Publications & Papers

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Refereed Journal Articles

  1. with Roman Senninger. “Simple Politics for the People? Complexity in Campaign Messages and Political Knowledge.” European Journal of Political Research: accepted for publication.
    • [PDF] [Replication]
  2. with Roman Senninger. “Working in Unison — Political Parties and Policy Issue Transfer in the Multi-Level Space.” European Union Politics: accepted for publication.
    • [PDF] [Replication]
  3. with Markus Wagner. “What Makes Parties Adapt to Voter Preferences? The Role of Party Organisation, Goals and Ideology.” British Journal of Political Science: accepted for publication.
  4. “New Figure Schemes for Stata: plotplain & plottig.” Stata Journal: accepted for publication.
  5. 2017. “Towards a Renewal of the Niche Party Concept: Parties, Market Shares and Condensed Offers.” Party Politics 23(3): 220-235.
  6. with Simon Fink. 2015. “Repression as a Double-Edged Sword: Resilient Monarchs, Repression and Revolution in the Arab World.” Swiss Political Science Review 21(3)377–395.
  7. with Thomas Saalfeld. 2013. “Minority-Ethnic MPs and the Substantive Representation of Minority Interests in the House of Commons, 2005-2011.” Parliamentary Affairs 66(2): 305–28.

Revise & Resubmit

[list excludes 3 papers under review without R&R]

  1. “Do Parties Walk Like They Talk? Ideological Congruence between Party Rhetoric & Policy-Making.” West European Politics: R&R.
    • [Abstract] [PDF available upon request]
  2. with Luca Bernardi, Laura Morales & Maarja Lühiste. “The Effects of the Fukushima Disaster on Nuclear Energy Debates and Policies: A Two-Steps Comparative Examination.” Environmental Politics: R&R.

Working Papers

  1. with Patrick Dumont & Kaare W. Strøm. “Niche Parties Between Policy, Votes & Office.”
  2. with Luca Bernardi & Ruud Wouters. “Legislative Agendas and the Adaptation to Public Preferences.”
  3. with Florian Foos. “Invasive parties: How credible extreme parties affect mainstream parties’ positions.” presentation @ MPSA 2017.
    • [Abstract] [PDF]
  4. with Patrick Dumont, Albert Falco GimenóIndriði H. Indriðason. “Pieces of the Puzzle: Coalition Formation & Preference Compatibility.” presentation @ MPSA 2017.
  5. with Roman Senninger. “What Kind of European Union Oversight Do Voters Want from Parties?” presentation @ MPSA 2017.
  6. with Markus Wagner. “Invasive Parties: Do Extreme Parties Lead Public Opinion?” presentation @ EPSA & APSA 2017.
  7. with Florian Foos. “Federalism and Party System Fragmentation: On the Unintended Consequences of Increasing Decentralization.” presentation @ EPSA 2017.

Ongoing Projects

  • with Florian Foos, Sarah Cohen, Gidon Cohen, Patrick M. Kuhn, Kyriaki Nanou, Nick Visalvanich & Nick Vivyan. “Seeking the Personal Vote: How Legislators Exploit the Party Line.” funded by British Academy Small Research Grant (2017-2019). presentation @ MPSA 2017.
  • with Tobias Rommel. “The Economic Costs of Revolution.”
  • with Florian Foos. “When the Sun stopped shining: Identifying the effects of right-wing media consumption on public opinion towards immigration.”
  • with Thomas Willi. “Understanding Government Coalitions as Networks: Family Ties, Divorces & New Engagements.”
  • “How Political Protest Diffuses: Geography, Turnout & Organization.”
  • “Invasive Parties” book project
    • with Florian Foos. “Invasive parties: How credible extreme parties affect mainstream parties’ positions.” presentation @ MPSA 2017.
    • with Markus Wagner. “Invasive Parties: Do Extreme Parties Lead Public Opinion?” presentation @ EPSA & APSA 2017.
    • “Invasive Parties: When and Where Do New Parties Come From?”
    • “How Invasive Parties Influence the Political Agenda”

PhD Thesis

Does Protest Matter? Parties’ Rhetorical Reactions to Protesters’ Claims

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