Philip Leifeld
Philip Leifeld

Publications

Please find below a list of my publications.

Books

Leifeld, Philip (2016): Policy Debates as Dynamic Networks: German Pension Politics and Privatization Discourse. Frankfurt/New York: Campus. Distributed internationally by the University of Chicago Press. [link 1; link 2]

Schneider, Volker, Frank Janning, Philip Leifeld and Thomas Malang (eds) (2009): Politiknetzwerke. Modelle, Anwendungen und Visualisierungen. Berlin: Springer VS. [link]

Journal articles

Buckton, Christina, Gillian Fergie, Philip Leifeld and Shona Hilton: A Discourse Network Analysis of UK Newspaper Coverage of the "Sugar Tax" Debate before and after the Announcement of the Soft Drinks Industry Levy. BMC Public Health. Forthcoming.

Leifeld, Philip and Skyler J. Cranmer (forthcoming): A Theoretical and Empirical Comparison of the Temporal Exponential Random Graph Model and the Stochastic Actor-Oriented Model. Network Science. [link]

Metz, Florence, Philip Leifeld and Karin Ingold (forthcoming): Interdependent Policy Instrument Preferences: A Two-Mode Network Approach. Journal of Public Policy. [link]

Malang, Thomas, Laurence Brandenberger and Philip Leifeld (forthcoming): Networks and Social Influence in European Legislative Politics. British Journal of Political Science. [link]

Fergie, Gillian, Philip Leifeld, Ben Hawkins and Shona Hilton (2019): Mapping Discourse Coalitions in the Minimum Unit Pricing for Alcohol Debate: A Discourse Network Analysis of UK Newspaper Coverage. Addiction 114(4): 741-753. [link; commentary: "A New Tool for Unpacking Policy Debates over Unhealthy Commodities"]

Leifeld, Philip (2018): Polarization in the Social Sciences: Assortative Mixing in Social Science Collaboration Networks is Resilient to Interventions. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 507: 510-523. [link]

Heaney, Michael T. and Philip Leifeld (2018): Contributions by Interest Groups to Lobbying Coalitions. The Journal of Politics 80(2): 494-509. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip, Skyler J. Cranmer and Bruce A. Desmarais (2018): Temporal Exponential Random Graph Models with btergm: Estimation and Bootstrap Confidence Intervals. Journal of Statistical Software 83(6): 1-36. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip and Dana R. Fisher (2017): Membership Nominations in International Scientific Assessments. Nature Climate Change 7(10): 730-735. [link]

Leifeld, Philip, Sandra Wankmüller, Valentin T. Z. Berger, Karin Ingold and Christiane Steiner (2017): Collaboration Patterns in the German Political Science Co-Authorship Network. PLoS ONE 12(4): e0174671. [link; pdf]

Cranmer, Skyler J., Philip Leifeld, Scott D. McClurg and Meredith Rolfe (2017): Navigating the Range of Statistical Tools for Inferential Network Analysis. American Journal of Political Science 61(1): 237-251. [link]

Czarna, Anna Z., Philip Leifeld, Magdalena Śmieja, Michael Dufner and Peter Salovey (2016): Do Narcissism and Emotional Intelligence Win Us Friends? Modeling Dynamics of Peer Popularity Using Inferential Network Analysis. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42(11): 1588-1599. [link; pdf]

Towfigh, Emanuel V., Sebastian J. Goerg, Andreas Glöckner, Philip Leifeld, Aniol Llorente-Saguer, Sophie Bade and Carlos Kurschilgen (2016): Do Direct-Democratic Procedures Lead to Higher Acceptance than Political Representation? Experimental Survey Evidence from Germany. Public Choice 167(1): 47-65. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip and Karin Ingold (2016): Co-Authorship Networks in Swiss Political Research. Swiss Political Science Review 22(2): 264-287. [link]

Ingold, Karin and Philip Leifeld (2016): Structural and Institutional Determinants of Influence Reputation: A Comparison of Collaborative and Adversarial Policy Networks in Decision Making and Implementation. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26(1): 1-18. [link; pdf]

Fischer, Manuel and Philip Leifeld (2015): Policy Forums: Why do they Exist and what are they Used for? Policy Sciences 48(3): 363-382. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip (2014): Polarization of Coalitions in an Agent-Based Model of Political Discourse. Computational Social Networks 1(1): 7. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip (2013): Reconceptualizing Major Policy Change in the Advocacy Coalition Framework. A Discourse Network Analysis of German Pension Politics. The Policy Studies Journal 41(1): 169-198. [link; pdf]

Fisher, Dana R., Philip Leifeld and Yoko Iwaki (2013): Mapping the Ideological Networks of American Climate Politics. Climatic Change 116(3): 523-545. [link; pdf]

Fisher, Dana R., Joseph Waggle and Philip Leifeld (2013): Where does Political Polarization Come From? Locating Polarization Within the U.S. Climate Change Debate. American Behavioral Scientist 116(3): 523-545. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip (2013): texreg: Conversion of Statistical Model Output in R to LaTeX and HTML Tables. Journal of Statistical Software 55(8): 1-24. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip and Sebastian Haunss (2012): Political Discourse Networks and the Conflict over Software Patents in Europe. European Journal of Political Research 51(3): 382-409. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip and Volker Schneider (2012): Information Exchange in Policy Networks. American Journal of Political Science 53(3): 731-744. [link; pdf]

Book chapters

Leifeld, Philip (forthcoming): Netzwerkanalyse in der Politikwissenschaft. In: Wagemann, Claudius, Achim Goerres and Markus Siewert (editors): Handbuch Methoden der Politikwissenschaft. Berlin: Springer VS.

Metz, Florence and Philip Leifeld (2018): Governing Water with Market-Based Instruments: Preferences and Skepticism in Switzerland. In: Christian Bréthaut and Rémi Schweizer (editors): A Critical Approach to International Water Management Trends: Policy and Practice. Chapter 7, pages 147-176. London: Palgrave MacMillan. [link]

Leifeld, Philip (2017): Discourse Network Analysis: Policy Debates as Dynamic Networks. In: Jennifer N. Victor, Alexander H. Montgomery and Mark N. Lubell (editors): The Oxford Handbook of Political Networks. Chapter 12, pages 301-325. Oxford University Press. [link]

Schneider, Volker, Philip Leifeld and Thomas Malang (2013): Coping with Creeping Catastrophes: National Political Systems and the Challenge of Slow-Moving Policy Problems. In: Bernd Siebenhüner, Marlen Arnold, Klaus Eisenack and Klaus Jacob (editors): Long-Term Governance of Social-Ecological Change. Pages 221-238. Abingdon: Routledge. [link; pdf]

Janning, Frank, Philip Leifeld, Thomas Malang and Volker Schneider (2009): Diskursnetzwerkanalyse. Überlegungen zur Theoriebildung und Methodik. In: Volker Schneider, Frank Janning, Philip Leifeld and Thomas Malang (editors): Politiknetzwerke. Modelle, Anwendungen und Visualisierungen. Pages 59-92. Berlin: Springer VS. [link]

Leifeld, Philip (2009): Eine Ko-Zitationsanalyse der quantitativen Netzwerkanalysen in der Politikwissenschaft. In: Volker Schneider, Frank Janning, Philip Leifeld and Thomas Malang (editors): Politiknetzwerke. Modelle, Anwendungen und Visualisierungen. Pages 93-113. Berlin: Springer VS. [link]

Schneider, Volker and Philip Leifeld (2009): Überzeugungssysteme, Diskursnetzwerke und politische Kommunikation: Ein zweiter Blick auf die deutsche Chemikalienkontrolle der 1980er Jahre. In: Volker Schneider, Frank Janning, Philip Leifeld and Thomas Malang (editors): Politiknetzwerke. Modelle, Anwendungen und Visualisierungen. Pages 139-158. Berlin: Springer VS. [link]

Leifeld, Philip and Thomas Malang (2009): Glossar der Politiknetzwerkanalyse. In: Volker Schneider, Frank Janning, Philip Leifeld and Thomas Malang (editors): Politiknetzwerke. Modelle, Anwendungen und Visualisierungen. Pages 371-389. Berlin: Springer VS. [link; pdf]

Leifeld, Philip (2009): Die Untersuchung von Diskursnetzwerken mit dem Discourse Network Analyzer (DNA). In: Volker Schneider, Frank Janning, Philip Leifeld and Thomas Malang (editors): Politiknetzwerke. Modelle, Anwendungen und Visualisierungen. Pages 391-404. Berlin: Springer VS. [link; pdf]

Lang, Achim and Philip Leifeld (2008): Die Netzwerkanalyse in der Policy-Forschung. Eine theoretische und methodische Bestandsaufnahme. In: Frank Janning and Katrin Toens (editors): Die Zukunft der Policy-Forschung. Theorien, Methoden, Anwendungen. Pages 223-241. Berlin: Springer VS. [link]