Martin Vinæs Larsen
Martin Vinæs Larsen
Associate Professor, Political Science, Aarhus University
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Do survey estimates of the public’s compliance with COVID-19 regulations suffer from social desirability bias?
M Larsen, J Nyrup, MB Petersen
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 3 (2), 2020
When do citizens respond politically to the local economy? Evidence from registry data on local housing markets
MV Larsen, F Hjorth, PT Dinesen, KM Sønderskov
American Political Science Review 113 (2), 499-516, 2019
Party brands and voting
SW Nielsen, MV Larsen
Electoral Studies 33, 153-165, 2014
When does accommodation work? Electoral effects of mainstream left position taking on immigration
F Hjorth, MV Larsen
British Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 949-957, 2022
Sheltering populists? House prices and the support for populist parties
B Ansell, F Hjorth, J Nyrup, MV Larsen
The Journal of Politics 84 (3), 1420-1436, 2022
Reducing bias in citizens’ perception of crime rates: Evidence from a field experiment on burglary prevalence
M Vinæs Larsen, A Leth Olsen
The Journal of Politics 82 (2), 747-752, 2020
How election polls shape voting behaviour
JO Dahlgaard, JH Hansen, KM Hansen, MV Larsen
Scandinavian Political Studies 40 (3), 330-343, 2017
How are voters influenced by opinion polls? The effect of polls on voting behavior and party sympathy
JO Dahlgaard, JH Hansen, KM Hansen, MV Larsen
World Political Science 12 (2), 283-300, 2016
Can Information Increase Turnout in European Parliament Elections? Evidence From a Quasi‐Experiment in Denmark
E Hogh, MV Larsen
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54 (6), 1495-1508, 2016
How campaigns enhance European issues voting during European Parliament elections
D Beach, KM Hansen, MV Larsen
Political Science Research and Methods 6 (4), 791-808, 2018
Economic conditions affect support for prime minister parties in Scandinavia
M Vinæs Larsen
Scandinavian Political Studies 39 (3), 226-241, 2016
Is the relationship between political responsibility and electoral accountability causal, adaptive and policy-specific?
MV Larsen
Political Behavior 41 (4), 1071-1098, 2019
Putting a number on preferences: How numerical attitudes are shaped by ideology and equivalency framing
RT Pedersen, MV Larsen
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (3), 528-548, 2019
The CEBUS project: History and overview
M Larsen, P Madsen
Interbull bulletin, 3-3, 1999
Regression to causality: Regression-style presentation influences causal attribution
MJ Bordacconi, MV Larsen
Research & Politics 1 (2), 2053168014548092, 2014
How do voters hold politicians accountable for personal welfare? Evidence of a self-serving bias
MV Larsen
The Journal of Politics 83 (2), 740-752, 2021
Can Citizens Set City Policy? Evidence from a Decentralized Welfare State
B Egerod, M Larsen
Urban Affairs Review 57 (4), 1178-1195, 2021
Incumbent tenure crowds out economic voting
MV Larsen
British Journal of Political Science 51 (2), 646-665, 2021
Do survey estimates of the public’s compliance with COVID-19 regulations suffer from social desirability bias? PsyArXiv
MV Larsen, MB Petersen, J Nyrup
Socialdemokratiets kamp om magten
MV Larsen, W Faarvang, C Therkelsen
Politica 52 (3), 234-249, 2020
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