My paper on European redistribution and Eurosceptic voting has been accepted at the Journal of European Public Policy. It demonstrates how the effect of EU funding on Eurosceptic voting varies across regional wealth.
Together with Lisa Dellmuth, I have published a blog post on EUROPP summarizing findings from our recent research.
A recent paper with Patrick Emmenegger and Paul Marx has been covered by German news outlet Spiegel Online.
My recent paper at Acta Politica uses Dutch panel data and mediation analysis to investigate whether and how temporary employment nurtures feelings of political alienation: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1057/s41269-016-0037-6
My article in the Journal of Politics, co-authored with Patrick Emmengger and Paul Marx, got now published online.
Research with Patrick Emmenegger and Paul Marx has been accepted for publication at the Journal of Politics. The article with the title “Off to a Bad Start: unemployment and political interest during early adulthood” demonstrates how unemployment at the time of labor market entrance has long term consequences for political involvement.
A new paper on the allocation of EU structural funds, co-authored with Lisa Dellmuth and Michael Stoffel, has been accepted at the Journal of Common Market Studies. Here we expand our research on the county-level allocation of EU funding towards a comparative perspective, taking into account the effects of electoral institutions.
My recent paper with Patrick Emmenegger and Paul Marx is now available online!
My paper co-authored with Patrick Emmenegger and Paul Marx, entitled “Labour market disadvantage, political orientations and voting: How adverse labour market experiences translate into electoral behavior”, has been accepted for publication in Socio-Economic Review!
Here we use mediation analysis to analyze how the temporal accumulation of different adverse labor market experiences (unemployment, low-wage work…) impacts on voters’ external efficacy and preferences for redistribution . This then is shown to be systematically related to people’s propensity to vote for radical left or right wing parties.