Journal Articles

  1. Schraff, Dominik. 2020. Is the member states’ curse the EU’s blessing? Inequality and EU regime evaluation. Journal of Common Market Studies, Online First.
  2. Lipps, Jana and Dominik Schraff. 2019. Estimating subnational preferences across the European Union. Political Science Research & Methods, Online First. Replication Material
  3. Schraff, Dominik and Frank Schimmelfennig. 2019. Eurozone Bailouts and National Democracy: Detachment or Resilience? European Union Politics, 20(3): 361-383. Replication Material
  4. Schraff, Dominik. 2019. Regional redistribution and Eurosceptic voting. Journal of European Public Policy, 26(1): 83-105. Replication Material
  5. Schraff, Dominik. 2019. Politically alienated through low-wage work? Evidence from panel data. Swiss Political Science Review, 25(1): 19-39.
  6. Schraff, Dominik. 2018. Labor market disadvantage and political alienation: a longitudinal perspective on the heterogeneous risk in temporary employment. Acta Politica, 53(1): 48-67.
  7. Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff. 2017. Gescheiterte Berufseinstiege und politische Sozialisation. Eine Längsschnittstudie zur Wirkung früher Arbeitslosigkeit auf politisches Interesse. Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 46(3): 201-2018.
  8. Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff. 2017. Off to a Bad Start: Unemployment and Political Interest during early Adulthood. The Journal of Politics, 79(1): 315-328. Replication Material. (PDF)
  9. Dellmuth, Lisa M., Schraff, Dominik and Michael F. Stoffel. 2017. Distributive Politics, Electoral Institutions, and European Structural and Investment Funding: Evidence from Italy and France. Journal of Common Market Studies, 55(2): 275-293. Replication Material.
  10. Emmenegger, Patrick, Marx, Paul and Dominik Schraff. 2015. Labour market disadvantage, political orientations and voting: How adverse labour market experiences translate into electoral behaviour. Socio-Economic Review 13(2): 189-213. (PDF)
  11. Schraff, Dominik. 2014. Buying Turnout or Rewarding Loyalists? Electoral Mobilization and Structural Funding in the German Länder. European Union Politics 15(2): 277288. Replication Material [when using the replication data please always cite the authors who compiled the original dataset, Dellmuth and Stoffel 2012]. (PDF)

Other Publications

  • Schimmelfennig, Frank and Dominik Schraff. 2020. Does differentiated integration strengthen the democratic legitimacy of the EU? : evidence from the 2015 Danish opt-out referendum. Working Paper, EUI RSCAS, 2020/11, European Governance and Politics Program.
  • Schimmelfennig, Frank and Dominik Schraff. 2020. Light at the end of the tunnel: Eurozone bailouts and satisfaction with democracy. In: Careja, R., Emmenegger, P., and Nathalie Giger (eds). The European Social Model under Pressure, pp.555-566.
  • Emmenegger, Patrick, Dominik Schraff and André Walter. 2014. “QCA, the Truth Table Analysis and Large-N Survey Data: The Benefits of Calibration and the Importance of Robustness Tests”. COMPASSS WP Series 2014-79. Download.

Ongoing Projects

  • Inequality and public support for European integration
  • The political geography of EU support
  • Asymmetric ratification standards and popular perceptions of legitimacy
  • Electoral mobilization and voting for the Eurosceptic, radical right

Conference Participation

  • EPSA 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
  • MPSA 2017, 2018
  • SVPW 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
  • ECPR 2014, 2018
  • 3rd International ESS Conference 2016
  • ECSA Suisse 2015 & 2018
  • CES 2015
  • 8th International Conference of Panel Data Users in Switzerland 2015
  • PEIO 2015, 2019
  • QCA Expert Workshop Zurich 2013, 2015
  • PSA Comparative European Politics 2013