Ongoing Research

  • "Wirtschaftsgeographische Perspektiven auf globale Entwicklungsdynamiken von Sozialpolitik" (with Ivo Mossig; forthcoming in Geographische Zeitschrift).
  • "The ties that bind. Text similarities and the conditional diffusion of party policies" (with Martin Rachuj; under review).
  • "Party Movements, Electoral Systems, and Income Inequality" (with Sven Kosanke and Philipp Harfst; under review).
  • "Should I Stay or Should I Go? A Bayesian Learning Framework for Explaining Ideological Change".

Working Paper and Reports

  • Jahn, Detlef, Nils Düpont, and Martin Rachuj. 2017. Left-Right Party Ideology in 36 OECD Countries. Greifswald Comparative Politics - Working Paper Series, WP 10. University of Greifswald. Download PDF External Link
  • Jahn, Detlef, and Nils Düpont. 2015. Estimating the Position of the European Union. A Tool for Macro-Quantitative Studies. KFG Working Paper Series 65. Free University, Berlin. Download PDF External Link
  • Jahn, Detlef, Kati Kuitto, Nils Düpont, and Sebastian Stephan. 2014. Uneven Responsiveness to Diffusion Effects? Regional Patterns of Unemployment Policy Diffusion in Western and Eastern Europe? CWED Working Paper Series, WP 02. University of Connecticut/University of Greifswald. Download PDF External Link
  • Kuitto, Kati, Detlef Jahn, and Nils Düpont. 2012. Welfare Policy Institutions in the Enlarged EU – Convergence, Divergence or Persistence? Greifswald Comparative Politics - Working Paper Series, WP 01. University of Greifswald. Download PDF External Link
  • Jahn, Detlef, Kati Kuitto, and Nils Düpont. 2011. Interim Report of the Research Project "Welfare Policies in the Enlarged Europe". University of Greifswald. Project Page

Thesis

Düpont, Nils. 2017. (Ir)Rational Choices? The Impact of Learning on Party Policy Moves. University of Greifswald. Download PDF

Supervisors: Prof. Detlef Jahn (University of Greifswald) and Prof. Thomas M. Meyer (University of Vienna; now Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)

Bibliographical information at Deutsche Nationalbibliothek: http://d-nb.info/1136592660