2019

Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen (ZParl) 1/2019

Occupational structure of German Members of Parliament

Melanie Kintz and Malte Cordes analyzed the occupational occupational structure of the 19th German Bundestag. Following on from earlier publications on the sociology of parliamentarians, they identify changes that the first chamber of the German parliament underwent following the 2017 elections.

The article is published in: ZParl, Vol. 50 (2019), Issue 1, pp. 42-58.

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Sachsen-Anhalt - eine politische Landeskunde

Landtag of Saxony-Anhalt

In this article, Benjamin Höhne examines the functional principles of state parliamentarism and the organization of the state parliament in Saxony-Anhalt.

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Sachsen-Anhalt - eine politische Landeskunde

Parties in Saxony-Anhalt

In their contribution, Benjamin Höhne and Anastasia Pyschny provide an insight into the programmatic work and organizational structure of the most important parties in Saxony-Anhalt.

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böll.brief Demokratie & Gesellschaft #11

Politics is (not) a men's business?

In the current issue of böll.brief, Benjamin Höhne calls on the parties, in the midst of the debate on parité laws and possibilities for gender-equitable representation, to address existing reform options and to increase incentives for participation.

You can read the study here: böll.brief

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