ParlGov contributors

Project leaders

  • Holger Döring 2005-today
  • Philip Manow 2004-today

Institutional affiliation

  • University of Bremen, 2010–today
  • European University Institute (EUI) 2009–2010
  • University of Heidelberg 2009–2010
  • University of Konstanz 2007–2009
  • Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) 2004–2007

Major contributors

  • Jan Biesenbender (University of Konstanz) 2008–2010
  • Jonathan Bright (European University Institute) 2011–2013
  • Dominic Heinz (MPIfG and University of Bonn) 2006–2007
  • Jens Hoffmeister (underline webdesign Berlin) 2010
  • Conor Little (University of Copenhagen) 2011–2016
  • Valentin Schröder (University of Bremen) 2010–today
  • Mathias Steudtner (Mittweida) 2007–2008
  • Hendrik Zorn (MPIfG) 2004

Open source software

  • Python — programming language
  • Django — web application framework
  • Bootstrap — front–end framework for web development.
  • R and RSQLite, SQLite

Icons and pictures

  • Font Awesome
  • Famfamfam flag and silk icons
  • iStockphoto

Contributors

We would like to thank the following people for contributing facts, support, ideas, and encouragement.

  • Christine Arnold (University of Maastricht) 2012
  • Hanna Bäck (University of Mannheim) 2010–today
  • Micha Bächle (University of Konstanz) 2009
  • Ryan Bakker (University of Georgia) 2014
  • Florian Beyer (University of Konstanz) 2008–2009
  • Daniel Bochsler (University of Copenhagen) 2016
  • Christian Breunig (MPIfG and University of Seattle) 2006–2008
  • Lars Brückner (University of Bremen) 2010
  • Mihail Chiru (Central European University) 2012–2013
  • Kevin Deegan-Krause (Wayne State University) 2014–today
  • Patrick Dumont (University of Luxembourg) 2010–2012
  • Sarah Engler (University of Bern) 2015
  • Sebastian Eppner (University of Potsdam) 2009–2015
  • Tom Fleming (University of Oxford) 2016
  • Timm Frerk (University of Bremen) 2011–2013
  • Marco Frisone (University of Bologna) 2012
  • Fabio Franchino (University of Milan) 2008–2010
  • Mark Franklin (European University Institute) 2009–2010
  • Doru Frantescu (VoteWatch Europe) 2013
  • Simon Franzmann (University of Cologne) 2006–2012
  • Johannes Freudenreich (University of Potsdam) 2009–2011
  • Steffen Ganghof (MPIfG and University of Potsdam) 2005–2012
  • Diego Garzia (University of Siena) 2011
  • Aline Grünewald (University of Bremen) 2011
  • Philipp Harfst (University of Greifswald) 2007-2013
  • Frank Henze (Brandenburg Technical University of Cottbus) 2005–2011
  • Johan Hellström (University of Umeå) 2009–today
  • Phillip Hocks (University of Bremen) 2015
  • Bjørn Høyland (University of Oslo) 2009
  • Sebastian Hübers (MPIfG and University of Tübingen) 2006
  • Sebastian Jäckle (University of Freiburg) 2011
  • Lea Kaftan (University of Cologne) 2014
  • Alexia Katsanidou (GESIS Cologne) 2011
  • Ofer Kenig (The Israel Democracy Institute, Jerusalem) 2014
  • Philipp Köker (University College London) 2016
  • Svanur Kristjansson (University of Iceland) 2014
  • Johannes Kleibl (University of Essex) 2010
  • Jürgen Lautwein (MPIfG) 2007
  • Pola Lehmann (WZB Berlin Social Science Center) 2014
  • Julian Limberg (University of Bremen) 2013–2015
  • Volker Lindhauer (University of Bremen) 2011
  • Georg Lutz (University of Lausanne) 2012
  • Mikko Mattila (University of Helsinki) 2009
  • Peter Mair (European University Institute) 2009–2010
  • Quinton Mayne (European University Institute) 2009–2010
  • Peter Meißner (Universität Konstanz) 2015
  • Monika Mühlböck (IHS Vienna) 2009–2010
  • Thomas Mustillo (Purdue University) 2014
  • Moritz Muth (University of the Arts Bremen) 2013
  • Eva Onnudottir (University of Mannheim) 2014
  • Zsófia Papp (HAS Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest) 2014
  • Sinziana Popa (MPIfG and Duke University) 2007
  • Jonathan Polk (University of Gothenburg) 2014
  • Sven Regel (WZB Berlin Social Science Center) 2011–today
  • Phillip Rehm (WZB Berlin Social Science Center and Duke University) 2007
  • Jan Rose (Berlin) 2005–2011
  • Armin Schäfer (MPIfG) 2005–2007
  • Jan Schwalbach (University of Bremen) 2015
  • Mattan Sharkansky (University of Rochester) 2015
  • Madeleine Schneider (Swiss Federal Statistical Office) 2012
  • Ben Stanley (University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw) 2016
  • Lina Schwarz (University of Bremen) 2014–today
  • Julia Sievers (University of Bremen) 2006–today
  • Peter Söderlund (Åbo Akademi) 2015
  • Patrick Statsch (University of Bremen) 2013
  • Jef Smulders (KU Leuven) 2013–2016
  • Pawel Szczerbak (Heidelberg University) 2010–2011
  • Guido Tiemann (IHS Vienna) 2006–2011
  • Alexander Trechsel (European University Institute) 2009–today
  • Maria Thürk (University of Bremen) 2013–2015
  • Luca Verzichelli (University of Siena) 2007–today
  • Nina Wiesehomeier (Swansea University) 2008–today