Publications

Höhmann, D. and Krauss, S. (2021) “Complements or Substitutes? The Interdependence between Coalition Agreements and Parliamentary Questions as Monitoring Mechanisms in Coalition Governments”, Parliamentary affairs. Oxford University Press, p. gsab002. doi: 10.1093/pa/gsab002.   
Sieberer, U. and Höhmann, D. (2021) “Do Party System Parameters Explain Differences in Legislative Organization? Fragmentation, Ideological Polarization, and the Density of Regulation in European Parliaments, 1945-2009”, Party politics, pp. 1–14. doi: 10.1177/13540688211002490.   
Höhmann, D. and Sieberer, U. (2020) “Parliamentary Questions as a Monitoring Device in Coalition Governments”, West European Politics, 43(1), pp. 225–249.   
Höhmann, D. (2020) “When Do Men Represent Women’s Interests in Parliament? How the Presence of Women in Parliament Affects the Behavior of Male Politicians”, Swiss Political Science Review, 26(1), pp. 31–50.   
Höhmann, D. (2020) “When do Female MPs Represent Women’s Interests? Electoral Systems and the Legislative Behavior of Women”, Political Research Quarterly, 73(4), pp. 834–847.   
Höhmann, D. and Tober, T. (2018) “Electoral Rules and Partisan Control of Government: A Replication Study”, The journal of politics, 80(1), pp. 342–347.   
Höhmann, D. and Sieberer, U. (2017) “Shadow Chairs as Monitoring Devices? A Comparative Analysis of Committee Chair Powers in Western European Parliaments”, Journal of Legislative Studies, 23(3), pp. 301–325.   
Höhmann, D. (2017) “Delegationsprobleme in Koalitionsregierungen. Ausschussvorsitzende als Instrument der gegenseitigen Kontrolle von Regierungsparteien in den deutschen Bundesländern”, Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 58(4), pp. 593–617.   
Höhmann, D. (2017) “Frauen in politischen Spitzenämtern: Die Ernennung von weiblichen Ministern in die Landeskabinette der deutschen Bundesländer”, Zeitschrift für vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, 11(3), pp. 391–416.   
Höhmann, D. (2017) “The Effect of Legislature Size on Public Spending. Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design”, Public choice, 173(3), pp. 345–367.