Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Filsinger, Maximilian; Hofstetter, Nathalie; Freitag, Markus: The Emotional Fabric of Populism During a Public Health Crisis. How anger shapes the relationship between Pandemic Threat and Populist Attitudes. European Political Science Review, Online first. [Replication Material].

Filsinger, Maximilian (2022): Bringing emotions in: How anger shapes the relationship between social isolation and populist attitudes. Accepted for publication in American Behavioral Scientist.

Filsinger, Maximilian (2022): The Relationship between Feelings of Disadvantage and Populist Attitudes: A Comparative and Longitudinal Analysis of European Countries. Political Research Quarterly. Online first [Replication Material].

Erhardt, Julian; Freitag, Markus; Filsinger, Maximilian (2023): Leaving Democracy? Pandemic Threat, Emotional Accounts, and Regime Support in Comparative Perspective. West European Politics, 46(3): 477-499. [Replication Material].

Filsinger, Maximilian; Freitag, Markus (2022): Pandemic threat and authoritarian attitudes in Europe: An empirical analysis of the exposure to COVID-19. European Union Politics, 23(3): 417-436. [Replication Material avalaible on Website of publisher]

Wamsler, Steffen; Freitag, Markus; Erhardt, Julian; Filsinger, Maximilian (2022): The Pandemic and the Question of National Belonging: Covid-19 Threat and Conceptions of Nationhood. European Journal of Political Research. Online first.

Erhardt, Julian; Freitag, Markus; Wamsler, Steffen; Filsinger, Maximilian (2022): What drives Political Support? Evidence from a Survey Experiment at the Onset of the Corona Crisis. Contemporary Politics, 28(4): 429-446. [Replication Material].

Filsinger, Maximilian; Freitag, Markus; Erhardt, Julian; Wamsler, Steffen (2021): Rally around your Fellows: Information and Social Trust in a Real-World Experiment during the Corona Crisis. The Social Science Journal. Online first. [Replication material]

Filsinger, Maximilian; Freitag, Markus (2021): When good news backfires: Feelings of Disadvantage in the Corona Crisis. In: International Political Science Review, 42(3): 367-382. [Replication material]

Erhardt, Julian; Freitag, Markus; Filsinger, Maximilian; Wamsler, Steffen (2021): The Emotional Foundations of Political Support: How Fear and Anger Affect Trust in the Government in Times of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Swiss Political Science Review 27(2): 339-352. [Replication material]

Glassmann, Ulrich; Filsinger, Maximilian (2021): Varieties of Private Household Debt in Europe:  Incompatibility of Culturally Diverse Lending Regimes  between Germany and Italy? German Politics 30(3): 380-402.

Filsinger, Maximilian; Wamsler, Steffen; Erhardt, Julian; Freitag, Markus (2021): National identity and populism: The relationship between conceptions of nationhood and populist attitudes. Nations & Nationalism 27(3): 656-672.

Filsinger, Maximilian; Ackermann, Kathrin; Freitag, Markus (2020): Surfing to help? An empirical analysis of Internet and volunteering in 27 European Societies. In: European Societies 22(3): 368-389. [DeFacto BlogPost (in German)].

Filsinger, Maximilian; Freitag, Markus (2019): Internet Use and Volunteering: Relationships and Differences Across Age and Applications. In: VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 30(1): 87-97. [DeFacto BlogPost (in German)].

Articles without peer review

Filsinger Dieter; Filsinger, Maximilian (2019): Zuwanderung in Kommunen – Steuerung durch Integrationskonzepte. disP Service, disP – The Planning Review 55(3): 68-75.

Articles in Edited Volumes

Glassmann, Ulrich; Filsinger, Maximilian (2022): Varieties of Private Household Debt in Europe:  Incompatibility of Culturally Diverse Lending Regimes  between Germany and Italy? In: Notermans, Ton; Piattoni, Simona (Ed.) (2022): Italy and Germany, Incompatible Varieties of Europe? New York: Routledge.

Filsinger, Maximilian; Freitag, Markus (2020): Sozialkapital und gesellschaftliche Integration. In: Pickel, Gert; Decker, Oliver; Kailitz, Steffen; Röder, Antje, Schulze Wessel, Julia (Hrsg.) (2020): Handbuch Integration. Wiesbaden: Springer-VS.

Filsinger, Maximilian; Filsinger, Dieter (2019): Integrationspolitik als kommunale Sozialpolitik – Strategien und Handlungsspielräume. In: Burzan, Nicole (Hg.) 2019: Komplexe Dynamiken globaler und lokaler Entwicklungen. Verhandlungen des 39. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Göttingen 2018.

Filsinger, Maximilian (2017): Deutschland ein Einwanderungsland, aber nicht überall? – Determinanten der geographischen Verteilung von Migrantinnen und Migranten. In: Henn, Daniela; Prigge, Jessica; Ries, Karsten; Lück-Filsinger, Marianne (Hrsg.) (2017): Streifzüge durch die angewandte Sozialwissenschaft: Evaluation – Migration – Sozialpolitik – Soziale Arbeit Dieter Filsinger zum 65. Geburtstag. Münster: Waxmann-Verlag.


Filsinger, Maximilian (2022): Populism as a Problem of Social Disintegration? A Comparative Analysis of the Socio-Integrational Underpinnings of Populism in Europe. Ph.D. Thesis. Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences; Institute of Political Science; University of Bern. Available on the Repository of the University of Bern:

Working Paper

Filsinger, Maximilian: On the Road to a Kinder and Gentler Society? The Relationship between Social Capital and Affective Polarization in Comparative Perspective.

Filsinger, Maximilian; Wamsler, Steffen: Subjective Inequality and Regime Preferences: How Perceptions of Disadvantage Support Authoritarian Regime Preferences.

Filsinger, Maximilian; Freitag, Markus; Wamsler, Steffen: Populism as a Problem of Social Trust? A Comparative Analysis of European Countries.

Filsinger, Maximilian; Erhardt, Julian: A spectre of democracy? A Comparative Analysis of the relationship between populist attitudes and regime preferences.

Auer, Daniel; Filsinger, Maximilian; Freitag, Markus: Experimental Evidence on How Heterogenous Threat Response Undermines Democracies.

Greiner, Alina; Filsinger, Maximilian: (Dis)Trust in the Aftermath of Sexual Violence: Evidence from Sri Lanka.  HiCN Working Paper Series 2022 (377).

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