Conference and Workshop Papers

Schneider, Carsten and Ingo Rohlfing: Overfitting models in Qualitative Comparative Analysis, QCA conference, Tilburg University, Jan 16, 2015

Rohlfing, Ingo and Christina Zuber: Linking theories of causation to social science methods. AnaGramm Workshop, University of Düsseldorf, Nov 8, 2014

Rohlfing, Ingo and Carsten Q. Schneider: The formalized choice of cases for comparative process tracing based on QCA results, APSA Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2014

Rethinking Designing Social Inquiry: views from the second generation, APSA Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2014

Kühn, David, and Ingo Rohlfing: Are there really two cultures? An empirical analysis of the application of qualitative and quantitative methods, APSA Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2014

Bayesian causal inference in process tracing: the importance of being probably wrong, APSA Annual Meeting 2013, Chicago

Rohlfing, Ingo and Tobias Schafföner: „Die versprechen doch eh alles das Gleiche“. Der Einfluss ökonomischer Globalisierung auf die Unterscheidbarkeit von Parteiprogrammen, DVPW General Conference, Tübingen, September 2012

Generalisierungen kausaler Inferenzen als kontrafaktische Aussagen, DVPW General Conference, Tübingen, September 2012

Case selection and causal inference in comparative hypothesis testing via process tracing, ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Antwerp, 10-15 April, 2012

Bräuninger, Thomas, Sara Binzer Hobolt, Robert Klemmensen, and Ingo Rohlfing: Rupture or continuity? The effect of party leader change on party ideology, ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, St. Gallen, 12-17 April, 2011 (presentation of joint work with

Rohlfing, Ingo, and Carsten Q. Schneider: Explaining party competition: a multi-method approach combining fuzzy set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA) and case studies, ECPR General Conference, Potsdam, 10-12 Sep, 2009

Are opposition parties ideological opportunists or purists? An analysis of campaign manifestos, ECPR General Conference, Potsdam, 10-12 Sep, 2009

Kühn, David, and Ingo Rohlfing: Causal Explanation and Multi-method Research in the Social Sciences , APSA Annual Meeting, Toronto, 3-6 Sep, 2009

Case selection and model dependence in multi-method research: problems and strategies, Annual Meeting of the Comparative Politics Section of the DVPW, Darmstadt, 23-25, Jan, 2008

Kühn, David, and Ingo Rohlfing: Types of causal relationships and their identification in small-n, large-n, and mixed-method designs, APSA Annual Meeting, Boston, 29 Aug, 2008

Distribution versus transaction costs: a dilemma of institutional choice between bilateral and multilateral cooperation (poster), APSA Annual Meeting, Boston, 29 Aug, 2008

Rohlfing, Ingo, and Peter Starke: Regressionsschätzungen als Kontext für Prozessanalysen, Annual Meeting of the Methodology Group of the DVPW, Mainz, 6-7 June, 2008

Rohlfing, Ingo, and Peter Starke: Stairway to heaven or highway to hell? A skeptical view on the combination of regression analysis and case studies, ECPR Joint Sessions, Rennes, 11-16 April, 2008

Was bringt die Kombination von Groß-N und Klein-N Methoden? Eine skeptische Perspektive, Annual Meeting of the Comparative Politics Section of the DVPW, Delmenhorst, 9-11 Nov, 2007

Bilateralism and multilateralism in the GATT, Young Scholar’s Conference of the International Relations Section of the DVPW, Arnoldshain, May 26-28, 2006

Seeing both the forest and the trees: a network analytic perspective on international trade cooperation, 1815-1913, 2nd conference on Applications of Social Network Analysis, Zurich, Oct 20-21, 2005

Rixen, Thomas, and Ingo Rohlfing: The political economy of bilateralism and multilateralism: institutional choice in trade and taxation, Meeting of the International Relations Section of the DVPW, Mannheim, Oct 6-7, 2005 (joint work with Thomas Rixen)

When the strength becomes the problem: spill-over errors in mixed-methods designs, ECPR General Conference, Budapest, Sep 8-10, 2005

Have you chosen the right case? Pitfalls in case selection in nested analysis, ASPA Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., Sep 1-4, 2005,

Claiming too much? Cautions on generalizing from within-case analysis, Annual Meeting of the Methodology Group of the DVPW, Hagen, May 19-21, 2005

Rixen, Thomas, and Ingo Rohlfing: Bilateralism and multilateralism: institutional choice in international cooperation, the examples of international trade and taxation, APSA Annual Meeting, Chicago, Sep 2-5, 2004

Rixen, Thomas, and Ingo Rohlfing Wann handeln Staaten bilateral oder multilateral? Young Scholar’s Conference of the International Relations Section of the DVPW, Freiburg, Jan 30-Feb 01, 2004