Carolina Plescia, BA MA PhD

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carolina.plescia@univie.ac.at

Universitätsassistentin (Post-Doc) 

Carolina Plescia hat ihr Doktorat im November 2013 am Trinity College in Dublin, mit einer Dissertation zu Wahlverhalten in 'mixed member' Wahlsystemen, unter der Betreuung von Professor Michael Marsh und Kenneth Benoit, absolviert. Danach hat sie ihre Anstellung am Institut für Staatswissenschaften an der Universität Wien angetreten. Ihre Dissertation wurde mit dem ECPR Jean Blondel PhD Preis für die beste politikwissenschaftliche Doktorarbeit 2014 ausgezeichnet.

Forschungsinteressen: vergleichendes Wahlverhalten, Koalitionsregierungen, Repräsentationen und Forschungsmethoden.

 

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Bücher

Plescia, Carolina (2016) Split-ticket voting in mixed-member electoral systems: a theoretical and methodological investigation. (ECPR press)

 

Artikel im Erscheinen

Plescia, Carolina. On the Mismeasurement of Sincere and Strategic Voting in Mixed-Member Electoral Systems. Forthcoming in Electoral Studies.

Plescia, Carolina. Portfolio-specific accountability and retrospective voting: The case of Italy. Forthcoming in Italian Political Science Review.

Plescia, Carolina and Staniek, Magdalena. In the Eye of the Beholder: Voters' Perceptions of Party Policy Shifts. Forthcoming in West European Politics.

Plescia, Carolina and Kritzinger, Sylvia. Credit or Debit? The Effect of Issue Ownership on Retrospective Economic Voting. Forthcoming in Acta Politica.

Nyhuis, Dominic and Plescia, Carolina. The non-ideological component of coalition preferences. Forthcoming in Party Politics.

Plescia, Carolina and De Sio, Lorenzo. An Evaluation of the Performance and Suitability of RxC Methods for Ecological Inference with Known True Values. Forthcoming in Quality & Quantity.

Plescia, Carolina and Aichholzer, Julian. On the nature of voters' coalition preferences. Forthcoming in Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.


Veröffentlichte Artikel

Thomas, Kathrin, Johann, David, Kritzinger, Sylvia, Plescia, Carolina and Zeglovits, Eva (2017). Estimating Sensitive Behaviour: The ICT and High Incidence Behaviour. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 29(1): 151-171.

Plescia, Carolina and Kritzinger, Sylvia (2017). Retrospective voting and party support at elections: credit and blame for government and opposition. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 27(2): 156-171.

Plescia, Carolina (2017). The effect of pre-electoral party coordination on vote choice: evidence from the Italian regional electionsPolitical Studies, 65(1): 144-160.

Fernandez, Jorge, Pereira, Miguel and Plescia, Carolina (2016). Strategic voting in local elections: Evidence from Portugal (1979-2013). Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 26(3): 312-335.

Marsh, Michael and Plescia, Carolina (2016). Split-ticket voting in an STV system: choice in a non-strategic contextIrish Political Studies, 31(2): 163-181.

 

Buchkapitel

Plescia, Carolina and Kritzinger, Sylvia. 2014. Austria: No one loses, all win? In: Lorenzo De Sio, Vincenzo Emanuele and Nicola Maggini (eds.) The European Parliament Elections of 2014. Roma: CISE-Centro Italiano Studi Elettorali, pp. 127-132.

Plescia, Carolina and Johann, David. 2014. Germany: Merkel does not stand out but holds. In: Lorenzo De Sio, Vincenzo Emanuele and Nicola Maggini (eds.) The European Parliament Elections of 2014. Roma: CISE-Centro Italiano Studi Elettorali, pp. 189-194. 

Plescia, Carolina and Kritzinger, Sylvia. 2014. Austria: Nessuno perde e tutti vincono? In: Lorenzo De Sio, Vincenzo Emanuele and Nicola Maggini (eds.) Le Elezioni Europee 2014. Roma: CISE-Centro Italiano Studi Elettorali, pp. 181-185.

Plescia, Carolina and Johann, David. 2014. Germania: La Merkel non trionfa ma regge. In: Lorenzo De Sio, Vincenzo Emanuele and Nicola Maggini (eds.) Le Elezioni Europee 2014.  Roma: CISE-Centro Italiano Studi Elettorali, pp. 231-235.