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Eijk, C. van der

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Works: 85 works in 216 publications in 2 languages and 2,919 library holdings
Genres: History  Forecasts  Case studies  Software 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other
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Most widely held works by C. van der Eijk
The economy and the vote : economic conditions and elections in fifteen countries by Wouter van der Brug( )

19 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 1,033 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Economic conditions are said to affect election outcomes, but past research has produced unstable and even contradictory findings in this respect. This book argues that these problems are caused by the failure to take account of electoral competition between parties. A research strategy to correct this problem is designed and applied to investigate effects of economic conditions on (individual) voter choices and (aggregate) election outcomes in forty-two electoral contexts."
European elections & domestic politics : lessons from the past and scenarios for the future by Wouter van der Brug( )

13 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 661 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Choosing Europe? : the European electorate and national politics in the face of union by C. van der Eijk( Book )

12 editions published between 1996 and 1999 in English and held by 316 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Elections and voters by C. van der Eijk( Book )

11 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 285 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This major new text by two leading authorities in the field provides a state-of-the-art assessment of what we know about voting behavior and the character, consequences and significance of elections in democratic states. Uniquely broad-ranging in scope, it shows how patterns of electoral behaviour have evolved over time and also assesses the varying extents to which voters in different countries are able to affect the direction of government policies in practice
Dutch Parliamentary Election Study, 1986 : Stratified Sample by C. van der Eijk( )

12 editions published between 1986 and 1995 in 3 languages and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study consists of a short post-election interview with a sample drawn from the Dutch electorate, stratified according to party preference. Many of the questions asked in this survey parallel those appearing in the DUTCH PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION STUDY, 1986 (ICPSR 8876). In addition, questions generated by hypotheses about the behavior of supporters of small political parties in general were also included. This collection also contains information from a weekly poll in which the respondents had participated earlier and which was used to stratify the sample. Topics covered include attitudes on political issues such as the economy, social security, euthanasia, nuclear armaments, and foreign workers, experiences with unemployment, religious views, and attitudes toward political parties and other factors important to party choice. Respondents also provided demographic information on income, sex, age, employment and union status, household composition, marital status, type of living quarters, and education ... Cf.: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR09378
In search of structure : essays in social science and methodology( Book )

5 editions published in 1998 in English and Dutch and held by 44 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Electoral change in the Netherlands : empirical results and methods of measurement : academisch proefschrift ... by C. van der Eijk( Book )

12 editions published in 1983 in English and Undetermined and held by 41 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dutch parliamentary election study, 1982 by C. van der Eijk( )

8 editions published between 1983 and 1985 in 3 languages and held by 33 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sixth in a series of election studies in the Netherlands, this survey was conducted after the parliamentary elections of September 1982. Like its predecessors, it also focuses upon the partisan orientations and political attitudes of the Dutch electorate. Most of the questions are identical to those used in the 1981 survey. The survey was administered to two separate samples: individuals previously interviewed in the three waves of the 1981 election study (Wave 4), and a fresh sample of individuals not previously interviewed. Of the 2,305 respondents in the original 1981 sample, 1,206 were successfully interviewed in all four waves. The fresh sample includes 1,541 respondents. Of the four data files produced by the 1982 election study, two are available from ICPSR and the other two are held by the Steinmetz Archive in Amsterdam. The Combination File (Part 1) includes data for all of the respondents interviewed in 1982 (1,541 from the fresh sample and 1,206 from Wave 4, for a total of 2,747). Included in this file is a filter variable by which the user can separate the fresh sample respondents from Wave 4 respondents. The Overall File (Part 2) adds to the Combination File the 1,099 attrition cases from the original 1981 sample of 2,305, for a total of 3,846. The Frequencies File (Part 4) provides frequencies for the Combination and Overall Files. The codebook also provides frequencies for the two files held by the Steinmetz Archive
Dutch Parliamentary Election Study, 1981 by C. van der Eijk( )

6 editions published in 1985 in 3 languages and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study contains electoral data on the political attitudes and behavior of 2,305 Dutch voters in 1981. The fifth in a series of national election studies in the Netherlands, this study was conducted as a three-wave panel focusing on the effects of campaigns and elections on the political attitudes, information systems, opinions, and preferences of the Dutch electorate. Items explored respondents' political knowledge, interest, and participation, as well as their positions on such issues as abortion, women's emancipation, nuclear energy and armaments, differences in income, crime, unemployment, and pollution. Also probed were respondents' perceptions and evaluations of the Dutch political parties, national problems of importance to them, and their satisfaction with the government, as well as their views of the legitimacy of social protest and government reactions, political distrust and cynicism, and religion and society. The first wave, gathered a few months before the start of the election campaign (January-February 1981), includes demographic information on respondents such as age, sex, marital status, occupation, political party identification and membership, membership in labor unions and other organizations, civic participation, education, social class, and religion. The second wave was gathered during the election campaign (April-May 1981), and the third wave was gathered immediately following the election of May 26, 1981 (May-June 1981) ... Cf.: http://webapp.icpsr.umich.edu/cocoon/ICPSR-STUDY/07912.xml
European Election Study, 1989 by C. van der Eijk( )

2 editions published in 1994 in No Linguistic content and English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 1989 European Election Study (EES-89) was conducted as a separately funded part of the Euro-Barometer survey series for the European Communities' Directorate-General for Information, Communication, and Culture--Unit Surveys, Research, and Analyses division. The Euro-Barometer surveys in which the EES-89 questions were included were Barometers 30, 31, and 31A. Variables in this data collection are restricted to those pertaining to the 1989 elections. They report respondents' attitudes toward important campaign issues, particularly those concerning the European Community and the coming 1992 Single European Market. Questions assessed respondents' support of and attitudes toward particular political parties. Another series of questions focused on access to information about the elections, and respondents' preferences for and opinions of the influence of varying sources of information, such as newspapers, news magazines, radio, television, polls, and personal discussions. Demographic variables include sex, date of birth, marital status, size of household and type of housing, number of children at home, occupation, family income, perception of social class, religion and religiosity, life satisfaction, and participation in civic activities, including voting in the 1989 elections ... Cf.: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR06146
Dutch Parliamentary Election Panel Study, 1986-1989 by C. van der Eijk( )

3 editions published between 1997 and 1998 in English and No Linguistic content and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This panel study, conducted within the framework of the Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies, was administered in three waves. The first wave was conducted before the 1986 election, the second wave after the 1986 election, and the third wave after the 1989 election. The purpose of the collection was to assess electoral change in the Netherlands. Main topics covered in the first wave include respondent's political interest, national problems of importance to respondents, party identification and membership, voting behavior in the 1986 municipal elections, economic policy, and political issues such as abortion, income differences, nuclear energy, and 1986 vote intentions. Many first-wave items were repeated in the second and third waves. New topics covered in the second wave include respondent's political knowledge, political efficacy and cynicism, respondent's view of religion in society, 1986 and 1982 voting behavior, the 1986 voting behavior of respondent's partner, left-right political ratings, faith in prospective premiers, union membership, sympathy for and participation in new social movements, expectations of economic development, civic competence and civic political participation, future voting probability, experience with unemployment, trait evaluations of politicians, and political issues such as euthanasia, nuclear energy, differences in income, nuclear armaments, the economy, and Social Security. Topics introduced in the third wave focused on 1989 voting behavior, government policy (effect of government policy on economics, satisfaction with government), left-right political ratings, expectations of economic development, sympathy for and participation in new social movements, progressiveness and conservatism, and political issues such as pollution and customs and traditions. Demographic variables include age, gender, marital status, employment status and pr ... Cf.: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR06742
European Election Study, 1994 by Hermann Schmitt( )

2 editions published in 2001 in No Linguistic content and English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The European Election Study, 1994 (EES-94), is a study of the electorates of the 12 member states of the European Community: Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom. The study focuses in particular on the fourth elections to the European Parliament conducted in June 1994 and is derived from questions asked in Eurobarometers 40-42. The questionnaires used in each country were identical, apart from unavoidable differences in party names. Topics include respondents' attitudes regarding important campaign issues, particularly those concerning the European Community and the 1994 European Election, voting behavior and vote intention in national elections, probability of voting for a particular party, ideological position and value orientation, and political interest. A significant portion of the study is devoted to European and/or national policy topics. Other major areas of investigation include knowledge of and attitudes toward the European Union, its institutions, and other member states. Demographic variables include age, gender, date of birth, education, marital status, size of household and status of housing, number of children at home, occupation, family income, and perception of social class ... Cf.: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR03014
Dutch Parliamentary Election Panel Study, 1971-1979 by C. van der Eijk( )

2 editions published in 1997 in No Linguistic content and English and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This panel study was conducted within the framework of the Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies. The survey was administered in six waves. The first two waves occurred in 1971, the third wave was conducted shortly after the elections on November 29, 1972, the fourth wave was conducted after the formation of the Den-Uyl cabinet on May 31, 1973, the fifth wave was conducted following the pre-1977 election, and the final wave occurred in 1979. The purpose of this study was to provide information on change and stability in electoral behavior and political orientation in the Netherlands. Topics covered in 1971 included respondents' exposure to mass media, opinions on leadership, evaluation of local and national government, opinions on most important local, national, and world problems, sense of political efficacy, political interest, attitudes toward democracy, attitudes towards NATO and foreign policy, and expectations of world war through conflicts and social problems. Many first-wave questions were repeated in the succeeding waves. Topics added to the 1972 wave included foreign policy issues, confidence and trust in prominent persons and groups, welfare, government, income, housing needs, inflation, and tolerance regarding daughter's choice of husband. In 1973, respondents were also surveyed about the role of the government in environmental policy making, their perception of society's control on commerce and industry, and attitudes about prosperity. New items added in the 1977 wave covered image of political parties, major problems in the country, causes of unemployment, evaluation of government policies, cabinet formation voting behavior, left-right political ratings, freedom and equality, abortion, and European integration. Additional topics in 1979 included respondents' coalition preferences, party-identification, sympathy scores for political parties, cabinet format ... Cf.: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR06743
Dutch Parliamentary Election Panel Study, 1981-1986 by C. van der Eijk( )

2 editions published in 1997 in No Linguistic content and English and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This panel study was conducted within the framework of the Dutch Parliamentary Election Studies. The survey was administered in five waves. Three waves were conducted in 1981, two before the election of May 26 and one afterward. The fourth wave occurred in the fall of 1982 and the final wave in 1986. The purpose of this collection was to assess electoral change in the Netherlands. Main topics covered in the first wave included political interest, national problems of importance to the respondent, voting behavior in 1977, party identification and membership, vote intention, sense of political efficacy, left-right political ratings, and expectations of election outcome. Many first-wave questions were repeated in the succeeding waves. In the second wave, new questions were added on coalition preference, political knowledge (identification of leading politicians and their functions), faith in prospective premiers, political issues such as the economy (unemployment, inflation), abortion, nuclear energy (closing nuclear plants), and income differences, and which party offered the best solution for solving unemployment, crime, pollution, the housing shortage, welfare fraud, evasion welfare levies (taxes), and nuclear armaments. Respondents' views on religion in society (confessional attitude score), satisfaction with the government, and social participation were also ascertained. The third wave added items on voting behavior in 1981, sense of civic competence, civic political participation, (post- )materialist values, women's liberation, legitimacy of social protest and government reaction, political distrust and political cynicism, and beliefs about religion and society. New items in the fourth wave concerned voting behavior in 1982, the effect of television debates, and future voting. New topics in the fifth wave centered on voting behavior in 1986 and experience with unemp ... Cf.: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR09272
Voter turnout and the dynamics of electoral competition in established democracies since 1945 by Mark N Franklin( )

5 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Voting is a habit. People learn the habit of voting, or not, based on experience in their first few elections. Elections that do not stimulate high turnout among young adults leave a 'footprint' of low turnout in the age structure of the electorate as many individuals who were new at those elections fail to vote at subsequent elections. Elections that stimulate high turnout leave a high turnout footprint. So a country's turnout history provides a baseline for current turnout that is largely set, except for young adults. This baseline shifts as older generations leave the electorate and as changes in political and institutional circumstances affect the turnout of new generations. Among the changes that have affected turnout in recent years, the lowering of the voting age in most established democracies has been particularly important in creating a low turnout footprint that has grown with each election"--Jacket
Verkiezingen zonder mandaat : politieke communicatie en provinciale verkiezingen( Book )

3 editions published in 1992 in Dutch and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Kiezen in Nederland : 26 mei 1981 : wat de kiezers deden en waarom( Book )

2 editions published in 1981 in Dutch and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dutch parliamentary election study 1982 : an enterprise of the Dutch Political Science Community by C. van der Eijk( Book )

4 editions published between 1983 and 1985 in English and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sixth in a series of election studies in the Netherlands, this survey was conducted after the parliamentary elections of September 1982. Like its predecessors, it also focuses upon the partisan orientations and political attitudes of the Dutch electorate. Most of the questions are identical to those used in the 1981 survey. The survey was administered to two separate samples: individuals previously interviewed in the three waves of the 1981 election study (Wave 4), and a fresh sample of individuals not previously interviewed. Of the 2,305 respondents in the original 1981 sample, 1,206 were successfully interviewed in all four waves. The fresh sample includes 1,541 respondents. Of the four fichiers produced by the 1982 election study, two are available from ICPSR and the other two are held by the Steinmetz Archive in Amsterdam. The Combination File (Part 1) includes data for all of the respondents interviewed in 1982 (1,541 from the fresh sample and 1,206 from Wave 4, for a total of 2,747). Included in this file is a filter variable by which the user can separate the fresh sample respondents from Wave 4 respondents. The Overall File (Part 2) adds to the Combination File the 1,099 attrition cases from the original 1981 sample of 2,305, for a total of 3,846. The Frequencies File (Part 4) provides frequencies for the Combination and Overall Files. The codebook also provides frequencies for the two files held by the Steinmetz Archive ... Cf.: http://webapp.icpsr.umich.edu/cocoon/ICPSR-STUDY/08121.xml
De kern van de politiek by C. van der Eijk( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in Dutch and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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European elections & domestic politics : lessons from the past and scenarios for the future
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Alternative Names
Der Eijk, C. van.

Eijk, C. van der.

Eijk Cees van der

Eijk, Cornelis van der.

Eijk, Cornelius van der.

Van der Eijk, C.

van der Eijk, Cees

Van der Eijk, Cees 1948-

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Dutch (8)