböck, N Steiber, B Kittel
Economic and Industrial Democracy 43 (2), 705-725, 2022
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