I have received a SNSF Ambizione Grant for my project “Regional inequality and the political geography of EU support”. The grant will allow me to research this topic over the next four years, providing generous funding and the possibility to employ a PhD student.
Comment in The Economist
The economist has printed my recent comment on their piece “the satisfaction paradox“.
Paper on estimation of subnational public opinion across the EU accepted at PSRM
My recent work with Jana Lipps on estimation strategies for regional public opinions across Europe as been accepted at Political Science Research & Methods. A pre-print and replication material are coming soon.
Paper on democratic effects of Eurozone bailouts conditionally accepted at EUP
My recent work with Frank Schimmelfennig on the adverse effects of Eurozone bailouts on democracy has been conditionally accepted at European Union Politics. Online version and replication material will be available soon.
New Paper at Swiss Political Science Review
My paper “Politically alienated through low-wage work? Evidence from panel data” has been accepted at Swiss Political Science Review. It uses Swiss household panel data to investigate how low-wage work spells erode citizens’ support for democracy.
ECSA Suisse Best Paper Award 2018
My recent article in the Journal of European Public Policy has been selected for the best paper award (2018) by ECSA Suisse.
New paper on European redistribution and Eurosceptic voting
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.
New EUROPP blog post on vote buying with EU funds
Together with Lisa Dellmuth, I have published a blog post on EUROPP summarizing findings from our recent research.
Spiegel Online Article
A recent paper with Patrick Emmenegger and Paul Marx has been covered by German news outlet Spiegel Online.
New Paper at Acta Politica
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