Publikationen zu COVID-19

1"COVID-19-related conspiracy beliefs among Chinese – empirical evidence", ASIEN, 2022.
2"Uncritical patriotism and Belief into COVID-19 Conspiracies”, Frontiers in Sociology-Migration and Society, 2022.
3"Keep that mask on: will Germans become more like East Asians?" (with Xenia Matschke), Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 2022.
4"Institutional and cultural determinants of speed of government responses during COVID-19 pandemic" (with Diqiang Chen, Diefeng Peng and Mei Wang), Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 2021.
5"Klassisch, per Zoom oder Live-Übertragung? Vorlesungsformate nach Corona“, Forschung und Lehre, 2021.
6"COVID-19 and the Wuhan Diary – how does overseas Chinese community react to group criticism?" (with Mei Wang), Journal of Chinese Political Science, 2021.
7"Trust in Government Actions During the COVID-19 Crisis" (with Mei Wang), Social Indicators Research, 2021.
8"Stock market reactions to COVID-19 lockdown: A global analysis” (with Xenia Matschke and Matthias Scherf), Finance Research Letter, 2021.
9"Willingness to vaccinate against COVID-19 might be systematically underestimated", Asian Journal of Social Health and Behavior, 2021.

"Kisses, Handshakes, COVID-19 -- Will the Pandemic Change Us Forever?" (with Xenia Matschke), Review of Behavioral Economics, 2021.


"East Asia’s success against COVID-19 - acclaimed or ignored?", Economic Bulletin, 2021.


"German and Chinese dataset on attitudes regarding COVID-19 policies, perception of the crisis, and belief in conspiracy theories" (with Yanping He-Ulbricht), Data in Brief, 2020.


"What makes young people think positively about social distancing during the Corona crisis in Germany?Frontiers in Sociology, 2020.


"Triggering Altruism Increases the Willingness to Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19", Social Health and Behavior, 2020.


"Secret erosion of the “lockdown”? Patterns in daily activities during the SARS-Cov2 pandemics around the world" (with Mei Wang), Review of Behavioral Economics, 2020.


"To wear or not to wear? Factors influencing wearing of face masks in Germany during the Corona pandemics", Social Health and Behavior, 2020.