Journal articles (peer-reviewed)

Trüdinger, E.-M., and Ziller, C. (2023): Setting Limits to Tolerance: An Experimental Investigation of Individual Reactions to Extremism and Violence. Frontiers in Political Science. [Link]

Pepinsky, T., Goodman, S. W., and Ziller, C. (2023): Modeling Spatial Heterogeneity and Historical Persistence: Nazi Concentration Camps and Contemporary Intolerance. American Political Science Review. [Link] [Preprint] [Replication]

Vierus, P., Ziller, C., Marx, N. (2022): Grenzen politischer Repräsentation: Determinanten der Wahlbeteiligung bei Integrationsratswahlen in Nordrhein-Westfalen (Limits of Political Representation: Determinants of Electoral Turnout for Integration Councils in North-Rhine-Westphalia). Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. 74 (4): 525–551. [Link] [Preprint] [Replication]

Ziller, C., Schlösser, T., Schück, K., and Partos, K. (2022): Local ties that bind: The role of perceived neighborhood cohesion and disorder for immigrants’ national identification. Social Science Research. [Link]

Breznau, N., Rinke, E.M., Wuttke, A. et al. […] Ziller, C. (2022): Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty. PNAS – Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. 119 (44) e2203150119 [Link]

Trüdinger, E.-M., and Ziller, C. (2022): Considered Effective? How Policy Evaluations and Threat Perceptions Affect Support for Surveillance in the Context of Terrorism. Politics & Policy. 50 (5): 894-912. [Link]

Ziller, C., and Andreß, H.-J. (2022): Quality of Local Government and Social Trust in European Cities. Urban Studies. 59 (9): 1909-1925. [Preprint] [Link] [Link w/o paywall]

Ziller, C. (2022): Established and Excluded? Immigrants’ Economic Progress, Attitudes toward Immigrants, and the Conditioning Role of Egalitarianism and Intergroup Contact. Political Studies. 70 (1): 236-256. [Link]

Ziller, C., and Berning, C. C. (2021): Personality Traits and Public Support of Minority Rights. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 47 (3): 723-740. [Link]

Ziller, C., and Helbling, M. (2021): Public Support for State Surveillance. European Journal of Political Research. 60 (4): 994-1006. [Link] [Link to Preprint] [Pre-analysis plan] [Replication files]

Berning, C. C., and Ziller, C. (2020): Green Versus Radical Right as the New Political Divide? The European Parliament Election 2019 in Germany. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies. 58 (S1): 43-56. [Link]

Ziller, C., and Spörlein, C. (2020): Residential Segregation and Social Trust of Immigrants and Natives: Evidence from the Netherlands. Frontiers in Sociology. 5:45. 1-13. [Link]

Ziller, C., and Goodman, S. W. (2020): Local Government Efficiency and Anti-Immigrant Violence. The Journal of Politics. 82 (3): 895-907. [Preprint] [Link] [Replication files]

Ziller, C., and Heizmann, B. (2020): Economic Conditions and Native-Immigrant Asymmetries in Generalized Social Trust. Social Science Research 87: 102399. [Preprint] [Link]

Heizmann, B., and Ziller, C. (2020): Who Is Willing to Share the Burden? Attitudes Towards the Allocation of Asylum Seekers in Comparative Perspective. Social Forces 98 (3): 1026-1051. [Link]

Ziller, C. (2019): Policy Effects on Political Engagement. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 71(Suppl 1): 285-312. [Preprint] [Link]

Ziller, C., and Helbling, M. (2019): Antidiscrimination Laws, Policy Knowledge and Political Support. British Journal of Political Science 49 (3): 1027-1044. [Link] [Replication files]

Ziller, C., Wright, M., and Hewstone, M. (2019): Immigration, Social Trust, and the Moderating Role of Value Contexts. Social Science Research 79: 115-126. [Link]

Ziller, C. (2017): Equal Treatment Regulations and Ethnic Minority Social Trust. European Sociological Review 33 (4): 563-575. [Link]

Berning, C. C., and Ziller, C. (2017): Social Trust and Radical Right-Wing Populist Party Preferences. Acta Politica 52 (2): 198-217. [Link]

Ziller, C., and Schübel, T. (2015): “The Pure People” versus “the Corrupt Elite”? Political Corruption, Political Trust and the Success of Radical Right Parties in Europe. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 25 (3): 368-386. [Link]

Ziller, C. (2015): Ethnic Diversity, Economic and Cultural Contexts, and Social Trust: Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Evidence from European Regions, 2002-2010. Social Forces 93 (3): 1211-40. [Link]

  • Winner of the 2016 Young Scholar Award of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Sozialwissenschaftlicher Institute (ASI) e.V.

Ziller, C. (2014): Societal Implications of Antidiscrimination Policy in Europe. Research & Politics 1 (3): 1-9. [Link] [Replication files]


Contributions to handbooks and edited volumes

Ziller, C., and Goerres, A. (2022): Migrations- und Integrationspolitik. In: Wenzelburge/Zohlnhöfer (eds.): Handbuch Policy-Forschung. 1-25. [Link]

Berning C. C., and Ziller, C. (2022): Verbreitung und Entwicklung rechtsextremer Einstellungen in Ost- und Westdeutschland. In: Ackermann, Kathrin et al. (Hrsg.): Wahlen und politische Einstellungen in Ost und Westdeutschland: Persistenz, Konvergenz oder Divergenz? Wiesbaden: Springer VS. 307-338. [Link] [Link to Preprint]

Ziller, C., and Careja, R. (2022): Personal and Contextual Foundations of Welfare Chauvinism in Western Europe. In: Crepaz, M. (Ed.): Handbook on Migration and Welfare. Edward Elgar. 175-193. [Link] [Preprint]

Ziller, C. (2020): Multiple Regressionen mit voneinander abhängigen Beobachtungen: Random-Effects und Fixed-Effects. In: Wagemann/Goerres/Siewert (eds.): Handbuch Methoden der Politikwissenschaft. Springer. 467-493. [Link] [Preprint]


Other publications

Ziller, C. (2020): Essays on Policy Effects on Political Engagement and Intergroup Relations. Kumulative Habilitationsschrift zu Erlangung der Venia legendi in Politikwissenschaft, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Universität zu Köln. [Introduction]

Breznau, N., […] Ziller, C. […]; one of 165 collaborators (2019): The Crowdsourced Replication Initiative: Investigating Immigration and Social Policy Preferences using Meta-Science. Executive Report. [Link]

Ziller, C., and Schübel, T. (2015): Voter experience of corrupt officials is an overlooked reason for the electoral success of radical right parties. LSE – EUROPP Blog-Entry [Link]

Ziller, C. (2015): Social Trust in the Face of Ethnic  Diversity: The Moderating Role of Economic, Cultural, and Political Contexts. Dissertation: Köln. [Content]

  • Winner of the German Thesis Award (Deutscher Studienpreis, 2. Preis), Körber Foundation, 2016
  • Honorable mention DVPW-Förderpreis, 2016
  • Media coverage (in German): Chrismon, WDR 5, Deutschlandfunk Kultur